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Family displaced in early morning house fire

  • Written by Heather Chadwick

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Mill Creek—At 3:21 a.m. Monday morning firefighters were dispatched to a reported vehicle fire at the 15000 block of 30th Drive SE in the Mill Creek Red Cedar Neighborhood. 

Crews arrived to find a truck that was fully engulfed in flames with the fire quickly spreading to the garage and second story of the house.

Firefighters were able to quickly gain control and extinguish the fire to keep it from spreading further into the home protecting important valuables.

Two adults and two dogs were able to get out of the house with no injuries before crews arrived. Two cats were not able to be located.

There is an estimated $300,000 in damage to the home. The Snohomish County Fire Marshal is investigating the cause of the fire. Firefighters from Fire District 7 and South County Fire battled the blaze.

Members of 1-800-Board-Up assisted the family with securing their home. The American Red Cross was contacted but was unable to come due to the road conditions. The Fire 7 Foundation was able to financially assist the displaced family.

Detectives seeking information on another drive-by shooting

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At approximately 11:30 p.m. on Jan. 9, Washington State Patrol (WSP) received a 911 call from a victim stating that he had been shot while driving on SB I-5. The victim also told dispatchers that he had driven himself to the AM/PM off of S. 272nd and that he had been hit in the lower back.

When troopers arrived, they observed a male lying face down in the parking lot and being tended to by a female that was applying paper towels to his lower back. Trooper Van Cleave took over applying pressure to the victim’s back until the fire department arrived and continued treatment.

During this time, the victim stated he was traveling SB on I-5 from 200th when another vehicle fired at his vehicle around S. 240th.  He also stated that he had no information on the description of the vehicle or who the occupants were.

The victim is a 31-year-old male from Seattle and was transported to Harborview Medical Center with a non-life threatening injury.

The victim’s vehicle sustained 10 bullet holes on the left side.  The vehicle was taken to the WSP evidence storage facility to be processed for evidence.

Washington State Patrol detectives are seeking anyone that may have witnessed this shooting or observed the vehicles prior to or after the shots were fired.  Please contact Detective Vik Mauro at 425.401.7746 or by email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Woodinville Police Beat Dec. 23-Jan 5, 2020

CHILD ABUSE

17300 Blk. 133rd Ave. N.E.–Mother reported bruising of a 3-year-old daughter and possibly being shut in dark box with twin brother while visiting with father.

STORE TRESPASS

17600 Blk. Garden Way N.E.–Male trespassed from a grocery store after concealing beef jerky in a jacket and exiting the store.

FOUND PROPERTY 

13900 Blk. N.E. Mill Pl.–Target loss-prevention turned over several items from its Lost and Found.

SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES

12400 Blk. N.E. 171 St. Pl.–Documentation of e-mail contract from a respondent on an un-served protection order.

RESTAURANT BREAK-INS

13300 Blk. of N.E. 175 St.–At approximately 2:30 a.m., on Jan. 1, gained unlawful entry into two restaurants by throwing rocks through their windows. Cash was stolen, no suspects at this time.

VEHICLE THEFT

13300 Blk. of N.E. 173 St.On Jan. 2 a subject stole a victim’s car that was parked in his parking stall. The non-descript subject is seen on video walking into the complex parking area around 1:11 a.m. and the victim’s vehicle drives out shortly thereafter. No suspects at this time. 

MENTAL COMPLAINT

14500 Blk of N.E. 184 Pl.– On Jan. 2,  at around 11:10 p.m., the R/P called about an unknown subject walking around in her fenced backyard. Deputies arrived, searched the yard but found no one there. A short distance away deputies found a male walking through some heavy brush. Upon contact, the subject held a knife to his throat and threatened to kill himself. Deputies spoke to the male for several hours and convinced him to put his knife down and go in for a mental health evaluation. 

STOLEN KEYS

18600 Blk. of Woodinville- Snohomish Rd.On Jan. 4 two customers complained about having their car keys stolen from their lockers. The suspects then went to the parking lot and stole the wallets from the victim’s cars. No suspects at this time. 

WARRANT ARREST

17800 131 Ave. N.E.– On Jan. 4 at around 10 a.m., deputies met with Bothell PD who had arrested a subject on a Woodinville warrant. Deputies took custody of the subject and booked him into Kirkland Jail. 

