Woodinville Crime Nov. 27–30


On Saturday, Nov. 27, deputies responded at 7:28 p.m., to a single-vehicle collision into a ditch at 17600 N.E. Woodinville-Duvall Rd. While on the scene, deputies learned the driver was involved in a theft of a phone from a nearby store. The phone owner followed the suspect and while attempting to evade the victim, the suspect threw the stolen cell phone out of his car and crashed into a ditch. The phone was located, but the victim refused to assist with the prosecution process.


On Sunday, Nov. 28, at 4:13 a.m., three suspects broke out a store window in the 13900 block of N.E. Mill and climbed through it. The suspects disabled the store’s alarm system and stole merchandise. Video footage of the incident was obtained and the case was submitted to a detective for follow-ups.


A female suspect entered a store located at 14300 N.E. Woodinville-Duvall Rd., at 10:10 a.m. on Sunday, Nov. 28 and concealed merchandise in her bags and pockets. A store employee called 911 and police contacted the woman inside the store. The employee opted to trespass her from the store. The suspect was adamant that she was going to pay for the items. Shortly after, she shoplifted from another store nearby and left prior to police notification.


Deputies were dispatched at 5:02 a.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 30, to a burglary investigation in the 18200 block of 142nd Ave. N.E. Two suspects kicked the front door into a residence but did not go inside. The homeowner saw them at the door’s threshold. The suspects apologized and ran away.


A victim in the 19000 block of 136th Ave. N.E. reported a 5:25 a.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 30, that someone stole their seven-foot-tall inflatable sheepdog Christmas decoration that was on display.

Bothell Crime Nov. 23–27


On Tuesday, Nov. 23, dispatch was advised of a residential burglary that occurred to the victim’s attached garage at 6:26 p.m., in the 8800 block of N.E. 177th St.  Officer’s investigation revealed that unknown suspect(s) entered the open garage and took the victim’s backpack, laptop, air pod and cars keys from inside the victim’s parked vehicle without the victim’s permission.


Officers responded to a report of a hit and run at 10:04 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 23 at N.E. 183rd St., where the suspect vehicle fled the scene but was followed by a witness to an apartment complex. Officers located the vehicle and driver (suspect) and it was determined that the suspect was under the influence of alcohol. The suspect was administratively processed and released.


The Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office called after responding to a scene in the 20800 block of SR 527 S.E. at 4:52 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 27 and dealing with a woman that was obviously under the influence of narcotics. They had followed her off-and-on from the area of I-5 and 164th, through Mill Creek and then into Bothell. The woman had been entering businesses, causing a commotion and walking in the middle of the various roadways. She was arrested and booked for disorderly.

Woodinville Crime Nov. 19–24


On Friday, Nov. 19 at 10:57 p.m., a victim reported someone broke into their parked vehicle in the 17700 block of 140th Ave. N.E. while they were shopping. The suspect(s) broke two windows and stole banking checks. Deputies reviewed the surveillance video. The case is under investigation.


At approximately 4:23 p.m., on Saturday, Nov. 20, a suspect entered a store at 18000 Garden Way N.E. and grabbed a smartphone on display. The suspect ripped the phone from its security anchor and ran out of the store without paying for it. A video evidence request was submitted to the store for follow-ups.


A vehicle driving the wrong way in the 17200 block of 124th collided with another vehicle at 3:18 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 22. The wrong-way driver struck the other vehicle with a glancing hit. There were no reported injuries at the scene. The wrong-way driver was unconscious when police/aid arrived. Deputies and firefighters extracted him from the car and performed CPR in the roadway. The driver regained a pulse and was transported to a medical center.


On Nov. 23 at 10:19 a.m., a victim was assaulted by her significant other in the 18200 block of 142nd Ave. N.E. The suspect then rammed his vehicle into the victim’s vehicle while she was inside. There were no injuries reported. The victim flagged a citizen to call 911 and the suspect went back to their residence. Negotiations with the suspect were not successful and the victim refused to assist with the prosecuting process. Charges were referred to the prosecutor’s office on the suspect for review/consideration.


A victim reported someone stole their pick-up truck at 12:47 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 24 while it was parked in a business parking lot in the 19800 block of 141st PL N.E. This area did not have any cameras. At approximately 10 a.m., a suspect attempted to steal a pick-up truck several blocks away and was confronted by the owner. The suspect fled prior to police arrival. Video footage and suspect description were obtained. The case is under investigation. The stolen vehicle was recovered by the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office at approximately 5:50 p.m. on Nov. 24.

Woodinville Crime Nov. 13–18


On Saturday, Nov. 13, at 10:28 a.m., several victims reported bicycle thefts from an apartment complex in the 17100 block of 133rd Ave. N.E. Video evidence and suspect information were obtained. The suspects were identified and the case was forwarded to a detective for follow-up.


