Man relieves Wi-Fi frustrations on aunt’s door | Police Blotter

Police blotter for April 9-14.

  • Monday, April 22, 2019 3:30pm
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April 9

Health care conflict: At 7 p.m. in the 700 block of 228th Street Southwest, roommates at a residential health care facility got into an argument. The pair had been fighting over one roommate allegedly making too much noise and the other roommate stating “he could not take it anymore.” The annoyed resident threw a pillow at the other. There were no injuries and the patients were separated into different rooms.

Shoplifter: At 8:08 p.m. in the 22600 block of Bothell-Everett Highway, an unknown male suspect stole a pair of Smith & Wesson brand “Ranger SZ WR” boots priced at $99.99. There was no suspect information and the case closed unless the suspect is later identified.

April 10

Stolen TV: At 1:20 p.m. in the 11700 block of Northeast 195th Street, a caller reported that someone took their new television from an office building undergoing renovation. The TV was still in the box and was to be installed in the business’s new location. It was estimated at being a $700 value.

Fake trip permit: At 8:13 p.m. in the 21000 block of Bothell-Everett Highway, while an officer was on patrol at Fred Meyer he noticed a car with no plate on it and discovered it had a forged trip permit displayed. The owner, a female from Renton, had a total of five trip permits and was charged for attempted forgery.

April 11

Car theft: At 6:21 a.m. in the 10300 block of East Riverside Drive, someone reported their vehicle had been stolen from the driveway. Her boyfriend had taken the car to get some gas, and when he returned, he left the car running in the driveway as he went inside to notify his girlfriend he was back. A couple minutes later they discovered the car was gone.

April 13

No wi-fi for you: At 10:04 p.m. in the 22700 block of 4th Avenue Southeast, next-door neighbors who are also related got into a dispute about wi-fi. The man was allegedly playing his music loud and angry at his aunt. The subject’s aunt refused to give the man the wi-fi password. She claimed he never paid has share of the bill. He told officers he did. After officers left, the man relieved himself on her front door. The woman opened the door and caught him in the act. The man zipped his pants, laughed and jumped into his Chrysler 200 before burning out of the driveway. Officers discovered, before locating the suspect, that he had been booked into Lynnwood Jail for driving under the influence.

April 14

Toilet noises: At 9:31 p.m. in the 21200 block of Bothell-Everett Highway, an officer was dispatched to the Red Robin. Employees called to report a female had entered the men’s restroom and was refusing to come out. When she was asked to come out, an employee said she could hear a noise that sounded like the woman was trying to disassemble the toilet. A hypodermic needle was found in the tank. The woman was trespassed from the premises.


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