Two mailboxes found damaged by firework explosions | Bothell police blotter for Dec. 5-25

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The blotter feature is both a description of a small selection of police incidents and roundup of calls to the Bothell Police Department that are dispatched to on-duty police officers. The Bothell Police blotter is not intended to be representative of all police calls originating in Bothell.

Monday, Dec. 25

Vehicle Prowling: An unknown suspect broke the passenger side window of a car parked on the 1600 block of 228th St. SE and stole a pair of gloves as well as prescription glasses.

Sunday, Dec. 24

DUI: A suspect was contacted after speeding significantly in a 35 mph zone on SR 522. The suspect was subsequently arrested for DUI near the 10600 block of SR 522.

Friday, Dec 22

Theft: A victim reported that their mail had been stolen from their box on the 12100 block of NE 162nd Place. The victim found the mail opened and left on their neighbors lawn. The item stolen was an amazon box missing a computer USB device.

Thursday, Dec. 21

Trespass: A suspect was trespassed from the Bothell QFC after causing a disturbance by yelling and verbally abusing other customers. According to the manager, the suspect was a regular customer and had not caused problems before.

Vehicle Prowling/Theft: An unknown suspect stole $3 in loose change and left behind a pocket knife in an unlocked car parked on the 18700 block of 126th Ave. NE.

Wednesday, Dec. 20

Theft of Motor Vehicle: A blue 1996 Subaru Outback SW with BGJ1095 was stolen from the 2100 block of 227th St. SE.

Sunday, Dec. 10

Malicious Mischief: Two mailboxes were damaged by fireworks on the 23000 block of 2nd Ave. SE.

Friday, Dec. 8

Vehicle Prowling/Malicious Mischief: An unknown suspect broke the passenger window of a car parked at the Red Brick Road Park and stole two jackets worth about $100 together.

Assault/Domestic Violence: A woman reported that her husband and his girlfriend assaulted her and took her phone, preventing her form calling 911.

Thursday, Dec. 7

Theft: An unknown suspect stole $1,000 worth of electrical wire from a quadrant homes site on the 21700 block of 35th Ave. SE.

Wednesday, Dec. 6

DUI/Hit and Run: A suspect was arrested for DUI and Hit and Run on the 11800 block of NE 195th St. after reportedly striking a parked vehicle while leaving a parking lot.

Tuesday, Dec. 5

Trespass: A suspect was arrested after criminally trespassing near the ATM of Banner Bank. The suspect was found sleeping near the ATM and had previously been trespassed form the location.

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