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Police Beat - November 26, 2018

  • Written by City of Woodinville Police Department
CAR PROWL, 133RD AVE NE
Passenger front window broken and purse taken from car parked at the soccer fields.
 
THREATS, 136TH AVE NE
Student made threats to harm other students with knives and guns.  Reported by fellow students.  No access to weapons, however previous history of threats.  Released to parents.
 
TRESPASS, 132ND AVE NE
Female trespassed from bank at manager’s request after causing repeated disturbances.
 
ATTEMPTED LARCENY, NE MILL PL
Male trespassed from business after being observed by store security cutting security tags off electronics with needle nose scissors.
 
HARASSMENT, 168TH AVE NE
Student used fake profile to harass another student using his picture on Instagram.
 
SHOPLIFT, NE MILL PL
Male placed three bottles of alcohol in reusable shopping bag and left store without paying.  Suspect had two outstanding warrants from local agencies who declined him due to the fact that he is detoxing from heroin.
 
SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES, 164TH AVE NE
Yard and neighborhood checked after female reported hearing people on her back porch at night.
 
TRESPASS, NE 183RD ST
Former evicted female resident cited for trespass after being found on property.
 
MISDEMEANOR CRIMINAL WARRANT, 142ND AVE NE
Male arrested and turned over to Kirkland PD on an outstanding warrant after being seen/recognized by officers.
 
ANIMAL PROBLEM, NE 175TH ST
Female reported being bitten by a dog but was uncooperative about dog and owner as it was a friend.  Victim was intoxicated and originally claimed to have fallen.  Victim eventually transported to Evergreen Hospital at her request for a panic attack.
 
FOUND PROPERTY, NE 186TH ST
Shotgun confiscated and placed into evidence after report of it behind mailboxes.  Owner was identified, lives in eastern WA and had no idea why it would be in Woodinville…investigation continues.
 
CAR PROWL, GARDEN WAY NE
Bicycle taken from bike rack attached to vehicle while owner was in store and son was in the vehicle.  Bike was one of three on the rack but first to come off by cutting straps.

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