Crime in Shoreline week ending 6-12-17

Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Photo by Steven H. Robinson
Selected items from the Shoreline police blotter week ending June 12, 2017.

-Shoreline Motel - possible rape, person threatened to stab another and was Trespassed.
-Domestic violence - son pushed mother, brothers get in fight, baby hurt.
-Drunk and incapacitated in public at Metro bus stop, 155th and Aurora, Rapid Ride stop.
-Locker rooms at Y - two thefts, one arrest
-Deaths - 5 deaths (most expected), 2 threatened suicides

05-30  Subject arrested for stealing a purse from locker room at Y.
06-01  Commercial blasting caps found in residential garage at 180xx 15th NW. Bomb disposal unit responded and removed for disposal.
06-02  House on NW 195th egged, tires slashed, graffiti spray painted on house.
06-05  CPS referral for 1-month old with possible rib injury.
06-05  Disturbance between two juvenile boys at 180th and 15th NE.
06-06  Someone tried to break into a vehicle on NE 158th, failed, then tried to break side window with a rock, failed, then successfully broke the windshield. Didn't take anything from vehicle.
06-06  Unknown male and female stole donated clothes from Ronald Commons.
06-06  Subject assaulted mother, then jumped in front of a moving vehicle on 15th NE, said she wanted to kill herself.
06-09  Subject steals mail on 15xx Burke N and walked right into a deputy.
06-09  Subject tried to start a fight at NE 180th and 15th NE and was restrained by deputies.
06-09  Locking mailbox damaged but not opened on 160xx Interlake.
06-10  Woman assaulted at Ballinger Commons.
06-10  Vehicle ran into the Ridgecrest 7-11 building.
06-11  Club Hollywood - possible kidnapping, weapon, fight. One person was taken to hospital before officers arrived. Another fled but was contacted and arrested on unrelated warrant.
06-11  Person in Aurora Drive-Thru Starbucks bathroom was Trespassed and arrested on multiple outstanding warrants.
06-11  Subject camped on Interurban Trail at 145th arrested on multiple warrants, was in possession of meth and a pipe.


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