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
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.