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WPD Police Beat Nov. 1-7

WELFARE CHECK

18100 BLK 142ND AVE N.E. Deputies were dispatched to investigate a 911 call concerning a male passed out over the steering wheel of a car. Deputies arrived and discovered the vehicle was stolen out of Burien. 

The deputies observed in plain view what appeared to be items consistent with heroin/methamphetamine use. Additionally, once the suspect was awake, he began to argue with the deputies. 

Ultimately, the suspect was taken into custody. At one point, as one of the deputies was looking at the VIN on the car, he noticed a handgun sticking out under the front seat. Deputies also saw suspected stolen property in the car. 

The vehicle was sealed, and a search warrant will be obtained to search it. The suspect stated that he had “swallowed about 2 grams of heroin, was transported to the hospital and ultimately booked into the King County Jail. The suspect also had an outstanding felony warrant

SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCE

13200 N.E. 175TH ST. Deputies were dispatched to investigate a report of a woman attempting to sell stolen property. Deputies arrived and following their investigation determined that the property had indeed been stolen. The woman was charged with of Possession of Stolen Property.

RESIDENTIAL BURGLARY

17900 BLK 142ND AVE N.E. Unknown suspect(s) entered via an unlocked door and stole electronics.

NON-INJURY/DUI

13800 BLK N.E. 205TH ST. Deputies responded to investigate a report of a one-car accident. When they arrived, they saw the car unoccupied and high-centered onto a retaining block. 

As they were investigating the accident a male arrived and admitted to being the driver. 

Ultimately, he was arrested for investigation of DUI and Driving with a suspended license in the second degree.

STOLEN LICENSE PLATES 

12400 BLK N.E. 171ST PL. Victim reported that unknown person(s) had removed the license plates from their car and replaced them with the license plates from another car.

ELECTRONIC THREATS

17900 BLK 140TH AVE. N.E. Theft suspect fails to appear for a scheduled appointment. When the business informs him that he will be billed for such, he made threats via electronic means.

MENTAL COMPLAINTS

13900 N.E. MILL PL. Subject involuntarily committed for making claims to harm himself. Transported to the hospital for 

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