Possible court order violation involving two residents at Green Acres Mobile Home Park | Bothell police blotter for Dec. 26-Jan.8

Possible court order violation involving two residents at Green Acres Mobile Home Park | Bothell police blotter for Dec. 26-Jan.8

  • Thursday, January 18, 2018 4:00pm
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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.

Monday, Jan. 8

Warrant: Police responded to a suspicious subject call at Safeway involving a male in the men’s bathroom for upwards of three to four hours. The subject was contacted and found to have a DOC warrant for Escape Community Custody and for Theft 3rd out of KCSO. Both warrants were confirmed and the subject was booked at SCJ.

Saturday, Jan. 6

Court Order Violation: There was a possible court order violation involving two residents at Green Acres Mobile Home Park. The case has been referred to by the Bothell Prosecutor’s Office for review of charges.

Friday, Jan. 5

Residential Burglary: An employee of the city of Bothell reported to dispatchers that he had discovered that the back door of a city-owned property was damaged and had been forced open the 20400 block of 112th Ave. NE. The space was vacant and had no property inside. There are no suspects at this time.

Theft: An unknown suspect in a mid-2000s model of a Toyota Tacoma truck drove away from a gas station on the 18700 block of Bothell Way NE without paying for the fuel. The plate provided by the reporting party did not match the description provided. Responding officers were unable to locate the suspect’s vehicle during an area check. There are no further leads at this time.

Thursday, Jan. 4

Identity Theft: A victim reported that an unknown suspect unlawfully obtained their Home Depot credit card number and had made several fraudulent purchases. The purchases totaled in about $1,325. Home Depot sent the victim a letter letting them know that they would not be held liable for the fraudulent charges.

Vehicle Prowl: A Fred Meyer employee’s vehicle was broken into by an unknown suspect on the 21000 block of Bothell-Everett Highway. The victim’s purse, which contained a wallet, driver’s license, hairdresser’s license, $200 in cash, and a debit card, was taken. There was no damage to the vehicle, and it is unknown how entry was made.

Wednesday, Jan. 3

Malicious Mischief: An unknown suspect slashed the tires of a Bothell resident on three separate occassions between Dec. 25 and Dec. 31 on the 23000 block of 27th Ave. SE. According to the victim’s apartment management team, no other tenants have been targeted.

Tuesday, Jan. 2

Trespass Warning: A woman was given a trespass warning after locking herself in the restroom of the Starbucks on Bothell-Everett Highway for over 45 minutes. The woman had not been responding to verbal contact by employees prior to the warning. There was no sign of drug use or any other criminal activity.

Vehicle Theft: A victim reported that their pick-up truck was stolen sometime during the weekend of Jan. 1 on the 12000 block of 204th Pl. NE. It is unknown how the vehicle was entered and stolen. There is no suspect information at this time.

Tuesday, Dec. 27

Vehicle Prowling: A victim reported the King County Metro Ride share van, which her employer was leasing for them, was broken into overnight on the 14800 block of 102nd Ave. NE. The vehicle’s emergency roadside kit and the victim’s office chair were stolen. There is no suspect information at this time.

Monday, Dec. 26

Theft: A victim reported the theft of a package from his residence sometime between Dec. 20 and Dec. 20 on the 10500 block of 151st St NE. Package contained a cell phone, cell phone cover and a backpack.


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