Police beat

  • Enterprise staff
  • Tuesday, November 25, 2008 12:23pm

Here are the latest reports from Mountlake Terrace, Lynnwood and Brier police.

Nov. 18

Found property. 22900 block of 39th Pl. W. A citizen reports he found a large quantity of mail lying on the ground next to his mailbox. Police are holding it until the owner can be contacted.

Theft,fraud. 2900 block of 216th Pl SW. A 61-year-old Brier man said someone made purchases via the Internet using his credit card information. He was advised to report the incident to the FBI.

Nov. 17

Suspicious. 2600 block of Elm Drive. A community mailbox was unlocked. Residents were notified and advised to collect their mail.

Expired plates. 21200 block of Poplar Way. Police cited a 21-year-old Lake Forest Park man for driving with an expired registration. A check of records showed his license was suspended. He was cited for third-degree Driving While License Suspended and released.

Nov. 16

Expired license. 3400 block of 228th St. SW. Police cited an 18-year-old Seattle man for drviving with an expired license. He also was identified as the owner, cited for failure to transfer title within 45 Days and expired vehicle license, and released.

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Police beat

  • Enterprise staff
  • Monday, November 24, 2008 4:35pm

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

Nov. 19

Larceny. 17300 block Fremont Ave. N. An unknown suspect stole a phone from a backpack during class.

Disturbance. 14800 block 15th Ave. NE. Police responded to a verbal argument between a girlfriend and boyfriend.

Burglary. 20100 block Sunnyside Pl. N. Multiple items were stolen from an apartement.

Nov. 18

Prostitution. 18300 block Midvale Ave. N. A woman was arrested for possession of cocaine and for prostitution.

Prostitution. N 175th St. and Midvale Ave. A prostitute was found walking Aurora.

Burglary. 1600 block N 175th St. Laptop computers were stolen from a residence and a bicycle was moved into a basement.

Larceny. N 165th St. and Ashworth Ave. A suspect entered a company vehicle and stole a laptop computer and binoculars.

Forgery. 2100 block N 153rd St. A female exchange student from China stole money and used a credit card without permission that belonged to another exchange student from Japan.

Nov. 17

1100 block N 205th St. Several suspects selected DVD box sets and left the store without paying.

Suspicious circumstances. 15200 block 15th Ave. NE. Someone claimed another person stole water from a facility.

Controlled substance. 2800 block NE 145th St. Suspected marijuana paraphernalia was found in a nursing home room.

Suspicious circumstances. 2300 block N 149th St. A female reported finding a .38 special ammo round sitting in her mailbox.

Nov. 16

DUI. N 205th St. and Aurora Ave. N. A man was stopped for going 60 mph on Aurora and arrested for driving with a suspended license and DUI. The suspect told police he had been playing poker for 36 hours straight.

Suspicious circumstances. 900 block N 155th St. A woman walked in a restaurant parking lot in a highly agitated and intoxicated state that prompted Shoreline Fire Aid to treat her.

Nov. 15

DUI. 17700 block 12th Ave. NE. An individual was arrested for operating a motor home while under the influence of alcohol.

Controlled substance. NE 165th St. and 15th Ave. NE. Police arrested a male and a female in possession of medication, heroin, cocaine and $2,062 in cash.

Larceny. 18300 block Aurora Ave. N. A suspect who had just been released from juvenile detention came into a store and was observed putting a flashlight in his pants pocket before trying to leave.

Embezzlement. 15700 block Aurora Ave. N. An employee loaded various giftcards and then used them to make store purchases totaling $612.93.

Burglary. 800 block N 150th St. Someone stole items from a detached shed.

Nov. 14

DUI. 17500 block Aurora Ave. N. An individual was stopped for swerving on the roadway while driving and subsequently arrested for DUI.

DUI. N 163rd St. and Aurora Ave. A male was arrested for driving while intoxicated.

Larceny. 2100 block N 158th St. An IPod and other items were stolen from a vehicle.

Larceny. 18800 block Aurora Ave. N. An unknown suspect broke the rear driverside window of a vehicle to steal items.

