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Police Beat - June 26, 2017

  • Written by City of Woodinville Police Department

RECOVERED STOLEN VEHICLE-Woodinville-Duvall Road
Deputies saw two suspicious persons standing near a vehicle in a parking lot. The subjects left the area. The deputy later found that the car they were next to was stolen from a residence in Snohomish County that morning.
 
PROWLER, VEHICLE-NE 181 Street
A woman walked out to her vehicle, which was parked on the street, only to find a man sitting in the driver’s seat. The subject fled the scene.
 
LARCENY, TFB-148 Ave NE
A woman’s purse was stolen from a business.
 
LARCENY, TFB-NE 145 Street
Brewing equipment was reportedly stolen from a business.
 
CRIMINAL WARRANT, FELONY-168 Ave NE
A subject with an outstanding warrant out of Oregon was arrested.
 
VEHICLE LICENSE VIOLATION-Woodinville-Snohomish Road
Subject stopped and cited for expired license tabs, no insurance, fail to transfer title, and no valid license.
 
LARCENY, TFA-NE 183 Street
Someone broke into victim’s vehicle and stole two sets of golf clubs.
 
ASSAULT, SIMPLE-136 Ave NE
Subject was arrested and booked for DV assault.
 
RECOVERED STOLEN PROPERTY-NE 175 Street
A stolen firearm was recovered.
 
MENTAL COMPLAINT-NE 175 Street
Subject was having a mental breakdown and was transported to the hospital.
 
ANIMAL PROBLEM-Woodinville Drive
Subject reported that he was bit by a dog at a business.

SUICIDE ATTEMPT-NE 181 Street
Subject swallows a large amount of pills after making suicidal statements. Subject transported to hospital.
 
POSSESSION OF STOLEN PROPERTY-NE 178 Place
Deputies went to a store for a shoplift arrest. They looked in the suspect’s associated vehicle and found a large amount of suspected stolen property. The vehicle was impounded pending a search warrant.
 
VANDALISM-144 Ave NE:
Business had letters spray painted on it.
 

Police Beat - June 19, 2017

  • Written by City of Woodinville Police Department

CRIMINAL WARRANT, MISDEMEANOR – WOODINVILLE SNOHOMISH ROAD
Deputies responded to investigate a report of a trespass in progress. As one of the deputies was coming into the area he recognized the female in question and knew she had an outstanding warrant for DUI out of Bothell. She was taken into custody without incident.

ATTEMPTED AUTO THEFT – NE 183RD ST
Two unknown subjects seen by car after alarm went off. Later determined that unknown person(s) had attempted to break into the car.

VANDALISM – NE 175TH ST
Shortly after 2 a.m. a Woodinville deputy saw a light on in the unoccupied building. Deputies found a broken window and a door ajar. Deputies entered the building and found fast food wrappers.

MENTAL COMPLAINTS
Young woman made threats to harm herself and was transported to the hospital for treatment.

VEHICLE RECOVERY, OUTSIDE STOLEN – WOODINVILLE-DUVALL ROAD
While on routine patrol a Woodinville deputy saw a couple standing next to a car. The car was double parked and backed into a parking spot with no front license plate. The male and female kept looking at the deputy as he drove through the lot and then quickly walked out of the lot. The deputy circled around and ran the rear license plate. The license plate did not match the car. The deputy then ran the Vin number and discovered that the vehicle and car keys had been stolen from a burglary in  Snohomish  County earlier in the day. The rear license plate had been stolen from a vehicle in Edmonds. The car was impounded pending a search warrant.

VANDALISM – NE 181ST STREET
Deputies responded to a report of an attempted theft of a vehicle that had just occurred. The victim reported that she saw a male inside her vehicle in the driver’s seat and a second subject standing at the passenger door. The victim used her remote to turn on her horn following which the suspects fled on foot. The suspects broke the door handle to gain access to the vehicle. Nothing was missing and it is unclear if the suspects were attempting to steal or prowl the vehicle.

Police Beat - June 12, 2017

  • Written by City of Woodinville Police Department

DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED – NE 175TH ST
The driver was initially stopped for driving with expired tabs. A check of his license showed that it was suspended for unpaid tickets.
 
LARCENY, TAKEN FROM AUTO – 17600 GARDEN WAY NE
According to the reporting party unknown person(s) broke the club cab window to gain access to the truck. Misc. tools were stolen.
 
