Assault accusations conflict at Bothell Health Care | Police blotter

The Bothell police blotter for Oct. 2 through Oct. 4.

  • Wednesday, October 17, 2018 1:30am
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Thursday, Oct. 4

Burglary: A suspect kicked open the front door of the victim’s apartment on the 9800 block of Northeast 190th Street. Nyirah believed Charlyn was upset she was with Charlyn’s ex-boyfriend, Cubanito Smith. Charlyn was arrested and booked into King County Jail for residential burglary.

Wednesday, Oct. 3

Theft: Three unknown suspects stayed at the Residence Hotel and left without paying. The identity and whereabouts of the suspects was unknown. The Residence Inn was at a loss for $579.20 in services.

Theft: Victim reported that an unknown suspect had unlawfully entered his locked locker at the YMCA and stole his debit card, $50 and his padlock.

Tuesday, Oct. 2

Assault: An elderly resident at Bothell Health Care reported that another elderly resident had hit him in the face. Police investigated and found that both subjects had different stories and were uninterested in pursuing criminal charges. It is Bothell Health Care’s policy to involve police with any assault accusations.

Vehicle Prowl: Unknown suspects prowled the victim’s vehicle by breaking out a window in the Outback parking lot on the 22600 block of Bothell-Everett Highway.

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