Bothell Police Department - Reporter file photo

Bothell Police Department - Reporter file photo

City Council member James McNeal thwarts vehicle prowl | Police blotter

The Bothell police blotter for Aug. 13 through 15.

  • Friday, August 24, 2018 3:30pm
  • News

Wednesday, Aug. 15

Theft: An unknown suspect stole a purse containing a debit card and $200 in cash from a locker in the YMCA.

Trespass: A suspect was causing a disturbance at Lyons’ Den coffee shop. Police arrived and trespassed him from the coffee shop.

Vehicle Prowl: An unknown suspect attempted to prowl a vehicle parked in front of Bothell City Council member James McNeal’s home. McNeal interrupted the suspect who ran to a getaway car and fled the neighborhood. McNeal followed the suspect and provided police with a license plate when they arrived. Police inspected McNeal’s car and confirmed that it had been entered but nothing was stolen.

Tuesday, Aug. 14

DUI: A suspect was arrested after she was found passed out in the driver’s seat of a running vehicle in drive on the 10000 block of NE 153rd St.

Theft: An unknown suspect stole a specialty bike from a residence on the 18400 block of 104th Ave. NE.

Monday, Aug. 13

Vehicle Prowl: A victim stopped at a cafe for breakfast on the 22600 block of Bothell-Everett Highway. While he was eating, an unknown suspect prowled his car and threw everything around, stealing a smart phone and some lottery tickets.

More in News

Law would prohibit eye tattoos in Washington state

Canada has already banned this procedure

Split Washington in two? 51st state movement highlights cultural divide

Rep. Matt Shea of Spokane introduces bill to establish state in Eastern Washington called Liberty

Bothell neighbors irked by colleges’ parking garage plan

Five floors and 600 stalls would address a shortage for students of UW Bothell and Cascadia College.

Despite Supreme Court Ruling, activists fight youth incarceration in King County

No New Youth Jail Coalition members send Valentines to King County officials asking them to reconsider funding priorities

Responders rescue man pinned under garbage truck in Kenmore

He spent more than an hour beneath the vehicle, authorities say.

Bothell wants in on region’s affordable housing plans

The mayor asked Challenge Seattle and Microsoft to think of Bothell as an opportunity site.

President’s emergency declaration sparks immediate legal backlash

Attorney General Bob Ferguson said his team will sue the White House if federal funds originally intended for Washington state are interrupted.

Most Read