Crime Watch

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

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* 22nd Place NE, 11100 block, Nov. 13. Police responded to a report of a domestic dispute between a man and a woman.

* 125th Avenue NE, 1900 block, Nov. 13. A fight broke out between two men in a group of people walking home from a bar. Both men were arrested and taken to jail.

* E. Lakeshore Drive, 1300 block, Nov. 12. A woman driver was taken to a hospital after a car accident. The car was towed away.

* 20th Street NE, 12400 block, Nov. 9. Officers on patrol saw two boys toss a large box over a guardrail. When they tried to talk to the boys, the youngsters fled. As they ran, they tossed items from their pockets along the side of the road. The boys were caught and admitted breaking into a shed owned by a local business and stealing a box. They were arrested on investigation of burglary.

* 131st Street NE, 1600 block, Oct. 31. Police responded to a 911 call of an assault. Officers found the victim, but the assault had occurred outside the city. The victim was taken to a hospital and officers referred the case to the Snohomish County sheriff’s office.

* 124the Court NE, 800 block, Oct. 30. A man found the driver’s door to his truck open. Someone had stolen his stereo system, valued at $650, and some tools.

* 113th Avenue NE and 28th Street NE, Oct. 29. Police impounded a vehicle with out-of-state license plates after officers found it parked partially in a traffic lane and couldn’t find the driver.

* E. Lakeshore Drive, 1600 block, Oct. 29. A boy, 12, punched another boy in the face. The assault was referred to juvenile prosecutors.

* 123rd Avenue NE, 1100 block, Oct. 28. Someone smashed the window of a man’s vehicle and stole a stereo valued at $350.

* 28th Street NE, 11700 block, Oct. 28. Someone stole a bank card from a mailbox.

* 130th Drive NE, 2300 block, Oct. 27. Police arrested a woman, 41, after she threw a phone at another person during a heated argument.

* Highway 92 and 147th Avenue NE, Oct. 24. When officers stopped a vehicle for speeding, they discovered it had been reported stolen. The driver, 28, said he had just bought the vehicle two days before. Police searched the car and found burglary tools and stolen property inside. They arrested and jailed the man on an outstanding warrant and investigation of possession of stolen property.

* 123rd Avenue NE, 2200 block, Oct. 20. A woman called police to report that her son, 13, had just been assaulted at school. She was talking to him on a cellphone and overheard the incident. Another student ran up to the boy and threatened to kill him, then put him in a headlock, causing him to fall down. The case has been referred to juvenile prosecutors.

* 16th Street NE, 12500 block, Oct. 20. Two young children were walking on the sidewalk when several teenagers approached them. One of the teens took out a knife and demanded money. The children ran to the Boys &Girls Club for help. Police promptly found and arrested the suspect, 13, on investigation of attempted robbery.

* 117th Avenue NE, 2100 block, Oct. 19. A man, 43, said his girlfriend, 39, started throwing things around the house during an argument. She then got into a fight with two children 10 and 12 when they tried to stop her. She was arrested on investigation of domestic violence assault.

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