Police investigate burglarized storage units | Police blotter

The police blotter for Dec. 13-17.

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Monday, Dec. 17

Vehicle Prowl: A vehicle was prowled on the 10800 block of Northeast 148th Lane.

Saturday, Dec. 15

DUI: A suspect was arrested for DUI near the corner of Northeast 202nd Street and 100th Avenue Northeast.

DUI: A suspect was arrested for DUI on the intersection of Bothell Everett Highway and 208th Street Southeast after rear-ending another vehicle.

Friday, Dec. 14

Assault: Two suspects pushed each other causing one to have a large lump on the side of his head after being pushed to the ground.

Thursday, Dec. 13

Malicious Mischief: A maintenance worker reported two suspects had damaged a mailbox on the 9600 block of Northeast 195th Circle.

Burglary: A subject burglarized several public storage units on the 1700 block of 228th Street Southeast.

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