WOODINVILLE: 

VANDALISM –

13300 BLK NE 171ST – Victim reported that unknown suspect(s) had attempted to steal his catalytic converter.

MENTAL HEALTH –

17800 BLK 140TH AVE NE – Deputies responded to call of a male rolling around on the ground and slurring nonsensical words. Transported to the hospital for treatment.

DRUNKENESS –

12800 BLK NE 175TH ST – Deputy was on routine patrol when he observed three adult females, one of whom was lying on the pavement. Two of the women appeared intoxicated but were able to walk and speak normally. They said they had an Uber, but their third friend was “too drunk” to get into the car so the driver left. The female was laying on the ground in the rain and would not move or speak to the deputy or her friends. She was unable to maintain her balance when her friends attempted to sit her up. Aid was summoned and ultimately the woman was transported to the hospital for treatment.

 VANDALISM –

17900 BLK 142ND AVE NE Domestic dispute between brothers. One brother damaged a door, refrigerator, along with some of his personal belongings.

 

RECOVERY, STOLEN LICENSE PLATES –

14000 BLK NE 183RD ST – While checking for illegally parked cars deputies recovered stolen license plates off a parked vehicle.

 SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES –

Deputies responded to call of an intoxicated friend parked in the reporting party’s driveway creating a disturbance. Deputies arrived and determined that a crime had not been committed but gave the friend a courtesy ride home. 

SUICIDE ATTEMPT –

13300 BLK NE 171ST ST – Deputies responded to a call wherein the mother called and stated that her teenage daughter was making statements about wanting to die. Deputies determined that the daughter was intoxicated and based upon the circumstances she was transported to the hospital for treatment.

 

BOTHELL 

DOMESTIC DISPUTE –

18400 Block 104th Ave NE: On March 2 at 7:34 a.m., dispatch received a call requesting dual response from police and fire concerning a building-wide fire alarm activation. While officers were en route, there was a report of a female running up and the down the hallways of the building and believed to have pulled the fire alarm. Officers contacted this female who admitted to pulling a fire alarm "to get the police to respond" because she did not have a cell phone. Officers learned that she and her boyfriend had a domestic altercation. Management wanted the female trespassed from the premise because neither she, nor the male, were listed on the lease.  

DUI –

11700 Block NE 160th St: On March 4 at 5:19 a.m., a male subject was observed sleeping behind the wheel of a pickup truck that was parked at a local gas station. The truck was running and the brake lights were illuminated. A woman was slumped over in the passenger seat as well. Officers woke both subjects and determined the driver exhibited signs of being under the influence of narcotics and his driving status was suspended 3rd degree. Post Miranda, the man admitted to using narcotics. The man was found to be in possession of a pellet gun made to appear like a real pistol. A blood warrant was obtained and served upon the male subject. The subject was booked into jail for physical control. The female passenger was released and the vehicle was released to the registered owner.

 BURGLARY-COMMERCIAL –

9900 Block NE 180th St: On March 4 at 5:30 a.m., officers responded to an alarm call at a local business and discovered a man sitting on the floor inside the building. The male subject had forced entry through the back door. He was holding a meth pipe and had a bicycle with him in the building. The man was arrested for burglary and the drug paraphernalia was confiscated from him. He was booked into jail for burglary.

 DISTURBANCE –

22200 Block Meridian Ave S: On March 4 at 6:04 a.m., a woman reported someone shot at her and her dogs with a pellet gun while she was in her backyard. She believed someone shot at her twice, but she didn’t see anyone. She heard what sounded like a pellet gun coming from the direction of her neighbor’s fence. She wasn’t hit but believed her dog was because it kept licking its leg. Officers were aware the reporting party's dog bit the neighbor’s child the day prior. Contact was made with neighbors and it was determined that no crime occurred. 

DUI –

2000 Block Maltby Rd.:  On March 5 at 10:04 p.m., an officer observed a vehicle traveling on Maltby Road at a high rate of speed. When the officer caught up to the vehicle, a traffic stop was conducted. The driver was arrested for DUI and booked into jail.

DUI –

22000 Block SR 527 SE: An officer observed a vehicle commit multiple lane violations. He was arrested for DUI and booked into jail. 

SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCE –

9900 Block NE 185th St.: On March 7 at 4:19 a.m., officers were dispatched to a call of a suspicious male in a parking garage. The reporting party observed a male wearing all dark clothing and peering into random vehicles. Officers arrived on scene and observed a male in the parking structure near a vehicle and he attempted to walk away. He was stopped and he was found to be holding a flashlight, wearing gloves and in possession of a window punch. He had no reason to be in the garage. No vehicles had been broken into and the male was booked on possession of burglary tools.

 RECKLESS BURNING –

22600 Block SR 527 SE: On March 7 at 7:36 p.m., officers were dispatched to a call of a male lighting a fire in a shopping cart at the entrance to the property of a hotel. Officers located a male warming his hands with said fire. After an officer put out the fire with his BPD issued fire extinguisher, the male was arrested and booked into jail on reckless burning charges.

ASSAULT DV –

10300 Block Woodinville Dr.:  On March 8 around 1:34 a.m., officers responded to a rolling DV on SR 522. Officers coming into the area observed a vehicle matching the description pulled over on the side of 522. The female victim was contacted and officers learned the male suspect had just fled the area on foot. A K-9 track ensued with negative results. Approximately two hours later, the victim was called by the suspect and officers were told he had hidden in the slough. Approximately 30 minutes later, the male was extracted out of the water and taken to the hospital for hypothermia. Once released from the hospital he was booked into jail.

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