Vehicle prowled while owner was asleep in backseat | Bothell police blotter for May 23-29

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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, May 29

Theft: It was reported at 6:25 p.m. that a juvenile male stole food items from a convenience store in the 18000 block of Bothell Way Northeast and left on a black mountain bike with red wheels.

Malicious mischief: A man in the 19100 block of 112th Avenue Northeast reported at 3:51 p.m. that someone had damaged to his son’s bicycle. The bike had been kept in underground parking with many other bikes.

Theft: At 12 p.m., police responded to a call in the 9600 block of Northeast 204th Place. Sometime overnight. the victim’s vehicle had been prowled. A $20 Subway gift card, $25 roll of quarters, car wash coupon and bag of casino player cards were stolen.

Sunday, May 28

Malicious mischief: At 12:52 p.m., police responded to a call in the 20400 block of 128th Place Northeast. A woman’s car had been vandalized and the words “i hate krista” were scratched on the rear driver-side door. There is no suspect information at this time.

Saturday, May 27

Grand theft auto: A 1989 Toyota Supra was stolen from the parking lot of an apartment complex in the 23000 block of 27th Avenue Southeast.

Friday, May 26

Grand theft auto: At 7 p.m., police responded to a motor vehicle theft report in a parking garage at UW Bothell. The victim had arrived on campus for work that morning and when he returned to the garage, his vehicle was gone.

Theft: Police responded to a call in the 16200 block of 122nd Avenue Northeast at 10:20 a.m. The reporting party stated that when they left their residence that morning, they located several items that they believed to be stole, including a computer monitor and a pile of mail. This was believed to be associated with an earlier motor vehicle prowl in the same neighborhood.

Thursday, May 25

Identity theft: At 2:11 p.m., police responded to a report from the 12600 block of Northeast 180th Street. The victim reported that a $100 payment had been made on his credit card. He filed a dispute with his bank. The bank refunded his money and closed his credit card.

Disturbance: At 12:42 p.m., police took a report of threats made to a customer at a store in the 2000 block of Maltby Road. It was reported that a store employee had threatened the customer with physical harm.

Vehicle prowl: At 6:44 a.m., it was reported that a vehicle in the 20100 block of 107th Avenue Northeast was entered by an unknown suspect and $5 in spare change was taken from the center console. The vehicle was unlocked.

Wednesday, May 24

Vehicle prowl: At 6:34 p.m., a 20-year-old man reported that his vehicle had been broken into while he was sleeping in the back seat. The man told police that he was too intoxicated at the time to provide an accurate time frame or the names of the people he suspected of stealing his items. He reported that his phone was stolen.

Theft: At 9:43 a.m., a man reported to police that someone had stolen the license plates on his vehicle and replaced them with stolen plates sometime in the last year.

Tuesday, May 23

Theft: At 8:50 p.m., it was reported that a package was stolen from a doorstep in the 10000 block of Northeast 202nd Street. The package contained a trailer hitch and trailer brake controller. There are no witnesses or suspects.

Vehicle prowl: At 8:15 a.m., police received a report of a vehicle prowl. The victim said his vehicle had been ransacked but said there was no evidence of any damage to his vehicle and reported nothing missing. The man believed he had left his vehicle locked but was not sure.

Burglary: A man in the 23700 block of 41st Avenue Southeast reported at 7:25 a.m. that his garage door was left open overnight and that an unknown suspect had entered the garage and stolen items. The man told police that a video projector with a black canvas bag and a white video projector screen had been stolen, totaling about $1,250.

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