A driver was flagged down in the 17300 block of 140th Ave. N.E. at 5:04 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 17, by someone and was told their bumper was loose. That person offered to fix the bumper for a small fee. The driver refused and drove away. Woodinville PD later got another report of a similar incident that happened on Monday, Nov. 15, where a victim stopped her vehicle after being flagged down. She was also told her bumper was loose. She allowed that individual to drive her vehicle down the street to fix it. The suspect brought her car back shortly after and told her “no charge for the fix.” She later realized her money and cell phone was stolen from her car. The case information was submitted to the WPD crime analyst for similar incidents in the area and is under investigation.


Four suspects were involved in a shoplifting incident at a retail outlet in the 14000 block of NE 175th St., at 8:05 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 17. The store’s loss prevention was alerted to the suspects by an audible alarm noise when alarms were cut, but they did not call 911 until the suspects left the store. While deputies were in route, the suspects left the scene in a stolen U-Haul moving truck. Loss prevention advised they are not allowed to call 911 until a crime had been committed.


On Thursday, Nov. 18 at 12:40 a.m., a homeowner in a condominium complex located in the 14000 block of NE 181St., confronted a group of nude individuals who were using the community hot tub during closed hours. During the argument, several members of the group attacked the homeowner causing injuries. The case is under investigation.

Woodinville Crime Oct. 30–Nov. 5


At 3 p.m., on Saturday, Oct. 30, a victim reported her family’s unoccupied home in the 14800 block of 173rd St. was burglarized. The victim contacted a male suspect in the driveway of the home during a visit and the suspect drove away quickly. The suspect forced entry to the home through the front door. The suspect and vehicle information were provided to a detective for follow-ups.


Deputies responding to a commercial business alarm at 2:37 a.m., on Wednesday, Nov. 3, in the 14100 block of N.E. 186th St., noticed the front door was forced open. The deputies checked inside and investigated the burglary. No suspects were located. AFIS responded and assisted with the investigation. The case was forwarded to a detective for follow-ups.


On Friday, Nov. 5, at 7:26 a.m., a business owner reported several businesses in the 18500 block of 156th Ave. N.E. was burglarized overnight. An unknown suspect(s) forced entry into a multi-business location and broke into eight separate businesses. A safe, firearms, cash, and other items were stolen. AFIS (fingerprinting unit) assisted with the investigation and the case was forwarded to a detective for follow-ups.


At 8:58 a.m., on Friday, Nov. 5, a waste management plant reported a deceased body found in their garbage collection area in the 14000 block of N.E. 190th St. Deputies and King County Sheriff’s Office Major Crimes detectives responded. The case is under investigation.  


An unknown suspect broke into an unlocked parked vehicle in the 15200 block of 127th Pl N.E. at 10:29 a.m., on Friday, Nov. 5. The suspect used a garage door opener inside the vehicle and gained access to the home’s garage twice that night. The case was forwarded to a detective for follow-ups.

Bothell Crime Oct. 7–9


Officers were dispatched at 10:15 a.m. on Thursday, Oct. 7 to a motor vehicle prowl in the 22600 block of Bothell-Everett Hwy. It was reported that a subject described as a white female adult with curly hair in a knot was carrying purses into the wooded area behind the business. Upon initial officers arriving it was determined that one vehicle had been broken into with the window being broken out. The female subject was further described as wearing a blue puffy coat. Officers conducted an area check and determined witnesses last saw the female heading northbound through the parking lot. Officers were unable to locate the subject or the stolen property. This investigation is still ongoing.


On Thursday, Oct. 7, at 9:16 p.m., officers responded to an investigation of shots fired in the 10100 block of N.E. 204th St. and the 800 block of 228th St. S.E. The reporting party called stating an unknown subject(s) shot out their window. Officers arrived and determined the window was shot by a bb. A few minutes after arriving at this call, Officers received an additional call of a window being shot out. Officers arrived at that call and confirmed that the window was also shot out with a bb.


Officers were dispatched to a call at Home Depot on Friday, Oct. 8, at 7:43 p.m., where the reporting party stated an occupant in a Dodge Durango parked in the parking lot had been doing drug deals. Officers arrived on the scene and determined the registered owner of the vehicle had a Bothell misdemeanor warrant and several others. The suspect was taken into custody for his misdemeanor warrants and booked into jail without incident. He had drug paraphernalia on this person but there was no evidence of dealing. 


At 9:51 p.m., on Friday, Oct. 8, officers were dispatched to a robbery call at the Comfort Inn. Officers’ investigation revealed the suspect, wearing a black sweatshirt and gray sweatpants, walked into the lobby and began asking about room rates. At some point during the conversation, the suspect stated that they had a gun and demanded money from the employee.  No weapon was displayed during the robbery. The employee handed over approximately $240 in U.S. currency from the cash register. The suspect fled out the front door and got into the front passenger seat of a red four-door sedan. The vehicle fled the parking lot in an unknown direction.


