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Stalking and Harassment at Shorewood High School

The following blotter items range from September 17, 2012 – September 24, 2012. Information on arrests is supplied by the Shoreline Police Department. The reports do not indicate a conviction.

On September 24th, Officer Robert Bardsley reported that a victim received threats, notes, Facebook harassment and was assaulted more than once on the campus of Shorewood High School by unknown suspects.

September 17

BURGLARY:  A woman in the 18500 block of 8th Ave NE said she left home in the morning.   When she returned later in the day someone had used a pry tool to force the way into her home.

September 18

BURGLARY:  A woman in the 15000 block of 12th Ave NE said suspect(s) entered an abandoned but furnished house.  The house belonged to her late mother.  The suspect(s) stole jewelry and household goods.

September 19

LARCENY AT SHORECREST HIGH SCHOOL:  A person stole a phone from an unlocked gym locker at 15343 – 25th Ave NE.

DRIVING WHILE LICENSE REVOKED:  A woman drove a motor vehicle in the 19300 block of Aurora Ave at night but chose not to turn on her headlights.  When stopped, the female had no driver’s license and an outstanding warrant.

September 20

LARCENY:  Unknown person(s) took $10 for keeps from a tip jar after eating at El Sabor Mexican Restaurant, 15221 Aurora Ave N.

September 21

BURGLARY AT NORTHWEST CHURCH:  A person pried open the door of a shed and took property from 15555 – 15th Ave NE.

TRESPASS:  A homeless man stole a duck worth $90 from Thriftway (20150 Ballinger Way North) but got rid of the duck when store managers were chasing him.  The homeless man was trespassed by from the property.

September 22

PROSTITUTION/PIMPING:  Person was found visiting cars multiple times.  This person used The Rodeway Inn in the 14800 block of Aurora Ave N as a starting point. 

September 23

AUTO THEFT:  Someone stole a 1957 Bel Air from Harvey’s Auto Service at 14501 – 15th Ave NE.

LARCENY:  Two people riding their bikes decided to smash a car window and steal a bag.  This happened in the 14700 block of Aurora Ave N.

LARCENY:  A suspect stole a cell phone from a victim in the parking lot of Walgreen’s Drug Store at the corner of 145th and Aurora Ave N.

TRESPASSED AT BROILER BAY BURGERS:  A person caused a disturbance after using alcohol and heroin at 15226 Aurora Ave North.

VANDALISM:  Someone tagged a road sign with the word “CYST” on NW Richmond Beach Road.

LARCENY:  Someone broke a window of a car and took a purse.  The car was in the parking lot of McDonald’s, 20227 Ballinger Way North.

September 24

DRUNK MAN:  A drunken man was standing in the middle of the intersection in the 15500 block of Aurora Ave North.  When confronted by police, the man started yelling at the officer.

LARCENY at BALLINGER COMMONS:  A work crew was busy while thieves were even more busy stealing lawn tools from the work truck in the 2400 block of N 202nd Place.

BURGLARY:  A woman in the 2200 block of NE 177th Street told police that someone kicked in a door at the rear of her home.  The thief took money from a lock box.

BURGLARY:  A person was arrested for breaking into a home in the 1600 block of N 183rd Street.  This person stole property from the home.

LARCENY AT LITTLE CAESARS PIZZA:  A woman manager at 18336 Aurora Ave North went to the bank to get change and cash.  She put down the bank bag for a short time while talking to someone.  Someone who drove a car that looked like a taxi stole the bank bag.

STOLEN LICENSE PLATES:  A woman in the 14500 block of Phinney Ave North ran into some misfortune.  Unknown person(s) stole her original license plates and replaced them with other license plates.

BURGLARY:  Someone forced his or her way into a home in the 17500 block of 7th Ave NE.

northernlights October 02, 2012 at 06:37 PM
Even with the reported crimes, Shoreline is still a great place to live

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