Woodinville: 

LARCENY, AUTO PARTS –

18600 BLK 142ND AVE NE – Catalytic converter theft from box truck.

FRAUD-

14000 BLK NE WOODINVILLE DUVALL ROAD – Victim left her wallet behind at a business. At some point, unknown suspect(s) got ahold of her wallet and used her credit cards to purchase multiple items at various businesses throughout the area.

LARCENY, TAKEN FROM AUTO –

13700 BLK NE 175TH ST – Unknown suspect(s) smashed window out of vehicle and stole the victim's Lacrosse backpack filled with equipment.

MENTAL COMPLAINTS –

18100 BLK 142ND AVE NE – Deputies responded to a victim experiencing mental health issues, including screaming and yelling with her mother. The victim stated that she had been contemplating suicide and was transported to the hospital for treatment. 

BURGLARY, RESIDENTIAL –

13200 BLK NE 183RD ST – Deputies were dispatched to investigate a report of a residential burglary that had occurred sometime between April 24 and 26. Victim states the theft of skis and poles may have occurred when his garage door was left open.

LARCENY, AUTO PARTS –

13900 BLK NE NORTH WOODINVILLE WAY – theft of two catalytic converters from two vehicles parked in business lot overnight.

ASSAULT-

17100 BLK 133RD AVE NE – Deputies responded to a robbery that had just occurred. According to the victim, he was “jumped” by two males known to him and assaulted. This is an open and active investigation.

 LARCENY, AUTO PARTS –

18800 BLK 139TH AVE NE – Unknown suspect(s) stole five catalytic converters from vehicles belonging to this business. 

LARCENY, SHOP LIFT –

17600 BLK GARDEN WAY NE – Suspect arrested and charged with shoplift from business. 

TRESPASS –

13900 BLK NE 178TH PL –Adult subject known to police with significant mental health and substance abuse concerns was trespassed from business after exhibiting aggressive behavior towards staff and customers. Unconfirmed warrant out of Seattle. Released to parents.

LARCENY, AUTO PARTS –

17800 BLK GARDEN WAY NE – Unknown suspect(s) stole catalytic converter from victim’s vehicle. 

MAIL THEFT –

15300 BLK NE 204TH ST – Unknown female stole package off front porch.

 

BOTHELL

CRIMINAL TRESPASS & OSA WARRANT –

WALGREENS: On April 22 at 11:25 a.m.,an officer stopped a vehicle after he checked the vehicle’s license plate and saw the registration expired in 2020, but there was a 2021 tab observed on the plate. The officer discovered the driver had multiple warrants out of Seattle PD totaling $50,000 in bail. The officer also learned the 2021 tab did not belong to this vehicle. The driver was arrested on his confirmed warrants and transported to jail.

ASSAULT ON OFFICER & TRESPASS – 

EXTENDED STAY: On April 22 around 11:21 p.m., officers were patrolling the parking lot when they were flagged down by a woman requesting their assistance. The woman said she had rented a room and had only used the room for 20 minutes. She wanted a refund but the hotel staff refused. She became belligerent and the hotel staff eventually requested she be trespassed. She walked to the other side of the road but was unable to secure a ride home; she returned to the hotel property and asked the officers to arrest her. They complied. A short scuffle ensued and she was placed into a patrol car where she began thrashing about. Concerned for her safety, an officer attempted to calm her by talking through the patrol car’s window. The arrestee spat on the officer’s face and into her eye. The woman was booked into jail.

SUICIDE ATTEMPT –

SR 527 SE Overpass over I-405: On April 22, around 8:47 a.m., dispatch received a 911 call from a passing motorist who reported that a male was putting his foot upon and over the railing of the bridge as the motorist passed by. Officers responded to the scene and were able to contact the subject who admitted he was depressed and was attempting suicide by jumping off the overpass bridge. Bothell Fire and EMS and AMR were requested to the scene and the subject was transported to the hospital.

DUCKLING RESCUE –

BOTHELL CITY HALL: On April 21, at 11:43 a.m., Bothell Fire Department reported a mother duck who was with her ducklings stuck in the fountain outside of City Hill. They had placed a sandwich board in the water in hopes they could climb out. Animal Control responded along with three student officers. The ducklings were removed with a net in one swoop and placed in the grass nearby with the mother duck.

 

 

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