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Woodinville Police Beat May 2-May4

VEHICLE THEFT #1

19500 BLOCK OF WOODINVILLE-SNOHOMISH RD: On May 2, unknown suspects broke into a closed business and accessed keys to vehicles onsite. One vehicle was stolen from the business and a previously reported stolen vehicle from Seattle was found abandoned nearby. 

WARRANT ARREST 

13100 BLOCK OF NE 175 ST: On May 3, a male was standing in the road attempting to stop vehicles. When deputies arrived, the male fled on foot. After following the male for several blocks, he was stopped by officers and determined to have a warrant for theft.

VEHICLE THEFT #2

 13100 BLOCK OF NE 195 STREET: On May 4, a vehicle was stolen and recovered a short distance away after being tracked remotely.

FELONY THEFT 

13900 BLOCK OF NE MILL PL: On May 4, deputies investigated a theft of $1,300 worth of baby formula. Suspect identified by detectives and charges recommended for felony theft.

VEHICLE THEFT # 3 

18700 BLOCK OF 144 AVE NE: On May 4, tools were taken from a vehicle. Possible suspect info captured on a doorbell camera. Detectives investigating.

Woodinville Police Beat April 24-29

DRIVING WHILE SUSPENDED

13500 BLOCK OF NE 175 STREET: On April 24, at approximately 8:39 p.m., deputies contacted the driver of a vehicle for a traffic violation. The driver was subsequently cited for driving with a suspended license.

LARCENY #1

14000 BLOCK OF NE WOODINVILLE-DUVALL ROAD: On April 25, at approximately 2:45 p.m., deputies were called to a business for a couple of subjects stealing alcohol. The suspects had driven away before deputies arrived. The suspect vehicle was found shortly thereafter driving nearby. Two people from the vehicle were arrested and the property recovered. 

WELFARE CHECK

13300 BLOCK OF NE 171 STREET: On April 26, at around 2:56 p.m., deputies were called to check the welfare of a female teenager. Her mother had reported that the teenager tried to overdose on prescription medication. The teenager said that the previous night she took some of her mother's prescription pills along with her pet's deworming medication to get high. The teenager said she immediately made herself vomit and then went to bed. The teenager said she was not trying to harm herself and was not taken to the hospital.

GRAFFITI VANDALISM 

15200 BLOCK OF 124 AVE NE: On April 27, at approximately 1:16 p.m., deputies were called to take a vandalism report. During the night, someone had spray-painted graffiti on several signs in the area.

LARCENY #2

14000 BLOCK OF NE 190 STREET: On APRIL 27, at approximately 1:18 p.m., deputies were called to take a report of several vehicles broken into at a business.

SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES

17100 BLOCK OF 133 AVE NE: On April 28, at around 1:20 a.m., deputies were called to a disturbance. The victim said that she was awakened by a loud pounding on her front door. Deputies arrived and did not find anyone outside the apartment. The victim feels that she is being harassed by her ex-husband or his associates.

SUSPENDED LICENSE

18600 BLOCK OF WOODINVILLE-SNOHOMISH ROAD: On April 29, at around 1:17 a.m., deputies stopped a vehicle for a speed violation. Deputies found that the driver had a suspended driving status. The driver was cited in the investigation.

MAIL THEFT

13400 BLOCK OF NE 193 PLACE: On April 29, at around 11:15 a.m., deputies were called to take a report where a secure mailbox was forcibly opened and mail was stolen.

PHYSICAL ASSAULT

18100 BLOCK OF 142 AVE NE: On APRIL 29, at approximately 1:53 p.m., deputies were called to a reported assault. Deputies contacted the victim who said that her ex-boyfriend assaulted her. The suspect was gone before deputies arrived and he was charged in the investigation.

Woodinville Police Beat April 17-23

MENTAL COMPLAINT 

12400 BLOCK OF NE 155 PLACE, WOODINVILLE: On April 17, at around 8:33 p.m., deputies were called to a residence for a subject threatening suicide. The person was taken to the hospital for evaluation.

COMMERCIAL BURGLARY 

17500 BLOCK OF 132 AVE NE: On April 17, at approximately 10:30 p.m., deputies responded to an alarm at a business and found the front door broken out. Unknown what is missing at this time.

VEHICLE PROWL 

17600 BLOCK OF 128 PLACE NE: On April 18 at approximately 1:47 hours p.m., deputies were called to investigate a vehicle prowl. The window of a parked van was broken out. Unknown what is missing at this time.

VEHICLE PROWL # 2

14000 BLOCK OF NE 181 PLACE: On April 19 at around 12:45 p.m., deputies were called to an apartment parking lot of several subjects trying to open car doors. Subjects fled before the police arrived.

LARCENY #1

17600 BLOCK OF GARDEN WAY NE: On April 19, at about 8:40 p.m., deputies were driving near a business and saw store staff struggling with a male. Deputies contacted the group and found that the male was trying to steal alcohol from the store. The subject told deputies that he was a transient from Seattle and only came to Woodinville to steal alcohol. The subject was cited and released.

 

LARCENY #2

14000 BLOCK OF NE 181 PLACE: On April 19, at approximately 1:49 hours, deputies were called to take a report of a bicycle stolen from the owner’s ground-level porch.

