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BOTHELL

Nov. 11

Assault

Police were notified of what they said was an altercation between two juvenile males, both 16, at the Bothell Skate Park on Northeast 188th Street.

Reports said the juveniles went to the same school and the incident apparently started as a verbal argument.

No arrests were made.

Nov. 2

Disturbance

Police intervened in a verbal argument between a husband and wife, apparently at their residence on 228th Street Southeast.

The wife called police, but police said neither side was determined to be a victim or suspect. One party apparently left the home for the evening.

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Nov. 13

Theft from vehicle

Victims called police to report an unknown suspect had smashed out a window on their car and made off with the car’s stereo and speakers. The car was parked in the 6100 block of Northeast 192nd Place. Reports did not give the value of the items stolen.

Burglary

Police reports said the suspect, or suspects, entered an unlocked back door to an apartment on 83rd Place Northeast and walked away with a wallet and laptop computer. The incident was reported about 6:30 a.m. Value of the stolen items was not given in reports.

Nov. 11

Shoplifting

According to police, the suspect, a man, age 52, was attempting to walk out of the Safeway store on Northeast Bothell Way with several items just as a store security officer was walking in. The man was detained while police were called. Reports said the security officer removed a pocket knife from the suspect and recovered two packs of meat, beer and wraps. Police said the man admitted he had a small amount of marijuana in his pants pocket, which was confiscated. He was charged with theft and possession of marijuana.

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