Crime in Shoreline A-Z: Homeowner uses Bear Spray against trespasser

Monday, September 23, 2013

Photo by Steven H. Robinson

Crime in Shoreline A - Z
August 27- Sept 2, 2013

Every week - death investigations, suicide attempts, domestic violence, child abuse, violent people with mental issues, arrest warrants, drivers with suspended license, credit card identify theft, runaway kids, wandering seniors, well-being checks, natural deaths, driving violations with DUI drivers, tracking sex offenders - and here's the rest:

A - Homeless man climbed over back fence into yard - homeowner sprays him with an entire can of Bear Spray

Alcohol and pedestrians - Picked up a drunk at 145th and Interlake - he had outstanding warrants so they handed him off to Kirkland

Arrest - Person passed out in bus shelter at SCC was booked for violating previous Trespass / Individual who refused to leave the Hideaway Casino had an outstanding warrant and was in possession of narcotics

Assault - Road rage incident at 175th and Aurora - one side spits on the other / Man stabs his father with a knife

Bicycle - Stolen from condo at 165xx 5th NE

Burglary - Repeat burglary at 175xx Wallingford - suspect's photo taken as he came through bathroom window / Broke in thru rear slider at 148xx Interlake N / Tools stolen from detached shed 197xx Forest Park Dr / Stole tools and equipment from locked storage in carport at 200xx 8th NW / Burglar cut screen to enter unlocked bathroom window at 12xx NW 168th - burglar may still have been in home when homeowner returned

Car prowl - 198xx Ashworth / Several vehicles at Ballinger Commons on Bagley / Whitman Plaza Apts / 5xx NW 203rd / Private, locked parking garage at The Blakeley / 151xx Stone Ln N / 202xx 23rd Pl NW

Cars and parts stolen – 1995 Honda Civic stolen from Big 5 parking lot / 148xx 6th NE car stolen from in front of residence / Attempt to steal car by reprogramming key 192xx 15th NW / License plates stolen from car at Seattle Golf Club / Car stolen from B and Y Auto Repair

Domestic violence - Brother v brother / Mother son / Father son / Father son / Father son

Found - Stolen car found at 145th Arco station, driver detained / Bicycle stroller with toolbox and backpack found on cut-thru trail in Innis Arden / Property from a stolen vehicle was dumped and found / Recovered stolen auto at Goodwill parking lot

Larceny, public places –  Sears shoplift / Cell phone stolen from cart at Home Depot / Merchandise from Costco / Phone and iPad stolen from Shorecrest athletic locker / Purse stolen from back room at Jersey Mike's via open security door to parking lot / Theft from Home Depot / Man in wheelchair suspected of theft from Ballinger Rite Aid / Costco female tried returns with fake receipt / Purse stolen from car at convenience store / NAPA auto parts / Wallet and cell phone stolen from office of Evergreen RV / Cell phone stolen outside of Shari's Restaurant / Big 5 Sporting Goods

Larceny, grocery stores - Shoplifter who tried to exit Haggen's with a six-pack of beer was Trespassed / Alcohol from Aurora Safeway / Fred Meyer customer got a back pack and filled it with deli food and 4 bottles of Crown Royal / Suspect concealed liquor and ID in backpack but dropped it when exiting Aurora Safeway / 5' blonde female filled her cart at Aurora Safeway and wheeled it out the door / Shoplifter stole alcohol from Haggen's - merchandise recovered / Female Trespassed from Haggen's after shoplifting

Larceny, private residences - Items stolen from under open porch at 8xx NW 203rd / Tool bag taken from back of truck at Forest Villa

Mail theft - 8xx NE 202nd

Trespass - From Aurora Safeway after creating a disturbance when being denied sale of alcohol

Vandalism - Mailbox vandalized 163xx 25 NE / Fight between two males resulted in damage to fence 167xx N Park / Front yard egged at 2xx NW 203rd - this is an ongoing occurrence

Vandalism in public places - Tags on posts at Echo Lake Park / Side mirrors knocked off car in parking lot at 150xx Aurora - waiting for business video

Z - Shoplifter concealed $99 worth of goods from Home Depot down his pants

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


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