Crime in Shoreline week ending 7-5-2016

Monday, July 11, 2016

Selected items from the Shoreline Police blotter, week ending 7-5-2016

Graffiti in Hillwood Park, Richmond Highlands Park (twice), Rapid Ride bus shelter on N 170th and Aurora and on nearby garbage containers, in the area around Cribbs Law office on NW 195th, Shoreline Park, Einstein Middle School, Echo Lake Park, Boeing Creek Park, along west side of Aurora N 152nd to N 160th.

Domestic Violence calls: verbal - father and son; verbal turned physical - one in custody; man assaults his ex-girlfriend; woman hit in face by fiancé; man stalking woman at Y; man pushes wife into wall; man calls estranged wife in violation of no-contact order; woman arrested for assault and attempting to prevent reporting of assault.

6-27  Homeowner vacationing in Chelan called police to report a burglary in progress at his home on NW 175th that he saw on his home security cameras. Burglars kicked in the doggie door to enter.
6-27  Three teen males enter Einstein using a key and throw eggs around the home ed room.
6-28 Woman taken for evaluation after being found in roadway at N 178 and Aurora.
6-28  Man arrested for obstructing a law enforcement officer after trespassing at the American Legion, refusing to give his name, and lying on the lawn.
6-29  The girl who was with the boy who was shot in Echo Lake Park last month is being threatened by friends of the shooting victim, who think that she set him up.
6-29  Victim entrusted woman to do his taxes and deposited his $2600 return in her account. She was fired from her job and has not been seen since.
6-30  Neighbor confronts man attempting to steal package from neighbor's porch and scares him off.
7-01  Man arrested on warrant from Seattle after stealing a frozen pizza from Central Market has prior conviction for burglary, and syringe on person for admitted heroin use.
7-02  Found unused firework in Echo Lake Park.
7-02  Two brothers arrested on their respective warrants after overdosing in Ballinger McDonald's restroom.
7-03  Bicycle found abandoned at intersection at N 200th and Meridian was reported stolen from Hammond, Louisiana.
7-04  Assist to Seattle Police by checking location for suspect in violation of court order - found him hiding in the attic at location.


Anonymous,  July 12, 2016 at 9:22 AM  

Did the bicycle look like it had been ridden all the way from Louisiana??

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