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Police Beat - 11/27/17

  • Written by Woodinville Police Department
Editor’s Note:  The Woodinville Police Department’s weekly report will be including a broader realm of the cases  in order to provide a more complete picture of the cases they are dealing with each week.
 
VEHICLE RECOVERY, OUTSIDE STOLEN – 19700 BLK 166TH AVE NE
Deputy recovered a car stolen from Monroe.
 
LARCENY, BIKE – 18000 BLK GARDEN WAY
Unknown suspect(s) stole bicycle from in front of a business.
 
LARCENY, TAKEN FROM AUTO – 15000 BLK WOODINVILLE REDMOND ROAD
Unknown suspect(s) broke out the front window and stole a backpack from under drivers front seat.
 
HIT AND RUN, INJURY – 14500 BLK WOODINVILLE DUVALL ROAD
A Woodinville deputy observed a vehicle drive past with sparks coming from the front driver’s side wheel. The deputy had to drive a short distance to safely turn around and lost sight of the vehicle. Within a short period of time many motorists began flashing their lights at the deputy to get his attention concerning the vehicle described above. Minutes later 911 received a call of a one car accident. Ultimately, the deputies discovered that the car in the accident had been the victim of a hit and run accident. The at fault/fleeing vehicle with the sparks coming from the front driver’s side wheel was located and arrested for Investigation of Hit and Run and DUI.
 
MENTAL COMPLAINTS
Woman calls 911 to report that she has not been taking her medication and is feeling suicidal. She was transported to the hospital for treatment.
 
VANDALISM – NE 175TH AND 132ND AVE NE
Call to 911 to report a woman had kicked over bikes in a bike rack damaging the rack. The woman is known to police and has a history of mental health and substance abuse issues. She was located and said that she was angry with her boyfriend and acted out.
CRIMINAL WARRANT, MISDEMEANOR – 14000 BLK NE 175TH ST.
Deputies responded to investigate a 911 call of a disturbance. Two males were reportedly yelling at customers in front of the business. When contacted the males said that they were smoking and someone walked back and made a negative comment about it thus the verbal disturbance. One of the males had outstanding warrants out of Lynnwood. He was arrested and booked into jail. The other male said he was on probation for residential burglary.
 
VANDALISM – 15000 WOODINVILLE REDMOND RD
Unknown suspect(s) cut all four of the victims’ tires on her car and keyed the car as well.
 
ASSAULT, AGGRAVATED – 13700 BLK NE 175TH ST
Deputies responded to the Starbucks to investigate a report of two women fighting. The suspect in this case is known to police and has a history of mental health and substance abuse concerns. The suspect walked into the Starbucks and began hitting folks as she walked past them. At one point, the suspect who was screaming attempted to remove a toddler from his stroller. The mother intervened and during the ensuing scuffle the stroller was tipped over, the suspect then reportedly kicked the child in the head. The child was not seriously injured. Some of the business patrons stepped in and tackled the suspect to the floor until police arrived. The woman was arrested and booked into jail. The suspect in this case was also involved in a vandalism earlier in the day and was also reportedly “screaming” outside a nearby apartment complex.

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