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Police Beat - 9/4/17

  • Written by City of Woodinville Police Department

VEHICLE RECOVERY, OUTSIDE STOLEN – NE 156TH
Deputies recovered a vehicle stolen out of Everett. Unknown suspect(s) spray painted the wheels and replaced license plates with stolen plates from a similar vehicle.
 
CIVIL PROBLEM – 168TH AVE
Deputies were called to deal with a camper reportedly not following the rules. Staff was advised this is a civil issue and will need to be dealt with internally.
 
VIOLATION OF COURT ORDERS – 133RD AVE NE
According to the victim her ex-boyfriend violated the condition of a no contact order. Following his investigation, the deputy cited the ex-boyfriend for violating the order.
 
FRAUD – GARDEN WAY NE
According to the victim he left his credit card behind at the business. The female suspect found the card, told the clerk she was the victims girlfriend and made a purchase. The suspect then left the card with the clerk and left the store. The victim has no idea who the suspect is and did not give anyone permission to use his card.
 
PROWLER, VEHICLE – 142ND AVE NE
Over the past few nights’ unknown suspect(s) have stolen propane tanks from under the barbecues from victim’s patios. Additionally, there have been a number of car prowls in the parking lot.
 
BURGLARY, RESIDENTIAL, NON-FORCED ENTRY – 156TH AVE NE
Unknown suspect(s) appear to have entered via a partially opened or unlocked ground floor window. Suspect(s) stole items and fled via the front door.
 
TRESPASS CRIMINAL WARRANT, MISDEMEANOR – 141ST AVE NE
The reporting party called 911 to report that his security system alerted him to two people moving around his business on the exterior of the building. Deputies arrived and found damage to a business vehicle, inside they found a male and female sleeping on a mattress. According to the pair, they pulled over to sleep, found the door to the business vehicle unlocked, moved a mattress they found on the side of the road into the trailer and went to sleep.  Both denied damaging the lock to the vehicle. The male was booked into jail on an outstanding warrant.
 
LARCENY, PICK POCKET – GARDEN WAY NE
According to the victim she was seated in the outdoor patio area.  Her wallet and car keys on the table in front of her. The unknown suspect ran past, grabbed her wallet and kept running. The suspect is described as a white male, early 20’s, about 5’6”, thin, wearing a beanie cap. He was last seen getting into a 90’s silver Honda Civic type vehicle with a taped-on driver’s side mirror.
 
CRIMINAL WARRANT, MISDEMEANOR – 175TH ST
 Employees of the business called 911 to request a deputy trespass a subject from their business. Deputies arrived and found that the subject had a no bail warrant out of Bellingham. The suspect was arrested without incident and booked into jail.
 
CRIMINAL WARRANT, MISDEMEANOR – 140TH AVE
A deputy recognized a woman driving her car from a prior contact with her. He knew that she did not have a driver’s license. A check showed she had an outstanding warrant for her arrest. She was taken into custody without incident and booked into jail.
 
THEFT, AUTO – 131ST AVE NE
According to the victim sometime between August 26 and 27, unknown suspect(s) stole his 1994 Honda Civic. When the victim called 911 to report the theft, he was told that the Lake Forest Park Police Department had impounded his car onAugust 26, because it was left in a travel lane in the 15700 block of Bothell Way N.E.
 
MENTAL COMPLAINTS – WOODINVILLE-SNOHOMISH ROAD
Deputies were dispatched to investigate a call of a female standing in the intersection yelling and waiving at traffic. When the deputy arrived, the woman was taking pieces of clothing from her backpack and placing the items in front of vehicles as they tried to pass. The traffic was heavy and the drivers had to slam on their breaks to avoid the woman. The deputy escorted the woman to the side of the road. The woman was laughing and singing. She had her fists clinched with items in her hands. She was holding a lighter, a marble and a rolled-up piece of foil. Inside the foil was what the deputy recognized in his training and experience to be suspected rock cocaine. The woman did not know what city she was in, had a cast on her arm, but could not tell the deputy how she injured the arm, nor could she walk any distance under her own power. The woman was transported via ambulance to the hospital for treatment.

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