Crime in Shoreline A-Z: Burglar goes through doggie door

Monday, August 26, 2013


Crime in Shoreline A - Z
Aug 5-11, 2013

Every week - death investigations, suicide attempts, domestic violence investigations, child abuse, violent people with mental issues, arrest warrants, drivers with suspended license, runaway kids, wandering seniors

A -  Car stolen from 146xx Whitman - recovered in Lake Stevens before the owners knew it was gone

Alcohol and pedestrians - Police removed a drunken male who had wet himself and passed out in the Crest Theatre / Male drunk at Aurora Village Transit Center / Drunk on sidewalk at 160xx Aurora taken to detox

Assault - Two males got in a fight at 183xx 10th NE

Burglary - Crawled in through unlocked window at 199xx Linden / Shed forced open, mountain bike stolen 163xx Stone Ave N / Door kicked in at 145xx Interlaken while resident was grocery shopping / Burglar couldn't get window open so went through doggie door at 155xx 26th NE / Burglary at 25xx NE 195th / Burglar entered house through unsecured garage door while residents were sleeping at 14xx NW 188th

Car prowl - Punched in car lock, stole checkbook from car 199xx 19th NE / Laptop and bag stolen from vehicle at 192xx 12th NE

Cars and parts stolen – Ford Taurus stolen from 162xx 9th NE / Car stolen overnight from Viking Bar, recovered in Carkeek Park / Car stolen from driveway 150xx 26th NE / Delgri Auto Sales on Aurora - customer never returned from test drive / Motorcycle stolen from 17xx NW 193rd, recovered in Lynnwood / 

Crime in public places - Purse stolen from front seat of unlocked car at Fred Meyer / Cash and cell phone stolen from Spartan Recreation Center on 185th / Car parked in upper lot at Shay's broken into and tools and cigarettes taken / Car broken into at Shoreview Park and cooler taken

Found - Bicycle found at 180xx 1st NE / Stolen car dumped at Shoreline Library / Stolen vehicle at Haggen's parking lot, the two males in the vehicle fled on foot

Fraud - Unknown suspects gain account info and withdraw money from victim's account, using ATM machine at Fred Meyer 

Larceny, public places – Someone broke into Sears, stole jewelry, but left car keys in store and car in parking lot / Shoplift of clothing from GoodWill / Shoplift from Aurora Chevron / Shoplift of men's clothing from Marshall's / Thief broke into storage locker at apartment building 150xx NE 171st

Larceny, private - Aluminum ladder stolen from side yard at 202xx 21st NW / UPS package stolen from front porch 202xx 24th NW / Saxophone stolen by overnight guest

Mail theft - no mail theft this week

Mental issues - Person at Aurora McDonalds was high on meth, marijuana, and alcohol and threatening to hurt others

Neighbors - Dispute over property line and damage to surveyor's marker

Noise - Disturbance at The Dank Tank 17028 Aurora

Robbery - Known suspect held up man at gunpoint, then pistol-whipped him before running off 25xx NE 195th Pl

Threats - Verbal altercation turned physical, including threats with a hand gun / Acquaintance threatens to shoot victim in kneecap over stolen money

Trespass - Extremely intoxicated male at Viking Sports Bar grabbed microphone and began yelling racial slurs

Vandalism - Someone scratched a phone number into paint on back porch 175xx 5th NE / Arrested juvenile sets a picnic table on fire at Twin Ponds / Someone threw a rock thru vehicle window and dented a second vehicle 8xx NW 200th / Suspects used broken tiles littering Ridgecrest Elementary parking lot to throw at buses in the bus barn next door, damaging two buses. / Rocks thrown through classroom windows at Living Wisdom School on Perkins Way / Spray paint in men's room at Paramount School Park  / Rock through window of Living Wisely Thrift Shop on 15th NE / New tags at Richmond Beach Library park / New graffiti at Innis Arden Reserve

Z - Tenants fail to pay rent, get evicted, break in and damage property 12xx NE 188th

For other weeks of Crime in Shoreline, see the Features section on the front page.


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