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Police blotter for July 30 - Aug. 4.

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July 30

Bulky-item thieving: At 2:07 p.m. in the 22600 block of Bothell-Everett Highway, a man left Big 5 Sporting Goods with a bulky item under his clothing. It was not there when he entered the store.

July 31

No gas for you: At 4:19 a.m. in the 22700 block of Bothell-Everett Highway, a female was upset due to her credit card declining at a local gas station. The officer who responded noticed she was stumbling a bit and slurring her words. Her eyes were droopy and she was swaying side to side. She also smelled of booze.

Aug. 1

Burglary: At 10:07 a.m. in the 2100 block of 228th Place Southeast, a subject returned home and heard a loud noise coming from his bedroom. They ran to their room and saw that the sliding door to the bedroom was open and the suspect was gone. The victim said he did not see the suspect but was sure he left through the bedroom back door.

Aug. 3

Tire poking: At 11:20 a.m. in the 16600 block of 122nd Avenue Northeast, someone came to the victim’s house at some point overnight and put holes in her car’s left tires. Both tires were deflated and not repairable. The victim suspects her ex-boyfriend. She broke up with him about one week prior but last saw him for an intimate encounter about two nights earlier.

Taking the dog away: At 11:57 a.m. in the 20400 block of 31st Drive Southeast, a woman’s nephew became upset when she wouldn’t let him have the family dog. Then the 30-year-old man tried to push his way around his aunt to obtain the dog and the woman fell “due to clutter” in the residence.

Aug. 4

Fraudulent membership spree: At 2:28 p.m.in the 22400 block of 1st Drive Southeast, a subject reported that someone somehow obtained their credit card information and attempted to make charges against his account. On Friday he received emails from Expedia welcoming him as a member. On Saturday, an email from Dramabit.com came in welcoming him as a member. Emails also came in from Bodyfitnessusa.com and Publicseek.com. The victim did not sign up for any of these websites.


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