The following arrest information was supplied by the . It does not indicate a conviction.
Burglary: Around 4 a.m. on April 25, police were dispatched to in reference to a theft. The witness said he was driving to for work and observed a white van pull the Chase Bank ATM out of the pharmacy. He stated that two male subjects loaded the ATM into the van and drove onto Borgen Boulevard. The witness also said the suspects were wearing ski masks and jeans. One was seen wearing a gray hooded sweatshirt. During the investigation, police located a Washington registration certificate for a 1994 white Ford van, which was later discovered to be a stolen.
According to the surveillance video, the van quickly backed up onto the sidewalk, rammed into the building with the van and shattered the window. The suspects pulled the ATM out of the store and loaded into the van. The suspects apparently had a hard time loading the machine since they both fell down during the loading process. Around 7 a.m., police were dispatched to the Crescent Valley area for a suspicious vehicle. The caller described the van that matched the one involved in the burglary. By the time police arrived, the van was gone, but the thieves had left the ATM. The suspects were not able to gain access to the money inside.
Vehicle Prowl/Theft: On April 28, an unknown suspect(s) entered two cars in the driveway in the 7000 block of Stanich Avenue. The only item missing was a library book.
Vehicle Prowl: On May 2, the victim left his car doors unlocked at the parking lot. His GPS, valued at $140, and a prescription bottle of pain pills were missing.
Shoplifting/Arrest: On May 3, police were dispatched to , 6521 43rd Ave., in reference to shoplifting. A 16-year-old girl stole a tank top worth $16, and an 18-year-old girl stole three items worth $140. The two were arrested and cited for third-degree theft. The case would be forwarded to Remann Hall for charging. Both also got verbal trespass admonishment.
Shoplifting/Arrest: On May 5, police were dispatched to Costco in reference to a shoplifting. The 49-year-old woman was suspected of stealing $136 in merchandise and was arrested for third-degree theft.
Theft: On May 5, the victim had left an unzipped purse in her cart while shopping at Home Depot. She later noticed her wallet was missing.
Burglary: Sometime between May 6 and 7, an unknown suspect(s) broke a window and entered the . About $95 and a woman's coat were missing from the store. Police believe the case is related to the burglary at the Peninsula Orthopedic Guild Thrift Store on Kimball Drive that occurred on the same night.
Burglary: Sometime between May 6 and 7, an unknown suspect(s) broke a window and entered the at 6951 Kimball Dr. The thief stole about $50 and some donated change. The cash register key was also missing.
Found Property: On May 7, a driver noticed a suspicious briefcase underneath her car that was parked at the Harbor Park Professional Center, 5122 Olympic Drive NW. The officer found a black nylon laptop case under the car. Inside the bag, there were three clear jars. The first jar had about 13 grams of marijuana; second jar contained glass pipe and other drug paraphernalia items; third jar had a marijuana grinder. The bag also contained $800 in cash.
Shoplifting/Arrest: On May 8, police arrested a 17-year-old boy for shoplifting from . The teen left the store without paying for his food, worth $9, from the deli. He was also issued a trespass admonishment from the store.
Burglary/Vehicle Prowl/Vandalism: On May 8, an unknown suspect(s) broke into a truck that was parked in the 3300 block of Hunt Street. The victim's personal hand tools were missing.
Shoplifting/Arrest: On May 10, police arrested three 18-year-old girls for third-degree theft at Sample Sale. The store owner witnessed two of the suspects conceal UGG boots, valued at $121 each, into their purses. The third suspect put two pairs of board shorts and a pair of flip flop sandals, valued at a total of $89, into her purse. The teens were also issued trespass admonishments from the store.
Theft/Liquor Law Violation/Arrest: On May 10, a 17-year-old female student at lost her new 32GB iPhone during class. The teacher stopped class and checked everyone's backpack except for one 17-year-old male student, who left early. The incident was reported to the school security officer. The next day, the male student arrived to school late. While checking into the attendance office, the security officer told the student that the administration needed to speak to him. On his way to the office, the student threw a metal water bottle in the lost and found. The officer retrieved it and found beer inside. The student eventually admitted to stealing the phone and said he was trying to sell it on Craigslist for $300. During the investigation, police also recovered two other phones from the student. The teen also confessed to taking his dad's beer and tried to get rid of it so he wouldn't get in trouble. The case has been forwarded to Remann Hall for review of second-degree theft, trafficking stolen property and minor in possession of alcohol charges.
DUI/Arrest: On May 12, police arrested a 38-year-old woman for DUI near Soundview Drive and Hollycroft Street. The driver also told police she was taking antibiotics for her sinus infection in addition to Nyquil and Dayquil.
DUI/DWLS/Arrest: On May 13, police arrested a 29-year-old man for DUI and third-degree DWLS on westbound SR 16 near Wollochet Drive NW. Police also issued an infraction for driving without proof of insurance.
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