On Saturday, Oct. 9 at 12:22 a.m., Snohomish County Sheriffs requested Bothell Police Department’s assistance with a party of approximately 1000, and a report of a female with a head injury in the 21300 block 65th Ave. S.E. Officers were attempting to reach the female and provide aid, but the crowd was anti-police. Officers, including two from Bothell, and deputies were able to disperse the crowd without incident and render aid.


At 12:37 a.m., on Saturday, Oct. 9, dispatch advised that two male suspects shoplifted two fifths of Jack Daniels at the Safeway and fled the location southbound on foot through the parking lot. An area check was conducted with negative results. 

Bothell Crime Sept.27–Oct.3


On Monday, Sept. 27 at 10:14 p.m., a reporting party advised that suspects removed the catalytic converter from his vehicle that was parked in front of their unit in the 22700 block of 22nd Dr. S.E. The reporting party heard a sawing noise, walked out to the parking lot and observed his vehicle up on blocks. He then observed the suspects leave in two separate vehicles but was unable to provide any description or a total number of suspects. The suspects fled in a dark gray passenger car and a second light-colored passenger car.


Bothell Police Officers Brooks and Jordal responded to an in-progress residential burglary on Tuesday, Sept. 28 in the 300 block of 224th St. S.W., and arrested one suspect, who is now in custody. When the officers responded, the suspect was still inside the home in a neighborhood directly east of Frank Love Elementary School. The school was asked to lockdown as a precaution. Officers arrested the lone suspect, a 40-year-old male, without incident. Bothell Police detectives believe the suspect, now in custody, may be connected to other recent home burglaries in the Canyon Park and Queensborough neighborhoods and are currently investigating possible links. 


The plaza in front of City Hall was occupied by two groups at 1:10 p.m., on Saturday, Oct. 2 who wished to express their beliefs about reproductive rights. Approximately 15 pro-life and more than 100 pro-choice advocates walked through downtown streets for about an hour. Patrol assisted in ensuring a peaceful demonstration when the groups crossed paths. They dispersed without incident after about two hours.


On Sunday, Oct. 3 at 12:30 p.m., a concerned citizen called 911 to report a suspicious circumstance when they witnessed a man painting a black truck teal in the Blyth Park parking lot. Upon arrival, the truck was determined to have once been burgundy, then black, and now teal. A male and female were contacted in the truck. The man provided a false name, twice. The woman provided a real name and had a warrant. The man’s true identity was discovered and he was found to have a felony warrant. The car was found to have two different plates on it and was stolen. There was also a domestic violence order, protecting the woman. She was booked. He was booked after a trip to the hospital because he claimed to have become ‘dope sick.’

Woodinville Crime Oct. 2-8


At 2:56 p.m., on Saturday, Oct. 2, a victim reported someone unplugged their food truck parked in 13800 block of N.E. 175th St and broke out one of the windows. Nothing appeared to be taken from the vehicle.


Deputies responded at 10:23 a.m. on Monday, Oct. 4 to a welfare check of three individuals asleep in their vehicle in the 16600 block of N.E. 195th St. Deputies spoke with all parties and submitted a CPS referral for follow-ups/social services for the parents and toddler.


On Wednesday, Oct. 6, a victim reported someone gained access to their parked vehicle at 10:01 a.m. in the 14100 block of N.E 179th St and stole their cell phone and a bank credit card. That card was later used for fraudulent transactions. The case was submitted to a detective for further investigation.


A victim reported someone broke into their gym locker at 14000 N.E. Woodinville-Duvall on Wednesday, Oct. 6, at 5 p.m., and stole their belongings while they were working out. The victim’s bank card was used fraudulently at a nearby store. The case was forwarded to a detective for further investigation.


At 12:03 p.m., on Thursday, Oct. 7, a victim residing in the 17300 block of 133rd Ave. N.E. reported selling a motorcycle online. Someone wished to purchase it and sent them a cashier’s check. The victim’s bank advised the individual the check was fraudulent prior to shipping the motorcycle away.


On Friday, Oct. 8 at 12:23 p.m., a suspect attempted to make a purchase at a business in the 14200 block of N.E. 190th St with invalid account credentials. The suspect then asked for a catalog and while the employee retrieved it, the suspect grabbed two welding masks on display and ran out of the store without paying for them. Video info will be provided to police for follow-up.

Woodinville Crime Sept. 25–30


At 6:32 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 25, suspect(s) broke into a construction site and broke into several buildings in the 13700 block of N.E. 171st St. Fingerprints were lifted from several locations and submitted for processing. The construction company will review video footage and provide video evidence to Woodinville PD at a later time.


A victim in the 15300 block of 129th Ave. N.E., reported at 11:13 a.m. on Monday, Sept. 27 their vehicle’s catalytic converter was stolen overnight and they had evidentiary items. The suspect vehicle was also involved in a similar theft in a neighboring jurisdiction. The Case was submitted and both agencies are aware and investigating.