ATTEMPT TO ELUDE

15700 BLOCK OF 124 AVE NE: On April 21, at around 3:11 p.m., deputies responded after a broadcast of a stolen vehicle driving around the area. Deputies located the occupied stolen vehicle and attempted to get it to stop, without success. Suspects are unknown.

MENTAL COMPLAINT #2 

19500 BLOCK OF 136 AVE NE: On April 21, at around 3:55 p.m., deputies were called to contact a young male that was texting others that he was having emotional issues. Deputies met with family members at the scene, who said they would care for him.

FRAUD

17900 BLOCK OF 146 AVE NE: On April 23, at approximately 12:30 p.m., deputies took a report of online fraud. The victim was defrauded of monies while trying to sell furniture to an online buyer.

COMMERCIAL BURGLARY #2

17200 BLOCK OF 135 AVE NE: On April 23, at approximately 12:37 p.m., deputies were called to take a report of commercial burglary. A review of the video shows a young male discovering a key box near the main office unlocked. The subject was able to remove a master key from the key box to enter the building and steal a vacuum and a laptop computer.

 

Woodinville Police Beat April 11-15

MENTAL COMPLAINT #1

17100 BLOCK OF 131 AVE NE: On April 11 at approximately 5:45 p.m., deputies were called to do a welfare check on a subject who was making suicidal threats. Subject went to the hospital for evaluation

WELFARE CHECK

14100 BLOCK OF NE 183 STREET: On April 12 at approximately 11:45 a.m., deputies were called to do a welfare check on a cancer patient who was having mental issues. Deputies arranged for a visit from Mobile Crisis Clinic counselors.

MENTAL COMPLAINT #2

17700 BLOCK OF 140 AVE NE: On April 12 at around 4:06 p.m., deputies were called to do a welfare check on a male that was apparently having some type of breakdown.  Deputies found that male wrapped in a blanket, crying, and saying he was suicidal.  Subject was taken to the hospital for evaluation.

VEHICLE THEFT

14200 BLOCK OF NE 181 PLACE: On April 13 at around 4:30 p.m., deputies contacted the victim who wanted to report that their motorcycle was stolen from their condominium complex.

  

MOTORCYCLE VANDALISM

18100 BLOCK 142 AVE NE: On April 14 at 3:03 a.m., deputies were dispatched to a vandalism. Deputies contacted the victim and found that several people were trying to remove the seat off of the victim’s motorcycle. The motorcycle seat was recovered at the scene, but the suspects were not caught. 

VEHICLE RECOVERY

13200 BLOCK OF NE 175 STREET: On April 14 at approximately 4:58 p.m., deputies investigated a suspicious vehicle and person. Initially it was found that the vehicle was reported stolen. After further investigation, deputies determined that it was more of a civil issue.

ONLINE FRAUD

18400 BLOCK OF 146 AVE NE: On April 15 at around 10:26 a.m., a victim reported that someone attempted an online fraud to access her retirement fund, without success.

 FAMILY DISTURBANCE

18800 BLOCK OF 164 AVE NE: On April 15 at approximately 10:47 a.m., deputies were called to a residence for a family disturbance. Deputies found that a male was having a mental episode. The male was taken to the hospital for evaluation.

MINOR ASSAULT

12500 BLOCK OF NE 156 STREET: On April 15 at 3:40 p.m., deputies were called to a group home to take a report of a minor assault between special needs clients, which occurred last June. 

Woodinville Police Beat April 5-9

LARCENY #1

12500 BLOCK OF NE 164 ST: On April 5, deputies took a report that overnight a firearm and ammunition were taken from an unlocked vehicle parked in the area. 

DOMESTIC ASSAULT

20200 BLOCK OF NE 149 PL: On April 6, deputies investigated a domestic assault. Suspect was identified and booked in jail. 

POSSIBLE OVERDOSE 

17800 BLOCK OF 140 AVE NE: On April 6, deputies and Woodinville Fire responded to an unconscious person on a bus at the transit center. Patient was transported by ambulance for medical attention.

VEHICLE THEFT 

13300 BLOCK OF NE 171 STREET: On April 7, deputies took a report of a vehicle stolen from an apartment complex sometime over the last 24 hours.

COMMERCIAL TRESPASS

14000 BLOCK of NE WOODINVILLE DUVALL RD: On April 8, deputies were called to a business for a person causing a disturbance. Subject was trespassed from the property.

MAIL THEFT 

17900 BLOCK OF 149 AVE NE: On April 8, an unknown suspect broke open a community mailbox bank and accessed multiple residential mailboxes.

RESIDENTIAL TRESPASS 

15300 BLOCK OF SAMMAMISH RIVER TRAIL: After receiving complaints from Woodinville residents, on April 8 and 9, Woodinville deputies located and removed an illegal encampment along the public trail. One trespasser was arrested and booked in jail for a felony warrant. Deputies worked with the property owner to prevent future encampments on this site.

WARRANT ARREST 

15500 BLOCK OF NE 173 PL: On April 9, deputies located a person sitting in a car inside a closed park. The person was arrested and booked in jail for a misdemeanor warrant. 

DISTURBANCE 

13300 BLOCK OF NE 171 STREET: On April 9, deputies handled a disturbance at a residence and located an intoxicated juvenile. The juvenile was transported by ambulance.