Police action in Shoreline week of August 17, 2015

Sunday, August 23, 2015

A few selected items from the Shoreline police blotter week of August 17, 2015.

8-4  A shopper at Fred Meyer was transported to the hospital after being hit in the parking lot by a vehicle which left the scene.

8-8  Man involuntarily committed after planning to jump in front of a bus or truck from the bus stop at 165th and Aurora.

8-10  A frantic mother called police when her 2 year old daughter was missing from their apartment in the Polaris on NE 175th. 15 minutes later an employee from The Bounty Coffee Shop on 15th NE contacted police when the child showed up at the coffee house.

8-10  A resident on 20th NW woke up on his living room floor with a bruise on his head and the back door ajar.

8-11  Unknown female used a bad check to buy $1,187.02 worth of tires from Doug's Auto.

8-12  A vehicle parked in the 17400 block of 12th NE was sprayed with white paint.

A fairly large number of abandoned vehicles were reported and impounded this week. The usual contingent of public drunkenness, from lying in public places, to driving under the influence. A couple of domestic violence cases including the teenaged girl who stabbed her mother in the face with a fork. A couple of burglaries including one in Innis Arden where the burglar entered through an open, ground floor window.


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