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Police Beat - March 27, 2017

  • Written by City of Woodinville Police Department

LARCENY, S/L – NE 178TH PLACE
Suspect removed the safety feature from a prepaid cell phone then concealed the phone in his jacket. The suspect left the store making no attempt to pay for the concealed item. The suspect was detained by store security and the police were called. The suspect also had an outstanding theft warrant out of Marysville. He was booked into the King County Jail.
 
LARCENY, S/L – NE 178TH PLACE
Store security watched as the suspect concealed numerous electronic items into a plastic bag. The suspect attempted to leave the store without paying for the items and was detained by store security. The suspect stated that she took the items to sell to support her heroin addiction.
 
 TRESPASS- GARDEN WAY
Store staff reported that a customer was being verbally aggressive with staff and may have shoplifted. They asked that the customer be trespassed from the property.
 
VANDALISM – GARDEN WAY
The victim called 911 to report that someone had keyed his car door. In addition to keying the victim’s car the suspect left a note stating something to the effect that the victim had parked in a handicap space without proper authorization. However, the victim is indeed handicapped and had a placard in plain view.
 
DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED – NE 175TH AND 140TH AVE NE
Woodinville police stopped the vehicle and cited the driver for driving with a revoked license due to unpaid tickets.
 
 LARCENY – 140TH AVE NE
At some point the victim dropped his wallet in Woodinville. Within an hour or so of the loss the victim’s credit card was used at the Home Depot in Bothell.
 
DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED – 131ST AVE NE
Woodinville police arrested and booked a chronic offender for driving with a suspended license.
 
DISTURBANCE – GARDEN WAY NE
Reporting party called 911 and stated that a male was using vulgar language towards her and threw a cigarette into her car. According to the RP she stopped at the stop sign in the parking lot and was moving forward when a male “suddenly walked in front of her.” The RP had to hit her brakes to avoid hitting the male. The male turned and began yelling and cussing at her and used a racial slur.  The RP states that she tried to apologize but the male continued to yell at her. The male then flicked his cigarette into her car. The RP states that the male was intoxicated. When deputies arrived they contacted both parties who both told basically the same story. No one was injured and there was no damage to the RP’s vehicle. Initially, the male told deputies that he walked to the store. The deputies doubted this based upon a number of statements that the subject made that didn’t add up. The deputies ran the license plate of a car that the subject had been standing next to and it came back registered to the male. The deputies advised the male that if he attempted to leave in the car that he would be stopped and investigated for DUI. At that point, a friend of the male arrived to drive him home.
 
DRIVING WHILE LICENSE SUSPENDED – 19500 BLK 130TH AVE NE
The vehicle was stopped for driving with inoperable brake lights. The driver was cited and booked into the King County Jail for driving with a suspended license in the first degree.

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