Suspect spray-paints ‘Strange’ onto Panera Bread | Police blotter

The Bothell police blotter for Oct. 7 through 13.

  • Friday, October 19, 2018 4:00pm
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Saturday, Oct. 13

DUI: A suspect was arrested for DUI in the 14500 block of Juanita Woodinville Way Northeast. The officer reported that the suspect was making lane violations and was obviously intoxicated upon contact.

Thursday, Oct. 11

Vehicle Prowl: An unknown suspect smashed out a window to the victim’s vehicle and stole her backpack containing her wallet and silver Macbook Air on the 19100 block of 112th Avenue Northeast.

DUI: A suspect was arrested for investigation of DUI on the 24000 block of State Route 527 Southeast, she refused to provide a breath sample and was booked to Snohomish County Jail after a warrant was obtained for her blood and she was confirmed for DUI.

Wednesday, Oct. 10

Graffiti: An unknown suspect painted the word “Strange” in light blue paint on the corner wall of Panera Bread.

Tuesday, Oct. 9

Vehicle Prowl: A victim’s vehicle was prowled overnight on the 200 block of 219th Place Southwest. The suspect broke a window and stole a backpack.

Theft: An unknown suspect stole a baby stroller from a residence on the 10500 block of Northeast 187th Street.

Theft: An unidentified adult male attempted to steal $53 worth of merchandise from a store on the 21000 block of State Route 527 Southeast. The suspect was contacted outside by store loss prevention, and handed merchandise back before fleeing the scene. An area check was conducted for suspect but was unsuccessful. There are no leads at this time.

Sunday, Oct. 7

Vehicle Prowl: A suspect prowled a vehicle and stole paperwork on the 10500 block of Northeast 187th Street.


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