Man drives through neighbor’s yard and fence, fires gun into the air, makes suicidal threats | Bothell Police Blotter

  • Wednesday, April 19, 2017 9:08am
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The blotter feature is both a description of a small selection of police incidents and a statistical roundup of calls to the Bothell Police Department that are dispatched to on-duty police officers. The Bothell Police blotter is not intended to be representative of all police calls originating in Bothell.

April 4

Malicious mischief: 2:08 a.m., 24100 block of 7th Pl. W. Police were called to a home in Bothell where a 36-year-old man was reportedly driving his vehicle across a neighbor’s front yard, through a fence and shrubbery. The man was reported to be a felon but was in possession of a firearm and suicidal. Upon contact, police saw the vehicle “high centered” in some bushes and tire tracks in the neighbor’s front yard. A six-foot high fence separating the two homes was destroyed, and the backyards were torn up as well. The vehicle had one rear window broken and damage to the windshield. The suspect was not immediately located, but his mother told police he was suicidal, and she took a semi-automatic rifle away from the man after he fired it at a tree and five or six more shots into the air. Police called in a K9 search team to look for the suspect but were unable to locate him. Police returned the next day to find the suspect and placed him under arrest. They also found cocaine residue in the man’s wallet. Upon another search of property, officers found six bullet holes in the ceiling of the man’s bedroom.

April 5

Domestic: 5:34 a.m., 12600 block of NE 183rd St. Police were called to a residence when a woman stated that her 74-year-old husband tried to make her stop breathing while she was sleeping. Upon contact, the man told police that he was tired of his wife’s snoring and tried to get her to breathe differently. Both informed officers that the man has a post traumatic brain injury, and the wife told officers she was scared of her husband and requested that her be medically evaluated at the VA.

April 6

Theft: 2:03 p.m., 12600 block of NE 180th St. A man called police to report that a package was taken from his front porch containing a rifle, ammunition and an ammunition belt. Officers confirmed with FedEx that the package was delivered to the residence. No suspects have been identified.

Burglary: 4:47 p.m., 10000 block of NE 147th St. The victim was awoken from a nap to discover a burglar inside of her residence. The suspect fled out the front door prior to police arrival. The suspect was described as a white male, approximately 30 years old, 5’7”, medium build, with black short spiked hair. The suspect was wearing a black wool jacket, black pants, a black backpack, “aviator style” black sunglasses and had a burgundy-colored scarf covering his mouth. He was possibly associated with a dark colored mid-2000s Mercedes sedan. K9 search was conducted with negative results.

April 7

Theft: 1:20 p.m., 20800 block of SR 527. A man was caught stealing food items from the Walgreens and was trespassed from the store.

April 9

Domestic: 1:01 a.m., 2600 block of 228th St. SE. Two men were found to have had an argument where one of the men broke a chair.

Theft: 9:04 p.m., 22400 block of 17th Ave. SE. A man reported to police that someone stole his bicycle seat and lights from his bike while it was locked up at the Canyon Park Park and Ride.

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