On Thursday, Sept. 30, at 9:30 a.m., a victim found garbage/debris dumped in his business parking lot at 17300 133rd Ave N.E. The items were tracked to a residence that was being remodeled in another city. That homeowner hired a junk hauler through a third-party app and the junk removal individual was contacted by Woodinville Police.

Woodinville Crime Sept. 3-9


On Friday, Sept. 3, at 4:59 p.m., a suspect stole merchandise, displayed a knife and taser at an employee in the 14000 block of N.E. Woodinville-Duvall Rd., before exiting and quickly driving away. The suspect was later involved in a collision in a neighboring jurisdiction and died at the scene. 


Deputies, sergeants and neighboring police jurisdictions responded to a large party at 12:09 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 4 at a rental hall in the 14600 block of 148th Ave. N.E. Underage drinking was suspected, liquor/drug violation, numerous fights outside, and two gun shots were heard as the crowd was dispersing.


At 7:05 p.m., on Saturday, Sept. 4, an individual in the 13900 block of N.E. Mill Place was contacted for walking around with a large knife and hammer, which scared the 911 caller and others. The individual was contacted and showed signs of mental illness issues. Deputies could not establish imminent threat/danger nor probable cause but offered the individual services. The individual refused the services and said they will keep the weapons in a backpack.


On Sunday, Sept. 5 at 2:02 a.m., a suspect ran a red light in the 14100 block of N.E. Woodinville–Duvall Rd., and a deputy took evasive action to avoid being struck by the suspect’s vehicle. The suspect was ultimately arrested for investigation of DUI.


An unknown suspect(s) broke into a vehicle at 6:33 a.m. on Tuesday, Sept.7 in the 13800 block of N.E. 171st St. and discharged a fire extinguisher inside.


A construction site in the 13600 block of N.E. Village Square had unknown suspect(s) enter an unsecured area of the project at 8:29 a.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 7 and break into two large job boxes. The suspect(s) stole dozens of power tools that belonged to several employees. The identity and whereabouts of the suspect are unknown at this time.


Fire Department personnel were assisting a patient at 6:18 p.m., on Tuesday, Sept. 7, in the 17100 block of 133rd Ave. N.E., when the patient attempted to jump off of the residential balcony. The person was involuntarily committed to the hospital for further assistance.


On Thursday, Sept. 9 at 10:34 p.m., deputies responded to a disturbance at a business in the 14400 block of the Woodinville-Redmond Rd. An employee appeared to have mental health issues, threatened coworkers to not touch his items, refused to leave until he was paid for his work time, and stated he was assaulted by the staff members. The case is currently under investigation.

Woodinville Crime Aug. 20-27


On Friday, Aug. 20, a person in the 18100 block of 142nd Ave. N.E. was contacted by deputies for a welfare check and a firearm was recovered. A weapon violation charge was referred to court.


A homeowner at 18000 142nd Ave. N.E., reported someone sleeping in their porch area at 4:20 p.m., on Saturday, Aug. 21. Deputies contacted the person and ultimately arrested him for an outstanding warrant. The jail declined the booking after the arrestee told them he swallowed heroin. He was taken and released to the hospital.


Traffic complaints were called in for aggressive driving at the intersection of 14500 N.E. Woodinville-Redmond Rd., and 13200 N.E. 195th St., were received at 1:37 p.m., on Monday, Aug. 23.

Deputies advised extra patrols to monitor traffic and enforcement.


At 6:11 p.m., on Monday, Aug. 23, a family living at 13300 N.E. 171ST St., reported their juvenile family member attempted to harm themselves by overdose. Deputies and personnel with Woodinville Fire & Rescue Department arrived and the juvenile was taken to the hospital for further assistance.


On Monday, Aug. 23 at 10:23 p.m., a man reported seeing suspicious people near his vehicle in the parking lot at 14000 N.E. Woodinville-Duvall Rd. When the victim went onto check on his car, he reported the window was broken out, but nothing was taken from his car. Surveillance video was requested from the area.


At 1:01 p.m., on Friday, Aug. 27, A victim reported someone broke out their car window in the 18600 block of the Woodinville-Snohomish Rd., and stole items out of it. The suspect(s) then used their bank cards for fraudulent purchases at a store. The case was forwarded to a detective.



On Monday, Aug. 6 at 10:14 a victim at 17200 135th reported someone attempted to use their pre-paid Visa card for online purchase. The case was routed to a detective for follow-up.


A deputy was approached by a victim at 4:10 p.m. on Monday, Aug. 6 in the 17300 block of 133rd Ave. N.E. who was wanting to harm herself. The woman stated if she did not see any law enforcement officers during her short walk, she would commit suicide. The deputy remained with the victim until aid transported them to the hospital for further assistance


At 9:10 p.m. on Monday, Aug. 6, a motorcyclist attempted to make a left turn and stopped in the incoming traffic lane at 13500 N.E. 175th St. A vehicle then struck the motorcyclist who sustained a possible leg injury.


