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Police Blotter


May 12


An Apple laptop computer valued at $2,400 was stolen from behind the counter of a store in the 18700 block of Bothell Way Northeast. The suspect was described as a Caucasian male, 25. No arrests were made.

May 11


It’s not clear why the incident wasn’t listed as a burglary or something similar, but someone entered a residence in the 23100 block of 27th Avenue Southeast and left with a plasma TV valued at over $2,100. The victim said he came home and found his front door unlocked.

May 10

Car theft

A 1998 Pontiac Bonneville was stolen from in front of an apartment complex in the 12000 block of Woodinville Drive. The Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office later recovered the vehicle, which had suffered damage to a front door.


A man, 21, stopped on State Route 522 for speeding, was arrested for DUI and driving without a license.

May 8

Theft from vehicle

Someone smashed out the driver’s door widow of a car parked in the 9800 block of Northeast Riverbend Drive and stole a GPS unit valued at $150.

May 7

Residential burglary

A suspect broke into a home in the 22900 block of Third Avenue Southeast. Missing were three LCD computer monitors valued at $1,800. Police said no one was home at the time of the theft, but were able to provide a description of the suspect as a Caucasian male, about 20.


May 13

Car theft

The victim told police she was talking at the bar inside Kenmore Lanes to the suspect, known only as “Mike,” when she walked away, mistakenly leaving her purse behind. According to reports, surveillance cameras caught “Mike” taking the purse from the bar and the victim’s Jeep from the parking lot. The vehicle was later recovered undamaged, but no arrests were made.

Car theft

Someone used a bent car antenna to fish into the key deposit box at the U-Haul location on Northeast Bothell Way and made off with a van. The value of the vehicle wasn’t given in police reports.

May 10


Police say they stopped the female suspect on Northeast Bothell Way for four alleged instances of “improper lane travel.” She was arrested for DUI.

May 8

Forced entry

Reports said the victim is out of town for an extended period of time, while his daughter watches his home in the 5600 block of Northeast 193rd. The daughter told police someone forced their way into the residence through a set of double doors leading from the home’s garage. Judging from police reports, there was evidence of drug use inside the house, as well signs that an unwanted guest had been staying in the home.

May 6


Police reports didn’t contain a lot of details, but the suspect ended up charged with DUI, hit and run and at least one other driving violation after an accident in the 7600 block of Northeast 192nd Street.

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