Man burns paper on overpass over highway | Police Blotter

Police blotter for June 4-10.

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June 4

Stolen car: At 12:33 p.m. in the 10300 block of Woodinville Drive, a caller reported a vehicle prowler who left the Kaysner Park and Ride in a green Honda. The car was later determined to have been stolen earlier in the day.

June 5

Dog bite: At 8:27 p.m. in the 100 block of 222nd Street Southwest, two subjects were on their daily walk during the evening. While walking near their neighbor, they saw two of the neighbor’s dogs running lose up the street. The neighbor was chasing after the dogs and yelling at them. One of the two subjects taking the stroll bent down and told the dogs to go away. One of the dogs responded by biting the male subject on his left arm.

June 7

Fake check: At 11:46 a.m. in the 19000 block of Bothell Way Northeast, a fraudulent check was mailed to an owner of a local coffee stand. She told officers that she received a USPS package in the mail with the fake cashier’s check inside. It was sent from Ohio with instructions to contact a male subject. The two phone numbers listed could not be tracked. The subject had no idea where the fake check was from and wanted it destroyed.

Stolen phone: At 1:07 p.m. in the 183000 block 120th Avenue Northeast, a man had his cell phone stolen from his shopping cart while at Home Depot. The manager said he would contact loss prevention to review video footage.

June 8

Useless blower: At 7:43 p.m. in the 8500 block of Northeast Bothell Way, suspect(s) broke into the Chain Saws Plus business by busting through a window. When officers arrived, responding to ongoing alarms, they found glass everywhere. Only one item is believed to have been stolen, a backpack blower. It had a burnt out motor.

Burning paper: At 8:23 p.m. at Northeast 195th Street, near Interstate 405, there were reports of a male staring at a fire on the overpass. He was also seen throwing things off the overpass. The man said he decided to burn some of his papers as he waited to catch the bus out of town. Police told the man he wasn’t allowed to burn paper on the sidewalk.

June 10

Wire transfer: At 9:39 a.m in the 20000 block of North Creek Parkway, the director of accounting with Verathon INC in Bothell reported that an unknown suspect had hijacked a vendor’s email and tricked the company into wiring more than $200,000.

It’s not your friend or his friend: At 11:33 a.m. in the 123800 block of 15th Avenue Southeast, a subject’s friend asked him to purchase $200 worth of gift cards and sent it to another friend. The subject bought the gift cards and sent the images to his friend’s friend via email. His friend then asked him to delete the email address. He complied. The subject then called the friend and learned someone had hacked his friend’s phone and posed as his friend in the text messages. The friend of the friend is fake too.


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