13000 NE 175 ST: On Aug. 21, at about 4:45 p.m., deputies responded to a business because a male was banging on the locked doors. The male was gone when police arrived and the staff explained that the same male had been at the business earlier in the week and threatened to shoot the staff. The staff posted his picture and recognized him again today. Deputies searched the area and did not locate the person but were able to identify him from previous contacts. 


15300 NE 204 ST: On Aug. 21, at about 11 p.m., deputies were called to investigate a domestic assault. Deputies noted injuries on both of the people involved. After interviewing a witness to the assault, deputies arrested one person. The victim was sent to the hospital for over intoxication of alcohol. The arrested person was booked at Kirkland Jail for Assault 4th Degree


15500 NE WOODINVILLE DUVALL RD: On Aug. 22, at about 2:35 p.m., a caller reported seeing a vehicle drive off the road, over a shrubbery, and on to the sidewalk, shattering its front windshield. Deputies responded and located a matching vehicle a few blocks away. The only occupant of the vehicle, who was also the owner of the vehicle, was arrested for an outstanding warrant for a domestic violence protection order violation. Woodinville Fire came to the scene to check on the arrestee's injuries. Deputies transported the arrestee to Harborview Medical Center for medical screening before booking in jail. While at the hospital, the arrestee threatened to fight hospital staff and police, spat on nurses and police after claiming to have COVID 19, yelled racial slurs at hospital staff and police, and had to be carried and restrained by multiple staff. After eight hours at Harborview, deputies were able to book the person at King County Jail for the warrant. Deputies also referred to a charge of Interference with Healthcare Facility, RCW 9A.50.020, which was filed in King County District Court. 


18800 139 AVE NE: On Aug. 25, deputies investigated a catalytic converter theft that occurred sometime over the previous night. Three work trucks parked at the location had catalytic converters cut and stolen from the vehicles. Detectives are reviewing security footage and actively investigating.


17600 GARDEN WAY NE: On Aug. 25, at about 7:30 p.m., deputies responded to a business that had stopped a person trying to steal liquor. Deputies learned the person had a warrant with Mill Creek Police. The person was issued a trespass warning from the business and deputies turned them over to Mill Creek Police.


13300 NE 171 ST: On Aug. 25, at about 8 p.m., deputies responded to calls that people were restraining a person from suicide by jumping off a balcony. Deputies safely detained the suicidal person, an 18-year-old who was also highly intoxicated. The person continued to make suicidal comments to deputies. The person was sent to Evergreen Hospital for a mental health evaluation and detox.


15900 WOODINVILLE REDMOND RD NE: On Aug. 27, at about 9 a.m., deputies were called to a mini storage unit to investigate a burglary and theft that occurred overnight. At about 9:40 p.m., the night before, three people entered the building using an access code that was provided to them by purchasing a membership online. The suspects likely used a bolt cutter to enter a mini storage unit and steal items, including a .22 caliber rifle. The business management told deputies their cameras did capture images of the suspects but they could not show them to law enforcement without a search warrant signed by a judge. Detectives will investigate.

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