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July wrap-up | 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.
An unknown source called police to report finding a bike left at the side of a building on 175th Street.
There was a traffic pursuit of a reckless vehicle, possibly linked to a previous broadcast for armed subject wanted for assault two, at 68th Avenue Northeast.
A suspect fired an air soft rifle at a target while a person was standing behind the target at 81st Avenue Northeast.
A suspect climbed into a boat at the Northlake Marina and entered the bar area, stealing a stereo and speakers.
A suspect went into a victim's home, damaging the door as they attempted to fight with victim's son at 169 Place.
A cellphone left in the bathroom of McDonald's at 7234 NE Bothell Way was stolen.
A suspect entered a home and stole belongings at 64 Place Northeast.
A suspect repeatedly stole money from a safe in Kid Valley, located at 6434 NE Bothell Way.
A victim came back to her home at 187th Street to find three juvenile males hanging out in the street around two vehicles. She watched the males and they all decided to leave. A short time later, she discovered there was graffiti on her fence.
There was a traffic complaint that drivers were failing to stop at a stop sign around 64th Avenue Northest.
A suspect was driving with a suspended license at 8000 BLK NE Bothell.
A suspect was arrested for driving under the influence at 7000 BLK NE Bothell.
A suspect was arrested for resisting arrest at 7600 BLK NE Bothell and booked into SCORE.
An unknown person entered a home on 152nd Place and stole RX pills.
A suspect was driving with a suspended license on 6100 BLK NE Bothell and released at the scene.
A suspect failed to transfer title, had no insurance and altered tabs at Northeast Bothell Way.
An employee of North Lake Marina on 62 Northeast 175th Street in Kenmore, reported a few boats had been entered and items were stolen. The employee said it appeared the suspects were able to gain access to the "C" secured dock by going around the fence.
A vehicle was reported stolen from a parking lot at 68th Avenue Northeast. There is no suspect information yet.
A victim came out to his car and found an item had been taken from his unlocked vehicle at 64th Avenue Northeast. The vehicle did not sustain any damage during the incident. The victim is willing to assist in prosecution.
Cyclists ignoring stop signs in front of a location at Northeast 175th Street at all times, but it is worse on sunny weekends during daylight hours when the Burke Gilman Trail experiences a high volume of bicycle traffic.
A man was charged with one count of driving with a suspended license in the third degree at Northeast Bothell Way and was released at the scene.
A woman assaulted her boyfriend with a knife, causing lacerations and scratches on his forehead at 62 Northeast 196th Street. She was booked into the King County Jail.
A man stole his brother's handgun and failed to return the weapon for a number of days at 58th Northeast 197th Street.
Repeated vandalism was reported to landscaping and flower garden at 64th Avenue Northeast. The suspect reportedly went to the vegetable/flower bed and did damage to plants and plastic bordering.
A suspect broke into a car overnight and tired to steal it at 68th Avenue Northeast. There is no suspect information yet.
A wallet belonging to a resident was found lying on the roadway at Northeast 16th Street. It was turned into Kenmore City Hall.
Ongoing domestic disturbances at a home in Northeast 203rd Street were reported to police.
There was a noise complaint regarding dirt bikes ridden at 70 Northeast 170th Street.
A family goes on vacation and leaves a house guest at 68th Northeast 149th Street. When they returned, they found items missing from the home and the house guest was gone.