Police beat

  • Enterprise staff
  • Wednesday, November 19, 2008 9:05am

Here are selected reports from Shoreline and Lake Forest Park police:

Nov. 12

Vandalism. 2300 block N. 156th Pl. A rearview window on a vehicle was broken off overnight.

Vandalism. 18500 block 8th Ave. NW. An unknown suspect repeatedly vandalizes a mailbox.

Nov. 11

Larceny. 2300 block N 185th St. Someone broke the windows of three vehicles with visible purses/wallets inside.

Nov. 10

Larceny. 15800 block Corliss Ave. N. A suspect broke into a vehicle and stole a stereo.

Burglary. 500 block NE 195th St. Electronics were stolen from a residence.

Robbery. 17500 block 5th Ave. NE. A suspect pulled a knife on a victim and stole his medication.

Vehicle prowl. 1800 block 9th Ave. NE. An unlocked car was reportedly rifled through every weekend for the past three weeks.

Obstructing an officer. 2500 block NE. 195th St. A female with a warrant and suspect of a crime lied about her name and fled the scene.

Nov. 9

Indecent phone calls. 1300 block N 175th St. A woman received consistent phone calls over the past year from a phone caller ID shows belongs to her ex-husband’s new wife.

Vandalism. 500 block NW 201st Ct. Unknown suspects smashed the windows of a vehicle parked in front of a residence.

Vandalism. 500 block NW 195th St. A rock was thrown through the front window of a residence.

Vandalism. 19100 block Richmond Beach. A vehicle was damaged when an unknown suspect threw an egg-sized rock through the front passenger side window of a vehicle.

Larceny. 600 block NE 165th St. Unknown suspects entered a parked vehicle and stole two small bags containing coins and other low-value items from the center console.

Nov. 8

DUI. NE 185th St. and 10th Ave. NE. A male was arrested for drinking and driving. He claimed to speak almost no English at first but learned to speak quite well about the time he was being released.

Burglary. 14800 block 15th Ave. NE. An unknown suspect forced a front door lock and triggered an alarm at a photography studio.

Disturbance. 18300 block Dayton Ave. N. Residents at a safe and sober house were arguing about who should clean a stove.

Extortion. 1500 block NE 177th St. A woman received an message in her e-mail account from an unknown person requesting $5,000 to spare the life of a victim.

Larceny. 18300 block Aurora Ave. N. Someone stole alcohol from a grocery store.

Forged prescriptions. 1100 block N 205th St. A fraudulent prescription was phoned into a pharmacy.


Threats by phone. 14700 block 12th Ave. NE. Someone threatened to kill someone else over the phone.

Larceny. 17900 block Aurora Ave. N. A suspect broke a window of a new delivery truck parked in the lot of a business.

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