LARCENY, TAKEN FROM AUTO –
17100 BLK 133RD AVE NE: On June 12, unknown suspect(s) entered vehicle and took coins and a baseball cap. According to the victim, the vehicle had been left unlocked.
DRIVING WHILE LICENSE REVOKED/SUSPENDED –
NE North Woodinville Way and 144th Ave NE: On June 11, deputies were dispatched to a two-vehicle non-injury collision. One of the drivers was cited for having a suspended license in the 2nd degree.
BURGLARY, RESIDENTIAL, Forced entry –
On June 24, a reporting party stated that unknown suspect(s) broke into his parents’ home via the garage door. Several items were stacked near the door as if someone were preparing them to be taken out.
CRIMINAL WARRANT –
NE 175th and 131st AVE NE: On June 23, deputies were dispatched to a report of an assault that had just occurred. One of the subjects contacted was identified and deputies were notified he had two outstanding felony warrants out of Virginia Beach. The subject stated he was aware of the warrants and has been arrested multiple times but always released. The subject was transported and booked into the King County Jail as a Fugitive from Justice.
BURGLARY, COMMERCIAL –
NE 175TH AND 140TH: On June 26, an unknown suspect forced entry to drive thru window. Once inside the building the suspect encountered business workers and then fled.
INDECENT EXPOSURE –
18200 BLK 142ND AVE NE: On June 21, a reporting party stated that they had just left the hot tub and went into the building and was confronted by a nude male. The nude male made a comment but did not attempt to touch or follow.
LARCENY, BICYCLE –
4100 BLK NE 183RD ST: On June 21, Unknown suspect(s) broke locks to secured bicycle cage and stole a bicycle.
CRIMINAL TRESPASS –
13000 BLK NE 175TH ST: On June 24, suspect entered the store, went into the employee area only and filled up his water bottles. When confronted by the store manager the suspect “threatened to kick his ass." Contacted by deputies and trespassed from returning to the business.
SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCE –
15600 BLK NE WOODINVILLE DUVALL PLACE: On June 24, shortly before midnight, a deputy contacted male sitting in a service road behind the businesses. The male said he had pulled off the road to make a telephone call. The vehicle had expired tabs from 2017. The driver stated he had just gotten the vehicle running and was planning on selling it.
KIDNAPPING AND MORE –
23900 Block 41st Dr SE: On June 15, a detective met with a female resident at her home. During that meeting he determined the female had been held against her will, drugged, raped; all at gunpoint. To ensure the female did not report the crimes, the suspect took her on an attempted home invasion robbery. After the failed robbery attempt, she was eventually let go and she disclosed the crimes to a co-worker.
The suspect returned to the home to continue his attempt to win the female’s love back. Because she was at a safe-house, he turned his attention to the female’s roommate. The suspect broke the rear slider, entered the home, and kidnapped the roommate at gunpoint. The suspect drove to Mukilteo and shot at the house of the original victim’s parents; emptying an entire 30 round magazine. Still kidnapped, the roommate and suspect drove to Shoreline and shot at a different residence; 29 rounds at the second house. Finally, he ended his shooting spree after shooting nine rounds at a third house. The roommate was then dropped off at a gas station where she called 911.
228th ST SE / 35th AVE SE: On June 15, at 8:27 a.m., dispatch received a call about a suspicious person in the area. An officer located the subject and discovered he had an outstanding warrant for his arrest. The warrant was out of Everett PD for Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and Theft. This subject was taken into custody on his warrant. It was further discovered he was in possession of stolen property related to a recent motor vehicle prowl that occurred in Bothell. He was also in possession of prowling tools, counterfeit cash, and over $1,000 of suspected stolen cash.
19200 Block 120thAve NE: On June 17, around 7:18 a.m., two catalytic converters were reported stolen from the parking lot overnight. Suspects remain unidentified, no video surveillance is available.