Indecent Exposure and a Mystery T-shirt: Shoreline Police Blotter

The following information is from King County Sheriff's reports for Jan. 25-28. Where an arrest is noted, it does not indicate a conviction.

Friday, Jan. 25

Car break-in: Around 8 p.m., a car break-in was reported at the 20100 block of Auurar Ave. N. The unknown suspect broke a car window and took bags from the front seat while the victim was in a local business.

Assault at Goldie's Casino: Police received a report of fourth degree assault around 9:45 p.m. The victim and suspect had been arguing.

Saturday, Jan. 26

Residential Burglary: A resident of the 18900 block of 16th Ave. NE reported a burglary, after someone climbed through an unsecured kitchen window.

Sunday, Jan. 27

Trespass at Ronna's Adult Video: Around midnight on Jan. 27, a person was ejected by police from Ronna's Adult Video on Aurora for causing a disturbance.

Music equipment stolen: A car parked at a home on the 1000 block of NE 188th Street was broken into and musical equipment and other items stolen. The unknown suspect jimmied the lock, according to police.

Mystery T-shirt: A Shoreline couple reported to police that they found a T-shirt in their bed, which didn't belong to either of them. The police report asks, was it a possible burlglar, or "other?"

Monday, Jan. 28

Diamond might really be woman's best friend: A Shoreline resident reported that after friends visited her at the Arabella Apartments, her diamond ring was missing from her bathroom.

Missing iPads at Shorewood High: Police took two reports of an iPad taken from a students' backpacks on the same day.

Stolen car recovered: A vehicle that had been reported stolen was found on 9th Ave. NE and NE 180th, with a flat tire and the front passenger door open.

Indecent exposure: A man entered the Nail Code on NE 179th Street with his pants down exposing his genitals to employees and customers.

Public computer stolen from Safeway: The bookkeeper at the Safeway at 15322 Aurora Ave. N. reported to police that someone had cut the security cable of a laptop kept near the door for public use and taken it.





Don February 07, 2013 at 11:41 PM
Never heard of mucal equipment before.
Margaret Santjer February 08, 2013 at 12:37 AM
Hi, Don. Whoops -- we've fixed that typo. Thanks for the eagle eyes.
Jeanne Gustafson February 08, 2013 at 05:08 PM
That was my bad, Don, thanks for the heads up.
Jeanne Gustafson February 08, 2013 at 05:09 PM
But if you've heard of any good "mucal" equipment for sale, let us--and Shoreline Police-- know.


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