Crime in Shoreline A-Z - Someone stole a 12th Man flag before the game

Sunday, February 2, 2014

Photo by Steven H. Robinson

Crime in Shoreline A - Z
1-20 to 1-26-2014

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 - 12th Man Flag stolen from fence 155xx 9th Ave NE

Arrest - Officer conducting business check at Public Storage found three men with outstanding criminal and misdemeanor warrants / 145xxx 15th NE police contacted driver of U-Haul containing stolen goods. Driver had no license and was in possession of shaved key. / Arrested man with criminal warrant in front of Public Storage facility 

Assault - Suspected shoplifter pushes store staff at Petco / 22xx N 175th - victim reports that someone driving by in an Isuzu Trooper fired at him with a handgun as he walked eastbound by Ronald Bog Park

Burglary, residential - Front door kicked in 18xx N 200th / Triathelon racing bike stolen from garage 5xx N 160th / 191xx 2nd NW - while subject was incarcerated, someone kicked in his front door and stole sports memorabilia / Front door kicked in 10xxx NW 166th / Officer responding to report of home burglar alarm found jewelry scattered on roadway / Crowbar used to pry open window 187xx Ridgefield Rd / Glass sliding door to master bedroom broken to gain entry 21xx N 166th

Burglary, commercial - Unknown suspect entered secured AT&T facility on N 167th to cut ground wire and buss bars / Forced entry and theft from multiple storage units at 14900 Aurora

Car prowl - Stole CDs from car and left bottle of urine 5xx N 166th / Car in Goodwill parking lot / Car ransacked and sunglasses taken 1xx N 155th

Cars and parts stolen – 1995 Honda Civic stolen from Aurora Village Transit Center / Tabs stolen off license plate 3xx NE 152nd / Car stolen 172xx Ashworth

Fraud - Fraudulent credit cards used at Ballinger Rite Aid

Larceny, public places - Guest steals TV and bathroom light fixture from Rodeway Inn / Shoplift at 7-11 on N 160th / Costco shopper tried to get out the door without paying for $500 worth of merchandise / Liquor stolen from Aurora Safeway / Shoplift from Sears (twice) / iPad on charger in Shorewood classroom was stolen / Subject steals multiple items from Marshalls, flees from security but is later arrested / Shoplift from Marshalls

Mail - Mail box stolen 203xx 22nd NE

Mental - Woman walking in middle of traffic at 20xxx NW 195th taken for involuntary commitment / Several passersby called 911 to report a man climbing over the railing on overpass at N 155th - police were able to contact him / 15xx NE 196th -woman wanders from house to house, trying to get in, claiming she lives there and is 'insane'

Suspicious - Someone left flowers on woman's car - she thinks it might be ex-husband / 145xx Fremont - resident thinks there was a prowler in back yard - garage entered last week

Trespass - Man who had been Trespassed from Aurora Safeway returned and was cited for Trespass 2 and aggressive begging / Trespassed from Club Hollywood after dance floor disturbance / From Taqueria Guaymas / McDonald's at 152xx Aurora / Trespassed a woman who had been sleeping in the laundry room at Briza Apts / Walgreen's at 175th Aurora

Vandalism - Graffiti on garage 192xx Wallingford / Tagging on vacant building, window broken 9xx N 155th / Sky Nursery vehicles next to Interurban Trail were tagged with spray paint / Evergreen RV on Aurora - tagging on fence, wall, dumpsters / Tagging at Cash for Gold 16622 Aurora

Vandalism, parks, schools - Tagging in Cromwell Park, Echo Lake Elementary, St. Luke School

Z - 188xx Midvale - over the past week, an egging, a car prowl and two attempts to get in the front door at one home

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


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