BURGLARY, RESIDENTIAL, FORCED ENTRY -  NE 181ST PLACE
Deputies were dispatched to a residential alarm. When they arrived, they found that unknown suspect(s) had used a pry tool to gain access to the second story apartment. When the deputies arrived the found the sliding glass door standing wide open. The bedrooms appeared to have been gone through and jewelry is missing.
 
THEFT, AUTO – WOODINVILLE-SNOHOMISH ROAD
According to the victim she parked her car and went inside a business to speak with a friend who works there. When she returned to the parking lot approximately 20 minutes later her car was gone. She does not remember if she locked the car but she did have the keys in her possession.
 
LARCENY, TAKEN FROM AUTO – WILMOT PARK
Shortly before noon a witness called 911 to report that two cars had been broken into. According to witnesses they watched as a maroon Impala, backed into one of the parking stalls. The passenger got out of the car and broke out the windows of two cars, stealing a purse from one. The men fled in the car. One of the victims’ credit cards was used within 15 minutes at a store in Kirkland. This is an open and active investigation.
 
LARCENY, SHOPLIFT – NE 178TH PLACE
Store security watched as the suspect concealed a Fitbit inside his shirt and then attempt to leave the store without paying. The suspect was cited and released.
 
STOLEN PROPERTY, POSSESSION – 140TH AVE NE
Deputies were dispatched to a disturbance in progress at the Park and Ride. Apparently two males were in a physical altercation, one male had accused the other of stealing his wallet. When the deputies arrived, they found that one male, the victim, was restraining another male, the suspect and waiting for police to arrive. Ultimately, it was discovered that the victim had forgotten his wallet on the counter at a nearby convenience store after making a purchase. The clerk mistakenly thought it belonged to the suspect and offered it to him. The suspect knowingly took the wallet and he and his friend proceeded to use the victims credit cards at various stores throughout the city. At the same time, the victim who was receiving fraud alerts on his phone, contacted one of the businesses and got a description of the suspect using his credit cards. The victim saw a male matching the description at the Park and Ride and contacted him. The suspect tried to run away but was detained by the victim until police arrived. In a search of the suspect following his arrest, the victims’ military debit card, and other identification belonging to him were recovered from the suspects pockets. This is an open and ongoing investigation.
 
CRIMINAL WARRANT, FELONY – 140TH AVE NE
Deputies arrested a male for two outstanding felony warrants, one for a narcotics violation and the other for escape. The suspect was booked into the King County jail without incident.
 
BURGLARY, COMMERCIAL, FORCED ENTRY – Woodinville Duvall Road
At approximately 0518 a witness called 911 to report that she heard breaking glass and two subjects walking away from a nearby business.
Police arrived within a minute and found that the lower window to a business had been broken out and it appears unknown suspect(s) had entered the business. Unknown at this time if anything was taken. This is an open and active investigation.
 
LARCENY, TAKEN FROM BUSINESS – 144TH AVE NE
According to the victim he captured the theft on video. The victim states that shortly before 4:00 a.m. an unknown male walked up onto his porch and stole two pair of shoes and a mirror. The suspect appeared to be on foot and was on the porch for less than one minute. The suspect is described as a white male, approx. 5’10”, 160lbs, wearing baggy blue jeans, a light-colored tank top, and black Adidas shoes.
 
LARCENY, SHOPLIFT – 140TH AVE NE
Employee’s called the police to report that four juveniles had stolen multiple items from their store and attempted to leave without paying for the concealed items. Deputies arrived and further investigation revealed that these same juveniles had stolen multiple items from the Everett Mall as well. All four juveniles were transported to the Woodinville Police Department. Three of the juveniles will be charged with theft. All four were released to their parents.

Police Beat - May 29, 2017

  • Written by City of Woodinville Police Department

MENTAL COMPLAINTS – 142ND Ave NE
Police responded to ongoing calls for police service from someone with mental health concerns.
 
THEFT, AUTO – NE 175TH ST
The victim states that he left his car parked and running while he ran inside a nearby business. When he returned just minutes later unknown suspect(s) had stolen his car.
 
VEHICLE RECOVERY, OUTSIDE – WOOD.-SNO. ROAD
While on routine patrol a Woodinville Deputy recovered a vehicle stolen from Snohomish County.
 
BURGLARY, COMMERCIAL, NON-FORCED – NE 175TH ST.
Unknown suspect(s) entered the business and stole petty cash.
 
