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Police Beat - 11/14/16

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

TRESPASS – 14100 NE WOODINVILLE-DUVALL ROAD
Deputies were called to investigate a report of a disturbance involving three customers. The issue was resolved by the deputies and a trespass warning was given.

THREATS, BY PHONE – 17700 GARDEN WAY NE
A customer became upset with the manager when he purchased an item and it didn’t work the way he was told it would. The item was originally purchased at a store in Pierce County. The customer called the business customer service number and reportedly threatened bodily harm to the “Manager.” It was unclear which manager he was referring to. Regardless, the Woodinville deputy was able to contact the customer who assured the deputy that while he was angry he had no intention of harming anyone.

MENTAL COMPLAINTS – 14200 NE 181 PL
The victim is suffering from depression and talking about taking his life. The victim was transported to the hospital for evaluation and treatment.

SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCE – 13300 NE 175TH ST
Deputies responded to the area to investigate a report of a male kicking a female. When the deputies arrived they contacted two males inside a van. According to the two, one of the males was trying to help the other into the van. Unfortunately, one of the males was heavily intoxicated and could not get into the van unassisted and fell to the ground, injuring his face. Aid was called and determined that the injuries were minor. According to both men, no one was assaulted.

WELFARE STATUS – 18000 132ND AVE NE
Deputies responded to a report of a male walking in the roadway, wearing a white shirt and pajama bottoms. The male was waving at traffic. When the deputy arrived he saw a male matching the description and stopped his patrol car in the roadway. The deputy asked the male to get out of the roadway and onto the sidewalk. The male appeared to have difficulty understanding the deputy’s request, but eventually he moved onto the sidewalk. The male was unable to provide his name or any specific information. Based upon the male’s behavior he was transported to the hospital for evaluation.

MENTAL COMPLAINTS – 12900 NE 147TH PL
Deputies responded to a report of a possible domestic violence report. When they arrived they spoke with the boyfriend of the victim who told deputies that his girlfriend was very upset, crying and depressed. The deputies contact the victim a short distance away from the residence. She admitted to being depressed and was visibly upset. The victim went on to tell the deputies that she was feeling like she wanted to harm herself.
She was transported to the hospital for evaluation/treatment.

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