ICOB burglary: At 10:25 a.m. in the 3300 block of Monte Villa Parkway, someone broke into the Islamic Center of Bothell. Someone took light fixtures, a thermostat and the indoor security cameras. A solid wood door and the kitchen counter appeared to be damaged by a crow bar.
Rent-a-car fraud: At 4:19 p.m. in the 1700 block of 243rd Place Southeast, a subject reported that her sister-in-law, who lives in New Mexico, received a phone call from Enterprise Rent-a-Car about a car rented in her name that had not been returned. The subject’s husband also got a phone call from Enterprise saying a Ford Expedition was rented in his wife’s name from a Michigan location. The subject later got a package in the mail — it contained paperwork from AVIS located at the Las Vegas airport. It said the subject had a Buick that needed to be returned.
Prowled work car: At 5:36 p.m. in the 1600 block of 228th Street Southeast, a subject reported that his work car was prowled overnight. The passenger side window was broken and tools were stolen. They included a Makita Tool set, a Dewalt charger, a bag with electronic tools and a bag with hand tools.
Stolen bike: At 5:04 a.m. in the 24000 block of Bothell-Everett Highway, a victim’s bike was stolen from a motorhome bike rack, while parked at Lake Pleasant. The bike was a specialized mountain bike valued at $5,000.
Angry grandson: At 11:24 p.m. in the 15300 block of 110th Avenue Northeast, an adult grandson who lives with his grandparents got angry and tore his bedroom door off the hinges. The grandson also took the base unit for the cordless house phone, so his grandma could not call 911.
Graffiti: At 10:21 a.m. in the 19500 block of 88th Avenue Southeast, officers were dispatched to Westhill Elementary, where janitorial staff found graffiti. There was also graffiti at the neighboring Sorenson School. Permanent marker was used on the side of the building. The paintings were of a phallus and the word “wetard.”
Mail theft: At 10:51 a.m. in the 23900 15th Avenue Southeast, a subject reported that her mail was stolen. She learned of the theft when she received late notices from the PUD and fraudulent activity on her Bank of America debit card. She believes her mail was stolen sometime in early June. That’s when her mother-in-law’s mail was stolen. The unknown suspect made a $10 purchase for an online dating site.