Aug. 19

3:25 p.m.: An unknown subject removed a local resident’s bench from her front yard, it was later located at the neighbor’s house across the street.

3:37 p.m.: Female reported having her vehicle towed to a business in Arlington area for repairs, upon return of vehicle items were missing, on the 16000 block of Smokey Point Boulevard.

Aug. 22

6:34 p.m.: A laptop was stolen from a local business, on the 300 block of North Olympic Avenue.

10:36 p.m.: Burglary, on the 4700 block of 188th Street NE.

Aug. 23

9:57 p.m.: Person threw a rock through the front window of a residence, on the 17000 block of Ambleside Court.

Aug. 24

8:52 a.m.: Two juvenile males have charges of malicious mischief and making false statement, being referred to the juvenile prosecutors office after throwing rocks and damaging personal property, on the 1700 block of Osprey Road.

11:02 a.m.: Burglary, on the 20000 block of 67th Avenue NE.

2:24 p.m.: Vehicle broken into, items stolen from car, on the 17000 block of 43rd Avenue NE.

Aug. 25

10:26 a.m.: Theft of personal checks, on the 100 block of East Third Street.

1:11 p.m.: Burglary, resident returned home to find front door kicked in but home owner reported nothing missing, on the 20300 block of 80th Avenue NE.

Aug. 26

7:37 a.m.: Report of a local business had been forcing checks, on the 3800 block of 166th Place NE.

5:51 p.m.: Lawn mower stolen, on the 20000 block of 49th Drive NE.

Aug. 27

7:56 a.m.: Vehicle broken into, items stolen, on the 19000 block of Crown Ridge Boulevard.

7:36 p.m.: Vehicle prowl reported, resident reported personal items stolen, on the 19500 block of Knoll Drive.

Aug. 28

7:36 a.m.: Theft of a point of sale touch screen system stolen out of an unlocked van, on the 19000 block of 46th Drive NE.

Aug. 29

3:16 p.m.: Woman left wallet in car she test drove and later someone attempted to use her debit card, on the 18000 block of 31st Avenue NE.

Aug. 30

10:27 a.m.: Someone damaged a custom business sign that cost over $1200, on the 300 block of North Olympic Avenue.

Sept. 1

9:01 a.m.: Wallet found on the sidewalk and was turned in, on the 400 block of East Gilman Avenue.

4:35 p.m.: Fire, on the 20500 block Olympic Place.

Sept. 6

10:04 a.m.: Adult male was booked into jail for unlawful possession of firearms after being a traffic stop, on the 17200 block of Smokey Point Boulevard.

Sept. 9

2:32 a.m.: A local resident reported two unknown male suspects jacked up his car and removed his exhaust pipe. They attempted to remove his catalytic converter but left before they finished the job, on the 4120 block of 188th Street NE.

Sept. 10

6:57 a.m.: Two juveniles and one adult have malicious mischief charges pending at the prosecutors office for damaging a vehicle, on the 800 block of East First Street.

Aug. 16

9:09 p.m.: A striping machine was stolen from a parking lot, on the 146 block of East Haller Avenue.

Aug. 18

12:33 a.m.: Someone broke the glass door of a business then fled in a white vehicle, on the 300 block of 172nd Street NE.

3:17 p.m.: A school bus stop sign violation occurred and with further investigation it was determined the license plate number was not written down correctly and the incident is for information purposes only at this time, on the 700 block of North Broadway.

6:43 p.m.: Someone broke into a vehicle while it was parked in a driveway and stole the garage door opener, on the 17000 block of Ironwood Street.

Aug. 22

9:50 a.m.: Someone broke into a vehicle while it was parked in the drive way and caused damage to the dash, nothing appeared to be taken, on the 18000 block of 35th Avenue.

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