Suspects arrested after car flips | Police blotter

The Bothell police blotter for Oct. 14.

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Sunday, Oct. 14

DUI: Officers were dispatched to a one-vehicle collision on the 15800 block of Waynita Way Northeast at about 2 a.m. When they arrived they found the vehicle was on its right side, laying across the sidewalk and on fire. The driver and passenger said they didn’t know how the vehicle flipped. Police ran the name of the male passenger and found he had a juvenile felony warrant. As they arrested him, he became argumentative. The officers also believed the female driver had been driving under the influence of alcohol, so they arrested her for investigation of DUI. The speed limit was 25 mph.

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