Crime in Shoreline week ending May 8

Saturday, May 20, 2017

Photo by Steven H. Robinson
Selected items from the Shoreline Police Blotter, week ending May 8

  • Multiple vehicle prowls with purse thefts
  • Graffiti on Kellogg Middle School, Paramount School Park, Briarcrest Elementary
  • Shoplifters at Goodwill, Safeway, Marshalls,
  • Numerous traffic stops ending in arrest of driver or passenger on warrants
  • Several juvenile with marijuana incidents
  • License plates stolen, stolen plates left behind
  • Assaults - roommates, son-mother, cousins, 
  • Miscellany - couple of stolen packages, forged checks, counterfeit money 

04-30  Vehicle hit utility pole on 15th NE. Car stolen, driver left the scene. see previous story
05-01  Person waving around a large combat knife was scaring patrons of America's Best Value Inn. BHI unit called in. (Behavioral Health Unit)
05-01  Commercial burglary at Hair Masters on Ballinger.
05-01  Purse stolen from locker at Y and debit card used immediately.
05-01  Female gave bank info and money to a guy on Tinder.
05-01  Anonymous caller reported seeing a male bleeding from the head walk into nearby residence, but no person was found, or evidence that the incident occurred.
05-02  Teenaged boy with multiple mental issues broke a glass at school, then climbed on the roof. BHI responded and managed the situation until the boy's father arrived.
05-02  Marshalls shoplift went sideways when shoplifter told security he had a gun and would use it.
05-03  Home invasion robbery with gun implied. Victim was known to robbers. 189xx 8th NW.
05-03  Resident with mental issues reports multiple burglaries that didn't happen.
05-04  Garage window shattered for residential burglary 5xx NE 174th.
05-05  Vehicle on 15th NE was stopped for straying out of lane; driver arrested for DUI.
05-06  Person contacted and Trespassed from North City Lounge returned later and was very uncooperative with officers. Booked.
05-06  Driver on N 175th stopped for speeding, arrested for DUI.
05-06  Person at Aurora Village Transit Center transported for alcohol detox.


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