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Weapons and Pot at Shorecrest High School

The following blotter items range from October 30, 2012 – November 1, 2012. Information on arrests is supplied by the Shoreline Police Department. The reports do not indicate a conviction.

 

On Monday, November 1st, at approximately 9:15am, school resource Officer Rob Bardsley, found an individual with marijuana and a multi-tool with a knife attached on the campus of Shorecrest High School.

October 30

DISORDERLY CONDUCT:  Shangri-La Adult Family Home is at 104 N 177th Street in Shoreline.  There was a physical altercation between group home members who started off with a verbal argument.  Person A has Alzheimer’s and other medical issues.  Person B suffers from hypothyroidism.  They fought with their hands.

FRAUD:  A case of fraudulent check usage happened at Beth’s Top Nails at 14729 Aurora Ave North.

AUTO THEFT:  A car was stolen from the Aurora Village Transit Center at 1524 N 200th Street.  An officer took the report at the park and ride at roughly 6:00pm.

FOURTH DEGREE ASSAULT:  A husband who lives with his wife in the 14800 block of 8th Ave NE scratched his wife’s hand during an argument.  He was booked into Snohomish County Jail.

October 31

BOAT THEFT:  Someone used a bolt cutter to cut a lock in the 800 block of NE 189th Street.  Once that deed was done, they stole a boat from a public roadway.

FRAUD:  Person A is the owner of Maaco at 19217 Aurora Ave North.  “A” received a check for $1762.80 from Person B for payment of a repair bill.  “B” is the owner of a company called Quality Auto Service.  The check that “B” gave to “A” was written on a closed account.

LARCENY:  A victim was at a Bank of America, 1121 N 205th Street.  He helped two suspects enter his car and take items.  He did so by rolling up to the bank ATM, parking his car in a public lot, leaving his driver’s side door open and giving his attention to the ATM.  He observed two females near his vehicle and eventually one of the two got into this car.  The report does not make clear what was stolen.

LARCENY:  Someone shoplifted alcohol from Top Foods at 1201 N 175th Street.

RESIDENTIAL BURGLARY:  A suspect kicked in a basement door and made off with a TV and rings.  This happened during the daytime in the 16100 block of Densmore Ave North.

JUVENILE RUNAWAY:  A father and son live in the 700 block of N 190th Street.  The son has many problems in school therefore the son has chosen to skip out of class a lot since the beginning of school.  Dad and son were supposed have a conference with a school counselor but that’s where this report ends.  There is no additional information to provide.

VANDALISM at RIDGECREST II APARTMENTS:  A tire was slashed for possibly the second time in the 400 block of NE 165th Street.

PRISONER TRANSPORT: A person was booked for a warrant stemming from a “hit and run” incident in 1998.  The person was transported from the Mountlake Terrace Police Department.

RESIDENTIAL BURGLARY:  A home in the 15400 block of Meridian Ave North was burglarized by a suspect who forced his or her way into the house via a rear glass slider door.  The suspect took several, small items that were valuable.        

NON-INJURY ACCIDENT:  A motor vehicle was driven into a ditch nearby the 2400 block of N 202nd Place (Ballinger Commons Apartments) and abandoned by the driver.  The car was blocking the roadway and fire hydrant; therefore, it was impounded by Gerber Towing.

November 1

OBSTRUCTING AN OFFICER:  Individuals were contacted in a vehicle nearby the 19000 block of 23rd Ave NW by a police officer.  The people and car smelled like marijuana.  The individuals who made false statements to the officer were booked into jail.

FOURTH DEGREE ASSAULT: A man and woman reside in the 15800 block of 9th Ave NE.  During an argument, the woman suffered an injury brought onto her by the man.  The argument was about her leaving the house.  The man was booked into Snohomish County Jail.

VEHICLE PROWL:  A culprit entered an unlocked car door in the 14600 block of 9th Ave NE.  This car invasion happened sometime during the night.  The owner of the car found the side doors partially ajar the next morning.  While the car was prowled, there was nothing taken.

DRUNKENNESS:  A man who more than likely had too much to drink was sitting on the sidewalk next to Bay 2 at The Aurora Village Transit Center, 1524 N 200th Street.  He slurred his words and was shouting in utter belligerence at police officers and Fire Aid who responded to him at the scene.  He was transported to detoxify.

LARCENY:  Someone stole a portrait camera from a portrait studio owned by CPI Corporation.  CPI sub-contracts out to the Sears at 15711 Aurora Ave North. 

TRESPASS:  A drunken person threatened to punch the manager of Rhonda’s Video Store after urinating on the floor.  Rhonda’s is a pornographic video store at 19540 Aurora Ave North.  The drunken person wandered northbound from the store and was observed peering into vehicles parked near Echo Lake.  The drunken person was trespassed from Rhonda’s Video Store.

RESIDENTIAL BURGLARY:  A suspect forced open a rear sliding glass door at a private residence in the 19300 block of Meridian Ave North.  No further information was given.

FOURTH DEGREE ASSAULT:  A victim was assaulted in the parking lot of a 7-11 retail store nearby the intersection of North 185th Street and Stone Ave North.  The police were not able to locate the suspect. 

LARCENY:  A victim left her jacket and keys on an athletic track while she was running at Shorecrest High School, 15343 – 25th Ave NE.  A witness saw a man take the items and leave on a bike towards Kellogg Park.  The victim did not get the description from the witness who was passing by.

MENTAL COMPLAINTS:  A person who lives in a single-family home in the 16300 block of Greenwood Ave North has dementia.  The person wandered out of the house wearing no pants and was found by an individual who was passing by.  The person with dementia was referred to the Memory Impaired Assistance Program. 

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