Crime in Shoreline week ending 3-14-16

Sunday, March 20, 2016

Selected items from the Shoreline Police Blotter, week ending 3-14-2016

Shoplifting incidents at Sears, Home Depot, Fred Meyer, Thriftway, Safeway.

3-1  Someone broke the lock on the front door of Sylvia's Swimwear in Ballinger Village but was apparently scared off by the alarm.
3-5  Suicidal woman riding the bus at 185th and Aurora, wearing only bra and panties, was sent to hospital on an involuntary commitment.
3-5  Man with schizophrenia, off his meds, in traffic at 180th and Aurora waving a 7" bread knife, was sent on an involuntary commitment.
3-5  Stroller found abandoned at Paramount Park.
3-6  Elderly, drunk male making a scene at Aurora McDonalds had DUI warrants from Everett. Booked into King County jail.
3-7  Thief who stole car from driveway at 13xx N 155th got a bonus because there was a loaded handgun and ammo in the vehicle.
3-7  Forced entry to shed at 24xx NE 205th but nothing taken.
3-7  Burglary 192xx 11th NE - entry through locked garage. Took jewelry, money, and checked out medicine cabinets.
3-7  Shoplifter who had been Trespassed from Fred Meyer the day before for shoplifting will be charged with theft.
3-7  Illegal, ongoing dumping of trash along 148xx Stone Ave N.
3-7  Man shoplifted alcohol from Safeway, was caught driving away and charged with driving with no interlock device and a suspended license.
3-7  Man who was kicked out of cold weather homeless shelter at Prince of Peace church made threats to staff and was Trespassed.
3-8  Car stolen from Trader Joe's parking lot when driver left purse, with keys, in car.
3-10  Speaker stole from JoyBringers Church 145xx Westminster Way.
3-10  Forced entry to Korean BBQ at 15740 Aurora, nothing taken.
3-11  Sound and lighting equipment stolen from Trinity Presbyterian Church.
3-11  Bone and boots found under house, bone taken to Medical Examiner for investigation.
3-11  Resident found her stolen auto in a parking lot on N 165th.
3-12  Driver found slumped in vehicle with deployed air bag arrested for DUI.


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