Woodinville Crime: Stolen Shoes, Wine, Phone Charger

Here is a list of reported crimes in the City of Woodinville from July 3-10.


1. Larceny, 17900 Block of Garden Way NE.

Suspect put shoes on from inside the store and then leaves without paying for them.

2. Vandalism, 19500 Block of 136th Ave NE

Unknown suspect(s) chipped concrete from the covered structure at the park and then spray painted on another side of the building.

3. Trespass, 13000 Block NE 175th Street.

A store employee caught a known female attempting to shoplift wine from the store and reported it to police. The suspect was officially removed from the store.

4. Recovered License Plates, 18200 Block of 157th Ave NE

A citizen found two different license plates in the ditch and turned them in to the Police Dept. They had both been stolen off different vehicles.

5. Larceny, 17100 Block of 131st Ave NE

The victim reported his locked vehicle was entered by unknown means and a tower fan stolen from inside.

6. DUI Accident, NE 177th / 132nd Ave NE

Police responded to a minor two car accident and found the driver of one vehicle to be DUI.  He was processed and released; however, his vehicle was impounded.

7. Larceny, 13300 Block of NE 171st Street.

The victim reported his unlocked car was prowled and phone charger stolen.

8. Burglary, Commercial, 19200 Block of 144th Ave NE.

The cleaning crew discovered a broken window of the business when arriving to work in the very early morning hours. A large rock was found just inside the window. It did not appear that anything was stolen 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.



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