August 4, 2009 · Updated 5:06 PM
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Reports are from July 20-28.
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Police said fireworks damaged a mailbox in the 8000 block of Northeast 192nd Street. The victim apparently didn’t recognize the perpetrators, but said they were two male teens.
Someone helped themselves to a number of items left, according to police, in a locker at a gym/club in the 1000 block of Northeast 195th Street. The suspects took cash, a cell phone (later recovered) and an MP3 player.
Police reports initially listed the incident as a burglary. What it involved was a customer leaving without paying a $40 check at an unidentified restaurant in the 20000 block of 228th Street Southeast.
Police said a bicycle and golf clubs — total value about $2,200 — were stolen from an unlocked garage in the 10000 block of Northeast 166th Place.
A male, 19, was arrested, charged with fourth-degree assault and domestic violence after an incident in which he allegedly punched and pulled the hair of his girlfriend, 20. Police did not report any serious physical injuries to the victim. Reports did not state the location of the incident, except to say it took place inside a vehicle.
Someone tried to push in the front door of a home in the 10000 block of Northeast 201st Place. Reports said no entry was gained into the home.
A suspect made off with an undetermined amount of cash which he allegedly snatched out of the cash register of Toshi’s Teriyaki on Northeast Bothell Way. The suspect took off with the money after ordering food at the restaurant.
The victim told police he was riding his bicycle southbound in the 6500 block of Bothell Way when a vehicle with two men pulled in front of him. Both men allegedly got out of the car and attacked the victim, punching him and knocking him to the ground in the parking lot of a local restaurant. The victim said he did not know his attackers or why they came after him. Reports said a witness wrote down the license plate number of the suspects’ car before it drove off, but police had been unable to locate the suspects as of last week.
Using a pellet gun, an unknown suspect shot out windows on a car and a garage in the 6600 block of Northeast 202nd Street.
Theft from vehicle
Police said $250 in items were stolen from a car parked in a lot at St. Edward State Park. The suspect allegedly forced the lock on the car. Reports did not readily state was what stolen.