Hydrocodone stolen from 94-year-old victim | Police Blotter

Police blotter for June 18-23.

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Bothell

June 18

Wasp nest: At 11:28 a.m. in the 10400 block of Northeast 190th Street, a subject heard her doorbell ring and since she lives alone, refused to answer the door. The subject looked out her window and observed a “tall, thin, Caucasian male, with dark wavy dark hair, jump into a blue colored 90’s possible Honda sedan and drive off.” When she went to open her door, she found an inactive, small, paper wasp nest on her doormat.

June 21

Stolen from senior: At 1:27 p.m. in the 700 block of 228th Street Southwest, a 94-year-old patient was hospitalized and found between $700-800 missing from her purse along with a bottle of Hydrocodone.

June 22

Solstice gone wrong: At 921 p.m. in the 14700 block of Northeast Woodinville Way, a red vehicle was going 25 mph in a 35 mph zone, and swerving from side to side. When officers pulled the subject over, she admitted that she had been drinking at the Fremont Solstice Fair.

Kenmore

June 4

Not so funny: At 11:25 a.m. in the 18500 block of 73rd Avenue Northeast, there were several incidents of students pulling the fire alarms at Inglemoor High School. When the alarm was more recently falsely pulled, officials were able to identify that the alarm came from the boy’s locker bay bathroom. Footage of video surveillance outside the bathroom showed a student enter the bathroom alone and 24 seconds later running out of the bathroom laughing. The student was taken into custody.

June 5

Not expected: At 2:51 p.m. in the 14400 block of Juanita Drive Northeast, subjects found a handgun at Saint Edwards State Park. The two subjects were supervising college students conducting a soil and plant research lab on the Arrowhead Trail portion of the park. A student brought the lower frame/receiver of a Smith and Wesson handgun to one of the supervising subjects. It turned out to be a gun stolen from Everett in 2015.

June 7

Stolen check: At 2:10 p.m. in the 16900 block of 65th Lane Northeast, a victim reported that he wrote a check for $6,651 to a company through his business account and mailed the check the next day. Then, about a month later, he got another bill from the same business with the same amount he had already paid. The victim realized someone stole his check from the mail and changed the name the check was made out to.

Safeway conflict: At 8:48 p.m. in the 6800 block of Northeast Bothell Way, two drivers got into a confrontation at a Safeway store. The first driver was upset over another for blocking the way and rolled down their window and yelled a racial slur at the second driver, which spurred further arguing. The second driver went inside the store and was soon approach by the first driver in the deli section. They started arguing again and the first driver allegedly “chest bumped” the second driver. They separated and later when the second driver returned to his car, he found his car had been scratched by a sharp object.


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