Crime in Shoreline week ending 10-23 - crime spree of residential burglaries

Sunday, November 5, 2017

Photo by Steven H. Robinson
Selected items from the Shoreline Police blotter week ending October 23, 2017

Trending this week: residential burglaries, smashed windshields

10-10 Burglary 162xx 6th NE - non-forced entry through window.
10-11 Woman intoxicated by multiple substances fell at bus stop and hit her head, bleeding profusely.
10-12 Taco Bell burglarized and safe opened with key.
10-13 Suspect had a cab waiting while he attempted to withdraw money from Bank of America on NE 205th with a forged check but fled on foot when police arrived.
10-14 Suspect headbutted a patron in the Viking Sports Bar.
10-15 18xx NE 167 - rock through bedroom window and all windows on vehicle.
10-16 204xx 12th NW - side of vehicle dented with Nike shoe.
10-16 Driver of truck deliberately rammed into another vehicle on Aurora.
10-16 A welfare check for children whose mother was arrested found them in the care of a subject with an out of state felony warrant. Subject arrested and children returned to their father.
10-16 Man missing from shelter in Seattle found on street in Shoreline.
10-16 158xx 8th NE home burglarized through rear window.
10-16 155xx 8th NE homeowner came home while burglar was breaking back window.
10-16 162xx 8th NE home burglarized through rear window - took screens off and popped window.
10-17 6xx NW 163rd home burglarized and safe ripped from wall. Credit cards in safe used.
10-19 Resident fell victim to the jury duty scam and paid $2250 to scammer.
10-19 193xx Linden home burglarized.
10-19 162xx 8th NE home burglarized - used rock to smash window.
10-19 Linden Highlands apartment burglarized by three men who kicked in the door.
10-19 Strongarm robbery of purse in doorway of BECU at Gateway Plaza.
10-20 180xx N 167th home burglarized - door kicked in.
10-21 Graffiti at Echo Lake Park.


1 comments:

Anonymous,  November 6, 2017 at 10:44 AM  

Looks like some residents on 8th NE need some security cameras

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