Robbery. 1000 block NE 145th St. An unknown black male robbed a Japanese exchange student at gunpoint.

Nov. 13

DUI. N 175th St. and Meridian Ave. An individual was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol and lying to the police.

Vandalism. 18500 block Firlands Way N. Unknown suspects spray painted graffiti on two buildings.

Burglary. 18700 block 12th Ave. NE. Unknown suspects entered the garage and removed insulation in search of unknown items.

Larceny. 14900 block First Ave. NE. A victim reported several missing items from her apartment when she returned from a vacation.

Suspicious circumstances. 16200 block 5th Ct. NW. A victim reported an unknown account created with Etrade.

Vandalism. 17200 block 14th Ave. NW. Three vehicles were reportedly vandalized over a five day period.

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Police beat

  • Enterprise staff
  • Wednesday, November 5, 2008 1:26pm

Here are selected reports from Mill Creek police:

Oct. 27

Malicious mischief. 13000 block Mill creek Blvd. A Mill Creek man reported that his vehicle was damaged through the rear window.

Accident. 47000 block 132nd St. Police responded to a two car, non injury collision.

Drug/Narcotic violation. 15000 block 136th St. A Mill Creek officer responded to a narcotics complaint.

Malicious mischief. 14200 block North Creek Dr. A male reported that one of his windows on his vehicle was damaged over the weekend.

Burglary. 13000 block 26th Dr. Police took a report of a theft from a garage. No suspect information was available at the scene.

Oct. 26

Drug/Narcotic violation. 14600 block Main St. Officers responded to a loud party an arrested a man for selling drugs.

Found property. 1400 block Mill Creek Blvd. A cell phone was found in a park.

Theft. 12000 block Mill Creek Blvd. A woman reported her safe stolen from her apartment.

DUI. 16400 block Mill Creek Blvd. Officers arrested a Seattle woman for drinking and driving.

Oct. 25

14600 bloc 38th Dr. An officer responded to a report of a missing vehicle.

Theft. 900 block 164th St. Police arrested a subject for running up a huge bar tab and not paying the bill.

DUI. 800 lock 164th St. A Lynnwood woman was arrested for drinking and driving.

Oct. 24

Drugs. 2000 block 132nd St. Officers arrested a man for possession of drug paraphernalia.

Assault. 1100 block Mill Creek Blvd. Police responded to a road rage incident which escalated into an assault.

DUI. 15300 block Mill Creek Blvd. A Washington DC man was stopped for erratic driving and arrested for DUI.

Oct. 23

15000 block 136th St. An officer made an arrest for possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.

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Police Beat

  • Enterprise staff
  • Tuesday, November 4, 2008 10:16pm

Here are the latest reports from the Mountlake Terrace, Brier and Lynnwood police:

Nov. 2

Car prowl. 22000 block 58th Ave. W., overnight. A woman said someone stole her car stereo and Bluetooth headset from her parked Nissan Maxima.

Suspicious circumstances. 22000 block Lakeview Drive. A 12-year-old boy said he was walking east on his way home along 228th St. SW when a man driving a green SUV stopped next to him and said, “Hey kid, you look wet. Get in and I’ll give you a ride.” The boy ran home and told his mother. He described the vehicle as similar to a GMC Yukon with darker, tinted windows.

Nov. 1

Graffiti. Bicentennial Park, Mountlake Terrace. City workers discovered someone had spray-painted most of the jungle gym with lots of hand written messages in black ink and someone burned a bunch of plastic.

Oct. 31

Robbery. 22800 block Lakeview Dr., 8 p.m. Two 17-year-olds said they were robbed by two men who jumped out of a black SUV as they walked along the street. One man gave up his cell phone; the other gave up some cash.

Malicious mischief. 5000 block 225th Pl. S.W., overnight. Someone took a carved pumpkin from the front yard and threw it at a homeowner’s Toyota Yaris, leaving a 2-inch deep dent in the front right quarter panel and causing $250 in damage.

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