POLICE BLOTTER

April 7

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Bothell

April 7

Graffiti: Police documented what were suspected to be gang signs spray painted on the side of a commercial building along East Riverside Drive.

April 6

Road rage: A motorist reportedly made threatening gestures toward another motorist and then pulled out a knife while driving erratically. The incident is under investigation.

April 3

Exploding bottle: Police contacted two students who allegedly had been in possession of a plastic bottle filled with asedaline that exploded in their welding class.

Kenmore

April 8

Car theft: A man allegedly stole a woman’s vehicle during a visit after her husband’s funeral.

April 5

Dung in the doorway: An unknown person placed several bags of dog feces at the doorstep of a residence at Coventry Place Apartments.

April 4

Drunk and injured: A man requested medical aid at the Shell gas station on Bothell Way Northeast after he fell and cut himself on a guardrail. Authorities concluded that the man was intoxicated.

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