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Police Beat - May 22, 2017

  • Written by City of Woodinville Police Department

FORGERY CHECKS – 134TH PL NE
A citizen found a forged check at the park and ride and turned it into the police.
 
SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES – 134TH PLACE NE
Per the reporting party, two day’s prior, her 4 and 5-year-old sons were playing in the park with several other neighborhood kids. At one point, the 4-year-old was heard by his 5-year-old brother shouting “get away from me”. The 5-year-old said that he saw a car driven by a female pulled over and parked on the side of the road. An older woman “grandmothers age” was in the back seat with a baby. According to the 4-year-old the “grandmother” said “hi, get in”. The car left the area.
 
THEFT, OTHER VEHICLE – VILLAGE SQ DR
According to the victim he last saw his motorcycle at about 2:00 a.m. when he went to leave he found that his motorcycle had been stolen by unknown persons. A second motorcycle stolen from Bothell was recovered about 10 yards away.
 
WELFARE CHECK – WOOD.-SNOHOMISH ROAD
Woodinville high school staff received a telephone call from a woman requesting that a student “come down and type up her will and trust”. The woman asked that this be done quickly as “people were going to harvest her organs”. The School Resource Officer was notified and he went to the woman’s residence to check on her. The woman is a current resident of a local senior center and is suffering from dementia and other mental health concerns. The woman was in good health and is being looked after.
 
CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE VIOLATION – GARDEN WAY NE
Deputies were dispatched to a welfare check. The reporting party said that “there was a female sleeping in a car and that she had been there for approximately 5 hours. “The deputies contacted the female and recognized her from past interactions. The female had an outstanding felony no bail warrant for narcotic’s violations. Deputies also recovered suspected methamphetamine and booked into the King County Jail.
 
DRUNKENESS – NE 175TH ST
Deputies responded to call of an intoxicated woman sleeping on the sidewalk after staggering in the road. Deputies contacted the woman lying on the grass. The woman smelled of intoxicants and was slurring her words. She told deputies that she had been drinking for a week straight while taking prescribed sleeping pills. She was transported to the hospital for treatment.
 
BURGLARY, COMMERCIAL – NE MILL PL
Unknown suspect(s) broke out a window sometime overnight, entered the building and removed multiple items of clothing.
 
SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCE – WOODINVILLE SNOHOMISH ROAD
Deputies contacted two men stripping copper wire. Both men have a history of drug use and both have suspended licenses. The men said that got the wire in Snohomish with the permission of the owner and were here to sell it.
 
LARCENY, SHOP LIFT – GARDEN WAY
Unknown suspect stole merchandise.
 
LARCENY, SHOP LIFT – GARDEN WAY –
Citizen observed shop-lifter and chased him from the store.
 
CRIMINAL WARRANT, MISDEMEANOR – GARDEN WAY NE
A deputy contacted a male known to him and asked the male about his girlfriend. The deputy was aware that the female had two outstanding warrants for trespass and possession of stolen property. The male told the deputy that he had “broken up with the woman and hadn’t seen her.”  As the deputy was walking away a citizen pointed to a nearby port o potty and said “she’s in there”. The woman was arrested and booked for her outstanding warrants.
 
BURGLARY, COMMERCIAL, F/E – 144TH AVE NE 
Unknown suspects forced entry into the business and stole petty cash.
 
DRUNKENESS – GARDEN WAY NE
The business called to report an intoxicated subject inside the store.  According to the reporting party the woman was in the café area of the store and refused to leave when asked. She was reportedly very intoxicated and drinking out of a clear plastic container. Based upon the deputy’s observations the woman was unable to care for herself and was subsequently transported to the hospital for treatment.

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