Human feces found in locker of UW Bothell building | Bothell blotter Jan. 30-Feb. 4

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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.

Sunday, Feb. 4

Assault: A 55-year-old female reported that she had been assaulted by her 60-year-old ex-wife in the 10300 block of 186th St. SE. The latter had come to the former’s residence to request signatures on legal documents regarding financial resolutions for retirement accounts. The 55-year-old refused to negotiate or sign the documents, suggesting they be reviewed by legal representatives first. The 60-year-old then attacked her ex-wife. The Bothell PD holds probable cause for the arrest of the latter.

Fraud: A 55-year-old woman reported that an unknown suspect had attempted to use her credit card in the 10800 block of 148th LN. NE. Other suspicious activity with the victim’s bank accounts was observed. There is no suspect information at this time.

Saturday, Feb. 3

Trespass: Three male suspects were escorted from the Safeway in the 24000 block of SR 527 NE. after spending almost 30 minutes in the men’s restroom.

Friday, Feb. 2

Domestic: A 58-year-old man was transported and booked into the Lynnwood City Jail for assaulting his 53-year-old girlfriend on 219th Pl. SW.

Theft: A 62-year-old man reported that his rear license plate had been stolen and then replaced by an unknown suspect in the 12500 block of 183 St. NE. There are no suspect leads at this time.

Thursday, Feb. 1

Graffiti: An officer was notified of a graffiti incident in the 10400 block of Beardslee Blvd. The owner of the targeted facility requested police contact due to a concern that this would be a recurring issue. The property owner was advised per Bothell Municipal Code to repair the damaged property and ways to prevent further incidents. The damage to the property was valued at $1,000. There is no suspect information at this time.

Malicious mischief: A 34-year-old male reported that his tires had been slashed in the 22600 block of 20th Ave. SE. Repairs for the damages are totaled at $600. There is no suspect information at this time.

Theft: An unknown male suspect stole four packs of cigarettes off the counter of the Shell Gas Station in the 11700 block of NE 160th St. He left in a Scion XB type vehicle. There are no suspect leads at this time.

Wednesday, Jan. 31

Commercial burglary: A 60-year-old woman reported that an unknown suspect had stolen an antique ship hatch and leaded stain glass window sometime within the last three weeks from her business. The hatch is valued at $125 and the window at $150. The woman last observed the stolen items approximately two weeks earlier. There is no suspect information at this time.

Suspicious circumstances: A male subject reported that human feces had been found in a locker in the “reflection area” of a building on the campus of UW Bothell primarily utilized for prayer by Muslim students. Students who use this space were concerned that the incident could be a targeted hate crime. There are no suspect leads at this time.

Trespass: A 25-year-old woman was arrested for trespassing in the second degree on the campus of Bothell High School. The subject claimed she entered school grounds to purchase cookies.

Warrant: A 28-year-old woman was arrested on 228th St. SE. on an outstanding felony warrant. The woman was transported and booked into the King County Jail.

Tuesday, Jan. 30

Motor vehicle theft: A 47-year-old man reported that his Honda Civic was stolen from Canyon Park Park and Rideon the 22400 block of 17th Ave. SE. while he was at work. There are no suspect leads at this time.

Vehicle prowl: A 44-year-old woman called dispatch after discovering that her vehicle had been broken into in the 18000 block of 120th Ave. NE. Video surveillance captured a suspect vehicle with no license plate. There are no suspect leads at this time.

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