Crime in Shoreline A-Z - Falling down drunk on city streets

Sunday, February 23, 2014

Shoreline Police Station
Photo by Steven H. Robinson

Crime in Shoreline A - Z
2-2 to 2-9-2014

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 - Burglar stole jewelry from home while homeowner was taking a nap 24xx NW 201st Ln

Alcohol, Drugs - Heroin OD at Shoreline Motel / Man picked up for dealing drugs at 167th and Aurora at 9:41pm / Man who was falling down drunk at 145th and Aurora taken to detox 10pm / Drunken person unable to care for self on street at Fremont Ave N and N 180 / Drunk driver stopped at N 180 and 7th NE after he hit things all down the road / 

Arrest - Couple arrested on multiple warrants during Echo Lake Park closing / Driver stopped for driving without a license, booked on drug possession when heroin found in his pocket /

Burglary, residential - Tools stolen from house under construction 31xx NE 145th / Attempted entry to secure apartment building 15xx NE 177 by smashing glass door with rock. Burglar's arm cut on glass / Burglar entered through unlocked back door and used a pillow case from home to take away goods 203xx 14th NE / Stole items from basement apartment 3xx N 160, then pawned them /

Car prowl - Smashed car window with rock, started to rummage but car alarm scared thief away 154xx Corliss Pl N / Left car doors open but nothing taken 10xx NE 170 / 201xx Sunnyside in Ballinger Commons / 15xx NW Springdale, unlocked vehicle / Amp and woofer stolen from locked vehicle trunk at 180xx Stone /

Cars and parts stolen – Car stolen from residential driveway 13xx N 152nd / Attempted truck theft at 1xx NE 170th / 95 Honda Accord stolen from Aurora Park n Ride / Stolen vehicle found in Sears parking lot /

Found - Stolen SPD vehicle found at Jackson Park / Stolen vehicle found at Ballinger Rite Aid / Stolen Everett police car found at Ballinger Commons / On 19th NE documents were found on the street, including a Romanian passport, expired California driver's license, expired credit cards /

Fraud - Older female driver scammed by men who said she had damage to her vehicle / 3 guys in Fred Meyer parking lot telling people they had mechanical damage to their vehicles

Larceny - Owner of home-based business put packages on porch for UPS pick up but UPS has no record of them 12xx NW 175th / Laptop stolen from table in SCC Library / Renter at Echo Cove Condo took landlord's property when he moved out / iPad and ID stolen from unattended purse at Rec Center on Fremont / FedEx delivered package to business Freo Border when it was closed - package was stolen / Theft from YMCA bathroom / 

Mail theft - none this week

Robbery - Person stole items from Home Depot, threatened security, then tried to fight

Trespass - Man steals numerous bottles of alcohol from Aurora Safeway and is Trespassed / Woman with a warrant said she paid for newspaper at Central Market but they say she didn't / Mentally ill male trespassed from Taquerias Guaymas / Trespassed for being drunk and rude at Goldie's Casino / Shoplifter Trespassed from Richmond Beach QFC / Transient male Trespassed for sleeping at Gateway Starbuck's / Transient loitering at Aurora Village Starbuck's was Trespassed /

Vandalism - Graffiti on vacant buildings at 9xx N 155th / Tags around 196th and 15th NE / Rock thrown through window of car driving by Shorecrest / Graffiti on signal box at 170th and Aurora

Vandalism, parks, schools, churches - Graffiti on Interurban Trail at 169th / Graffiti at the Rec Center on Fremont /

Z - Police were pursuit of a vehicle but called off the chase. Next day, a homeowner found the vehicle parked in her driveway.

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


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