On Aug. 6, at 11:23 p.m., a victim reported an unknown suspect stole a bicycle out of their residential porch on 14000 N.E. 181st St. No suspect information was reported.  


A victim reported their company work truck stolen from the parking lot at 13300 N.E. 171st St., at 9 p.m., on Tuesday, Aug. 10.  No suspect information was reported.


At 4:11 p.m., on Wednesday, Aug. 12, deputies responded to a fight in progress at 18100 142nd Ave. N.E. During the investigation, several allegations were made and investigated. One victim claimed a handgun was pointed at them during an altercation. Another victim claimed being assaulted by being kicked.

Woodinville Crime July 16-21


On July 16, a victim reported his unlocked vehicle was prowled overnight while it was parked in his driveway at 16400 NE 180TH PL. Items were stolen out of it and the victim is working on providing police with video surveillance footage.


A motorcycle was stolen overnight on July 17 as it was parked on the shoulder of the roadway in front of a residence at 12500 NE 156TH ST. There are no additional leads at this time.


On July 17 and 22, unknown suspects vandalized the public restrooms of the Woodinville Skate Park at 13600 NE 195TH ST. An outdoor light fixture was broken, toilet paper dispensaries were damaged, and graffiti was painted on them. There are no suspects at this time and extra patrols were requested for additional area checks.


At approximately 8:06 p.m., on July 17, two suspects entered a store at 14000 NE Woodinville-Duvall RD, Woodinville and stole fragrance merchandise valued at $3,649.00. Video surveillance was provided and case under investigation.


On July 19, deputies arrested and booked an individual for an outstanding warrant in the 14100 block of NE Woodinville-Duvall Rd. During their investigation, it was determined the suspect shoplifted liquor from a grocery store nearby and the alcohol was returned to the store.


On July 19, at approximately 11:30 p.m., a victim parked her vehicle at the park on 13100 NE 175TH ST and a suspect broke the vehicle’s window and stole a diaper bag. The suspect and suspect vehicle was provided to a detective for possible follow ups.


Sometime between July 17 and July 20, someone defrauded a victim at 14600 135 Court N.E. by having her purchase $500 gift cards and providing the card info to them by phone. Her loss was estimated at over $10,000.00.


On July 21, a home owner interrupted a catalytic converter theft from his truck that was parked in his driveway at 18200 146TH Ave. N.E. Two suspects and a suspect vehicle info was provided to police.


On July 22, a vehicle left the roadway and crashed into a tree in the 13300 block of 131st Ave. N.E., causing the southbound roadway to be closed for approximately two hours.

The driver was not injured, but was arrested for investigation of DUI.

Woodinville Crime July 3-7


On July 3, at approximately 3:30 p.m., a citizen called the Woodinville Police Department to report that his wallet and contents were taken out of a locked locker from a building in the

18600 block of the Woodinville-Snohomish Road. The citizen’s credit cards were then used at various businesses.


Deputies were dispatched to a parking lot at N.E. 145th St and 148th Ave. N.E. at approximately 2:47 p.m., on July 4, where several vehicles had been broken into. The vehicles had their windows smashed out and items were taken from inside. Detectives are following up and attempting to identify the suspect(s).


On July 4, at approximately 11:24 p.m., deputies were dispatched to a commercial alarm at a business at 13200 N.E. 175 ST. When deputies arrived, they noticed that the window was fragmented but not completely shattered. Deputies found a mortar round on the ground which is what damaged the window.


At approximately 12:08 a.m., on July 5, deputies were dispatched to a vehicle prowl at 13400 N.E. Village Square Drive. The suspect fled on a bicycle after being confronted by the vehicle owner. Deputies were able to locate the suspect and positively identify him as the one that had broken into the vehicle. The suspect was also in possession of several other items that were possibly stolen and booked into jail.


Deputies were dispatched at approximately 9:09 a.m., on July 6 to a collision with possible injuries at the 14800 block of Woodinville- Redmond Road N.E. While deputies were investigating the collision, they found that one of the vehicles had been reported stolen from Fife. The driver was taken to the hospital for injuries sustained in the collision. Detectives are following up on this case.


On July 6 at approximately 3:06 p.m., a citizen called to report that his motorcycle had been stolen from a residence at 18700 144 Ave N.E. The motorcycle was parked at the location on June 30. The motorcycle apparently went missing between June 30 and July 1. There is no suspect information at this time.


Deputies were dispatched at approximately 8:40 a.m. July 7, to a commercial burglary at 14200 N.E. 190 ST. Deputies were advised by the owner that there was an alarm call around 7:40 a.m., but he thought it was employees, so he cancelled the alarm. There were several items taken from the business as well as a vehicle. Detectives are following up and attempting to identify the suspect.

