Crime in Shoreline week ending Jan 30, 2017 - coin thefts, drunks, mental issues

Sunday, February 5, 2017

Selected items from the Shoreline Police blotter, week ending January 30, 2017

Trending this week: car prowls, shoplifting, coin thefts from apartment laundry rooms, street drunks, DUIs.

01-18  Officers stopped a 'suspicious' person and found he had an outstanding warrant for theft and was under investigation for mail theft.
01-18  Theft of $56,000 diamond ring from victim's kitchen. Investigating possible suspects.
01-21  Person involved in traffic collision arrested for DUI.
01-21  Female in Hillwood Park, suicidal, taken in on involuntary commitment to Swedish Edmonds.
01-21  Female outside 7-11 at N 160th drinking in public. Taken to jail on outstanding warrant.
01-21  Person refused to leave Day's Inn property. Trespassed and arrested on outstanding warrant.
01-22  Lost dementia patient was identified and returned home.
01-23  Stopped 'suspicious' person, arrested on outstanding warrant.
01-23  Vehicle stolen 180xx 8th NE.
01-23  Batteries stolen from vehicles at Carter Subaru.
01-23  Day laborers at Costco got into fist fight.
01-23  Vehicle stolen from Ballinger Homes
01-23  Computer stolen from room at Shoreline Motel.
01-23  Transient asked to leave GBC bank lot and Trespassed.
01-23  Someone broke into laundry room at Viking apartments and stole quarters from machines.
01-23  Subject contacted for possible overdose was medically cleared and Trespassed from Aurora McDonalds.
01-23  Shoplifting suspect with mental issues briefly tried to resist arrest at Fred Meyer but was booked.
01-23  Vehicle parked in reserved spot at Ballinger Creek Condos was recovered stolen.
01-23  Person involved in accident on Ballinger Way was arrested for DUI.
01-24  Two people in vehicle were reported as suspected drug use. Charged with possession of drug paraphernalia.
01-24  Man at Bartells was hearing voices and having conversations with them. Taken voluntarily to hospital.
01-24  $945 and scratch tickets taken from AM PM market by someone with a key.
01-24  Person with mental issues causing a scene was voluntarily transported to Emergency Service Center.
01-25  Graffiti in bathroom at Echo Lake Park.
01-25  Unknown suspects pried open coin-operated machines at Garden Park apartments.
01-25  Resident died after s/he tripped, fell, and hit head on coffee table.
01-25  Resident with mental issues in group family home assaulted a staff member and threatened to kill others.
01-25  Residential burglary 191xx 3rd NW.
01-26  Subject found in resident's back yard, extremely intoxicated, with stolen goods nearby. Detoxed to UW Hospital.
01-26  Patron's cell phone stolen at Shoreline Library.
01-27  Woman arrested for DUI at 175th and Aurora Walgreens.
01-27  Male was intoxicated and unintelligible at Shell station on Aurora. Taken for detox.
01-27  Man assaulted his wife in car - hit and bit her.
01-27  Residential burglary at 3xx N 155th.
01-27  Four suspects stole multiple sex toys from Lovers Package.
01-27  Someone left a mannequin head in woman's mailbox.
01-27  Burglary at condo on Firlands Way. Jewelry taken.
01-27  Woman had a protection order against her husband, but he entered her home and stole the water heater.
01-27  Man transported to Swedish Edmonds on mental health hold.
01-27  Woman arrested on domestic violence charge for hitting her boyfriend with a boot.
01-28  Driver stopped because of defective equipment on car, then was arrested on DUI.
01-28  Person taken to detox after being high on the street at 200th and Aurora.
01-28  Storage locker at 14900 Aurora burglarized.
01-29  Couple stopped for jaywalking had warrants and drugs.
01-29  Unknown male passed out in Sound Transit bus at Aurora Transit Center was transported by medics.


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