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Woodinville Police Beat Oct. 25-31

CHILD LURING
13300 BLK NE 171st St. – High School juvenile was walking to the bus stop when they were contacted by a male in a white van. The male offered to give the juvenile a ride and when they declined, the male yelled, “get in my car!” The juvenile ran to the bus stop and entered the bus, calling their mother, who then called 911. No suspect description.
DISORDERLY CONDUCT
19819 136th Ave NE – Student interrupts multiple classrooms by pulling fire alarms and running inside several classes, jumping on tables. The student gets on the school bus to leave school but is disruptive on the school bus to the point where the school bus has to return to school and the student had to be removed by police. The student was released to his parents.
THREATS
19819 136th Ave NE – Employee with Census Bureau made vague threats after frustration with a background check and employment verification for a job fair. Employee trespassed from campus.
LARCENY/MAIL THEFT
14600 BLK NE 178th St. – Two nearby residents had mail and boxes stolen from their front porch.
LARCENY
13950 NE MILL PL – Suspect detained and issued a trespass warning after being caught stealing items. Charges submitted to the prosecutor.
14500 BLK NE 180th St. – Suspect stole male from the victim’s front porch.
RESIDENTIAL BURGLARY
17900 BLK 151st Way. – An unknown suspect entered the victim’s opened garage and rifled through the victim’s unlocked vehicle. Unknown missing items at this time.
COMMERCIAL BURGLARY
12230 NE Woodinville Dr. – Two suspects broke into a warehouse and stole multiple items. The same suspects returned a second time to steal more items the following day.
ATTEMPTED VEHICLE THEFT
19501 Woodinville Snohomish Rd. – The suspect whom stolen vehicle on September 22 returned three days later in an attempt to steal a third vehicle. Employees recognized the male and called the police. The suspect was arrested and charged for prior and current incidents.
LOST/STOLEN ITEM
19819 136th Ave NE. – The student left Electronic notepad(Kindle) inside the classroom and was unable to locate the item later. Item was not turned in to lost and found.
WARRANT
130 E Sunset Way – Subject with Woodinville Warrants was picked up from Issaquah Jail and transported to King County Jail.
17831 131st Ave NE.
Bothell PD contacted a subject with a Woodinville Police Warrant. The subject was booked into King County Jail.

 

Woodinville Police Beat Oct. 21-27

Larceny
17641 Garden Way NE – Subject stole food items, the store did not want to assist in prosecution and only wished to have subject trespassed.

Forgery
NE 160th St / 124th Ave – Subject was involved in a traffic collision and provided a fraudulently made WA DOL to the officer. The subject was arrested and later released.

Trespass
14158 NE Woodinville Duvall Rd – Store patron saw a suspicious person walking through the parking lot and looking into vehicle windows, later setting off a car alarm. Police witnessed the suspect looking into car windows and when the suspect saw police, he quickly went inside the nearby business. The suspect was later contacted inside the store and a trespass warning was issued.

Stolen Vehicle
19501 Woodinville Snohomish Rd – Four male suspects and two female suspects entered a car lot to look at a Mercedes Benz E500. One of the males asked to test drive the vehicle.
An employee gave keys to the male while the other suspect(s)distracted the salesman. The suspects enter the vehicle and attempt to drive away while another employee tried to apprehend one of the females. A suspect inside the stolen vehicle exited the car and displayed a Taser and the employee let go of the female. All suspects got into the stolen vehicle and fled via highway.

Found Property
17641 Garden Way NE – Citizen found jewelry in the store parking lot and turned over to employees in May of 2019. Store employees turned over jewelry to Police.
Woodinville Police – Wallet found while a citizen was taking a walk and turned in at Police Station. The owner was notified and returned his wallet.

Warrant
Bothell PD – Bothell Police contacted a female who had a Woodinville Police Warrant for her arrest. She was transported to Woodinville Police who later transported her to jail.

 

 

Woodinville Police Beat Oct. 15-20

  • Written by Bob Kirkpatrick

Drunkenness
Woodinville High School—Two juveniles found to be in possession of alcohol and found to be under the influence in class.

Juvenile Disturbance
Woodinville High School—Two juveniles involved in a fight.

Assault
17100 block 133rd Ave NE—Two senior living center residents were involved in an incident, resulting in an allegation of assault.
17626 140th Ave NE—Several bar patrons were involved in an argument which later resulted in a fight outside the bar.

Domestic Violence Assault
18100 142nd Ave NE—Male and female involved in a physical altercation, resulting in an injury, suspect arrested and booked into jail.
13305 NE 171st Street—Male and female involved in a physical altercation, with suspect taking a cell phone and interfering with the victim calling 911.

