WOODINVILLE:

 LARCENY –

14500 Woodinville-Redmond RD NE, Woodinville – Between March 11–13. Two business truck’s catalytic converters were stolen from the vehicles. No suspects or video surveillance available.

BURGLARY (Commercial) –

17600 140th AVE NE, Woodinville – Between March 11 – 15. A business was broken into and several computers, laptops, and other electronic items were stolen. There are no suspects at this time and no video surveillance available.

BURGLARY (Commercial) –

17300 140th AVE NE, Woodinville – Between March 13-4, a business was broken into and cash, checks, and a laptop were stolen. There are no suspects at this time and no video surveillance available. Deputies fingerprinted areas and noted the suspect(s) most likely used gloves due to smudge-like appearance of the lifted prints. A screwdriver and pliers were submitted into evidence.

FIRE (Accidental) –

17100 133rd AVE NE, Woodinville – On March 13 at approximately 2:18 p.m., discarded smoking material was located in a garbage bag that was dropped into a dumpster. It ignited a moderate fire in the dumpster. The dumpster was under a trash chute of the building. The fire activated the automatic fire suppression system extinguishing the fire. It could not be determined which apartment unit the trash bag had come from.

THEFT –

14000 NE Woodinville-Duvall RD, Woodinville – On March 15 at approximately 6:36 p.m., two suspects entered a store and stole fragrance merchandise. Their faces were covered and they ran out in an unknown direction. Video surveillance was provided for follow up investigation.

VANDALISM –

17600 Garden Way NE, Woodinville – On March 16 at approximately 12:08 p.m., a victim parked her vehicle in the parking lot and noticed a fresh “keyed” mark on her vehicle when she returned. No suspects at this time and no video surveillance available.  

LARCENY –

18900 141st AVE NE, Woodinville –March 16 between 4 a.m.-6 p.m., victim’s catalytic converter was stolen from the vehicle. No suspects or video surveillance available. 

LARCENY –

17200 Woodinville-Redmond RD NE, Woodinville – Between March 13-16. A business truck’s catalytic converter was stolen from the vehicle. No suspects or video surveillance available.

INDECENT EXPOSURE –

15500 132nd PL NE, Woodinville – March 17, at approximately 5:41 p.m, a victim reported that a male exposed himself to her while she was jogging on the Tolt Pipeline Trail. An area check was conducted by deputies with negative results. A suspect description was provided and additional patrols were requested in the area.

 

BOTHELL 

THEFT

FRED MEYER: On March 11 at 6:27 p.m., officers responded to a theft in progress. An employee observed a male subject steal clothing. The subject was last observed riding out of the parking lot on a bike. The suspect dropped the stolen clothing when he was almost hit by a truck. Officers arrived in the area but were unable to locate the suspect. 

WARRANT

3800 Block Monte Villa: At 9 p.m. on March 12, BPD received an anonymous tip about a man with a warrant staying in a local hotel. Officers canvassed the hotels, eventually finding the man’s car parked at a hotel and confirmed he was registered to a room there. He was removed from the room and booked for a felony DOC warrant.

WARRANT 

9700 Block Ormbrek St : On March 13 at 7:30 a.m., a woman was arrested by Lynnwood PD officers on a confirmed Bothell PD no-bail warrant for Vehicle Prowl 2nd Degree. Bothell PD took custody of the woman and booked her into jail. While at the jail, it was discovered she also had an outstanding SCSO misdemeanor warrant for Theft 3rd Degree with a bail amount of $250. 

WELFARE CHECK 

9000 SR 522: At 8:18 p.m. on March 11, a RP called stating they found a female who said that she was kidnapped and dropped off there. The RP was concerned for the female’s welfare. An officer arrived and verified the female was someone well known to the PD due to prior contacts. The female reported she was lost and asked the RP for help. The female subject admitted to telling the RP she was kidnapped, but confirmed she really was not. The officer provided her a courtesy transport to her residence, and spoke with staff there.

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