Crime in Shoreline week ending Apr 17 - police arrest or ID multiple car prowlers

Saturday, April 29, 2017

Selected items from the Shoreline Police Blotter, week ending 4-17-2017

Trending this week: car thefts, car prowls.

04-04  Two females observed breaking into a vehicle at the Buddha Jewel Monastery on NE 175th.
04-04  Arson fire in group home. Resident poured cooking oil on operating electric stove. Fire went into the vent hood and did not extend to the structure.
04-04  Female Trespassed from Viking Bar vandalized a car in the parking lot.
04-05  Guest left his 1911 Rugar in the couch at a wedding venue and left for Montana. Trying to locate him to return the gun.
04-08  Vehicle stolen during a party and later returned by friends of the victim.
04-09  DUI driver crashed into other vehicle at Days Inn parking lot. Driver taken for detox.
04-10  Police contacted two suspects in bathroom at Echo Lake park. Booked the female for felony warrant and the male for drug possession.
04-10  Stolen bicycle recovered via Craig's List ad.
04-10  Unknown suspects shine flashlight into occupied home at 188xx Midvale.
04-10  Resident receives death threats from former roommate.
04-10  Burglary 188xx Stone - came in through bathroom window.
04-11  Victim left car running in Club Hollywood lot. Car was stolen but found down the street and driver arrested for car theft.
04-11  Suspicious object found in hotel room at 148xx Aurora. Premises evacuated and bomb squad called in. Device removed and area declared safe.
04-11  Attempted burglary 22xx NE 175th.
04-11  Homeowner assaulted during burglary 145xx Fremont.        
04-12  175th and Aurora - tags on Key Bank, sidewalk, utility box, and Walgreen's.
04-12  Burglary 178xx 24th NE - doors kicked in. Same at 17xx NE 175th.
04-13  Two juveniles arrested for multiple car prowls.
04-13  Suspect observed by police pulling on car door handles at North City Safeway parking lot.
04-14  Forced entry to vacant house owned by Sound Transit on 7th NE.


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