Neighbor Dispute
15900 block 193rd PL—Two neighbors in a dispute over property line and cameras pointed at each other’s property.

Suicide Attempt
17600 block 128th PL NE—Male subject attempted suicide but was found and helped by Police and Fire and transported to the hospital.

Vandalism
12350 NE Woodinville Drive—Unknown suspect(s) spray-painted graffiti on the side of a business.

Stolen Vehicle
14200 NE 171st Street—Vehicle was stolen from the apartment parking lot.

Theft from Auto
12410 NE 171st Court—Unknown suspect broke the back window of victim’s vehicle, stealing electronics and athletic equipment.

Larceny
13950 NE Mill PL—Theft from Target department store

Suspended License
19000 block 142nd Ave NE—Driver stopped for a traffic infraction and found to have a suspended license in the 2nd degree. The driver was arrested.

Warrant
17629 130th Ave NE—Suspicious person seen in the commercial area after all businesses were closed. The suspicious male gave a false name and was later found to have several warrants for his arrest.

Police Beat Oct. 7-14, 2019

  • Written by Woodinville PD

FAMILY DISTURBANCE
17100 BLK 131st AVE NE – Intoxicated female’s keys taken from her by a family member, resulting in a disturbance.
18800 BLK 168th Ave NE - Male and Female involved in an early morning disturbance. No injuries

SUSPENDED LICENSE/CRIMINAL WARRANT
17600 BLK 140th AVE NE – Collision investigation resulted in one driver having a warrant for their arrest and found to have a suspended license.
NE 180th ST / 132nd AVE NE – Female stopped for a traffic violation, found to have a suspended license and warrant for her arrest.

STOLEN VEHICLE
NE 201st ST / 130th AVE NE – Abandoned vehicle found on side of the roadway, found to be an unreported stolen vehicle from another jurisdiction.

VEHICLE PROWLER
12315 NE WOODINVILLE DR – Unknown suspect broke two passenger windows of a vehicle to steal irrigation equipment.

COMMERCIAL BURGLARY
2350 NE WOODINVILLE DR – Unknown suspect broke lockbox off of a door. The door found unlocked but unknown if anything missing at this time.

SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCE
14600 BLK 126th AVE NE – Male suspected burglars burglarized his home, no specific evidence found to indicate a burglary.

DESTRUCTION OF PROPERTY
16100 BLK NE 175th ST – Suspected commercial firework used to destroy steel mailbox.

FOUND PROPERTY
14030 NE 145th ST – Ring found in the parking lot of a winery.

COUNTERFEIT CURRENCY
17848 GARDEN WAY NE – Unknown female passed a counterfeit $100.00 bill and received just over $90.00 in real currency.

DRUG VIOLATION
19819 136th AVE NE – Four High School students consumed marijuana edibles at school, resulting in one juvenile going to the hospital from a possible overdose.

TABACCO VIOLATION
19819 136th AVE NE – High School Juvenile found Vaping inside the school restroom.

CIVIL, WOODINVILLE PD
Firearms turned over to PD after a court order.

 

Police Beat - September 12, 2019

  • Written by City of Woodinville Police Dept.

DUI
16000 BLK NE WOODINVILLE DUVALL ROAD – Deputies were investigating a four-car accident. One of the deputies was stopped in traffic in route to the accident. He noticed a vehicle passing him on the right almost hitting the patrol car. The deputy pulled in behind the car and activated his overhead emergency lights.

The suspect vehicle continued to drive for approximately eight blocks swerving in and out of the lane. The car slowed to almost a crawl for traffic due to the accident. At one point, the deputy fearing another accident put his car in park and approached the suspect vehicle. He identified himself and directed the driver to put the car in park.

The driver was looking was looking at the floor board and did not respond to the deputy’s command. The deputy reached in and placed the car in park and turned off the ignition. Ultimately the driver was arrested and booked into the King County Jail for suspicion of driving under the influence.

BURGLARY, RESIDENTIAL
13300 BLK NE 190TH PL – According to the victims they were in the process of moving into the home. Sometime overnight unknown suspect(s) entered the unoccupied home and stole several items.

SHOPLIFT
13900 BLK NE MILL PL – Female arrested for concealing items and attempting to leave the store without paying. Shoplifter cited and released for attempting to leave store with stolen goods.

VEHICLE THEFT
12300 BLK NE WOODINVILLE DR – Victim reports his motorcycle was stolen during the early morning hours.

ABANDONED VEHICLE
13400 BLK NE 173RD ST – WPD impounded an abandoned vehicle. A firearm was recovered in the glove box by the tow company and turned over to the police.

FOUND PROPERTY
14100 NE WOODINVILLE-DUVALL ROAD – Black air-soft pistol found in donation bin.