STOLEN WALLET

14000 Blk. of N.E. Woodinville-Duvall Rd.–On Jan. 4, at around 2:30 p.m., a victim reported that her wallet was stolen from her purse while she shopped in a store. The case is currently under investigation. 

STOLEN BATTERIES

18700 Blk. of 142 Ave. N.E.In the early morning hours of Jan. 5, someone entered several work trucks that were parked on the street and stole their batteries. Suspects are unknown at this time. 

 

 

Woodinville Police Beat Dec. 15-22

WARRANT SUBJECT

13923 N.E. 175th St.—A male was contacted outside the business and was found to have a warrant for his arrest. After contacting the arresting agency from Pierce County, they declined to accept him on his arrest warrant. The subject was advised to contact the court about his warrant information and was provided information about homeless shelters and released from the scene.

VEHICLE BREAKINS

17705 130th Ave. N.E.—Victim’s driver side window was broken and a lunch box was stolen from inside. Other valuable undisturbed.

17849 Garden Way N.E.—A vehicle window was broken and several articles from inside the vehicle were stolen.

THEFT AVERTED?

14120 N.E. 200th St.—Victim was moving vehicles in his parking lot and noticed a suspicious male parking next to his truck. When the victim returned from moving a vehicle he noticed the suspicious male and the car parked next to his truck were gone. The victim stated his truck and noticed his catalytic converter had been tampered with. The victim likely interrupted the theft of his catalytic converter.

MAIL THEFT

20100 blk. 148th Ave. N.E.—Homeowner received notification from motion cameras of a suspicious male backing into his driveway and stopping at his unlocked mailbox.  Unknown if anything of value was stolen, homeowner believes only mail advertisements

STOLEN PHONES

14306 N.E. 193rd PL.—Business owner reported an unknown suspect stole six work cell phones from inside the business.

19819 136th Ave. N.E.—Student’s left a backpack unsecured in the locker room and a cell phone was stolen from inside.

SHOPLIFTING CASES

17849 Garden Way N.E.—Three subjects loaded a shopping cart with store merchandise and pushed the cart out the front of the store.

13106 N.E. 175th St.—Juvenile male stole several air fresheners from a business. He was contacted and agreed to pay for the stolen items and was trespassed from the business.

Woodinville Police Beat Dec. 6-14

CRIMINAL WARRANT

18500 blk. of 151st Ave. N.E.—A male and female were involved in a verbal altercation and called in by a passerby.  The male was found to have a warrant for his arrest and was transported to jail.  The female was transported to a nearby residence.

COMMERCIAL BURGLARY

14241 N.E. Woodinville Duvall Rd.—Unknown suspect(s) gained entry to store by cutting through the drywall of adjacent business. Cash and packages were stolen.

Fragrance SHOPLIFT

14019 N.E. Woodinville Duvall Rd.—Male suspect selected several fragrances totaling approximately $300 and exited the store without paying.  The same suspect returns later in the day stealing approximately $1,000 worth of male fragrances

PACKAGE THEFT

15700 blk. N.E. 198th St.—Several packages were stolen from the victim’s porch.

THEFT FROM AUTO

13305 N.E. 171st St.—Two males were observed taking several work tools from a flatbed truck and placing them into a silver Honda Civic. The work truck was unlocked and no forced entry was made to the victim’s vehicle.

THEFT FROM AUTO 

18600 blk. 136th AVE. N.E.—Unknown suspect(s) broke into several vehicles from several different houses. Victim’s credit cards were used at several businesses throughout King County.

STOLEN LICENSE PLATES

N.E. Woodinville Dr. / 127th PL. N.E.—Stolen license plates found on the side of the road.

FOUND PROPERTY

19819 136th AVE. N.E.—A bicycle was dropped off to Woodinville PD after impeding Teacher’s parking spaces for several months.  Bicycle was not reported as stolen.

SUSPENDED LICENSE

17400 blk. 140th Ave. N.E.—A driver was stopped for several traffic violations and found to have a suspended license as well. The driver was issued several citations.

MEDICAL INCIDENT

15900 blk. Woodinville Redmond Rd. N.E.—an 87-year-old male had a medical complication while riding his bicycle. Male was transported to the hospital.