Woodinville Crime: Multiple Cars Broken Into, Stolen

Here is a list of reported crimes in the City of Woodinville from August 7 to 14.

1. Burglary, Residential, 18200 blk of 142nd Ave NE  

Unknown suspect(s) broke/cut padlock to storage unit and stole the victim’s golf clubs.  

2. Fraud, 18600 block of Woodinville Snohomish Rd.

An unknown suspect has been making phone calls to customers of the business asking for a credit card number claiming to be with a collection agency.

3. Vandalism, 13300 block of NE 175th St.

The victim reported a slashed tire on one of the company’s driving school vehicles.

4. Larceny, 17600 block of NE Garden Way

The victim reported his car window broken out and sunglasses stolen from inside.

6. Larceny, 14200 block of NE 175th St.

An unknown suspect stole the victim’s UPS delivery (iPod) from his front porch.

7. Larceny, 17600 block of NE Garden Way

A female suspect was arrested for shoplifting cosmetics and personal items from the store. She was cited for theft and released.

8. Larceny, 20400 block of 144th Ave NE

The victim’s car window was broken out and the door damaged as an unknown suspect stole her purse from the passenger seat. Subsequently, three credit card transactions were attempted outside the city.

9. Vandalism, 17900 blk of 142nd Ave NE

Unknown suspect(s) put a dent in the victim’s car bumper by unknown means.

10. Larceny, 12500 blk of NE 163rd St.

The victim reported his brown leather jacket and GPS stolen from his unlocked car.

11. Auto Theft, 13300 blk of NE 171st St.

The victim reported his vehicle stolen from his apartment parking lot sometime overnight.

12. Burglary, Residential, 14500 block of NE 176th St.

While investigating a Hollywood Hill Burglary with suspects captured on video, Kenmore Police located the suspect vehicle at a motel in Kenmore with suspected stolen property inside. Two men were arrested and told the Detective about a burglary they had committed in Woodinville earlier that morning. The home was found to have been burglarized by entry through an open window with a substantial loss of jewelry and a coin collection. Both suspects were booked into the King County Jail on Burglary charges with property recovered and returned to the victim. This case and subsequent arrest was aired on KOMO and KIRO over the weekend.

13. Larceny, 18400 block of 134th Pl NE.

The victim reported his GPS stolen from his unlocked car while parked in her driveway.

14. Larceny, 14100 blk of NE 183rd St.

Entry was made to the victim’s car by prying the window and unlocking the door. Once inside, the suspects ransacked the car but only took cigarettes and spare change.

15. Auto Theft, 16000 block of NE Woodinville Duvall Rd.

Unknown suspect(s) stole the victim’s vehicle from her driveway sometime over night.

16. Larceny, 17300 block of 145th Ave NE

Yard art was stolen from the victim’s flower pot off her front porch.

--Information from Woodinville Police Department. 

More information for both the city and unincorporated King County can be found on line at Crime Reports . Not all types of crimes committed in Woodinville are shown on the report. Assault, theft, burglary, and robbery are included in the report.

AaronBlues August 17, 2012 at 09:09 PM
Can't wait until the teenagers are back in school.
Ron Olson August 18, 2012 at 03:29 AM
Are teenagers resposible for a lot of the crime in Woodinville?
Connor Jones August 21, 2012 at 08:48 PM
Teenagers will always committ crimes, but obivously it is not just them doing it. Do you think school is going to stop the types of kids that decide to committ these crimes? No. To generalize teenagers as the reason behind these crimes is not only judgemental, but unfair to the majority of youth in society that are good citizens.


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