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Police Beat - 11/07/16

  • Written by Woodinville Police Department

FORGERY, PRESCRIPTION – 17000 140TH AVE NE
The suspect in this case provided a prescription to be filled. When the pharmacy contacted the doctor for verification they discovered that the suspect had changed the prescription to increase the amount of the prescription. This is an active investigation.

TRESPASS – 13900 NE 178TH PLACE
The police were dispatched to investigate a report of a disturbance. The police went to the electronics section where they were told a white male wearing an orange sweatshirt and pajama bottoms was acting erratically. The deputies asked the male to walk toward the store entrance which he did. As they were walking the deputies noticed that the male kept putting his hands in his front sweatshirt pocket. The deputies asked the suspect if they could frisk him and the suspect agreed. The deputies recovered numerous objects from the Target store that the suspect had removed the tags and concealed in his pockets. The male was formally trespassed from the store.

ATTEMPTING TO ELUDE – 17700 BLK 140THE AVE NE
A Woodinville deputy was driving through the Metro Park and Ride in his patrol car when he noticed a sport style motorcycle driving NB on 140th Ave NE. The posted speed is 25 MPH. The deputy estimated the speed at 45MPH to 55 MPH. The deputy exited the Park and Ride and drove after the speeding motorcycle in an attempt to stop it. The deputy caught up to the motorcycle in the 2000 block of the Woodinville Snohomish Road. The motorcycle was following a sedan too closely. The deputy activated his emergency lights at which point the sedan pulled over but the motorcycle took off at a high rate of speed toward Snohomish.

MENTAL COMPLAINTS – 13700 NE 175TH ST.
Woodinville police responded to investigate a report of identity theft. When the deputies arrived they met with a woman who told them that she wanted “political asylum,” and that someone had stolen her identity that day. The female refused to provide her name, or provide any information about who had stolen her identity. She stated that she wanted police protection. The woman also said that someone had tried to “kill her” but again she would not provide any additional information. The deputies told the woman that they needed additional information if they were to help her. She told them she would not provide any additional information, but felt she was unsafe, and she had been walking the streets for a couple of days. The woman went on to tell the deputies that she would become violent with persons if left on her own. The woman was taken to the hospital for treatment.

VEHICLE RECOVERY, OUTSIDE STOLEN – 13900 NE MILL PL
Woodinville police deputies heard a broadcast concerning a stolen car from Kirkland. The dispatcher stated that the victim’s credit cards had been used in Woodinville approximately one hour prior. Deputies recovered the stolen car in the north parking lot of the store.

UNLAWFUL POSSESSION OF A FIREARM – 17600 GARDEN WAY NE
Deputies responded to the cinemas to investigate a report of a found firearm. The manager stated that a customer had found the handgun in the men’s room.
While the officer was investigating the owner of the handgun returned. His concealed weapons permit expired in 2013. He stated that he forgot the firearm in the restroom. He was cited for carrying the firearm without a CPL.

ACCIDENT, INJURY – 15400 124TH AVE NE
The victim, a 7-year-old boy, attempted to cross 124th Ave NE. from west to east. He was crossing with his 10-year-old brother. They were not using a crosswalk. The driver was northbound and did not see the boys run across the travel portion of the road. The 10-year-old made it across the street safety but the 7-year-old boy was hit by the oncoming vehicle; the boy suffered serious injuries and was transported to the hospital for treatment. The King County Sheriff’s Office MAR Unit responded to investigate the accident. It does not appear drugs or alcohol were a factor.

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