Mutual Combat Between Two Drunks at Taco Bell

The following blotter items range from November 10, 2012 – November 12, 2012. Information on arrests is supplied by the Shoreline Police Department. The reports do not indicate a conviction.


On Monday, November 12th at roughly 1:35am, two drunken people used their hands and feet to fight with each other at 15012 Aurora Ave North.  This disturbance happened in the parking lot of Taco Bell.  The two people declined to assist in prosecution and engaged in a mutual combat.

November 10

CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE VIOLATION:  Between the dates of 10/12/12 and 10/20/12, an officer met with a confidential informant (Person B) to buy narcotics from a suspect (Person C).  This happened in the evening nearby the intersection N 205th Street and Aurora Ave N.

VANDALISM:  A culprit(s) broke a car window overnight while the car was parked in an apartment parking lot in the 14500 block of Whitman Ave North.

BURGLARY, FORCED ENTRY:  Suspect(s) kicked in an exterior garage entry door of a home in the 1000 block of NE 193rd Street.  The suspect(s) only made into the garage, they did not get into the home.

MAIL THEFT:  Two cases of mail theft include (a) Someone pried open a locked mailbox in the 1200 block of NE 184th Street and (b) a woman in the 4000 block of NE 153rd Street was expecting a large package of toothbrushes.  The post office confirmed that the package was delivered on November 6th but the woman said she never received the toothbrushes.

BURGLARY at LINDEN GROVE APARTMENTS:  Some storage lockers were broken into in the 16100 block of Linden Ave North.

November 11

LARCENY:  A suspect shattered a passenger car window and stole a bag on the floorboard of the vehicle. The bag contained two laptops.  This happened at the Taco Bell at 15010 Aurora Ave North close to 1:25am.

AUTO THEFT:  Someone stole a motor vehicle from The Ballinger Commons Apartments in the 19800 block of Bagley Dr North.

LARCENY at COSTCO:  A suspect used a special Allen wrench to remove a camera from the security base at 1175 N 205th Street.

LARCENY at CALVIN PRESBYTERIAN:  Sometime between Friday (11/10/12) and Saturday (11/11/12) culprit(s) stole items from the church.

LARCENY at HIGHLAND ICE ARENA:  A man parked his car at 18005 Aurora Ave North.  He discovered his rear passenger window was broken and items were taken from his motor vehicle.

LARCENY at SHORELINE SKATE PARK:  Culprit(s) used a five inch nail to break the rear driver’s side window of a car while it was parked at 901 NE 155th Street.  The culprit(s) stole items from the car.

VANDALISM:  A suspect used a black marker and black paint pen to tag a bathroom at Hillwood Park.  The suspect also wrote an obscene word on the rules sign by the entrance of the park at 19001 – 3rd Ave NW.

November 12

LARCENY at STONE COURT APARTMENTS:  A man in the 1300 block of N 152nd told police that he parked a car in a stall at his apartment complex overnight.  Suspect(s) smashed a window of the car.  The car belongs to the church he works with. 

MORE LARCENY:  A woman (car owner) in the 1300 block of N 152nd Street parked her car in the stall overnight at her apartment complex.  Sometime during the night, a suspect punched out a vehicle window and stole a purse under the console.  A neighbor saw the damage when he went to work the next morning and advised his wife to call the woman (car owner). 

FORGERY:  A suspect rented a room from a victim in the 19000 block of 15th Ave NE.  The suspect stole three of the victim’s checks and forged the victim’s signature on two out of the three checks.

POSSESSION of STOLEN PROPERTY:  A suspect was arrested for possession of stolen property at the Fred Meyer on 183rd and Aurora during an under cover operation.

VANDALISM:  A suspect tore off the hand dryer from the wall at Richmond Highland Park, 16500 Fremont Ave North. 


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