Suspect steals iPad from stroller during wedding | Police blotter

The Bothell police blotter for Aug. 31 through Sept. 5.

  • Monday, September 17, 2018 10:46am
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Wednesday, Sept. 5

VUCSA: Suspects were stopped in a vehicle after leaving a known drug house on the 19000 block of Bothell Way Northeast. After receiving consent to search the vehicle, police found an electronic scale and a bindle baggy with a black tar substance.

Tuesday, Sept. 4

Theft: An unknown suspect stole a bicycle from the 11900 block of North Creek Parkway South.

Burglary: A victim reported that an unknown suspect reportedly attempted to break into her house on 234th Place Southwest. The suspect supposedly used trashcans to get over a gate and attempted to pick the lock of a door. After unlocking one and not finding success with the other lock, the victim suspects that the unknown suspect fled.

Monday, Sept. 3

Burglary: An unknown suspect stole Hydrocodone pills and $200 in cash from a residence on the 3300 block of 228th Street Southeast.

Friday, Aug. 31

Theft: A victim was attending a wedding at McMenamins when an unknown suspect stole an iPad from the lower storage compartment of her child’s stroller. She had parked the stroller outside of the reception area and when she returned to retrieve the stroller, she found the iPad was missing. The case is closed because there were no security cameras observing the stroller at the time of the theft and there was no other useful information to be found.

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