Woodinville Crime Report: Shoplifted Sandwich, Stolen Car, Subjects Drinking in the Woods

Here is a list of some of the reported crimes in the City of Woodinville from September 24 to October 1.

1.  Larceny, Shoplift- 13800 block of NE 175th St.  

The victim reported two suspects inside the store had stolen a pair of eyeglasses from the display. 

2.  Larceny, Shoplift- 14100 block of NE Woodinville Duvall Rd. 

A nicely dressed male suspect stole two hand baskets full of groceries by running out through the emergency door. 

3.  Larceny, Shoplift- 17600 block of Garden Way NE

A female suspect concealed a sandwich in her messenger bag and left the store without paying. She was stopped outside trying to leave on her bicycle. She was cited and released for misdemeanor theft.

4.  Larceny, Shoplift- 17600 block Garden Way NE.

A juvenile male suspect attempted to steal 3 bottles of alcohol from the store.  He was fingerprinted and then cited for theft and released to his parents.

5.  Stolen License Plates- 17600 block of 128th Pl NE.

The victim discovered his license plates stolen and replaced with plates from a reported stolen vehicle when he was stopped on the military base and removed from his vehicle at gunpoint. He has no idea how long he had been driving with the stolen plates.

6.  Trespass-14100 block of NE 183rd St.

Police were called to a report of suspicious activity and found two subjects in the woods drinking. One was arrested on outstanding warrants and booked into jail, and the other trespassed from the property.

7.  Auto Theft- 17400 block of 131st Ave NE.

The victim reported her vehicle stolen while parked at the sports fields.  There were no signs of forced entry.

--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.


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