Crime in Shoreline week ending 6-5-2017 - alcohol and suicide

Sunday, June 18, 2017

Selected items from the Shoreline Police blotter, week ending June 5, 2017

Shoreline police station
Photo by Steven H. Robinson
Trending: 9 suicide attempts or threats this week; DUI arrests after traffic stops, public drunkenness

5-30  Subjects smashed window of vehicle parked at Saltwater Park, stole wallet and immediately went to Fred Meyer to use the credit cards.
5-30  Victim states he was assaulted by a group of men who followed him after a vehicle collision but he declines to assist in prosecution.
5-30  Trees in yard at 21xx NW 201st were cut without owner's permission.
5-30  Subject jumped the counter at QFC pharmacy and stole Codeine cough syrup.
5-31  Bullet holes found in Java Jane coffee stand on Goodwill parking lot.
5-31  Purse stolen from locker room at Y.
5-31  Honda Civic stolen from Trader Joe parking lot.
6-01  Shed on property broken into with sledge hammer, tools taken, damage, 163xx 23rd NE.
6-01  Homeowner's daughter and friends vandalize vehicles on the street, leaving a dead squirrel.
6-02  Burglar enters home on Linden through rear slider, steals car keys, cell phone, checks, and car.
6-02  Victim fell for phone scam and gave $2000 in Apple gift cards to a fraudulent IRS agent.
6-02  Intoxicated subject on Interurban Trail at 167th drinking from a bottle of vodka.
6-02  Intoxicated subject lying on ground at 155th and Aurora.
6-04  Intoxicated subject stumbling around in traffic at 182nd and Aurora.


Anonymous,  June 19, 2017 at 3:06 PM  

The YMCA continues to appear on this nearly every time. They clearly have an issue.

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