Suspect rips up resident’s rose bushes | Police blotter

The Bothell police blotter for Nov. 20 through 22.

  • Thursday, November 29, 2018 3:30pm
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Tuesday, Nov. 20

Vehicle Prowl: A subject came from the sidewalk from the east, heading west at 4:36 a.m. on the 1500 block of 242nd Street Southeast. They first tried the door of a Pilot and found it to be locked. They then tried the door of a TSX and it was unlocked. The subject rifled through the compartments accessible through the driver’s door and didn’t find anything of value. They then popped the trunk and found it to be empty. The subject then left the property heading west on the sidewalk again at 4:38 a.m. The door and trunk of the vehicle were left ajar which is why the victim discovered someone had been in them. Security camera footage has been given to the police.

Theft: A male suspect was arrested for shoplifting a breakfast sandwich and sushi totaling in $14.03 from the Food for thought coffee shop on the University of Washington Bothell Campus.

Motor Vehicle Theft: A suspect broke into an unlocked vehicle on the 10600 block of Northeast 18th Street. The suspect stole the vehicle while the owners was inside a nearby facility.

Theft: Two male suspect stole two drills from the Bothell Home Depot.

Thursday, Nov. 22

DUI: A suspect was stopped and arrested for investigation of DUI after they reversed for 30 feet on State Route 527 Southeast. The suspect then made a U-turn and was pulled over after speeding.

Malicious Mischief: An unknown suspect ripped up a victim’s rose bushes on the 10300 block of Northeast 200th Street.


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