SHOPLIFT / WARRANT ARREST  

14000 NE WOODINVILLE DUVALL RD: On Oct. 12, around 5 p.m., deputies responded to a shoplift of about $300 worth of goods from a retail store. The store had good security cameras and the deputies were able to get a description of the suspect and vehicle. Within minutes, deputies located the vehicle and suspected thief in a different parking lot in town. The suspect denied shoplifting, but was ultimately arrested for having four outstanding theft warrants from four different cities. After the arrest, an associate of the suspect located the missing items in the suspect’s bag and gave them to the deputy. The suspect was booked for misdemeanor theft charges. 

BURGLARY 

NE 183 ST: On Oct. 14, around 3:30 a.m., a suspect reportedly pried open the front door of an apartment building. The front door was damaged and needed repairs. The suspect had gained access into the building by forced entry, possibly seeking to get in to the parking garage.  

STOLEN PROPERTY RECOVERY  

NE WOODINVILLE DUVALL RD: On Oct. 15, around 11 p.m., deputies recovered a stolen electric bicycle from two people attempting to sell the bike online. The bicycle was reported stolen in Snohomish in September. Deputies returned the bike to the owner and is working with Snohomish PD to determine appropriate charging.

CATALYTIC CONVERTER THEFTS 

There have been four catalytic converter thefts over the week at various dates and locations. Detectives are continuing to investigate these thefts and are working with other police departments on the widespread catalytic converter thefts occurring in the region.

 

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