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Aug. 10

Theft from vehicle

A suspect made off with a wallet containing cash and a debit card from an unlocked car parked in a lot in the 400 block of 224th Street Southwest. A cell phone disappeared, as well. Total value of the missing items: $1,620.

Aug. 9

Assault, domestic violence

The city prosecutor is reviewing possible charges against a man, 42, in connection with the alleged assault of his wife at an apartment in the 10700 block of Beardslee Boulevard. Police say the woman, 28, claimed she was punched and bitten.


A man, 30, was pulled over for not coming to a complete stop in his 2003 Ford near the intersection of 102nd Avenue Northeast and Main Street. He ended up under arrest for DUI.

Aug. 8

Theft from vehicle

Someone helped themselves to $75 in cash, a set of house keys and a marriage certificate from an unlocked car parked in the 1500 block of 242nd Street Southeast.

Aug. 6

Assault, domestic violence

A man, 29, was charged with fourth-degree assault, harassment and interfering with the reporting of domestic violence after an incident at a home in the 900 block of 228th Street Southeast. The female victim, 29, told police she had been slapped.

Residential burglary

Someone pried open the lock on the door of a trailer parked at a home in the 3600 block of 233rd Street Southeast. As of deadline, police said the owner still was compiling a list of the items stolen, but they appeared to be mostly electronics. The theft was reported Aug. 6, but took place sometime in a two-week period leading up to that date.

Theft from vehicle

A wallet containing $40 in cash was stolen from an unlocked car parked in front of a residence in the 23800 block of Seventh Avenue West.

Assault, domestic violence

The alleged victim, a woman, 29, told police she was thrown down some stairs during an altercation with her boyfriend, 35, at their home in the 210000 block of Fourth Place West. Police apparently tried unsuccessfully to locate the suspect. The incident was turned over to the city prosecutor.


Aug. 12

Theft from vehicle

The victim was in the Safeway grocery on Northeast Bothell Way while a thief or thieves tore the stereo equipment out of said victim’s car. The value of the equipment wasn’t readily clear from police reports. The victim told police the car had an existing broken lock.

Aug. 11

Residential burglary

The suspect or suspects hit a jackpot of sorts when they burglarized a home in the 19200 block of 73rd Avenue Northeast. The home of two obvious weapons collectors, the missing items included 11 antique and Samurai swords, seven rifles, several knife collections and boxes of ammunition. The items ranged in value from $200 to $1,700 for a total of approximately $10,000. Reports said there was no sign of forced entry into the home, but entry may have been gained through a rear sliding door.

Aug. 9


Police said two suspects — one of whom may be somewhat known to the victim — walked off with a flat-screen TV and a computer from Lakeview Yoga on Northeast Bothell Way. The incident happened after the business was closed, but reports said there was no sign of forced entry.

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