Moving: Car full of electronics and clothing stolen | Police Blotter

Police blotter for Jan. 11-12.

  • Tuesday, February 5, 2019 8:30am
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Jan. 11

Graphic graffiti: At 7:06 a.m. in the 1100 block of 208th Street Southeast, a public works employee reported graffiti in the men’s restroom at Centennial Park. They discovered the graffiti in the handicap stall as they unlocked the restroom in the part at 7 a.m. Most of the graffiti had been cleaned by the time the officers arrived. The graffiti was written with a black grease pencil or marker. The restroom was not otherwise damaged.

Trespass warning: At 8:22 a.m. in the 17300 block of 91st Avenue Northeast, Bothell officers were dispatched to assist for the Bothell Fire Department with a possible arson incident. Bothell fire responded to a large abandoned property with two main structures over a report of a small fire. When they arrived, they extinguished a small bin fire, but noted abandoned dwellings possibly occupied by unknown subjects. Five subjects were located and given a warning.

Mischief: At 7:16 p.m. in the 16300 block of 118th Court Northeast, officers were dispatched to a possible burglary, where a caller reported their garage door broke. The caller believed the door may have been hit by a vehicle. The door no longer opens. He also suspected burglary but nothing was missing.

Jan. 12

Vehicle theft: At 12:23 p.m. in the 23000 block of 27th Avenue Southeast, a caller reported that his 2014 Audi had been stolen overnight. The car was lent out to his son, who was staying at his girlfriends house when it was stolen. There were clothes, electronics, a cell phone and school supplies inside the vehicles. The son was in the process of moving.

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