PHYSICAL CONTROL –  NE WOODINVILLE-DUVALL ROAD
Deputies were dispatched to check the welfare of a male passed out behind the wheel of a pickup truck blocking traffic. The deputies contacted the driver who was slumped over the wheel, drooling from his mouth. In his right hand, he was grasping a can of computer duster and it appeared that he had just inhaled its contents prior to the deputies contacting him. The subject could not stand without assistance. Ultimately, the subject was arrested for investigation of physical control of a vehicle while under the influence.
 
VIOLATION OF COURT ORDERS – 140TH AVE NE
The driver was pulled over for a traffic violation and found to be driving with a suspended license. Additionally, the driver was in violation of a protection order with the passenger of the car. The driver was arrested and booked into the King County Jail.
 
THEFT, AUTO – 136TH PLACE NE
Per the victim she parked her car in the driveway in the evening. When she returned the following morning, she discovered that unknown person(s) had stolen her car. The victim thinks she locked the car.
 
BURGLARY - NE 175TH
Unknown person(s) kicked in a door to gain access to the building. Due to the disrepair of the interior it was difficult to ascertain if there was any new damage.

Police Beat - May 22, 2017

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FORGERY CHECKS – 134TH PL NE
A citizen found a forged check at the park and ride and turned it into the police.
 
SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES – 134TH PLACE NE
Per the reporting party, two day’s prior, her 4 and 5-year-old sons were playing in the park with several other neighborhood kids. At one point, the 4-year-old was heard by his 5-year-old brother shouting “get away from me”. The 5-year-old said that he saw a car driven by a female pulled over and parked on the side of the road. An older woman “grandmothers age” was in the back seat with a baby. According to the 4-year-old the “grandmother” said “hi, get in”. The car left the area.
 
THEFT, OTHER VEHICLE – VILLAGE SQ DR
According to the victim he last saw his motorcycle at about 2:00 a.m. when he went to leave he found that his motorcycle had been stolen by unknown persons. A second motorcycle stolen from Bothell was recovered about 10 yards away.
 
WELFARE CHECK – WOOD.-SNOHOMISH ROAD
Woodinville high school staff received a telephone call from a woman requesting that a student “come down and type up her will and trust”. The woman asked that this be done quickly as “people were going to harvest her organs”. The School Resource Officer was notified and he went to the woman’s residence to check on her. The woman is a current resident of a local senior center and is suffering from dementia and other mental health concerns. The woman was in good health and is being looked after.
 
CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE VIOLATION – GARDEN WAY NE
Deputies were dispatched to a welfare check. The reporting party said that “there was a female sleeping in a car and that she had been there for approximately 5 hours. “The deputies contacted the female and recognized her from past interactions. The female had an outstanding felony no bail warrant for narcotic’s violations. Deputies also recovered suspected methamphetamine and booked into the King County Jail.
 
DRUNKENESS – NE 175TH ST
Deputies responded to call of an intoxicated woman sleeping on the sidewalk after staggering in the road. Deputies contacted the woman lying on the grass. The woman smelled of intoxicants and was slurring her words. She told deputies that she had been drinking for a week straight while taking prescribed sleeping pills. She was transported to the hospital for treatment.
 
BURGLARY, COMMERCIAL – NE MILL PL
Unknown suspect(s) broke out a window sometime overnight, entered the building and removed multiple items of clothing.
 
SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCE – WOODINVILLE SNOHOMISH ROAD
Deputies contacted two men stripping copper wire. Both men have a history of drug use and both have suspended licenses. The men said that got the wire in Snohomish with the permission of the owner and were here to sell it.
 
LARCENY, SHOP LIFT – GARDEN WAY
Unknown suspect stole merchandise.
 
LARCENY, SHOP LIFT – GARDEN WAY –
Citizen observed shop-lifter and chased him from the store.
 
CRIMINAL WARRANT, MISDEMEANOR – GARDEN WAY NE
A deputy contacted a male known to him and asked the male about his girlfriend. The deputy was aware that the female had two outstanding warrants for trespass and possession of stolen property. The male told the deputy that he had “broken up with the woman and hadn’t seen her.”  As the deputy was walking away a citizen pointed to a nearby port o potty and said “she’s in there”. The woman was arrested and booked for her outstanding warrants.
 
BURGLARY, COMMERCIAL, F/E – 144TH AVE NE 
Unknown suspects forced entry into the business and stole petty cash.
 
DRUNKENESS – GARDEN WAY NE
The business called to report an intoxicated subject inside the store.  According to the reporting party the woman was in the café area of the store and refused to leave when asked. She was reportedly very intoxicated and drinking out of a clear plastic container. Based upon the deputy’s observations the woman was unable to care for herself and was subsequently transported to the hospital for treatment.