Lake Forest Park Police Blotter 7-18 to 7-24-2011 - Coyotes, Sheep, Dogs, Goats

Sunday, August 21, 2011

By Diane Hettrick - categories are mine - reports are police

7-18 177xx 28 NE. Four coyotes killed a sheep.
7-18 177xx 28 NE. 22:02. Two agents from US Dept of Agriculture responded to Fish and Wildlife request to kill coyotes that killed the sheep. Checked in with Police to advise they were using thermal imaging and would be firing guns.
7-19 177xx 28 NE. 02:01 USDA agents are clear.
7-19 177xx 28 NE. Agent Matt from USDA said he was being followed by a neighbor who doesn't agree with what he is doing. Police spoke to woman and convinced her to find a different way to protest. Agent said he had coyote in sights but woman was moving vehicles around near his location.
7-20 177xx 28 NE. Woman and 3-4 friends walking up and down street with signs. KOMO News crew on scene.
7-21 189xx 40 Pl NE, 10:09am. Caller says there is a coyote in his drive. One recently ate his cat. Wants to know if he can discharge a weapon in city limits.
7-22 170xx28 NE. 3:18am. Matt from USDA advised he was on site.
7-23 169xx 28 NE 8:51am. Report of shots fired. Matt, USDA, says it wasn't him.
7-23 174xx 33 NE 9:45am. Fireworks.
7-23 169xx 28 NE. Matt, USDA, hunting coyotes.
7-24 158xx 35 NE 12:58am. Shots heard. Matt, USDA, says it wasn't him.
7-24 4:50am Matt, USDA, advised he was back in the area.

7-20 196xx 47 NE. Report that man has his pit bull dragging weights.
7-22 190xx 53 NE. Barking dog.

7-22 30xx NE 193. Question about permits and legality of goats in a greenbelt. Private property.
7-23 30xx NE 193. Neighbor still upset about goats. Said they are eating loudly.
7-24 30xx NE 193. Neighbor made third call about goats. Said neighbors are illegally cutting trees. Property owners are brother and sister who inherited when their mother died. Brother moved into house and discovered lots of garbage and junk on five acres of land. Hired goats to clear - same herd used during Goat Days. 220 goats clearing the brush. The herder used a hedge trimmer to clear a path for the electric fences used to keep goats confined. They have a permit from the City.

Not so civil matters
7-18 LFP Man wanted it on record that a friend of his ex-wife tried to run him off the road.
7-19 LFP Bank advised of failed attempt on account and man thinks his ex-wife and daughter are trying to access his bank account. Police advised him to change his user name and password.

And in other interpersonal relationships
7-19 LFP. Apartment manager brought a stranded female to the station. She's from Sequim and was at a concert in Woodinville with a friend. Friend pulled over in LFP and told her to get out. Police took her to Edmonds ferry but last boat had left. Left her at a motel.

Peddlers and homeless
7-21 184xx 47 Pl NE. Magazine peddlers.  7-23 171xx Bothell Wy. Served a warrant on a homeless man living in Acacia Cemetery.

Car talk
7-18 28xx NE 185. Car prowl. Took wallet and used charge cards
7-19 155xx Bothell Wy. Property manager said towing company towed wrong car and refuses to cooperate.
7-19 155xx Bothell Wy, apartments, 12:20am. Kids on balcony throwing eggs at tow truck driver conducting private impounds.
7-19 170xx Hamlin Rd NE. Car theft. Non-working vehicle stolen.
7-21 36xx NE 155. Car was keyed, possibly over dispute over parking space.
7-24 NE 163 / 35 NE. Car prowl. Window shattered, nothing taken.

Driving attentively - not
7-18 170xx Bothell Wy. Second-hand report of vehicle and bicycle traffic accident. Both were going around the corner at the same time and the vehicle hit the bicyclist. Police area check was negative.
7-18 14506 Bothell Wy. Taco Bell. Pedestrian hit by car coming out of Taco Bell. No known injuries. Driver apologized.

Time to stop driving
7-19xx192xx 51 NE. 90 year old with new Mercedes was backing out of his driveway, lost control and backed into neighbor's yard, nearly hitting neighbor. He revved engine in neutral, and drove out of yard. Two neighbors jumped in front of car to try to get him to stop. He kept driving slowly, coasting in neutral until neighbor reached in car and put it in park. He has refused to stop driving and his license will likely be suspended for an earlier traffic accident he caused in May.

7-23 173xx Burke Gilman Trail.  7-24 165xx Beach Dr.

Burglary and Theft
7-21 191xx Ballinger. Access through bedroom window. Took cash.  7-22 172xx 37 NE. Broke garage window, took skis.  7-22 160xx 30 NE. Bicycle stolen from front yard.

On the trail
7-18 178xx 40 NE. Report of a crash. Police found damage to a fiber optics box and a trail of gasoline leading to an address on Perkins and then to Bothell Way.

Know the law
7-21 52xx NE 187. Juveniles on skateboards, being careful to stay on the Kenmore side of the street.

Smile for the camera
7-19 155xx Bothell Wy. Citizen has question about a private surveillance camera aimed into the back yard of her building, with a sign that says "Smile, you are on camera."

Be on the lookout
7-24 170xx Brookside Blvd. Female pedestrian. Car stopped, two females got out and grabbed her purse. Smaller, older, vehicle with loud engine, white with black stripes on side. First female 17-21 years old, light brown hair in a bun. 115-125 lbs, 5-8".  Second female, driver, older white female, tanned skin, 35-70 years old. Blonde hair with brown roots. Hair past shoulders. 135-160 lbs, 5-7"


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