Woodinville Crime June 10-16


On June 10, deputies checked the welfare of a subject in the 17100 block of 133rd AVE NE, who has mental health concerns and sent a relative what appeared to be a “goodbye” note via Facebook. The subject did not answer the door. It was later discovered the subject of concern was obtaining treatment.


On June 10, Deputies responded to investigate a report of an assault against a mother by her teenage daughter in the 18100 block of 142nd AVE NE. As per the DV law, when an assault occurs within four hours of a reported incident, deputies must make an arrest. The suspect was then booked into the Youth Center. The assault non-assault is an ongoing situation between mother and daughter.


On June 10, deputies responded to a request by Adult Protective Services to investigate a report of child abuse/neglect in the 18200 block of 142nd AVE NE. Following the investigation, deputies determined that this was a misunderstanding, and the victim was not financially exploited as reported.


On June 12 at approximately 3 a.m., unknown suspect(s) stole the catalytic converter from the victim’s vehicle parked in the 14200 block of 171ST AVE NE.


On June 14, a juvenile diagnosed with schizophrenia ran away from a school located in the 19800 block of 136th AVE NE. The reason is unknown.


On June 14, deputies checked on a homeless encampment in the NE 19300 Block of 144th AVE NE.


On June 15, deputies responded to a suspect report who entered a store located in the 14000 block of NE Woodinville-Duvall Road and stolen $1,000.00 plus worth of merchandise.


On June 16, security in the 13500 block of NE Village Square reported a suspicious occupied van. Deputies arrived and contacted a woman who stated she had “stolen” the van. Deputies were unable to verify the van was stolen or contact the registered owner. The woman appeared to have mental health issues as well. She was released after deputies confirmed her identity.


On June 16, an unknown person(s) cut off a catalytic converter from a vehicle parked in the 17100 block of 131ST AVE NE.


On June 16, deputies recovered a vehicle in the 17700 block of 130th AVE NE that was stolen out of Bellevue.

Woodinville Crime May 27-June 3


At 2:03 a.m., a deputy was parked in the area of NE 195th and 144TH ST due to recent thefts. After an audible commercial alarm was dispatched, and the deputy arrived in less than a minute. He found a bag next to the barbwire fence. Deputies noticed the barbed wire running along the top of the fence cut, allowing someone gain access to the storage lot. Deputies searched the area and did not find anyone. However, they did recover a bag with a Sawzall and two catalytic converters inside.


At 2: 20 a.m., deputies were dispatched to a suspicious motorcycle that appeared to be casing an area near the 17200 block of 135th Ave NE. At one point, security detained a male they suspected of attempting to pry open the lock to the secured parking structure. Deputies arrived and, following their investigation, recovered a stolen motorcycle out of Seattle located nearby. Deputies identified the suspect and him released pending additional investigation.


Following a traffic stop in the 14400 block of NE Woodinville Duvall Road, officer’s discovered the driver had a misdemeanor warrant issued by the Issaquah Police Department. The deputies could not confirm the warrant and advised the driver to take care of it and released him.


On May 28, King County Mental Health requested deputies accompany them to the 18700 block of 144th Ave NE for safety reasons to assist them to commit a subject experiencing significant mental health concerns involuntarily. The subject was transported to the hospital for treatment.


On May 28, deputies responded to investigate a subject in the 18540 block of 130TH PL NE, threatening to kill a family member. The subject was reported “high” on methamphetamine. Due to the totality of circumstances, the subject was involuntarily committed and transported to the hospital for treatment.


On May 29, a victim who had secured his wallet in his locker at a business located in the 18600 block of the Woodinville Snohomish Road before starting his shift returned to find the locker forced open and his wallet was missing. He later learned his credit cards had been used.


On May 30, an unknown suspect stole a catalytic converter off a company truck parked in the 19400 block of 144th AVE NE.


On May 31, someone broke into numerous mailboxes in the 13000 block of NE 186th ST and stole at least one package.


On May 31, deputies investigated the forced entry burglaries of several businesses located in a strip mall in the 13100 block of NE 177th PL.


On May 31 at approximately 8 p.m., a 911 call was received reporting that an unknown male was sitting in a pickup truck located in the 1700 block of 140th LN NE, who appeared to be looking through binoculars at children playing. When the reporting party approached the man, he became “hostile” and stated he was looking at rabbits. When a deputy arrived, the male rolled his window up and said he had nothing to say to the deputy.


On June 1, 6/1/2021, a victim in the 18100 block of 142nd Ave NE called 911 to report that he found his stolen car using GPS technology. A deputy responded and processed the car for evidence.


On June 1, at 3:23 a.m., deputies contacted a male behind a business located in the 14100 block of NE Woodinville Duvall Road. The male said that he was looking for precious metals in the trash. The male ranged in emotions from calm to agitated. The male stated he was living in his vehicle. Deputies offered assistance for housing, food, and work placement.

