Crime in Shoreline A-Z: Rethink the doggie door

Monday, July 14, 2014

Crime in Shoreline A - Z
6-17-2014 to 6-22-2014

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, stolen cars left on streets - and here's the rest:

A - Woman caught shoplifting Rogaine from Bartell's - value $105.98

Alcohol / Drugs - none this week

Arrest - When driver was stopped for a lane change violation, officer recognized him and knew there was a warrant for his arrest 

Burglary, residential - Piece of wood used to break window in back door at 15xx NE 146th, stole jewelry / 18xx N 205th - climbed in lower window / Back door kicked open and jar of coins stolen at 175xx 10th NE / Garage window broken at 203xx 15th NE / 147xx 20th NE back door forced open / 9xx N 163rd burglars entered through unlocked window and stole jewelry / 185xx Linden - resident was down the hall at another apartment when someone entered her apt and stole a laptop / 152xx Densmore - may have entered through dog door, took jewelry, laptop, iPad, camera / 183xx Dayton - smashed window to gain entry, stole laptop, knife, and change / 148xx Whitman, stole high value handbags and wallets / 175xx Wallingford locked home, electronic items and jewelry taken / Attempted entry 166xx 8th Pl NE / Door broken in at 199xx 15th NE

Burglary, commercial - Storage unit burgled at 200xx 15th NE / Broke window at Shorewood to enter school and steal laptops

Car prowl - 192xx Aurora car in apt garage - window broken and watch stolen / Paramount Park - car window smashed and purse taken from car seat / Window broken and items taken from vehicle in parking at The Blakeley / 12xx N 188th took documents and battery from unlocked car / 30xx NE 145th took items from car and garage / 191xx Stone car title stolen / 195xx Ballinger Wy

Cars and parts stolen – Vehicle stolen from residence at 155xx Meridian / Vehicle stolen from 161xx Midvale / Vehicle stolen from Public Health Lab parking lot 

Fraud - Victim received phone call they had won a sweepstakes / Wired money to scammers expecting to receive valuable gifts

Larceny, public places - Shoplifter and accomplice booked after taking $900+ in goods from Home Depot / Community Transit rider had wallet stolen from pocket / Money stolen from vehicle at Aurora Village Transit Center / Stole humane trap and kitten from Fircrest / Shoplift from Goodwill / Credit card reader stolen from gas pump at Union 76 station on Richmond Beach Rd / Bicycle stolen from bike rack at Einstein / Shopper reported a person pushing a cart full of items out the door at Sears - when confronted, the person shoved the cart at Security and ran

Lost - Family lost Social Security cards and Green Cards form El Salvador

Mail theft - 163xx Ashworth - thief able to reach hand inside locking mail box to steal mail - left junk mail on neighbor's lawn / 148xx Densmore - incoming mail stolen, including a paycheck and a box of new checks

Sex offense - Male exposed himself to person at UW Urgent Care

Suspicious - 17xx NE 148th - man claiming to be looking for landscaping work prowled backyard and shed on property 

Trespass - Panhandler trespassed from Jersey Mike's after being asked numerous times to leave / Former student, identified as troublemaker, on Shorecrest campus without checking in at office

Vandalism, parks, schools - Graffiti and vandalism in men's and women's restrooms at Echo Lake Park / Tags at Hamlin Park / Tags and carved up bench at Paramount Park open space

Z  - Person on Ballinger Way assaulted a pedestrian, then ran into street and punched out an SUV 

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


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