Crime in Shoreline A-Z - A problem week for Home Depot parking lot

Monday, November 25, 2013

Crime in Shoreline A - Z
11-18 to 11-24-2013

Every week - death investigations, suicide attempts, domestic violence, violent people with mental issues, suicide attempts, 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 - In fight over custody of dog, one person punches the other in the face - arrested on 4th degree assault

Alcohol / Drugs  - Person too drunk to walk down the street requests detox / Person on Midvale inebriated, maced, unable to care for himself / Woman who appeared in court extremely drunk was taken for detox / Man with needle in his arm at AV Starbucks / Person overdoses after snorting oxycontin in Home Depot parking lot

Assault - Victim believes he interrupted a car prowl when he was attacked by three suspects and cut with a utility knife in the parking lot at Home Depot

Burglary - House for sale burglarized at 168xx 15th NE / Front door forced open at 174xx 14th NW / Storage unit burglarized at 14900 Aurora / Entered truck, then house 185xx Springdale Ct / Garage and two vehicles entered 14xx NW 185th / Burglar interrupted at unoccupied house at 145xx Stone, 2nd suspect flees

Car prowl - 192xx 6th Pl NW / 192xx 7th Pl NW / 11-18 20:15 192xx 6th Pl NW / 168xx 18th NE / 201xx 7th NE / 155xx Ashworth / 15xx NE Perkins Way / 14xx NW 186th / 10 NW 178th / 6xx 185th Ct

Cars and parts stolen – 1990 Honda Accord stolen from Fred Meyer parking lot / Car stolen from Ballinger Commons / Vehicle stolen 11xx N 205th / 2002 Honda stolen from Ballinger Commons / Catalytic converter cut from car in Home Depot parking lot

Domestic disturbance - Mother pawned her son's guitar without his permission / Drug addicted son steals parents' checks and forges signature 

Fraud - Victim deposits check for unknown person and gives him the money - check is NSF / Contractor received $26,000 to put a new roof on building which houses Hills Restaurant but never did the work, then refund check bounced.

Juveniles - Two juveniles shoplifting wallets in Sears 

Larceny, public places -  Aurora Safeway / North City Safeway / Home Depot (2) / Theft of "car lock" from SCC / Fred Meyer / Subject shoplifts at Home Depot, flees via emergency exit, gets in fight with security guard. Is in possession of meth and other people's credit cards / Costco / Sears

Mail theft - none this week

Mental Issues - Found woman in car with dead battery at Sears during freezing temperatures 

Stalking / Harassment - Women thinks it was ex-boyfriend who created the Facebook page with the nude photo of her

Trespass - Fred Meyer / Previously Trespassed subject entered Aurora McDonalds and sprayed perfume into the air / Chevron station on 203rd and 15th Trespasses male who has been loitering and urinating behind building / Aurora Village Starbucks, male used false info on his Trespass Notice to avoid arrest on outstanding warrants / 7-11 on 1200 185th

Vandalism - Gravel in yard, note stapled to mailbox at 3xx N 160th / Rock through window at 201xx 24th NW

Vandalism in public places - Tagging at Haggen's (2) / Tagging Richmond Highlands park men's room (3) / Tagging at Action Machine on Aurora (2) / Tagging on wood fence at Sound Credit Union / Tags on Parkwood Plaza 15202 Aurora using squirt gun to splatter paint / Spray paint at Chateau Apts on 15th NE / Tags at Hillwood Park

Z - Couple in Sears - one wears shoes out the doors without paying and the other takes a candy bar. Both create a 'huge disturbance' when stopped

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


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