Young man out on the town breaks glass front door | Police Blotter

Police blotter for Oct. 10-17.

  • Thursday, October 31, 2019 1:30pm
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Oct. 10

You’ve got no mail: At 8:13 p.m. in the 12000 block of 76th Avenue Northeast, a woman reported that she believes someone is stealing her mail. She does not have evidence, but believes her “medical stuff” was stolen. She is installing a locked mailbox.

Oct. 11

Tracking a phone: At 3:37 p.m. in the 12000 block of Northeast 128th Street, someone reported that her cell phone was stolen from EvergreenHealth, while she was visiting her husband. He’s a doctor. She was able to track her phone’s location using the “Find My Phone” feature. It was inside the Nabtesco Aerospace facility. Police were unable to find the phone.

I stole it at Ross: At 7:22 p.m. in the 12600 block of Totem Lake Boulevard Northeast, a Ross Totem Lake employee reported that two people stole $500 worth of merchandise.

Craving the Claw: At 7:33 p.m. in the 12500 block of 85th Street, a juvenile ran out from a store. He stole some White Claw.

Oct. 12

Missing Air Jordans: At 1:36 a.m. in the 7700 block of Northeast 142nd Place, a woman reported that her unlocked car was prowled as she was parked in her boyfriend’s driveway. They took a wallet with cash, sunglasses and Nike Air Jordans.

Partying too hard: At 2:49 a.m. in the 400 block of Market Street, a man broke the front glass door of a home as he was trying to get inside. The man had alcohol in his system. He said he didn’t remember much after arriving in Kirkland and going to a bar with friends. He was walking around when he attempted to get inside the home. He was unable to overcome the locked doors.

Oct. 17

Stolen phone?: At 1:29 p.m. in the 12500 block of 128th Lane Northeast, a man reported a stolen phone. He believed he knows who stole it. He didn’t want to approach the subject about it and didn’t want to give the description. While police were on their way, he found his phone down the street. He believed it was taken, but does not know by whom. The phone was shattered.


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