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Police Beat - 11/28/16

  • Written by Woodinville Police Department

SUSPICIOUS PERSON – 17600 GARDEN WAY NE
Deputies responded to investigate three separate 911 calls in this area. Each time the caller, a male, reported a crime in progress. The deputies arrived and were unable to find anything out of the ordinary and were unable to locate the caller. On the third call, the deputies were contacted by a male who told them that he had been staying with a friend a few days ago. Ten thousand dollars’ worth of drugs had gone missing, and now the people who owned those drugs were “after him.” The male was unable to provide any specific information other than “dozens of people were after him.” Ultimately, deputies determined that the male had substance abuse and mental health concerns.

AUTO THEFT RECOVERY – 13300 NE 171ST ST
Deputies recovered a vehicle stolen out of the city of Seattle.

WELFARE CHECK – 18100 142ND AVE NE
Deputies responded to this location to conduct a welfare check of a female who is a chronic caller to 911, the police department and city staff concerning numerous issues. The King County Mobile Crisis Team responded and offered mental health services.

STOLEN PROPERTY, POSSESSION – 20000 163RD AVE NE
According to the reporting party, the suspect in this case was walking into the house as she was walking out. He told her that his “mother” lived there. The RP is the dog walker for the residents of the home and called the owners to confirm that the man had their permission to be there. The home owners did not know the man. When deputies arrived, the man was standing in the kitchen washing his hands. The deputies ordered him outside and he was taken into custody without issue. The male had driven up to the house in a car stolen from Everett. The man was booked into the King County Jail for a number of crimes to include two outstanding felony warrants.

LARCENY, SHOP LIFT – 13900 NE 179TH PLACE
Deputies were called to the store to investigate a report of a male who had stolen a backpack and then placed additional stolen merchandise into it. He attempted to leave the store without paying and was stopped by store security. The suspect was cited and released for the theft and trespassed from the business.

LARCENY, TAKEN FROM AUTO – 17600 GARDEN WAY NE
The victim parked and locked her car at 3:00 in the afternoon and went to a movie. When she returned a few hours later unknown suspect(s) had gained entry to her car and removed a tote bag filled with personal belongings to include cash, credit cards, etc.

LARCENY, TAKEN FROM BUSINESS – 14200 NE 171ST ST.
According to the victim he met a friend than he had met three years ago in Seattle walking in Woodinville. The friend looked “cold” so the victim invited him to stay at his home overnight. When the victim awoke the following morning he discovered his cell phone missing.

COMMERCIAL BURGLARY, FORCED ENTRY – 13700 NE 175TH ST.  
According to the deputy he responded to a commercial business alarm. When he arrived he saw an open door. He also saw a window next to the door was open or broken and the metal screen behind appeared to have been evenly cut. Additional deputies from the King County Sheriff’s Office and a K-9 responded. The building was cleared and a suspect was not located. There does not appear to be any loss at this time.

TRESPASS – 14100 NE WOODINVILLE-DUVALL ROAD
Deputies responded to the business at the request of the manager who suspected a female was shoplifting. The deputies contacted the female in the parking lot. She said that she did not steal anything because an employee was following her around the store. The woman admitted that she has been arrested for shoplifting in the past. The woman’s car was jam-packed with misc. items but store employees could not confirm any loss.

CRIMINAL WARRANT, MISDEMEANOR – 12900 NE 147TH PLACE
Deputies responded to investigate a report of a verbal domestic disturbance. When they arrived they determined that no crime had been committed. The female involved did have a misdemeanor warrant out for her arrest. She was taken into custody without incident and booked into the King County Jail.

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