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After 3 Days of Noise the Party's Over for Neighbors: LFP Police Blotter

In another incident, a Deja Vu reveler had to call his wife to retrieve his truck after he crossed all the lanes in the dark and ran over the curb into the Taco Bell parking lot.

The following information is from Lake Forest Park Police logs for Feb. 4-10. Where an arrest is noted, it does not indicate a conviction.

 

Monday, Feb. 4

Threats: Lake Forest Park Police responded to a report of threats at the 15300 block of Bothell Way NE.

Suspicious circumstances: LFP Police responded to a woman who reported that she had received death threats from her mother in Shoreline, who said she would send her son over to attack her.

Crimes of Fashion: Police received a call about a suspicious looking teen on the 17100 block of Bothell Way NE, who was standing outside of a business and kept pulling a bandana over his face. Police talked to the teen, who turned out to be a “fashion-challenged kid getting passport photos with his parents.”

Burglary: A resident near 39th Ave and Bothell Way NE reported an attempted burglary. Police responded and saw a screen removed from the front window with damage, but it appears the subject didn’t get into the house. The resident waited in the driveway for police to respond to make sure there wasn’t a burglar in the house.

 

Tuesday, Feb. 5

Happy Birthday…week: Police responded to a 911 noise complaint on the 3600 block of NE 155th Street at about 1:30 a.m. Apparently, the neighbors were partying for the friends birthday, which was Saturday. The officer informed them that it was now Tuesday, and time to wrap it up.

Fraud: A LFP resident reported that someone was using her credit card, which was stolen the day before.

 

Wednesday, Feb. 6

Burglary: Police responded to a burglary at the 16700 block of 37th AVE NE. and another the same evening at the 17700 block of 28th Ave NE. At the second location, the resident came home to see the door kicked in and lights on.

 

Thursday, Feb. 7

Burglary: LFP Police responded to an attempted burglary on the 3000 block of NE 163rd. The basement door had been kicked in.

 

Friday, Feb. 8

Theft: An LFP resident reported to police that she had some friends over the night before, and possible some houseguests stole her medications.

Another reason to wear a helmet: LFP Police stopped a man riding his bicycle because he didn’t have the proper equipment. It turned out he also had a warrant in Lynnwood.

Hit and Run: Police responded to a hit and run after a dark colored car backed out of a parking lot and scraped a gold Chrysler Sebring.

Car hits pedestrian: Around 3 p.m. on Feb. 8, police responded to a car/pedestrian accident. The 80-year-old Lake Forest Park woman had only gotten halfway through the crosswalk at 17400 Ballinger Way before the light turned. A car started going before seeing her there, and was braking when it hit her, knocking her down. She refused to go to the hospital, but was checked at her home by aid workers.

 

Sunday, Feb. 10

Reckless driving: A Toyota took and unexpected trip into the Taco Bell parking lot after leaving Deja Vu, but not before crossing the raised grass median and the southbound lanes of SR 522, at about 3:30 a.m.—all without it’s lights on. The driver, a 33 year-old man, was issued a citation and released to his wife.

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