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BOTHELL

May 25

Theft from vehicle

An iPod, knives and personal items valued at a total of about $150 were taken from a car parked in the driveway of a home in the 11000 block of East Riverside Drive. Police reports say the owner believed the car had been locked, but police also said there were no signs of forced entry.

May 22

Assault

Police say charges are pending against a boy, 13, who allegedly attacked another male youth, 14, outside an unidentified school. Officers said the incident occurred outside of school hours. Reports said the victim was pushed and punched, suffering bruises and scrapes. No weapons were used during the alleged incident.

May 21

Shoplifting

Police say three suspects attempted to make off with jewelry from an unidentified store in the 800 block of 237th Street Southeast. Items valued at $300 were recovered and the suspects arrested, charged with second degree shoplifting.

KENMORE

May 27

Theft from vehicle

Someone broke out the passenger window to a car parked on 58th Place Northeast, leaving with a GPS unit. The value of the item was not given in reports.

May 24

Vandalism

Police said “numerous” car windows were shot out with a B-B gun in the 18800 block of 66th Avenue Northeast.

May 23

Assault

An alleged domestic dispute led to the arrest of a man who police say struck his wife about seven times in the face at their home on Kenlake Place Northeast. The suspect was charged with fourth-degree assault and booked into the King County Jail.

Burglary

Persons unknown broke into what police described as a “half-finished” home in the 6400 block of Northeast 181st Street. They made off with some power tools, value not given in police reports.

May 22

Vandalism

Persons unknown painted some graffiti on the hood of a motorhome parked in the victim’s driveway in the 15900 block of 82cd Place Northeast.

May 20

Drugs

Two men were arrested for alleged possession of 4.9 grams of marijuana after a traffic stop on Bothell Way Northeast. Police said they stopped the driver for failure to signal.

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