Crime in Shoreline week ending 9-11-17

Saturday, September 23, 2017

Photo by Steven H. Robinson
Selected items from the Shoreline Police blotter, week ending September 11, 2017

The usual vehicle prowls, drunks by the side of the road, trespasses from local businesses, threatened suicides, drunk drivers.

08-30  Extensive damage to landscaping inside a gated yard at the Royal Richmond condos on NW 195th. Possible use of chlorine-based product. Damage estimated at $2500.
08-31  Intoxicated male found sitting on the side of Bothell Way bleeding from head and nose.
08-31  Male slapped his wife in the face four times while driving in Ridgecrest and told her they would both die.
09-01  Suspect made unsafe lane change, hit another car, refused to exchange information and fled the scene. 204xx Aurora.
09-02  Contacted for park violation at Twin Ponds and arrested on warrant for possession of marijuana.
09-03  Break and enter burglary 160xx 28th NE, took firearm and game console.
09-03  Vehicle knocked down sidewalk tree at 195xx Aurora and left front bumper and license behind.
09-04  Woman being questioned by police gave a false name, which had a hit. Charged with obstructing an officer.
09-04  Officers made arrest on a DUI warrant and discovered subject had left his dogs in a hot car; charged with animal cruelty.
09-04  Suspect went to Sears, stole a bag, filled it with goods, then stole a bike for a getaway. Employee interrupted the flight and thief dropped bag. Bike not found.
09-05  Father and son fight and father punches son in face.
09-06  Male in Echo Lake park charged with possession of meth pipe after arrest on Bothell warrant.
09-06  Driver in parked car questioned for possible marijuana use; plates on car did not match vehicle.
09-06  Two black, adult males robbed 145th Walgreens using a firearm.
09-07  Male sleeping on Interurban Trail at 145th arrested on a felony warrant.
09-07  Witness reported woman driving erratically on wrong side of Aurora at 1am. Officers found her passed out behind wheel in a parking lot.
09-07  Driver arrested on two felony warrants at entrance to Paramount Park Open Space 2am
09-07  Multiple tires slashed on vehicles at Ballinger Commons; one victim declines to cooperate.
09-08  Subject at Echo Lake park at 12:30am arrested on felony warrant.
09-08  Family disturbance between father and 15 year old son - no crime committed.
09-08  Person taken to detox from Shoreview park
09-08  Camp United We Stand resident taken for involuntary commitment after saying people were after him and threatening suicide.
09-08  Mother requested assistance with mentally ill 15 year old daughter. Transported to Children's.
09-09  Verizon Wireless burglarized.
09-10  Juvenile males shoplifting in Trader Joe's were confronted by employee; one boy pulled a knife and threatened the employee.


Unknown September 24, 2017 at 10:22 AM  

Why is it noted that the suspects on 9-6 were black, but none of the other reports note the race of the suspects? Because they were white? I'd like to think our town is better than that. Please don't be so racist in the future.

DKH September 24, 2017 at 1:42 PM  

Because they are still at large. Because they used a gun. Because people need whatever information can be provided to be aware of danger. If there had been a photo or a description of build, that would have been included too.

Anonymous,  September 25, 2017 at 4:47 PM  

What happened at that Walgreen's on 8-30 about 9PM Police across from KFC in intersection with lights on. 5-6 police at 145th Walgreens and again further up by 175th. They had taped off from Pharmacy exit, across bus stop and parking lot. Front slider door was ajar. did not see anything on the news about it. pretty sure it was 8-30 but there was a robbery there on 9-6, do I have my dates wrong.

Anonymous,  September 25, 2017 at 9:01 PM  

What a ridiculous comment. It was nowhere near racist. Did you ever think that releasing their race would help catch them?

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