Woodinville PD | Police Blotter | April 28, 2023

May 01, 2023

1. Death Investigation – 17100 131st Ave NE – On April 16, 2023, around 2:40 a.m., deputies were called to do a welfare check on a resident who had not been heard from in over a week. After no answer at the door, a family member consented to force entry under the circumstances. The resident was found deceased inside. The on-scene investigation revealed nothing suspicious, and the King County Medical Examiner had assumed the investigation.

2. Assault – 15600 NE Wood-Duvall Rd– On April 17, 2023, a person reported being the victim of an assault at a business under suspicious circumstances earlier in the day. The case has been assigned to a detective for investigation.

3. Warrant Arrest – 17600 140th Ave NE – On April 17, 2023, around 4 p.m., deputies were dispatched to a report of someone possibly exposing themselves to passersby at this location. Deputies could find no evidence of indecent exposure, but the subject had a misdemeanor warrant out for their arrest. They were booked into Snohomish County Jail for the warrant.

4. Burglary – 14100 NE 200th St – On April 17, 2023, at about 11:35 p.m., a deputy was dispatched to a construction site to process a burglary that occurred sometime over the weekend. Several contractors had personal tools and items stolen, along with site materials. The total monetary loss is in the thousands, and the case has been assigned to a detective.

5. Theft – 17100 135th Ave NE – Early morning on April 18, 2023, an unknown person forced entry into a residence, stole a paramotor and parachute, loaded it into a truck, and left. There is video evidence, and this case has been assigned to a detective. The items are valued at over $10K.

6. Hit and Run | Property – 17100 140th Ave NE – On April 19, 2023, a property owner here reported damage to their fence. Investigation and video evidence revealed this to be part of a larger case. In the early morning hours of April 18, a suspect stole a large landscaping truck from unincorporated King County with an attached trailer. This truck then drove recklessly through the above property, at which point the trailer detached and went through the fence. A deputy later spotted the truck, which he could not pursue as it fled. Kirkland PD found the truck later in the morning and arrested the occupant.

7. Protection Order Arrest – 17400 133rd Ave NE – On April 20, 2023, Civil Unit detectives served a resident with a protection order from their roommate. The respondent (person who was served) violated this order within an hour by returning to the location. Order violations are a mandatory arrest and the suspect was referred for prosecu