Unknown suspect breaks into storage unit | Police blotter

The Bothell police blotter for Sept. 18 through 21.

  • Thursday, September 27, 2018 4:45pm
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Friday, Sept. 21

DUI: A suspect crashed their vehicle on Northeast Hollyhills Drive in Bothell. The suspect left the scene of the collision and officers contacted him nearby at his residence and discovered that he was intoxicated. He was arrested for investigation of DUI and subsequently released.

Burglary: An unknown suspect entered the victim’s storage unit at Sherlock Storage and stole camping equipment.

Thursday, Sept. 20

DUI: A suspect was arrested for investigation of DUI on the 12000 block of Woodinville Drive.

Wednesday, Sept. 19

Vehicle Prowl: A suspect attempted to illegally enter a vehicle to steal property. He was unable to get in and was subsequently contacted by police. During contact he confessed to the crime, and was formally identified then released. He was later cited through investigation for attempted vehicle prowl in the second degree.

Vehicle Prowl: An unknown suspect broke into a vehicle at the University of Washington’s Bothell campus.

DUI: A suspect was arrested for DUI after a reporting party reported him for a road rage incident near the 18500 block of 101st Ave. NE. The reporting party believed the suspect was intoxicated. The suspect was processed for DUI and breath results were .201 and .203. The suspect was booked into Lynnwood Jail for a mandatory DUI booking. This was the suspect’s second DUI arrest within a year.

Tuesday, Sept. 18

Vehicle Prowl: An unknown suspect prowled a vehicle overnight while it was parked outside of Residence Inn. The suspect stole a Black Pelican case containing tools stolen from the trunk.

Vehicle Prowl: An unknown suspect attempted to break into a vehicle parked in the driveway of a residence on the 23800 block of First Ave. W.

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