Crime in Shoreline week ending 9-5-17

Saturday, September 16, 2017

Photo by Steven H. Robinson
Selected items from the Shoreline Police blotter, week ending September 5, 2017.

08-24 Teenaged boy contacted for smoking in a Metro bus stop. Had a switchblade and was listed as a missing juvenile.
08-28 Man committed suicide by shooting himself in the head with an AK-47 in the front yard of his home on Corliss.
08-28 Man overdoses and friend brings the rest of his drugs to the precinct for disposal.
08-28 Graffiti on disabled parking sign at Richmond Beach Saltwater Park.
08-28 Suspect threatens former roommate with a piece of concrete, also threatens to shoot him.
08-28 Adult male steals mother's checkbook, writes checks to himself, then threatens to kill himself when she confronts him.
08-29 Locked, parked car stolen from Ballinger Village shopping center.
08-30 Someone broke into Benchmark Glass on Aurora, stole keys, and left behind their drug paraphernalia.
08-30 Rosemont Apts - someone pried open lockbox to gain access to storage lockers and vehicles.
08-30 Apprehended man who stole a battery from O'Reilly Auto Parts. In possession of a meth pipe.
08-30 Person Trespassed after setting up camp on private property.
08-30 Three juveniles Trespassed from Echo Lake apts after their cigarettes cause a fire. One was a runaway who was released to his parents. Another had a warrant and possessed marijuana - booked in juvenile jail.
08-30 Echo Lake Apartment burglarized. May have suspect information.
08-31 Son called his father and said he was going to rip his head off.
08-31 Man Trespassed from Shoreline Motel after creating a disturbance.
08-31 Victim accidentally overdosed on pain medication - transported to hospital.
09-01 Shoplifter detained at Goodwill had a Burien theft warrant.
09-01 Drivers in collision got into a fight in parking lot at 163rd and Aurora, with a tire iron and gun.
09-02 Juvenile male taken to detox for extreme alcohol intoxication.
09-02 Overdose at Aurora McDonalds treated with Narcan.


Anonymous,  September 16, 2017 at 11:41 PM  

"Victim" accidentally overdosed, taken to hospital.
Is that considered a crime?

DKH September 17, 2017 at 1:42 PM  

It was a rescue, one of several that Shoreline police perform every week. It was notable for the first use I have seen of the new drug that stops death from an overdose. Usually police are dealing with suicidal people, people who are dangerously intoxicated on alcohol, and/or mentally ill people.

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