Crime in Shoreline week ending 10-30-17 - mental breakdowns

Sunday, November 12, 2017

Photo by Steven H. Robinson
Selected items from the Shoreline police blotter, week ending October 30, 2017.

10-23  Residential burglary 5xx NE 180th, pried open door.
10-24  During enforcement patrol on Interurban Trail at 145th, cited a repeat offender with alcohol.
10-24  Attempted commercial burglary at KK Smoke Shop, 14610 15th NE.
10-24  Subject transported for detox after found passed out drunk, blocking door to Pho 99 restaurant at 199th and Aurora.
10-24  24 Hour Fitness - lock cut and items stolen from locker.
10-25  Male waving a knife around at NE 175th and 15th NE was taken in for mental evaluation.
10-25  Male wandering around Costco lot was taken for mental evaluation.
10-25  Residential burglary 193xx Aurora. Forced entry. Took jewelry, electronics, golf equipment,
10-25  Resident in assisted living home sent for involuntary commitment for the 4th time in two weeks after taking clothes off and breaking things.
10-27  Male reported he had been assaulted in an argument over drugs in a house where he had been couch surfing. Didn't want to pursue assault charges, just wanted help getting his things.
10-27  Shoplifter assaults Aurora Safeway loss prevention officer and is booked.
10-28  Found two males inside locked construction site on Aurora at 1:30am.
10-28  Attempted burglary at Ballinger Hair Masters.
10-29  Subject passed out behind the wheel of vehicle in Jack in the Box drive thru with transmission in drive.
10-29  Someone stole a briefcase containing a computer and wallet from an unlocked car on NW 201st.
10-29  Female picked up on street at NE 177th and 15th NE taken for mental evaluation.



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