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Shoreline Police Blotter: Man Parks Vehicle In Front of Girlfriend's House, Later Finds Homosexual Slur Carved On It

The following blotter items range from May 11, 2012 - May 15, 2012. Information on arrests is supplied by the Shoreline Police Department. The reports do not indicate a conviction.

May 11

BRASS KNUCKLES: A person possessing brass knuckles was found trespassing on Burlington Northern Santa Fe tracks in the 20300 block of Richmond Beach Drive.

May 12

CAR PROWL: Someone stole items from an open vehicle in the 14500 block of 31st Ave. N.E.

COMMERCIAL BURGLARY: Someone pulled a door and broke into a travel trailer at Hamlin Park.

MAKE-UP THEFT: A female person entered Rite Aid at 23300 Ballinger Way N. and shoplifted several make-up items including mascara and eyeliners in her purse after first opening them up in the bathroom.

May 13

VANDALISM: A guy had parked his vehicle in front of his girlfriend’s house in the 800 block of N.E. 201st and noticed someone had carved a homosexual slurs on the vehicle’s intercooler located on the front of his vehicle.

ASSAULT: A woman’s ex-boyfriend and father of her children pulled her hair causing pain in the 1500 block of N.E. 150th St.

ASSAULT: A 16-year-old girl living in the 15500 block of Bagley Place N. upset about a family issue destroyed items around the house. When the mom and dad tried to intervene she bit her dad and slammed her mom’s finger in the door breaking it.

VANDALISM: Someone scrawled Mexican Mafia graffiti in the beach restrooms at Richmond Beach Park including BIGO MM XVIII.

May 14

TRESPASS: A homeless/transient woman who had her shopping cart full of possessions parked outside the Seattle Children’s Thrift store was rude to the store manager and refused to leave the premises.

AMMO TURNED IN: A man gave police 120 rounds of .22 caliber long shells that he does not wish to own any longer. He told police he has had the rounds for over 50 years and that he does not shoot anymore.

ARSON: A male person was reportedly setting bags on fire behind Home Depot during the day. He was taken into custody.

May 15

SHOPLIFTING: Someone entered the deli department at Central Market and stole items and was trespassed and arrested.

WALLET TAKEN: Someone’s wallet and its contents were stolen during a social engagement at a woman’s residence in the 16100 Sunnyside Ave. N.

PHONE STOLEN: Someone stole a phone from a desk at Green Hope Patient Network 15021 Aurora Ave. N.

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