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Police Beat - February 20, 2017

  • Written by City of Woodinville Police Department

TRESPASS – WOOD-SNOHOMISH ROAD
A male suspect issued trespass warning after being found wandering in building.

LARCENY – 144TH AVE NE
Unknown suspect(s) drained oil from a vehicle in business complex.

LARCENY – NE WOOD-DUVALL ROAD
A female suspect cited after taking 4 pairs of shoes and a sweater and exiting building without attempting to pay.

LARCENY – NE WOOD-DUVALL ROAD
A female suspect was observed removing security  devices from four pairs of shoes and a pair of jeans before leaving the store without paying. When taken into custody it was discovered she had also taken a dress and jacket.

DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED – NE 175th ST
Female cited for driving with a suspended license, expired registration and failure to transfer title within 45 days.

VEHICLE PROWL – WOOD-SNOHOMISH ROAD
Unknown suspect(s) broke out vehicle’s right rear passenger window, bent the door frame and vandalized the interior. While some items were strewn about, nothing was taken, making scene appear as crime was just to do damage.

LARCENY, SHOPLIFT  – GARDEN WAY NE
A male suspect was caught taking alcohol from a business without paying.

LARCENY, SHOPLIFT – NE WOOD-DUVALL ROAD
A female suspect was observed removing security tags from purse and shoes then leaving business without paying. Suspect was taken into custody on an outstanding warrant.

SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES – 124th AVE NE
A male and female were seen by neighbors emptying furniture and bicycles from a locked storage container – it was unknown if they had permission.

SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES  – 175th AVE NE
Resident returned home to find an unknown male sitting in his silver vehicle parked deep in her driveway, directly in front of the house. When she asked him what he was doing he decided it was time to leave.

THEFT, AUTO 15300 BLK 185TH AVE NE
Vehicle taken from driveway by known suspect while owner was out of town

SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES – WOOD-SNOHOMISH ROAD
A male was arrested on a warrant after being contacted for working on his truck in a business parking lot without permission.

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