16400 NE 180TH PL, Woodinville: 7/16/2021. Victim reported his unlocked vehicle was prowled overnight while it was parked in his driveway. Items were stolen out of it and the victim is working on providing police with video surveillance footage. 


12500 NE 156TH ST, Woodinville: 7/17/2021. A motorcycle was stolen overnight as it was parked on the shoulder of the roadway in front of a residence. There are no additional leads at this time. 


13600 NE 195TH ST: 7/17/2021 and on 7/22/2021. Unknown suspect(s) vandalized the public restrooms of the Woodinville Skate Park. Outdoor light fixture broken, toilet paper dispensaries were damaged, and graffiti. There are no suspects at this time and extra patrols were requested for additional area checks. 


14000 NE Woodinville-Duvall RD: 7/17/2021 at approximately 8:06 p.m. Two suspects entered a store and stole fragrance merchandise valued at $3,649.00. Video surveillance was provided and case under investigation. 


14100 NE WOODINVILLE DUVALL RD:  7/19/2021. Deputies arrested and booked an individual for an outstanding warrant. During their investigation, it was determined they shoplifted liquor from a grocery store nearby and the alcohol was returned to the store. 


13100 NE 175TH ST, Woodinville: 7/19/2021 at approximately 11:30 a.m. Victim parked her vehicle at the park and a suspect broke the vehicle’s window and stole a diaper bag out. The suspect and suspect vehicle was provided to a detective for possible follow ups. 


14600 135 CT NE, Woodinville: Between 7/17/2021 – 7/20/2021. Victim reported someone defrauded her by having her purchase $500 gift cards and providing the card info to them by phone. Loss estimated over $10,000.00. 


18200 146TH AVE NE, Woodinville: 7/21/2021. Home owner interrupted a catalytic converter theft from his truck that was parked in his driveway. Two suspects and a suspect vehicle info provided to police. 


13300 131st AVE NE, Woodinville: 7/22/2021. Single vehicle collision. Vehicle left the roadway and crashed into a tree, non-injury. Driver (single occupant) was arrested for investigation of DUI. Southbound roadway was closed for approximately 1-2 hours. 



HOLIDAY INN: On July 5, at approximately 12:49 p.m., while performing extra patrol in the Holiday Inn parking lot (SODA Zone), an officer checked the license plates on several vehicles parked in the lot.  She discovered a female associated with the vehicle that had an active City of Bothell SODA court order. The officer was able to take this female into custody, transported and booked her into jail on her confirmed court order violation. 


THE RETREAT APARTMENTS: On July 5, at 4:27 p.m., it was reported that sometime during the late night/early morning hours, unknown suspect(s) stole the victim’s vehicle.


FIVE GUYS: On July 5, at approximately 8 p.m., a reporting party reported seeing two subjects going through the clothing donation bin next to Five Guys. Dispatch received several calls on the subjects. Officers arrived and contacted the two subjects. Through their investigation it was determined there was an order between the two subjects with the female half being the respondent. She was taken into custody and booked into jail. 


19100 Block 112th Ave NE: On July 6, at 12:21 a.m., the RP reported his rear license plate was stolen sometime overnight. No suspect information. 


LITTLE CAESARS: On July 6 at 1:31 a.m., security for the property reported finding the front glass window broken out. The RP said he was in the parking lot for the last hour but didn’t notice the glass was broken until right before he called. The RP said the window could have been broken since before he arrived. Officers checked the building and surrounding area but nobody was located. The suspect(s) used a rock to break out the window. The owner was unsure what, if anything, was stolen. They will be reviewing the video surveillance.


19200 Block 127th Ave NE: On July 6, at 9:57 p.m., officers responded to a report of a physical domestic. The RP reported her grandson had assaulted his girlfriend and then left the residence. Through officers’ investigation, they learned the suspect assaulted his girlfriend by head-butting her and pushing her down. The suspect fled in a black Chevrolet Impala. Attempts to locate the suspect were unsuccessful. A charge for assault 4 DV was forwarded to PA.


PCC: On July 6, the RP reported his $10,000 sewer camera was stolen out of his truck sometime between 6:20 p.m. and 6:40 p.m. No suspect information at this time.


HOME DEPOT: On July 6, at around 6:02 p.m., a male subject was arrested for theft and trespassing at Home Depot. He was booked into jail.


214th St SE / 20th Ave SE: On July 7 at 3:23 a.m., assist to fire for a fire at a homeless encampment in the wooded area. No occupants in the encampment stayed around. There was copper wire found in the fire.


BIG 5 PARKING LOT: On July 9, at 9:35 a.m., while conducting extra patrol in the Big 5 Parking lot, officers observed a female sitting in a parked vehicle smoking meth.  Officers made contact and determined the female had an extraditable misdemeanor warrant out of Spokane. She was booked into jail for her warrant.


7900 Block SR 522: On July 10 at 2:09 a.m., a student officer observed a male subject driving a pick-up truck on SR522. This male subject had a misdemeanor warrant out of Mill Creek. The warrant was confirmed and a warrant meet was arranged so that custody of the male subject could be turned over to Mill Creek.


CANYON HILLS CHURCH: On July 10, at 9:21 a.m., dispatch was advised of Malicious Mischief that just occurred on 220th St SE near Canyon Hills Church. An officer arrived on scene and spoke with the RP who stated that she witnessed a female suspect break the window out of a parked vehicle.  The suspect, who was ranting about COVID conspiracies, was then seen walking westbound on 220th St towards Bothell-Everett Hwy.  The vehicle registered owner arrived on scene and advised that he did not wish to be a victim of a crime. The suspect was not located.


14800 Block Juanita-Woodinville Way NE: On July 11 at 8:52 a.m., officers responded to a two vehicle, non-injury, blocking collision. Through an officer’s investigation, he determined the Unit 1 driver was impaired by alcohol. She was arrested for DUI. This was her second DUI. She was booked into jail.

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