Crime in Shoreline week ending 5-22-18 - another stolen goat, domestic violence and mental illness

Sunday, June 10, 2018

Photo by Steven H. Robinson
Selected items from the Shoreline Police blotter, week ending May 22, 2018

Trending:

--Tags on Rapid Ride shelter, a no parking sign, play shed at Sunset Park, light pole and power pole, Hamlin Park, Ridgecrest park racquetball courts.

--People violating traffic rules, jaywalking, and trespassing then being arrested on outstanding warrants.

05-12 Heroin overdose at Fred Meyer.
05-12 Involuntary commitment for resident who harmed him/herself.
05-12 Arrested a person who was on the front porch of a home, threatening the residents.
05-13 Jailed a person for investigation of a violation of a Domestic Violence no-contact order.
05-13 BHI (behavioral) unit dealt with a resident who deliberately overdosed on pills after an argument.
05-14 Person violated a no-contact order.
05-14 Officer identified a stolen vehicle at NW 175th and 3rd NW. Unknown driver fled in vehicle which was flagged as 'armed and dangerous.'
05-14 ID and cash stolen from secured locker at Y.
05-14 Underaged runaway picked up for trespass at Shoreline Library and taken to Children's for a mental evaluation.
05-14 Stopped a fight in process at Richmond Beach Park at 8:30pm. Booked two on possession of hand guns and one for drug possession.
05-14 Resident of group home pours hot coffee on another resident.
05-14 Female arrested on assault charge after scratching her boyfriend.
05-15 Residential burglary 11xx Richmond Beach Road.
05-15 Neighbor keeping neighbor under surveillance with video camera in violation of harassment order. Neighbor believes he is being punched by lasers.
05-16 Armed robbery by 4 suspects at 76 station, 205th and Aurora. Stole cash and cigarettes.
05-16 Tools stolen from home under construction at 18xx NW 197th.
05-16 Person was sent for involuntary commitment after walking into the Pacific Learning Center and making suicidal statements.
05-16 Burglary at 8xx NE 174th.
05-16 Officers slim-jimmed a vehicle to rescue a dog locked in a car while the owner shopped at Petco. Driver cited for civil infraction.
05-16 Traffic stop for cell phone use.
05-17 Apartment resident who accidentally discharged his shotgun called police to make sure he hadn't shot a neighbor.
05-17 Counterfeit $100 bill passed at Salvation Army store.
05-17 Female arrested for Domestic Violence after repeatedly punching her boyfriend in the head.
05-18 Resident at group home sent for mental evaluation.
05-18 Subject supports drug habit by stealing from parents.
05-19 Subject transported to Northwest Hospital after suicide attempt.
05-19 Mail theft from Park Place Condos.
05-19 Person wandering in Calvary Temple front yard taken for mental evaluation.
05-19 Resident transported for mental health evaluation.
05-19 Female slumped over steering wheel in vehicle at apartment complex.
05-20 Baby goat was stolen from back yard shed at 145xx 6th NE.
05-20 Hit and run with injuries at NE 175th and 12th NE. Driver was subsequently arrested.
05-21 Investigation of violation of no-contact order.
05-21 Couple get into a physical fight.




1 comments:

Anonymous,  June 11, 2018 at 9:14 AM  

Weird to leave your dog in a car while shopping at Petco, since that's one place that welcomes animals inside...

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