Weird courtship: Man recieves threatening emails from woman met on wrestling singles site | Police Blotter

Weird courtship: Man recieves threatening emails from woman met on wrestling singles site | Police Blotter

Police blotter for May 2-8.

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May 2

Foreplay: At 7:03 a.m. in the 10900 block of 115th Court Northeast, a man called about receiving unsavory emails from a woman. The threatening emails came from a female in California. He met her on a wrestling dating website.

Threats: At 1:52 p.m. in the 11600 block of 98th Avenue Northeast, there were two men and one child or more in a car. One subject was screaming that he was going to “beat the s**** out of them” to the other passengers. One of the passengers then exited the car and asked the caller if they could help him. The caller reported it was not a friendly gesture.

Illegal coloring: At 6:52 p.m. in the 14000 block of 124th Avenue Northeast, an apartment manager discovered vandalism that occurred the previous day was done by a 10 year old and a 12 year old. The boys were drawing on the apartment property with sharpies. The parents asked that an officer come by and speak to their sons.

Sketchy behavior: At 11:25 p.m. in the 12500 block of 109th Court Northeast, a subject was seen ducked down behind vehicles. They attempted to open the doors of one car and then crawled to the other side of the vehicle. The caller only saw the top of the subject’s head as he was crawling. The only victim was the owner of a BMW that had its tire slashed.

May 3

Family plan: At 11:10 a.m. in the 12800 block of Northeast 106th Place, a subject discovered an unknown person added two phone numbers to her T-Mobile account.

Spoofed: At 2:38 p.m. in the 12400 block of Northeast 100th Street, a person got a call that his Social Security number was compromised. The caller told the person to empty his bank account and purchase gift cards or a warrant would be issued for his arrest. The caller requested to speak with a police officer. The caller then hung up and called the person back, posing as someone from the Kirkland Police Department. They used the spoofing technique to make it appear as if the call was coming from the department. The victim lost $5,500 worth of gift cards.

May 4

Not so brotherly love: At 8:58 a.m. in the 13200 block of 135th Avenue Northeast, an argument broke out between two brothers. The mother explained she didn’t know how to deal with her two sons arguing. Her 11 year old kept hitting her 12 year old.

Car cleaning anger: At 4:28 p.m. in the 600 block of 7th Avenue, a 61-year-old man became impatient when waiting for a spot at the Brown Bear Car Wash. The man began yelling at people who were washing their cars. The man fled the scene in a 2011 Range Rover.

Car scratching: At 8:38 p.m. in the 13100 block of 134th Avenue Northeast, a person was identified by video surveillance as a suspect who had been scratching vehicle windows in a nearby subdivision. The man, who would come out every night, would urinate on signs. The suspect has dementia. His wife and adult son informed him the case would be sent to prosecutors.

May 8

No one wants to see that: At 11:33 a.m. in the 11600 block 124th Avenue Northeast, a caller reported seeing a male and female in the cab of a black pickup truck. They were having sex. The caller left the parking lot.

Rock out: At 12:09 p.m. in the 11000 block of Northeast 68th Street, a former resident of an apartment complex was upset about being removed from the complex. The resident threw a rock through the manager’s kitchen window.

Somebody’s watching me: At 5:25 p.m. in the 12200 block of 120th Avenue Northeast, a female subject called police after she discovered her purse, wallet and keys were all taken from her shopping cart. She believes someone was watching her. She was afraid her car might get stolen. She stood outside next to her car.


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