Local businesses sold alcohol to minors

  • Tue Nov 15th, 2011 8:25pm

<b>SAFETY WATCH | </b>Herald staff

On Oct. 27 and 28, two Snohomish County businesses failed liquor compliance checks conducted by the Washington State Liquor Control Board. Officers checked 20 businesses for sales of alcohol to minors.

The two businesses cited are Premium Cigar and Wine, 22922 Bothell-Everett Highway in Bothell, and Circle K/76, 202 164th St. SW, Suite A, Lynnwood.

The WSLCB regularly conducts compliance checks of area businesses licensed to sell alcohol.


Nov. 13: Domestic. 6200 block 196th St. SW. Verbal disagreement between a man and a woman over the woman refusing to have intimate relations with him.

Nov. 12: Animal. 19700 block 50th Ave. W. Woman reported a dog bit her and the owner would give her no information.

Nov. 11: Theft. 18700 block Alderwood Mall Parkway. Woman arrested for shoplifting. Booked and released.

Nov. 11: Burglary. 5300 block 69th Place SW. Man suspected in a residential burglary.

Nov. 11: Shoplifting. 19800 block 44th Ave. W. Woman arrested for shoplifting and found to have an outstanding warrant and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Nov. 10: Luring. 22800 block 34th Ave. W. A Brier man said his 14-year-old daughter was approached by a man in his early 20s driving a smaller red pickup truck who asked her if she wanted to “make out.” She told him “no” and he sped off quickly.

Nov. 8: Found property. 2400 block 226th St. SW. A Brier man found some syringes in the street in front of his residence. The syringes were taken to the police department property room for destruction.

Nov. 8: Malicious mischief. 3600 block 214th St. SW. A Brier man said an unknown suspect or suspects placed a “drain cleaner bomb” in his mailbox. The bomb had already exploded. There was no damage to the mailbox except for some discoloration.

Nov. 7: Theft. 19700 block Highway 99. Police learned a man who rented items but never made payments nor returned the items had pawned them.


Nov. 13: Theft. 4600 block 229th Place W. A woman reported her neighbors saw an unknown man load her Rubbermaid boxes into his car. The boxes were filled with $500 worth of Beanie Babies.

Nov. 13: Stolen mail. 24000 block 54th Ave. W. A woman returned from vacation to find her mailbox had been forcefully opened and her mail was missing. Her neighbors reported their mail had been stolen too. $75 damage caused to her mailbox.

Nov. 10: Theft. 24300 block 56th Ave. W. A man reported there was an uptick in thefts of coins from pay phones in the area and surrounding cities. He recently repaired a pay phone after the locks were dismantled and $100 in change was stolen. The same phone was damaged a second time.


Nov. 12: Disturbance. 23500 block Highway 99. A disturbance call resulted in four criminal trespass warnings.

Nov. 11: Domestic. 23400 block Edmonds Way. A mother and her 18-year-old son verbally argued over chores.

Nov. 11: Vehicle Recovery. 23800 block 84th Ave. W. An unoccupied stolen vehicle was recovered.

Nov. 10: Civil. 21900 block Highway 99. A dog was secured to a table outside Starbucks by his leash. Something scared the dog and he fled the scene dragging the table out into the parking lot, significantly damaging two parked cars in the process.

Nov. 10: Burglary. 22900 block 108th Ave. W. A house was burglarized while the residents were away. An unknown suspect appeared to have been wearing gloves.