Woodinville Crime May 5-12


A victim reported his vehicle stolen from the 17100 block of 131 ST AVE NE. The vehicle was recovered the following day in the same parking lot. The car was littered with drink containers and tin foil with what appeared to have heroin residue.


A subject located in the 19400 block of 161ST AVE NE drank two bottles of wine and consumed a large quantity of prescription medication. The person was transported to the hospital for treatment.


A man reported he was driving when he realized he needed to go in a different direction. At this point, he noticed a car was tailgating him. The man then said the driver of that vehicle began driving erratically and crossing into oncoming traffic and waiving what he thought was a gun at him.


Witness reported that a victim’s bike was stolen and called 911 to report the incident. Deputies detained the suspect and ultimately recovered the bicycle. The victim declined to prosecute. The suspect was given a courtesy ride to the park ride.


A suspect concealed a bottle of alcohol and attempted to leave the store without paying for it. The individual was stopped, cited and then released.


An unknown suspect frequenting a store in the 13900 block of NE MILL PL attempted to steal numerous make-up items by concealing them in a duffle-type bag and leaving the store without paying for them.


Unknown suspect(s) pried open a combination lock to access the building located in the 20100 block of 144TH AVE NE. The thief made off with copper wiring.



Deputies responding to a 911 hang-up call in the 12400 block of NE 154TH PL thought the caller was trying to report a domestic violence incident. Following their investigation, deputies booked one subject into jail for domestic violence assault.


Two subjects posing as Social Security Investigators arriving in the 13300 block of NE Village Square Drive threatened civil and criminal arrest unless the victim paid fines. The suspects contacted the woman through a messaging application on her phone and told her to get thousands of dollars of gift cards and send the suspects the card numbers, which, unfortunately, she did.


Store security stopped a suspect for concealing over $200.00 worth of alcohol and attempting to leave the store located in the 17600 block of Garden Way NE without paying. The suspect is charged with shoplifting.


Deputies responded to a report of a possible prowler in the 18200 block of 142ND AVE NE. The suspect(s) left the scene in a white SUV. A short time later, one of the deputies spotted a similar car and attempted to pull it over. The vehicle accelerated and fled the scene. 


A victim reported suspect(s) entered his unlocked vehicle and destroyed the console. The man said miscellaneous items and some coins were missing.

Woodinville Crime March 26 – April1


On March 25, a business owner in the 13700 block of NE 175th ST called to ask for additional area checks due to an unknown person(s) sleeping in some of his vehicles and spreading feces over his bathroom. On March 29, deputies were conducting an area check and found a suspect sleeping inside a car. Multiple beer bottles and garbage were inside what the owner thought to have been a locked vehicle. The suspect was formally trespassed and asked to leave the property. Charges were sent to the prosecutor’s office for review.


Deputies responded to investigate a disturbance at the 15200 block of NE 201st ST. Upon their arrival, they were told an individual in the home was suffering from mental health concerns. The victim told the deputies he believed he was “possessed by demons” and was going insane. The victim had bloodied his hands, punching holes in the walls. One of the deputies knew the victim and was able to calm him down. Woodinville Fire & Rescue was called to the scene and treated the victim’s injuries. The victim was transported to the hospital for treatment.


14000 BLK 190TH ST – Deputies were called to the 14000 block of 190th St to assist with a suicidal male. Upon their arrival, the man approached one deputy in the parking lot and told the deputy to “kill him.”

The subject was very agitated and kept asking the deputy to “kill him.” A short time later, a second deputy arrived and took a backup position for the deputy speaking with the subject. The subject pulled out a knife and swung it towards the contact deputy. The subject was taken to the ground and secured and then transported to the hospital for treatment.


Deputies investigated a report of child molestation by a known suspect in the 14200 block of NE 181st PL. The incident was forwarded to the King County Sheriff’s Office Special Assault Unit for follow-up.


A reporting party told police that via video, he observed an unknown male with a flashlight underneath his truck located at the 19300 block of 144th AVE NE. Nothing was taken, but he was concerned the subject was possibly looking to steal his catalytic converter.


Deputies responded to investigate a report of an assault following a verbal altercation in the 17600 block of the Woodinville-Snohomish Road. A report was taken and forwarded to the prosecutor’s office for review.


King County Fire Investigators were on the scene of an outdoor fire in the 13500 block of NE 186th ST. Residents had set up an orchard heater outside for a family gathering and it overflowed, spreading flaming liquid across the concrete pad and minor damage to the siding of an aluminum building. The investigation concluded that the fire was unintentional.

Woodinville Crime March 18 – 25


A would-be thief didn’t find what he/she was looking for after rummaging through a parked vehicle in the 14800 block of NE 202nd Ave. The victim thinks he may have left his car unlocked and that nothing appeared to be missing.


