Crime Watch

Here’s a roundup of some of the more interesting recent neighborhood crime news from Snohomish and Island counties, provided by police:


* 2100 block of 98th Street SE, Nov. 24. A computer, scanner, stereo, clothing, tools, jewelry and other items were reported stolen from a family’s home.

* 1800 block of Silver Lake Drive, Nov. 24. Officers investigated a reported burglary at the Coffee Mill espresso stand. The owner estimated the cost of replacing a window at $300.

* 5400 block of Wetmore Avenue, Nov. 25. Police responded to a vehicle prowl. A witness described two people running from the vehicle. Officers found two people who the witness identified, a 17-year-old Everett boy and an 18-year-old Everett man. Equipment the suspects allegedly stole from the vehicle and from two other vehicles were recovered and returned to the owners. The 17-year-old was booked into the Denney Juvenile Justice Center on suspicion of second-degree theft and malicious mischief. The 18-year-old was booked into the Snohomish County Jail on suspicion of the same crimes.

* 3000 block of Hoyt Avenue, Nov. 26. An employee at Goodwill reported that people tried to pay for purchases with four counterfeit $10 bills. By the time she finished checking the bills with a counterfeit-detecting pen, the people had left the store. The bills were impounded.

* 9900 block of 19th Avenue SE, Nov. 26. The owner of a furniture store reported that skateboarders caused $1,500 damage to a raised concrete wall at the business.

* 3800 block of Shore Drive, Nov. 27. An Everett man reported that his Porsche was broken into and a garage door opener, CDs and a radar detector valued at $800 were stolen.

* 100 block of Dorn Avenue, Nov. 28. An Everett man reported that his IBM Think Pad, a DVD player, DVD movies and a set of 10 crystal blocks were stolen from his apartment. The items were valued at $1,350.

* 1400 block of SE Everett Mall Way, Nov. 29. A man reported that his SUV was keyed, causing an estimated $100 in damage.

* 3400 block of Federal Avenue, Nov. 29. Police arrested a man on suspicion of methamphetamine possession and a woman who allegedly was in possession of drug paraphernalia. Both were booked into the Snohomish County Jail.

* 5600 block of Commercial Avenue, Nov. 30. A woman reported seeing a man trying to break her back door lock. The man fled when he realized the woman was watching him. Replacing the damaged lock cost $35.

* 3000 block of W. Casino Road, Dec. 1. A man reported that one of his car windows was broken and the dashboard damaged in an apparent attempt to remove the car stereo. Damage was estimated at $300.

* 11100 block of Evergreen Way, Dec. 2. A woman was arrested on suspicion of forgery after she allegedly tried to cash a stolen check.

* 1500 block of SE Everett Mall Way, Dec. 2. An Everett woman was arrested on suspicion of second-degree theft after she allegedly stole $892 worth of items from Bon-Macy’s. The clothing was returned to the store.

* 1500 block of SE Everett Mall Way, Dec. 2. A Bon-Macy’s loss prevention officer stopped a Seattle man on suspicion of stealing $366 worth of merchandise. The man was arrested on suspicion of second-degree theft. While booking the man into the county jail, an officer discovered three new watches on his arm. The watches were impounded.

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