Basketball foul escalates into brawl | Bothell Police Blotter
November 20, 2012 · 8:41 AM
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Suspicious circumstances: Noon, 23000 block of Third Place West. A neighbor noticed a male knocking on the neighbor’s door then walking towards the backyard.
Theft: 17000 block of 102 Ave. N.E. An unknown suspect stole the victim’s fanny pack with $200 worth of contents inside.
Assault: 24000 block of 7th Ave. West. A 33-year-old Bothell man got into a verbal argument with his girlfriend that escalated. The girlfriend suffered a bruise on her arm and a swollen lip. The boyfriend was cited for assault.
Domestic violence: 1900 block of 214 St. S.E. The reporting party called police to report that two brothers were arguing. The 17-year-old Everett boy assaulted his brother and gave him a bloody nose. No one was cited.
Assault: 18000 block of 126th Ave. and 161st St. The victim was playing basketball with several people when a foul escalated into a fight. The victim received multiple bruises and scratches. No one was cited.