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Police Beat - January 16, 2017

  • Written by Woodinville Weekly Staff

TRESPASS – NE WOODINVILLE DR
The manager called and said that two males were in the parking lot and did not have a reason to be there. A deputy was dispatched and identified the subjects; neither could provide a reason for hanging out in the parking lot. They were trespassed off the property at the request of the property manager.
 
ARREST, MISDEMEANOR – NE WOODINVILLE-DUVALL ROAD
A deputy contacted a male crouched down behind the retaining wall of a business. The male said he planned on spending the night there until he could take a bus to his job the following day. The male was arrested on an outstanding warrant and booked into jail.
 
LARCENY, SHOP LIFT - NE 178TH PLACE
A female was observed by store security hiding items in a bag. The female left the store failing to pay for $104.00 worth of concealed items.

WARRANT, FELONY –  NE 175TH ST
A call was made to 911 reporting a female sitting outside of a business, and she appeared “high.” The female seemed to have a hard time staying awake and kept falling over. A deputy arrived and contacted the female. Initially, she appeared to be passed out but did wake up. She provided a false name in the beginning but then gave her true information. The female had a misdemeanor warrant for theft out of Bellevue. The female said that her boyfriend was across the street at a nearby restaurant and asked that the officer give him her bag of personal belongings for safe keeping. A deputy contacted her boyfriend, but discovered that he had a felony warrant out of Bellevue. Both the male and female were arrested without incident and booked into jail.
 
VIOLATION OF THE UNIFORM CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES ACT – NE 178TH PLACE
Deputies were in the parking lot of a business in which illegal activity has been occurring. Deputies watched a vehicle pull into the parking lot and continued to watch as what they knew in their experience to be drug trafficking began to occur. Ultimately, one suspect was arrested for possession of suspected methamphetamine and booked into the King County Jail.

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