Neighbor Dumps Construction Debris in Man's Yard and Has No Permit

The following blotter items range from October 1, 2012 – October 7, 2012. Information on arrests is supplied by the Lake Forest Park Police Department. The reports do not indicate a conviction.

On Oct. 2, a man in the 3300 block of NE 178th Street told police that two weeks before, a neighbor above him dumped construction yard debris onto his property.  The man talked to the neighbor who dumped the debris, asking the neighbor to have it removed.  The man asked the neighbor to remove the debris by a certain deadline or else he would go to LFP Police and the city to make a complaint. That deadline was not met.  A police officer went out to the property and confirmed the debris in the man’s yard and the new construction at the neighbor’s.  The officer spoke to a person at LFP City Hall who confirmed that no permit was approved for the construction.  The neighbor said he would talk to the city and the man with debris in his yard to resolve the situation.

October 1

DOMESTIC:  A verbal dispute happened at Woodland North Apartments in the 3600 block of NE 155th Street.  A man threw a woman’s belongings and kicked her (figuratively) out of the apartment.

THEFT from ALBERTSONS:  A man who drove a dark blue or green Toyota Camry stole food.  A female employee was able to recover half of the food.

October 2

BAD BUS DRIVER?: A woman in the 19200 block of 35th Pl NE told police that a female bus driver had children inside the vehicle while driving with no regard for safety or the law.  The woman said that the bus driver ran a 4-way stop at 195th and Ballinger.  The bus driver entered the intersection against a red light at Ballinger.  Lastly, the bus driver continued a high rate of speed North on Ballinger Way.

October 3

SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES:  A situation happened in the 18500 block of 37th Ave NE.  The police arrived at 8:13 a.m.  No other information is available as all contents of this case was whited-out by LFP Police Department.

REVIEW:  A review of traffic camera tickets by LFP Police revealed that there were approximately 170 violations.

DOMESTIC:  A domestic situation happened in the 3500 block of NE 187th Street.  The police arrived at 10:39 a.m.  The rest of the story was whited out by LFP PD.

October 4

WELFARE CHECK:  A man was found passed out on a park bench in the 17000 block of Brookside Blvd NE.  The man said he was homeless. Police confirmed that he was not drunk.  The officer advised the man that they would reconnect with him if they received more calls about him.

October 5

THEFT FROM VEHICLE, TFV:  A passport and other items were taken from a silver BMW in the 3600 block of NE 155th Street.

SEX OTHER:  This could be a number of things that happened under this topic of “sex other” per LFP PD.  It happened in the 5000 block of NE 188th Street.  The police arrived at 5:12 pm.  The rest of the incident was whited-out.

DISTURBANCE:  Close to 10:30 p.m., an officer came by a home in the 19200 block of Forest Park Dr NE.  Music was blasting from the home as the officer knocked 10 times before a man opened the door.  The man stated he did not live at the residence and would get someone who did.  The man closed the door, latched the lock and no one else came back after that.  The neighbors advised the officer that the loud people recently moved in and have been loud on a nightly basis. 

October 6

TRAFFIC STOP:  A police officer stopped a taxi for driving in the lane dedicated to on-coming traffic.  The officer found that the tax driver was running an illegal taxi service.  The “taxi” driver was cited for no insurance.  There were two passengers inside the taxi.  They exited the cab before being defrauded.

TRAFFIC STOP WITH K-9 ASSIST:  A person was pulled over in the 14500 block of Bothell Way NE due to an expired registration.  Upon further research, the officer found that the person had a driving with a suspended license due to unpaid tickets. The person was arrested and issued citations.  The person consented to a search of vehicle by K-9 unit.

DOMESTIC:  A person called from the 2600 block of NE 195th Street.  This person lives in the unit below.  The person stated that a male and female in the above unit were “screaming and banging.” The person does not know the man and woman making the noise.  The man was found to have an outstanding warrant.  There was a disturbance, no verification of physical domestic violence.  The man was arrested for the warrant and the woman was given a courtesy ride to a relative’s house in Edmonds.

October 7

SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES:  A woman in the 3700 block of NE 157th Street told police that someone was walking along side her home and that on the previous day a lock was broken or messed with.  Her dog was also barking up a storm.  No tracks were found.  A vehicle was secured.  The police did an area check.  All was good.



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