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Monday, May 19

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Monday, May 19

Theft: A small storage trailer, located in the 8500 block of 169th Place Northeast, was broken into in the middle of the night. Vehicle tires and building materials were stolen.

Sunday, May 18

Intoxicated: Police responded to 911 calls reporting a reckless driver in the 16000 block of Redmond Way. The driver, an Everett man, was arrested for driving under the influence and possession of marijuana.

Saturday, May 17

Getaway: Police responded to 911 calls reporting a reckless driver in the 11400 block of Avondale Road. The driver of the vehicle was arrested for outstanding warrants, but the passenger of the vehicle ran away and was not located.

Vandalism: The suspect slashed two tires of a vehicle belonging to a resident at a an apartment complex in the 7400 block of 159th Place Northeast.

Friday, May 16

Assault: An elderly female was assaulted at the assisted living facility in the 4500 block of West Lake Sammamish Parkway where she resides. The suspect works at the assisted living facility.

Theft: A young male who attempted to walk out of a store with beer was arrested for theft at a grocery store in the 8800 block of 161th Avenue Northeast.

Thursday, May 15

Theft: A vehicle was stolen at an apartment complex in the 18500 block of Northeast 59th Circle. No suspect(s) have been identified.

Wednesday, May 14

Car prowls: Somebody broke into six vehicles in the 10900 block of 157th Court Northeast. Items stolen from vehicles include an iPod transmitter, emergency road equipment, power tools, and electronic equipment.

Tuesday, May 13

Roommate dispute: An adult male was arrested at his residence in the 8500 block of Willows Road for punching his roommate in the face.

Fraud: A fraudulent ATM withdrawal from a bank in the 2200 block of BelRed Road is being investigated. The victim still has their ATM card and no suspect has been identified. Police suspect skimming devices may be involved.


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