Shoreline home raided

Friday, May 17, 2013

According to our news partner KING 5, 
Deputies raided a Shoreline home Thursday and seized guns, other weapons and drugs. They also found stolen property worth approximately $100,000 that deputies say was "floor to ceiling" in the home.

From the Shoreline Police:

This morning shortly after 5:00 a.m. the Shoreline Police and KCSO TAC 30 served a narcotics search warrant at a residence in the 1300 block of North 169th St.

Six subjects were inside the residence and arrested for outstanding warrants and/or investigation of Violation of the Uniformed Controlled Substances Act.. All were booked into the King County Jail and/or the Snohomish County Jail.

Detectives recovered suspected methamphetamine and black tar heroin. In addition they also recovered a large amount of suspected stolen property to include computers, musical instruments, power tools, hand tools etc....

Detectives also recovered a loaded shotgun and a handgun. During the search Detectives recovered homemade blasting caps and a pipe type bomb. The King County Sheriff's Office Bomb Disposal Unit responded and made the bomb safe. 

It will take several weeks for the Detectives to go through the property in an attempt to identify owners and return the property if possible.

Our thanks to CRT and Code Enforcement for their prompt response and assistance.

We are in contact with the Property Owner and will work in a cooperative effort to clean up the property and restore peace and safety back to the neighborhood.


Anonymous,  May 17, 2013 at 7:58 AM  

Thanks to code enforcement & CRT for prompt assistance? That is the SECOND time in six months the police have raided that house, six months isn't prompt.

Anonymous,  May 29, 2013 at 5:00 PM  

And they are already back in the house! Nice work all around, what a joke. The owner of the house sounds like he is in on the whole thing anyway.

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