Crime in Shoreline week ending 6-26 - vehicle thefts and a few burglaries

Sunday, July 9, 2017

Selected items from the Shoreline police blotter week ending June 26, 2017

Theft at Y
Shoreline Motel: car stolen

6-14  Problem with homeless man in wheelchair who is threatening people in Aurora Square with a knife and broken glass.
6-16  Motorcycle stolen from underground garage at Malmo.
6-17  Stolen vehicle recovered.
6-17  Vehicle stolen from 179xx Linden.
6-18  Residents blocked large dog door with an air conditioner, but burglars removed A/C and crawled in.
6-18  Attempted auto theft 167xx Whitman.
6-18  Attempted auto theft 163xx Densmore.
6-18  Basement burglarized, possibly while residents were home 18xx N 205th.
6-19  Vehicle stolen in Seattle recovered in parking lot on Aurora.
6-19  Burglary 199xx 20th NE.
6-19  Window broken in possible attempted burglary on NE 155th.
6-20  Man contacted after causing a disturbance at a local residence; arrested on multiple warrants.
6-20  Stolen vehicle recovered at 167xx Whitman N.
6-20  Stolen vehicle recovered at 147xx 20th NE.
6-21  Vehicle stolen from 167xx Whitman.
6-21  Pedestrian violation turns into foot pursuit and arrest for felony warrant.
6-21  Parents tired of their son coming home with things he has stolen.
6-22  Two people contacted for sleeping in Sears parking lot arrested on felony warrants.
6-22  Dockside Cannabis - burglars cut power to building and pried open the rear door but fled when alarm sounded.
6-22  Vehicle stolen from Aurora Village park n ride.
6-22  Vehicle stolen from behind business on Ballinger Way after leaving it unlocked with keys in it.
6-22  Vehicle stolen from N Jackson park n ride on 147th and 5th NE.
6-23  Scooter stolen from bike rack at Shoreline library.
6-23  One person assaulted the other with a baseball bat and knocked out his tooth.
6-24  Garage on Linden broken into and luggage rack taken.
6-24  Front door lock damaged in attempted burglary on 14th NE.



2 comments:

Anonymous,  July 12, 2017 at 8:16 AM  

Am I the only one who notices that the YMCA is on here every single month? They really seem to have a problem they cannot get under control. I have cancelled my membership because of this.

Anonymous,  July 14, 2017 at 5:48 PM  

I belong to the Y and just keep my car keys and driver's license in a zipped shirt or pant pocket. Using a locker is risky even if you bring a lock from home. Lockers are always being reported as being broken into. You just have to be careful by not carrying anything valuable that you could set down or have misplaced that could become lost or stolen. The reporting makes us aware of what we need to make ourselves less vulnerable to being a crime victim. I say this after having my designer sunglasses left on the treadmill, came back and they were gone. Never turned in to the staff or the front office.

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