Sunday, September 11, 2016
Selected items from the Shoreline Police blotter, week ending September 6, 2015.
8-26 Woman repeatedly punched in face by finance, who fled the scene. K9 track unsuccessful.
8-27 Spin Alley burglarized by someone with keys and codes and combination to safe. $4000 missing.
8-28 Confrontation between 86 year old pedestrian and female rollerblader at Paramount School Park.
8-28 Unprovoked assault on Shorecrest soccer field leaves victim unconscious. Transported to hospital with non life threatening injuries.
8-28 Person taken from Aurora MacDonald's for alcohol detox.
8-28 Person contacted after dark in Echo Lake Park arrested on outstanding warrants.
8-29 Police contacted male found on resident's deck on Firlands Way in suspicious circumstances.
8-29 Male saw his ex-wife expose a breast at Shari's Restaurant and called police. She was charged with indecent exposure.
8-29 Male Trespassed from St. Dunstan's for sleeping naked on property.
8-29 Two women shoplifted 2 massagers and 9 vibrators from Lover's Package, then threatened to punch clerk in face if they were followed. Value $2,249.
8-29 Three kids started a fire in the shrubbery near the Y.
8-30 Vacant home for sale on Perkins Way was burglarized and tools stolen.
8-31 Drunken female on sidewalk in front of Goodwill taken for detox.
8-31 Horizon school burglarized by someone with entry codes.
8-31 Service Alternatives, which runs group home, discovers fraud during audit.
9-01 Man arrested for assaulting his wife while both were at Club Hollywood.
9-01 Subject drove up to Java Jane coffee stand at 145th and 15th, asked for coffee, then stole the tip jar and drove off.
9-01 Burglary at 165xx 1st NE.
9-01 Male with alcohol at Richmond Highland Park was arrested on outstanding warrants.
9-02 87 year old male wanders from group home at night, to a neighbor's house.
9-03 Person Trespassed from Echo Lake Park, booked on a warrant, and charged with obstructing an officer for lying about his name.
9-03 Person is booked on warrants after driving away from a police stop.