Crime in Shoreline A-Z Someone with a pellet gun in NW Shoreline targeting windows

Monday, January 6, 2014

Photo by Steven H. Robinson

Crime in Shoreline A - Z
12-30-2013 to 1-5-2014

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 - The bartender at Woody's called 911 when an intoxicated female who was refused service started taking her clothes off in the parking lot

Alcohol, Drugs - Man arrested for DUI after reckless driving on Aurora and trying to elude police / Drunk smashes victim's windshield in Bank of America parking lot

Arrest - Couple contacted in closed restroom at Richmond Highlands park. He was arrested on a theft warrant and she was arrested for meth

Assault -  One person punches another in back of head at Aurora Safeway 

Burglary, residential - Attempted 157xx Greenwood / Police called by alarm company - forced entry and burglary 6xx NW 175th / Broke window with rock, stole electronics and jewelry 156xx 1st NW / Electronics missing overnight Ballinger Homes / Burglary Ballinger Homes / Unsuccessful attempt to pry window screens off with plastic cigar tip 188xx Firlands Way

Car prowl -  Smashed car window and stole longboard from parked car 167xx Meridian / Window smashed, items taken 15xx NE 150th / Car rifled through at 152xx 8th NE / Car in apt parking lot 148xx 15th NE / CD player stolen from car in fenced lot 188xx Aurora / Mini van prowled at 157xx Burke / Two vehicles prowled 160xx Burke 

Cars and parts stolen – Work locker broken into, car key taken, car stolen 13xx N 205th / Person rented but did not return U-Haul from 16503 Aurora / Vehicle stolen from apt parking lot 15xx NE 150th / License plates 175xx 5th NE / White 1992 Honda Accord stolen from Ballinger Commons / License plate stolen from N 166th and Wallingford / Vehicle stolen from Ballinger Commons / Vehicle stolen from Aurora Transit station lot / Vehicle stolen from Woodview Apts on 19th NE 

Found -  Phone found plugged in to exterior outlet 7xx N 188th / Vehicle dumped at Ballinger Commons

Fraud - $5 bills altered to look like $50 passed at Walgreen's 14510 Aurora / Counterfeit $5 bill found in Wells Fargo cash drawer

Larceny, public places - Man arrested for shoplifting 211-malt liquor and cognac from Aurora Safeway / 12 canisters of propane from locked storage area at Sears / Shoplift at Children's Bargain Boutique 15835 Westminster Way / Floor tiles stolen from 167xx 5th NE / Theft from motel room at Rodeway Inn / Shoplift from Sears / Shoplifter tries "return" fraud at Home Depot / $20 taken from woman's purse at Aurora Village Transit Center

Trespass - Man Trespassed from North City Safeway after Loss Prevention prevented his shoplift of two cans of Steel Reserve beer / Couple who went into bathroom together Trespassed from Aurora Village Starbucks / Trespassed individual stealing liquor from Aurora Safeway / Two suspicious men Trespassed from Aurora Safeway / Trespassed from Marshall's for concealing items on body while shopping / Shoplifter with stolen groceries Trespassed from Central Market

Vandalism - House window shot out with pellet gun 25xx NW 202nd / Rear window of truck canopy shot out with bb or pellet gun 170xx 10th NW / House window shot out with bb gun 203xx 3rd NW / Window broken 5xx N 145th / White spray paint on residential fence 183xx Stone Ave / Graffiti in women's room at Echo Lake Park / Tags around Greenwood and Innis Arden Way / Graffiti in men's room at Twin Ponds Park / Graffiti on wall at Aurora Village and door at Transit Center / Tags on paint shops at Shoreline Center / Tags at Kayu Kayu Ac park

Z - Car loses tire and driver abandons vehicle in middle of intersection at NE 175th and 5th NE

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


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