Crime in Shoreline, weeks ending 3-28 and 4-4-16

Tuesday, April 12, 2016

Selected items from the Shoreline Police blotter, weeks ending 3-28-16 and 4-4-16

Reported week ending 3-28-2016

3-18  Cash found at 192nd and Corliss.
3-18  Two men, driving a small black vehicle with distinctive rims, attempted to break into home at 180xx 11th NW.
3-18  Burglary at 170xx 10th NW.
3-19  Five people were arrested for tagging at Ace in the Hole at 147xx Aurora. Witness will not assist in prosecution.
3-19  Storage manager at Aurora Storage 17828 Midvale interrupted a car prowler who escaped by jumping the fence - but left his backpack behind.
3-20  Person wearing a motorcycle helmet implied possession of a weapon and robbed the Ballinger Chevron at 20010 Ballinger.
3-20  Person sent Shorecrest security officer a threat to his cell phone, saying he was going to hurt people at school.
3-20  Person was selling a (stolen) car to a local teen. When the teen wanted his money back the person attacked him with a bat and a screwdriver.
3-21  Shoplifter who stole a $40 powerpak from Sears had six outstanding misdemeanor warrants. Tried to hand him off to King County jail but they declined because shoplifter had an abscess on leg.
3-21  Picked up person with four misdemeanor warrants near Fred Meyer.
3-23  Driver who had been drinking caused a 3-car collision on Ballinger, ran from police and lied when caught.
3-24  B and Y auto repair shop at 1116 N 165th burglarized.
3-27  Tagger hit Echo Lake and Twin Ponds restrooms, Sunset School Park, Richmond Highlands Park, and bus shelter at 155th and Meridian.
3-28  Tagging at Shoreline LDS Church.

Reported week ending 4-4-2016

3-22  Residential burglary 5xx N 202nd St.
3-27  Victim's vehicle was stolen from church parking lot during evening Easter services.
3-28  Burglary 1xx NW Highland Dr.
3-28  Three juveniles tried to steal a lawnmower from 150xx 25th NE. When neighbor stopped them, they threatened him.
3-28  Burglar attempted to break into office in outbuilding in back yard 147xx 17th NE, but was interrupted by homeowner.
3-29  Victim received phone call from "IRS" threatening lawsuit for back taxes, so victim wired $3000. A different victim fell prey to a Craig's List scam and wired money.
3-30  Vehicle and tools stolen from unlocked maintenance shed in The Highlands.
3-30  Victim's credit card info used to buy a car in Texas - she still has the card.
3-31  18xx N 203rd Car prowler was interrupted and claimed he had a gun. Police brought in K9 but did not locate him.
4-1  Friends are at a restaurant when one takes meth, freaks out and starts attacking the others.
4-3  Couple receive verbal death threats from neighbor.


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