LFP Police Blotter: Dancers at Déja Vu Found Grinding on Patrons Warned for Violating Distance Rule

The following blotter items and information from Aug. 20, 2012 through Aug. 26, 2012 were selected from the Lake Forest Park Police Department. The reports do not indicate a conviction. Please note missing dates means nothing to report.

August 20

AUTO THEFT: Someone stole a green Acura Integra from the 4700 block of N.E. 204th St. overnight.

GRINDING AT DÉJA VU: During a police check of Déja Vu, 14558 Bothell Way N.E., two dancers, a 21-year-old and a 33-year-old were contacted for violating the distance rule. Both were "grinding" on the patrons. Both were given warnings. The officer spoke to both the manager and the general manager about the violations and increased awareness of possible violations in the club. 

August 22

VEHICLE PROWL: Someone entered a 2004 white Dodge truck with a defective lock parked in the 18300 block of 47th Place N.E. and took an iPod, blue briefcase with business papers, checkbook, $400 in cash, a range finder and camera. The victim said he heard someone running away from the area at around 3:50 a.m. and heard items being dropped as the person ran. He later found items from the truck on the ground.

DUI: A drunk driver was reported in the 17300 block of Beach Drive N.E. near the Civic Club. The driver was hitting curbs and almost ran a couple vehicles off the road. 

August 23

DOG ESCAPES: The owner of a dog in the 3300 block of N.E. 163rd St. left and the dog apparently followed him out of house without him noticing. A neighbor who was out running returned the dog. Police advised the dog's owner to make sure the dog stays in the yard and to put a collar on her. Incident was forwarded to animal control police about a possible ongoing issue.

AGGRESSIVE DOG: A man came to the LFP Police Station to report that a dog, an Australian Shepherd, came at him aggressively while he was walking on Brookside Blvd. with a baby stroller. The owner was contacted by police and said the dog got out through the back yard. The dog did not appear aggressive to police, but the officer warned the owner that any future incidents would yield a citation and follow up with King County Animal Control. The owner said she would call the man who reported the dog and apologize.

August 24

BURGLARY: A burglary was reported in the 19200 block of Forest Park Drive N.E.

August 26

CRIMINAL TRESPASS: A woman in the 19100 block of 30th Ave. N.E. reported that daughter was in her yard and refused to leave after being kicked out. The daughter was issued a criminal trespass warning and advised to leave and not return or she would be arrested. 


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