Crime in Shoreline week ending 5-7-2018 - someone's setting up a tool shop

Sunday, May 27, 2018

Photo by Steven H. Robinson
Selected items from the Shoreline Police blotter, week ending May 7, 2018

Trending: Mental breakdowns requiring intervention; physical altercations between relatives and friends (kicking, shoving, choking, punching); tool thefts; car prowls.

04-29 Title and paperwork stolen from unlocked vehicle in driveway on N 163rd.
04-29 Mentally unstable female being evicted from house under construction attacked officer.
04-29 Power tools stolen from locked canopy of truck at 178xx 5th NE.
04-29 Person in North City Safeway parking lot taken for involuntary mental evaluation.
04-29 Package stolen from porch 145xx 26th found at neighbor's house.
04-29 Jewelry stolen from public storage locker at 14900 Aurora.
04-30 Large amount of tools stolen from construction site at Shoreline library.
05-01 Pistol stolen from vehicle parked at Office Max.
05-01 Tools, batteries, and cleaning supplies stolen from vehicles at Fircrest.
05-01 Tools stolen from work van parked at 175th Aurora Walgreens.
05-01 Theft from Y locker after lock was cut off.
05-01 Tools stolen from construction site at 172nd and Aurora.
05-01 Tools stolen from unlocked vehicle at residence on N 192nd.
05-01 Two suspects shoplift $100 worth of diapers from North City Walgreens.
05-02 Storage unit burglarized at Echo Lake apartments.
05-02 CPS asked for police to do a child welfare check. Officers found that kids had been wrestling.
05-02 Mother takes away 14 year old daughter's cell phone for skipping school; daughter kicks mother and leaves.
05-03 Condo resident alerts police to vehicle in parking lot with unconscious occupants. Drug overdose.
05-03 Illegal grow operation at 16th Ave NE.
05-03 House burglarized 160xx 6th NE.
05-03 Storage unit at Ballinger Commons broken into.
05-04 Two males arrested after being found inside a storage locker (not their own) which had been forced open at Ballinger Commons.
05-04 Tools stolen from construction site after lock cut on utility truck at 179xx Fremont.
05-04 Officer responding to a disturbance in apartment at Linden Highlands discovered 24 year old male and his juvenile runaway 14 year old girlfriend both had arrest warrants.
05-04 Driver referred to DOL for reevaluation after suffering a seizure while driving.
05-04 Checks recovered in Everett probably stolen from a Shoreline mailbox.
05-05 Male blocked the door of a Metro bus and refused to leave.
05-05 Commercial alcohol party in residential neighborhood at 18xx N 204th Pl. Entrepreneur holds party, charges admission, and serves alcohol to minors. Neighbors complain about noise.
05-05 Warrant suspect found in Echo Lake Park after dark turned over to Sno County Sheriff.
05-06 Person living in shed on property in unsanitary condition: bottles of urine, rotten food, garbage, and a heater.
05-06 Arrest made of suspect who slashed a female's tires and sprayed water into her house.



2 comments:

Anonymous,  May 28, 2018 at 1:35 PM  

How's that LEAD program working out so far? Not so great for law-abiding citizens, is it?

Anonymous,  May 29, 2018 at 6:53 AM  

Yesterday, in broad daylight, when walking into Rite Aid on 185th, a guy walked up to a $40 outdoor bench displayed out front, picked it up and walked away with it. That's how brazen thieves have become. Don't leave anything in your yard that can easily be lifted.

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