Crime in Shoreline weeks ending Dec 12

Sunday, December 18, 2016

Selected items from the Shoreline Police blotter, for three weeks ending December 12, 2016.

A lot of Trespasses as cold weather drives drug addicts / mentally ill people into businesses.
Many car prowls, often with car windows broken out.
An unusual number of natural deaths.
Increase in domestic violence cases, including violation of protection orders, harassment.

11-20  Customer at Barista's Coffee at N 163rd and Aurora tried to pass a counterfeit $100 bill, then brandished a gun.
11-22  Employee fraudulently modifying and recashing paychecks.
11-22  Personal keys stolen from Y.
11-22  Green laser discharged at Guardian One helicopter. Suspect contacted.
11-22  Male reported that his stepfather and friend choked him. Male has mental issues, it was determined that no assault took place.
11-22  Male transported to hospital after using heroin in bathroom at Ballinger McDonalds.
11-25  Suspect broke window at Richmond Beach QFC to steal alcohol.
11-25  Bus shelters at 150th and 15th NE and N 175th and 15th NE spray painted with graffiti.
11-26  Male Trespassed from Value Pet clinic after taking drugs and harassing employees.
11-26  Resident of group home damages window after dispute over TV remote.
11-28  Subject Trespassed after passing out in Trader Joe's bathroom.
11-30  Subject Trespassed after drinking tequila in Ballinger Starbucks.
12-01  Delivery driver robbed in alley behind Le's Pho Thai by four males.
12-02  Lovers Pantry robbed by male who displayed a gun in his waistband.
12-02  Male used counterfeit $50 to obtain driver's license at Shoreline DOL.
12-03  Mentally ill woman found sitting in the bushes in Westminster Triangle, digging dirt from a planter box with her hands and putting it in a garbage bag.
12-05  Alaska Federal Credit Union robbed by male who used a note, implied he had a gun.
12-05  Residential burglary 180xx 15th NW.
12-05  Vehicle stolen from Shoreline park n ride.
12-08  Attempted burglary at 193xx 3rd NW.
12-11  Aurora Safeway contacted police to have a shoplifter Trespassed for stealing one soda, but he had outstanding warrants and was arrested.



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