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An old campsite found at a Northshore elementary school | King County Sheriff's Office Crime Blotter
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.
Evidence of an old campsite was found above the gymnasium at Kenmore Elementary School, located at 19121 71st. Ave. NE.
A suspect was arrested for driving while under the influence of alcohol at 6300 BLK NE Bothell.
An unknown male was seen in a driveway at 67th Ave. NE to a secluded shed. The door and lock to the shed were found damaged and open.
A suspect was sent to the hospital after drinking, calling 911 and claiming to "want it all to end," at 80th NE Way. He told officers at the scene that he felt like hurting himself.
A woman was injured during a domestic fight at 70th Lane Northeast.
An abandoned car was impounded on NE Bothell Way.
A suspect entered a vehicle at 69th Lane Northeast and stole a laptop.
A man was stopped for failure to transfer title and for having narcotics, at 19500 BLK 73rd Ave. NE.
A suspect stole items from the a pocket of a coat left unattended in a store located at 6850 Northeast Bothell Way.
A welfare check subject no longer resides at the unit listed in their application at 86th Avenue Northeast.
A suspect opened a fraudulent account in a victim's name at 182nd Street.
Checks were stolen from a mailbox on a street in front of a private residence at 70th NE 155th PL.
A suspect entered the garage door of a home on 58th Avenue Northeast and stole items.
A victim was notified by his employer that someone had used his personal information to try and gain unemployment benefits fraudulently, at 16rd street. There is no suspect information at this time and the victim is willing to assist in prosecution.
A manager at a complex at 68th Avenue Northeast called 911 for an unknown problem regarding an open apartment. The person who claims to be a tenant broke in to clean out the rest of his items. The civil issue was solved. The tenant paid the manager $200 to fix the lock and clear the apartment.
A suspect stole two fly boards from the west dock of Harbor Village Marina, located at 175th Street. There is no suspect information at this time.
A suspect was cited for driving with a suspended license at Northest 170th Street.
A noise complaint was listed for an apartment on 68th Avenue Northeast. The homeowner was given a warning and told the next complaint will result in a fine.
A customer's laptop bag was taken from Rite Aid at 18022 68th Ave. NE.
A person slipped and cut their face at 15th Lane Northeast.
Vandalism was reported at a residence on Northeast 162nd Court.
A stolen Seattle Police Department vehicle was recovered at 68th Northeast Bothell Way. There is no suspect information.
A female suspect blew smoke into a male victim's face and then punched him in the face at 6722 NE. Bothell Way.
A suspect was driving with a suspended license at 7600 BLK NE Bothell.
There was an apparent assault between a couple at 167th Juanita Drive. A nephew of one of the involved parties witnessed it, but does not want to make a statement for fear of retaliation. Police are unable to contact apparent victim.