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Assaults and identity theft | King County Sheriff's Office Crime Blotter

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The King County Sheriff's Office Crime Blotter is both a description of a small selection of police incidents and a statistical roundup of all calls to the Northshore area that are dispatched to on-duty officers.


June 6

A stolen credit card was used at Kenmore U-Haul at 6720 NE Bothell Way.

 

June 7

Suspect fails to transfer title within 45 days at NE Bothell Way.

 

June 9

An unlocked roadside mailbox was opened and around one week's worth of mail was taken on 76th PL NE. The victim is willing to assist with the prosecution.

An abandoned vehicle was left on 81st Ave. NE for around eight days.

A suspect was driving with a suspended license on 73 NE Bothell Way and was released at the scene.

 

June 10

Police were called to check on a child whose sister had reported was abused at home at 66th Ave. NE.

A suspect trespassed from 6850 NE Bothell Way after causing a disturbance at a nearby location.

Police checked out a report of stalking on 194th St. The victim said she'd been constantly harassed by a man through the internet and telephone.

A woman was arrested for driving with a revoked license and no car insurance at 6800 BLK NE 181st St.

A man was driving with a suspended license on 19000 BLK 80th Ave. NE and was released at the scene.

A man was arrested for having an expired registration and for being caught driving three times with a revoked license at 68th Ave. NE.

Domestic violence occurred at a home at 80th Ave. NE.

A suspect was driving under the influence of alcohol and operating a vehicle with an interlock device on 6100 BLK NE Bothell. The suspect was booked into SCORE.

 

June 11

Two suspects were arrested for outstanding warrants after being located in Log Boom Park, at 6000 BLK Ne 175th St.

A suspect was speeding 35 mph over the speed limit around 84th Ave. NE.

Assault in the fourth degree occurred at 181st St.

A suspect was booked into the Issaquah jail for vehicle license violations on 7700 BLK NE Bothell.

 

June 12

A petitioner has a 9-1-1 packet service of temporary protection order and waited for the respondent to come home at 80th Ave. NE.

A woman was punched and kicked out of a vehicle by her boyfriend at 80th Ave. NE. The boyfriend was charged with assault in the fourth degree.

An abandoned vehicle was left at 56th Ave. NE for two weeks.

A family reported they were growing fearful of their adoptive son's actions at 80th NE 147th St.

An abandoned vehicle was listed at 60th PL NE for three months.

A theft dropped off a stolen car at 7346 NE Bothell Way and stole another car.

A stolen vehicle was recovered at 6300 BLK Ne 175th St.

Someone reported a missing person at 166 Juanita Dr.

 

June 13

A victim reported their vehicle was stolen at 51st Ave. NE.

Identity theft occurred at 159th St.

A mental complaint was reported at 68th Ave. NE.

 

June 14

A possible scam involving a computer was reported at 155th St.

A suspect was arrested for resisting arrest, false statements and an active warrant at 6300 BLK NE Bothell.

 

June 15

A man reported he was assaulted by an unknown subject at a bar at 167 Junita Dr.

A bicycle was stolen from a garage at 175th St.

A stolen Everett Police Department vehicle was recovered on NE 181st St.

A female customer that shoplifted several items was caught on video surveillance at 7300 NE Bothell Way.

Suspicious items left on a victim's porch were a possible violation of an anti-harassment order on 167th St.

 

June 16

A repeated burglary occurred at 7638 NE Bothell Way.

Tools and a phone charger were taken from a vehicle at 7346 NE Bothell Way.

A criminal warrant was issued to a suspect at NE Bothell Way,

 

June 17

Alleged assault occurred at a battered woman's shelter at 7346 NE Bothell Way.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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