On Friday, October 26th at close to the noon hour, a customer who was not happy with whatever situation at The Verizon Wireless Store decided to punch out a glass door. The vandalism happened at 1255 N 205th Street.
LARCENY: A suspect took batteries out of vehicles in the 16500 block of 22nd Ave NE.
AUTO THEFT: A male victim, allowed a male suspect to borrow the victim’s car. The car that was “borrowed” was a 2006 Toyota Camry with Washington plates. The male suspect was simply going to drive from a Shoreline address to Bothell to pick up his siblings. The male victim has not seen his car since it was “loaned out.”
CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE: A man was trying to steal items from the Fred Meyer at 18325 Aurora Ave North. When captured by police, the man had the shoplifted items and controlled substances.
SUICIDE ATTEMPT: A woman walked into the Hollywood Casino (16716 Aurora Ave North) and shared some news close to 1:00pm. She announced she had overdosed on prescription medications because she wanted to take her own life.
FOURTH DEGREE ASSAULT: A victim let her ex-boyfriend into her home in the 2000 block of 21st Place NE. After entering the front door, the man assaulted her during an argument.
LARCENY: Some items were taken from a purse that sat in a staff lunchroom at Shoreline Community College, 16101 Greenwood Ave North.
MORE ASSAULT: A patient at Richmond Beach Rehabilitation Center (19235-15th Ave NW) suffers from dementia. This dementia patient with behavioral disorders assaulted a social worker at close to 5:00pm.
DRIVING WITH REVOKED LICENSE: A man was stopped by police at the intersection of N 175th Street and Aurora Ave North. He was driving with a revoked license. His car was impounded by Jim’s Northgate Towing.
DUI: A person was driving while drunk in the bus lane after running a red light. The person was arrested for drunk driving and given a criminal citation. The person was stopped nearby N 155th Street and Aurora Ave North.
SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES: A man in the 18000 block of Dayton Avenue who had been drinking claimed he was robbed by two suspects. The police found no evidence to support his allegations.
FAMILY DISTURBANCE: An adult brother and sister were engaged in a physical confrontation at The Public Storage on Ballinger Way.
BURGLARY: A victim who lives in the 1100 block of N 180th Street told police that unknown suspect(s) stole a TV, laptop and printer from the victim. The culprit(s) forced a window open to gain entry to the apartment.
VANDALISM: A female suspect slashed a tire with a knife. The suspect told the victim that she would pay for the damage to the victim’s car tire. The victim who resides in the 2200 block of NE 198th Court did not want to press charges.
VANDALISM: The Aurora Village Transit Center (1524 N 200th Street) was tagged by someone who used a black marker and a silver paint pen to write illegible words.
LARCENY: A suspect unlocked a driver’s side door through a cracked window with the intent of stealing items from the car. Three laptops were stolen from the car parked at The Crest Cinema. The police confirm that there was nothing sensitive to Homeland Security on the laptops.
MENTAL COMPLAINTS: A victim in the 19900 block of Ashworth Ave North was involuntarily brought to a hospital after threatening to kill herself/himself. The suicidal threats involved attempted suicide by pills.
DRIVING WHILE LICENSE REVOKED: A person was arrested for third degree, driving while license revoked. Further, the vehicle was impounded due to the discovery of marijuana. A criminal citation was given to the suspect at the intersection N 200th Street and Wallingford Avenue.
LARCENY: A car was parked under a carport in the 19000 block of 15th Ave NE. Someone broke into the vehicle by smashing out a window on the front driver side with a brick. It is unclear what was taken from the car.
VANDALISM AT HILLWOOD PARK: A new MBK tag was found on a downspout and various obscene graffiti was discovered in the men’s room at 19001 – 3rd Ave NW. The vandalism was photographed and removed.