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
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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.

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