Crime in Shoreline week ending 3-7-2016

Monday, March 14, 2016

Selected items from the Shoreline Police blotter, week ending March 7, 2016

Car prowls 204xx Dayton, 5xx N 200th, 21xx N 193rd, 201xx Dayton, 7xx N 200th, 201xx Fremont, 15xx 25th NE.
Different methods used on different days.

2-29  Man called 911, saying he had been given rat poison. Police went on an assist to Fire. Sent him to hospital on an involuntary commitment for mental evaluation.
2-29  Abandoned box truck blocking parking spaces at Twin Ponds Park.
2-29  Phone scammers convinced a woman she had won a Publishers Clearing House jackpot and got her to send them a check for $800.
2-29  Victim hired movers from Craig's List and they took things she didn't intend - jewelry, electronics.
3-1   Police called for possible domestic violence. Heard heated argument in apartment. Male refused to open door to police. They heard sounds of breaking glass inside and broke down the door. There was no assault, it was a heated verbal argument. Man arrested for obstructing an officer.
3-1  Son stole checks from father's construction business and wrote them to himself for $7700.
3-1  Victim had one vehicle broken into and the other stolen from 185xx Linden.
3-1  Unknown male walked in to Blue Bay Massage and stole the tv off the wall.
3-2  Found missing person while doing a Trespass from Home Depot. Person has been Trespassed from numerous Aurora Village businesses.
3-2  Residential burglary 16xx N 180th. Kicked in the back door and took a lot of items.
3-3  Electrical boxes stolen from construction site at 15xx NE 175th.
3-4  Mail theft from 7xx N 204th.
3-4  Phone scammer convinced resident that computer repairs were needed to fix Microsoft 10. Resident wired $2950 for "repairs".


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