An unknown suspect(s) broke into a padlocked locker and stole a victim’s wallet, and later used his credit card. The incident took place in the 14000 block of NE Woodinville-Duval Road. A detective was assigned to follow up on the case. 


Deputies were dispatched to the 14000 block of NE Woodinville-Duvall Road to intervene in a verbal altercation concerning payment services. The matter is considered a civil issue.


A woman reported someone stole credit cards from her purse in an office building located in the 16900 block of 140th AVE NE.


Someone made off with a vehicle’s catalytic converter. The theft took place in the 12800 block of NE 178th ST.


An intoxicated juvenile was found in the 13300 block of NE 171ST ST in Everett and returned home to Woodinville by the Everett PD.


An unknown suspect stole a package off a private residential porch located in the 13000 block of NE 196th Place.

Woodinville Crime March 11 – 17


Catalytic converters were stolen from two business trucks parked at 14500 Woodinville-Redmond Rd NE. The theft took place between March 11 and 13. The suspects have not been identified. No video surveillance was available.


Thieves broke into a business located at 17600 140th AVE NE between March 11 and 15. Several computers, laptops, and other electronic items were stolen. There are no suspects at this time, and no video surveillance available. 


Cash, checks, and a laptop were stolen from a business located at 17300 140th AVE NE. The incident took place sometime between March 13 and 14. Deputies fingerprinted areas and noted the suspect(s) most likely used gloves due to the smudge-like appearance of the lifted prints. A screwdriver and pliers were submitted into evidence. There are no suspects at this time and no video surveillance available. 


On March 13 at approximately 2:18 p.m., discarded smoking material was located in a garbage bag that was dropped into a dumpster and ignited a fire at an apartment building at 17100 133rd AVE NE. The dumpster was under a trash chute of the building. The fire activated the automatic fire suppression system extinguishing the fire. It could not be determined which apartment unit the trash bag had come from.


Two suspects entered a store located at 14000 NE Woodinville-Duvall RD at approximately 6:36 p.m., on March 15, and stole fragrance merchandise. Their faces were covered as they ran out in an unknown direction. Video surveillance was provided for follow-up investigation.


Sometime between March 13 and 16, a business truck parked at 17200 Woodinville-Redmond RD NE had its catalytic converter stolen. Video surveillance was not available and there are no suspects at this time.


A catalytic converter was stolen from a victim’s car parked at 18900 141st AVE NE sometime between 4 a.m. and 6 p.m., on March 16. Surveillance video was not available. There are no suspects at this time.


Shortly after noon on March 16, a victim parked at 17600 Garden Way NE, noticed a fresh “keyed” mark on her vehicle when she returned. Video surveillance was not available and there are no suspects reported at this time. 


On March 17 at approximately 5:41 p.m., a victim reported that a male exposed himself to her while she was jogging on the Tolt Pipeline Trail near 15500 132nd PL NE. An area check was conducted by deputies but they were unable to locate the man. A description of the suspect was provided and additional patrols were requested in the area. 

Woodinville Crime March 5 – 12


On Friday, March 5, a victim called at 1:22 a.m. to report a moving company packing items at her residence at 17000 NE 133rd Street in Woodinville had demanded additional payments than what was initially put into their contract. When the victim refused to comply, it was later realized some of her items were stolen.


On Monday, March 8, a suspect contacted the victim at 13300 NE 171st Street in Woodinville online and befriended the victim. The suspect then convinced the victim to send money for several months using several different schemes. The victim’s estimated loss is $6,000.


A string of Woodinville commercial burglaries was committed between Monday, March 8, and Tuesday, March 9. The first took place early Monday morning when an unknown suspect entered a store located at 13900 178th PL NE at 12:23 a.m., by breaking out the back window on an exit door. The alarm, however, was not tripped and the suspect made away with $10,357.21 worth of merchandise. The incident was captured on video surveillance. The case is under investigation.


The second incident on Monday, March 8, occurred at 17200 127th AVE NE. Locks on a large construction toolbox were cut and an undetermined value of tool was stolen. There are no suspects at this time.


The third burglary occurred on Tuesday, March 9, at 19200 Woodinville-Snohomish Road when an unknown suspect cut the fence to a business and stole a pressure washer valued at $1,765.00. The alarm was not tripped and no motion sensor video recordings were capturing the incident.


A suspect and an accomplice attempted to shoplift from a store located on 17600 Garden Way NE in Woodinville at 2:22 a.m., on Thursday, March 11. Loss prevention recovered the stolen merchandise but the accomplice drove away and left the other suspect in the area. Deputies located and contacted the suspect. She was trespassed from the store.


On Friday, March 12, a victim located at 167000 Woodinville-Redmond Road, reported someone stole a catalytic converter from a work vehicle. An additional catalytic converter theft was attempted on a second work vehicle, but it was unsuccessful.


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