Crime in Shoreline A-Z - Weather is better and the kids are getting in trouble

Monday, March 31, 2014

Crime in Shoreline A - Z
3-17 to 3-23-2014

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 - A transient female who declines any assistance or shelter placement, a hoarder with carts and carts of things has made the alleyway between 25th and 26th NE in the 15000 block her home. She moves her property intermittently - most recently in a resident's backyard shed. She was Trespassed from that property.

Adolescents - Students started a fight on Instagram and finished it in person the next day at school / Juvenile ran away from home, leaving note saying he didn't want to be around their fighting any more / Student's iPad was stolen from backpack while he was working in the student store / Five 17-19 year old boys with two large jars of marijuana in Richmond Beach Park after hours. Marijuana confiscated, warnings given, parents notified / Adolescent males get in an argument at 13xx N 160 and one alleges assaulted by others / Juvenile male caught shoplifting a bottle of alcohol - he was later released to his mother

Alcohol, Drugs - Two men found passed out in car at Ballinger Commons from drugs, probably heroin / Man unable to care for himself due to alcohol intoxication was taken from near Richmond Beach QFC to detox

Arrest - Police investigated report of burglary in process and found person who had climbed through the window of a padlocked house - person apparently was in a civil dispute with resident - but police arrested person based on outstanding warrants / Stopped vehicle wanted by Seattle Police at 167xx Ashworth - passenger admitted gang affiliation and was arrested on several warrants

Assault - Fist fight at Shell station 17255 Aurora

Bicycle - Found bicycle 199xx Linden, unable to locate owner  

Burglary - 23xx NW 204th glass door broken, cash and jewelry taken / 167xx Ashworth

Car prowl - 5xx N 166th took change from ashtray and rummaged glovebox / 167xx Fremont - passenger window broken but car not entered - car had alarm / Window smashed and duffel bag taken 5xx N 172 / 16xx N 185th car entered and GPS units left behind / 12xx N 173rd window broken and backpack taken / Unlocked vehicle at 173xx Stone Ln - perp left on bicycle / 174xx Ashworth - car broken into / 163xx Densmore - tools stolen from truck / 185xx 8th NW - plumbing tools and hunting bow stolen from vehicle / Vehicle in parking garage of the Stewart Apts 192xx Aurora - window broken / Vehicle in secured underground parking at The Blakeley - window broken and items taken / 149xx Greenwood car prowled, plastic case taken and later recovered by owner 

Cars stolen –  Vehicle stolen from Lake Park Condos N 200th / Car stolen from N Jackson park n ride on 147xx 5th NE / Honda Accord stolen from Aurora Village Transit Center

Found - Found stolen vehicle at Echo Lake Townhomes / Person caught running from stolen vehicle, in possession of stolen plates / Stolen vehicle found at Ballinger McDonalds

Fraud - Victim's BECU MasterCard used - but she is still in possession / Ten Catholics with fraudulent IRS tax claims after identify theft from Seattle Archdiocese / Catholic had fraudulent purchases on her account from Walmart in Georgia / Resident received a check from a bank they don't use, stating that check could not be deposited because of "insufficient information" - resident called police instead of providing information

Hit and run - Unoccupied vehicle side-swiped by driver who did not stop

Indecent exposure - Unknown male in vehicle exposed himself to SCC student at 160th and Greenwood 

Larceny - Customer selected two pounds of salad from salad bar at Central Market and left without paying / 15xx NE 177th patio chairs stolen / Passport stolen from home / Two TVs stolen from unsecured area of The Blakeley / Purse stolen while owner was at Spay and Neuter Clinic in North City

Larceny - shoplifting - Refund fraud at Home Depot / Tried to steal jig saws from Home Depot / Stole alcohol from Aurora Safeway / Tried to steal a bag of tools from Home Depot / Subject stole a tent from Sears / Subject took tools from Sears - booked on warrant / Two women stole hair extensions from Avas Beauty Supply on Aurora / Female shoplifted items from Sears then escaped in getaway car waiting for her outside / Unknown suspect stole alcohol from Aurora Safeway

Mail theft - Incoming mail stolen from a locked mail box 201xx 21st Pl NW

Robbery - Possible robbery of person, unknown exactly where it occurred 

Suspicious - Family dog found unknown male in backyard of residence in early morning hours - man fled on foot

Trespass -  Trespassed drunken male passed out at table inside 9000 building at SCC / Unwanted customer Trespassed via phone from Children's Thrift Shop / 11xx NE 152nd mentally ill person Trespassed for throwing garbage and feces over the fence into neighbor's yard / Two women in restroom at Aurora McDonalds refused to leave - suspected drug activity / Person violated Trespass order and was arrested for Criminal Trespass at Gateway Starbucks / Person who stole food from Central Market Trespassed

Vandalism - Back window on vehicle smashed out 5xx N 172nd / Female threw brick at car / Unknown person drew cherubic faces on windows of Nursing Assistant school at Gateway Plaza / Victim's parked vehicle, driveway, and windows were egged 185xx 30th NE / Vehicle damaged at Forest Villa Condos, possibly by BB gun / 

Vandalism, parks, schools - none this week

Z - No reports of vandalism in parks, schools, or churches this week

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


Anonymous,  April 16, 2014 at 7:28 AM  

are we on vacation? or just not updating anymore?

Anonymous,  April 21, 2014 at 3:36 PM  

Does it really matter? All the reports are too vague anyway.

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