Crime in Shoreline A-Z: Don't jaywalk in front of police cars

Sunday, June 2, 2013

Photo by Steven H. Robinson

Crime in Shoreline A - Z
May 15-20, 2013

A - Woman called to report smelling a bomb at Fred Meyer - later found to be off her antipsychotic meds and on meth / Same woman later pulled the fire alarm in her apartment building, saying she could smell a bomb / Same woman called for emergency medical treatment which was unnecessary

Alcohol DUI - Stopped for speeding, arrested for DUI / Stopped for failure to yield, arrested for DUI / Driver stopped for driving without headlights after witness reported he was driving north in a southbound lane of Aurora, DUI /  DUI 157th and Aurora / Drunk driver doesn't stop at a dead end street and crashes into parked car

Alcohol and pedestrians - Woman vomiting in the street 182xx 6th NW was taken for detox / Male drinking alcohol on bus refuses to get off at the end of the line at the Aurora Village transfer station / Man passed out drunk at Aurora Transit center had misdemeanor warrants from Lynnwood - booked Lynnwood jail / Caught someone in Richmond Beach park with alcohol / Extremely intoxicated person calls 911 for emergency medical aid to injured foot. Foot did not require emergency care but person transported for detox / Drunken jaywalker at 185th and Aurora kicked a fully marked police car - charged with vandalism / Fake $100 bill found on passed out drunk

Animals - Runner bitten by German Shepherd 197xx 1st NE - runner chased owner and dog but they fled

Arrest - Two people in a car in a business parking lot after hours were found to have outstanding warrants / 23 year old son sets off alarm in Mom's apartment and is arrested in misdemeanor warrant /

Ballinger Commons - Bicycle missing from 1st floor balcony apartment / Broke into weight room and stole wall TV / Car stolen from parking lot / Stolen vehicle found in parking area / Stolen license plate recovered from car, owner interrupted attempt to get second plate

Blakeley Apts - Resident reported that someone tried to enter her apartment at night, using a key. They were thwarted by second deadbolt.

Burglary - Pushed in bathroom window at 17xx NE 147th / Locked office at Einstein entered / Victim thinks he left keys in apartment door - Nintendo Wii and a pair of shoes are missing / Suspects dressed in white force their way in the door of the SeaShore marijuana collective / 3xx N 200th secluded home with lots of foliage blocks neighbors view of house / 21xx N 200 back door forced open, laptops taken / 250 feet of power cords stolen from construction site / 5xx NE 200th front door kicked in, just a few doors from burglary the day before / 18xx N 165th burglar broke a hole in back door and unlocked it to get in / 175xx Wallingford N pry bar used to open back door

Car prowl - 2 vehicles at Richmond Beach Park / 185xx 1st NE / 202xx 21st NW / Laptop from possibly unlocked car in driveway of home 202xx 23rd NW / City Hall parking lot / Richmond Beach West Townhomes - got briefcase / 1xx NE 147 / 15xx NE 150th property taken was dumped in nearby bushes / St Luke's School, stole laptop / Shoreline CC stole camera

Cars and parts stolen – Attempt to steal scooter from porch at 23xx N 185th / Catalytic converter stolen from car in driveway 175xx Dayton N / Motorized and street-legal scooter stolen from Shoreline Center / Vehicle stolen from Costco parking lot / Vehicle stolen 153xx 27th / Car stolen from 160xx 27th NE found down the street / Costco employee's car stolen while he was at work / License plate stolen 175xx 10th NE

Cars stolen from car lots - Removed auto hood from vehicle at Harvy's Auto Sales / Auto lot reports that buyer used fraudulent ID to purchase a car / Car stolen from D and Y Auto Sales / 

Disturbances - Two male roommates get in a fight and one gives the other a bloody nose

Found - Recovered stolen vehicle on 12th NE / Woman on 180xx Ashworth found two tote bags full of stolen goods in her yard bin / Victim spots stolen property in cab of pickup / Man tried to open front door of residence, was followed, detained, and discovered to be missing from Group Home / Stolen car found in Haggen's parking lot / 

Larceny, businesses –  Shoplifter stole jeans and t-shirts from Sears / Gold necklace from Pawn America / Shoplifter caught at Goodwill and items recovered / Theft from Goodwill / Man grabs liquor from North City Safeway and gets away on bicycle / Alcohol from Aurora Safeway / Shoplifting at Aurora Safeway / 

Larceny, private - Cell phone stolen from car in Shoreline UU Church parking lot / Stole guitar from unlocked car trunk / Son stole painting off the wall of parents' home / Craig's List purchase goes bad when buyer runs off with the goods / Customer's keys and thumbdrive taken from counter at North City post office / Man arrested for stealing gasoline from car and damaging it in the process / Missing wallet and phone from restroom at Aurora McDonalds / 

Mail theft -  195xx 14th NE / 183xx Ashworth / 160xx 11th NE 

Traffic complaint - Person concerned about elderly neighbor who drives recklessly along NW 156th, says on several occasions she has run the car into her own house

Trespassed from - Aurora Safeway

Vandalism - Two towing vehicles in Pepper Tree lot keyed - there was an eyewitness / Tagging behind Fred Meyer / Spray paint on fence facing Interurban Trail / Transit Center / Echo Lake Park / Tires slashed 7xx N 197th / Tagging at Shoreline Park / N 172nd rear window of car broken out / Angry juvenile breaks down mother's door / All windows broken out of car at 3xx NW 182nd

Weapons - Shorewood student had airsoft pistol in backpack

Z - Resident of Casa Blanca Apts says that someone has broken into his apartment and replaced the door knob, door jamb, switch plates, and peep hole. No evidence of this / Client from methadone clinic jaywalks in front of police car. Found to have warrant from Marysville. Attempts to walk away, detained, starts hitting head against window of patrol car. Dual restraints.

For other weeks of Crime in Shoreline, see the Features section on the front page.


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