Crime in Shoreline week ending 7-24

Saturday, August 5, 2017

Photo by Steven H. Robinson
Selected items from the Shoreline Police Blotter, week ending 7-24-2017

--Vandalism - spray painted graffiti on fence and retaining wall; near I-5 interchange; entrance to Richmond Beach; house egged at 8xx NW 193rd; tags at Richmond Highlands park; graffiti at Transit Center

--Behavioral Health unit responded to 9 calls - one person thought his neighbors were sending electronic waves and shutting his brain down; 3 suicidal subjects including one who threatened to shoot her family; 1 who was referred for her own welfare; 1 who was combative and hitting his caregiver; 1 who felt unsafe in her home

--Half a dozen alcohol related calls - either drivers or people intoxicated in public

--Many simple assault cases - son to mother; roommates; girlfriend to boyfriend; husband to wife.

07-14  Burglary. Pry tool used on French doors. 147xx 26th NE.
07-16  Two people Trespassed for being in the storage court 17828 Midvale, after hours.
07-18  Wedding ring stolen from locked locker at Y. Apple iWatch taken from a different locker. Credit cards from yet another locker were used for $1250 purchases at Home Depot.
07-18  Individual on bicycle trespassing at Sears. Booked on outstanding warrant; found to be in possession of narcotics and burglar's tools.
07-19  Bicycle stolen from yard at 182xx Linden.
07-19  Tires slashed on two vehicles 13xx N 184th Ct.
07-19  Intoxicated person drinking beer in Echo Lake park after hours was Trespassed and charges forwarded to prosecutors.
07-20  Package theft 21xx N 176th.
07-20  Attempted burglary 17xx 25th NE - attempted to pry open sliding glass doors.
07-20  Driver stopped for failing to signal and expired tags was arrested on DUI.
07-21  Skimming device to steal credit card information found on ATM at 7-11 Ridgecrest.
07-21  Parking garage at Artiste Apartments broken into.
07-22  Four year old boy was found walking alone near Fred Meyer.

Corrected date to 7-24


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