Crime in Shoreline A-Z: Hot presents as thieves go Christmas shopping

Monday, December 23, 2013

Photo by Steven H. Robinson

Crime in Shoreline A - Z
12-09 to 12-15-2013

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 - A bag of stolen property was recovered from a person who was digging in the garbage outside Marshall's

Arrest - Arrested a woman trying to use credit cards at Club Hollywood that she had stolen at casino in Everett 

Assault -  Assault at a baby shower in private home 

Burglary -  Pried open door with small tool 170xx 1st NE / Shattered glass in back door 153xx Ashworth / Jewelry stolen 18xx NW 198th after burglars broke rear glass slider / Garage door forced open but nothing taken 3xx NW 198 / Storage locker at 14900 Aurora - contents taken and lock replaced / Attempted entry 196xx 14th NW / Window forced, jewelry and checks taken 23xx NW 194th / Entry by removing screen on unlocked window 153xx 25th NE, stole sound equipment and musical instruments / Known suspect hit apt at Linden Highlands / Window smashed on apt on 25th NE / 150xx Densmore front door kicked in 

Car prowl - Removed door lock on car at YMCA / Ballinger Commons / Unlocked car at RB Coffee with wallet inside / Entered through rear hatch 191xx RB Road / Diabetes kit stolen from locked car at SCC faculty lot / 3 vehicle prowls at Twin Ponds park / car parked on street 16xxx Fremont / Credit cards taken from car at 202xx Ballinger parking lot were used at Fred Meyer / Smashed window in car at Fred Meyer parking lot and took $460 cash from purse on floor of back seat / Purse stolen from car at Shoreview Dog Park - credit cards used in six stores and thief went to phone store to try to have cell phone unlocked / Window broken on vehicle in Hamlin Park but nothing taken 

Cars and parts stolen – Vehicle stolen from Aurora Village park n ride / Car stolen from Costco parking lot / Stole three wheels - tires from vehicle at Enterprise rental on Aurora

Fraud - Attempted use of counterfeit $10 bill at Arco station 1554 145th NE / Suspect attempted to buy tools at Sears with counterfeit money but left merchandise when clerk checked bill

Larceny, public places - Caught a shopper at Home Depot who walked out with a $165 faucet / Known customer used accomplice to create a distraction, then pulled lottery tickets from machine at 7-11 165th and 15th NE / Ballinger Rite-Aid shopper stole bottle of vodka but dropped it in haste to get away / Kellogg student left his violin on the school bus and it was not turned in / Paint sprayer stolen from Home Depot / Home Depot shoplift valued at $144.90 / Tools stolen from storage locker at Meadowbrook Apts / Shoplifter caught with jacket from Fred Meyer / Costco shopper stuffed items in pants and left store / Marshall's shoplifter had drugs and paraphernalia / Shoplift at Sears / Shoplifter confronted at Ballinger Rite Aid and he left the store / Auto Zone 182xx Aurora - shopper bought some items but put light bulbs in pocket and left without paying for them

Larceny, residential - Work crew stole pain medication

Mail theft - 21xx N 185th

Mischief - Car parked at UW Medicine had dirty words written in dirt on car 

Suspicious - Filter fire in paint booth at Metro North Base of indeterminate cause pending Metro investigation

Trespass - Person Trespassed for causing a disturbance at Walgreen's 145th and Aurora / Angry patron Trespassed from Hollywood Casino

Vandalism in public places - Graffiti in two boys' bathrooms and a window sill at the new Shorewood / Tags at Ronald Bog park / Portables at Shorecrest tagged in bright green paint / Tags at Innis Arden Reserve 

Z - Respondent went to BECU to open an account in son's name and was informed that his social security number had been used in Missouri since August 2013

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


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