Crime in Shoreline week ending 3-12-18

Tuesday, March 20, 2018

Photo by Steven H. Robinson
Selected items from the Shoreline Police blotter, week ending March 12, 2018

Trending: Domestic violence assaults between parents and teen/adult children. Suicide and mental breakdown calls. Teenagers commiting crimes.

02-27  Road rage incident in Aurora Safeway parking lot.
02-28  Shorecrest student made text message threat of getting guns and killing as many people as possible, then tried to pass it off as a joke.
03-01  Thief broke vehicle window and stole computer bag from vehicle in Home Depot parking lot.
03-04  Person sleeping in car at Linden and N 180th arrested on felony warrant for escape from community custody.
03-04 Vehicle stolen from St. Mark's parking lot.
03-04  Three individuals found in vacant dental building at 17920 Linden were in possession of meth, heroin, suboxone, hydrocodone.
03-04  Unknown suspects broke window of vehicle at Weatherly Condos but didn't take anything.
03-04  Locked mailbox at 200xx Meridian pried open.
03-06  Individual Trespassed from One Cup Coffee and taken for alcohol detox.
03-07  Suspicious vehicle with two occupants in alley. One had a warrant for prostitution.
03-07  Rental house burglarized 145xx 5th Ave NE. Refrigerator and lighting fixtures taken.
03-07  Work van broken into and tools stolen from 165xx 5th NE.
03-08  $1500 Stihl saw stolen from display at Aurora Rents.
03-08  Individual booked on DUI and hit and run after two collisions on Aurora.
03-09  Residential burglary 196xx 20th NE.
03-09  Driver arrested for DUI after driving wrong way at 147th and Meridian.
03-10  Individual contacted at Aurora Safeway for a Trespass passed out in parking lot after being released. Transported by ambulance to Northwest under involuntary treatment act.
03-10  Forced entry to bedroom window but nothing taken from home at 150xx 26th NE.
03-11  Motor stolen from boat at residence on NE 149th.
03-11  Unidentified bone found buried two feet deep in residential backyard.


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