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Woodinville Crime Report: More Car Prowls, Items Stolen From Homes, Businesses

Here is a list of reported crimes in the City of Woodinville from August 15 to 19.

1. Larceny, 14300 Block of NE 145th St.

The victim reported that her car's window was smashed and her purse taken from inside the vehicle while it was parked in a lot.

2. Burglary, Residential, 18500 block of 133rd Ave NE

Unknown Suspect(s) entered the victim’s residence and stole a laptop from the office.

3. Found Property, 14000 block of NE 145th St.

A plastic garbage bag containing a jewelry box and passports from a Kirkland burglary was found in the restaurant dumpster. The property was returned to the owners.

4. Burglary, Commercial, 19700 block of 144th Ave NE

Unknown suspect(s) pried open the front door of the victim business and stole 10 cartons of cigarettes from inside.  

5. Auto Theft, 14200 block of 140th Ave NE

The victim’s vehicle was stolen while parked outside the complex parking lot.

6. Burglary, Commercial, 13900 block of NE 190th 

Unknown suspect(s) entered business yard through open gate and then kicked open the door to steal computers, safe, purses and tools from inside.

--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.

Don Means August 22, 2012 at 04:57 PM
Never owned a hand gun because neighborhood used to be a safe one. Not so much any more and am giving the purchase more thought.
Ron Olson August 22, 2012 at 08:09 PM
Woodinville spends a lot less on police than most other cities. Woodinville has less officers per capita than most neighboring cities. The Woodinville council donates part of its budget to charities we know very little about and nobody bothers to see how the money is spent. We need to spend that $200,000.00 on our own city.

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