August wrap-up | King County Sheriff’s Office Crime Blotter

The King County Sheriff's Office Crime Blotter is both a description of a small selection of police incidents and a statistical roundup of all calls to the Northshore area that are dispatched to on-duty officers.

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King County Sheriff's Office

The King County Sheriff’s Office Crime Blotter is both a description of a small selection of police incidents and a statistical roundup of all calls to the Northshore area that are dispatched to on-duty officers.

 

Aug. 14

A vehicle parked on the shoulder of a public roadway at 6300 BLK NE 175th St. was impounded.

 

Aug. 15

A man was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol at NE Bothell Way.

 

Aug. 18

A suspect unscrewed a metal latch to a toolshed at a building located at 6214 NE Bothell Way and stole items.

A suspect committed fraud against a senior citizen at 77 NE 175th St.

Police were called to assist a woman suffering from mental issues at 68th Ave. NE.

Police were called to a private residence on 4th Ave. NE to assist a woman that fell out of bed and could not get up. The woman was transported to Northwest Hospital.

 

Aug. 19

A woman was charged for prostitution on NE Bothell Way and booked into the King County Jail.

A piece of road construction equipment was stolen from a worksite at NE 143rd St.

A suspect enters a house on 60th Ave. NE through an unlocked kitchen window and took keys from a hook, stealing a Jeep Cherokke.

Fraud was committed at 72nd Ave. NE.

A suspect violated their court order at 86th Pl NE.

Two suspects were arrested and charged with one count each of minor in possession and consuming alcohol in a park at 6100 NE 175th St. Both individuals were fingerprinted, then released.

 

Aug. 20

An abandoned vehicle was reported at 72nd Ave. NE.

A man reported his bicycle was stolen from outside Kenmore Lanes at 7638 NE Bothell Way.

A man was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol at 800 BLK NE Bothell.

A woman at 192nd PL reported money is being taken from her accounts. She made several conflicting statements and could not show fraudulent withdrawals from her bank statement.

 

Aug. 21

Two locked bicycles were taken from a gated condo garage at 175th St.

A man walked out of his house on 150th St. to leave for work and discovered that his vehicle was missing.

A victim reported receiving several harassing text messages 66th PL NE.

A man entered a home by kicking in the front door at 79 PL NE and took several items.

 

Aug. 22

Illegal dumping of paint, various chemicals and furniture at Kenmore Park and Ride was reported.

A man shoplifted from the Safeway at 6850 NE Bothell Way. He was released at the scene.

 

Aug. 23

A tenant and roommate of three weeks assaulted a homeowner at 71st Ave. NE.

A suspect was booked into the King County Jail after being given a felony and misdemeanor warrant at 176th CT NE.

 

Aug. 24

A sign at Kenmore City Hall, located at 18120 68th Ave. NE was vandalized.

 

Aug. 25

An anonymous female turned in bank cards she found to Kenmore City Hall, located at 18120 68th Ave. NE.

A road rage incident occurred with two motorists at 80th Ave. NE.

An unknown suspect entered a vehicle that was parked in a secured garage at 175th St. and stole a backpack with a laptop inside it.

An ongoing neighbor dispute occurred at 184th St.

 

Aug. 26

A cat was mauled by a wild animal at 191 Kenlake PL NE.


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