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Police Blotter: January 5 - February 13


Last updated 2/21/2020 at 5:01pm

Jan. 5

Parking lot woes

Officers responded to a hit and run in the 16300 block of Bothell-Everett Highway. Two vehicles collided in the parking lot and one vehicle left the scene.

Jan. 6 

Double trouble

Officers responded to a hit and run collision in the area of the 1400 block Trillium Blvd. Officers were already nearby investigating a separate hit and run collision with a similar suspect vehicle. Through investigation, the suspect driver, a 35-year-old Bothell woman, was identified and arrested for hit and run in both cases.

Jan. 7

Time to see a tailor

A Mill Creek woman reported cash stolen from her jacket while in the 15000 block of Main Street.

Jan. 12

Look out!

Officers responded to a home in the 2400 block 145th Place SE for a malicious mischief report. A 60-year-old Mill Creek man reported unknown suspect(s) threw a rock through a window of his home.

Jan. 13

Where’s the barbeque?

Propane bottles were stolen from a business in the 13500 block of SR‐527.

Jan. 17 

Lock the door

Officers responded to three cold vehicle prowls within hours of each other in the 15000 block of Main Street. A wallet, a backpack, and a laptop were stolen from three separate vehicles. 

Jan. 21

You’ve got (no) mail

Police responded to a mail theft report in the 3100 block of 140th Place SE

Jan. 22

Empty toolbox

Officers responded to a theft in progress in the 2000 block of 132nd St SE. A 30-year-old male was arrested for stealing power tools and he was booked into the Snohomish County Jail for theft.

Jan. 24

Call me

Officers responded to the 15600 block of Main Street for a report of a robbery. A 15-year-old Mill Creek male and an unknown male attempted to take a 14-year-old Bothell male’s phone. They were unsuccessful in taking the phone, however, they took his backpack which contained school property.

Jan. 25

I like to ride my bicycle 

An officer located three bicycles left on the side of the road in the 14400 block of North Creek Drive. No property owners were able to be located and the bicycles did not return as stolen. The bicycles were entered as found property.

Jan. 27

Where’s Milo?

PSO impounded a stray dog, which was found at 2500 block of 136th Street SE.

Jan. 31

This is not a racetrack

Officers responded to a two vehicle collision in the parking lot of 1500 block of 132nd St SE. A male drove his truck into a parked vehicle

Feb. 3

Going rogue

Officers responded to a hit and run collision in the 13700 block of Seattle Hill Road. A vehicle drove off the road and through a fence, stopping in a front yard. The driver left the scene and could not be located. The vehicle was towed.

Feb. 4


Officers responded to a report of an obvious juvenile male driving a vehicle in the 16300 block SR 527. Officers located the vehicle and conducted a stop of it. The driver was identified as a 14-year-old Mill Creek male. After interviewing the juvenile male's mother, it was determined he had taken the vehicle without permission. The juvenile male was arrested for taking a motor vehicle without permission and driving without a valid driver's license.

Feb. 6

Craigslist con-artist

Officers responded to a fraud in the 2100 block of 160th Place SE. A Mill Creek resident was attempting to buy something on Craigslist and when they sent the money, the product being sold was not delivered.

Feb. 8

Just wait

A 68-year-old Mill Creek man was arrested for reckless driving in the 1000 block of Mill Creek Road. The man drove across a double yellow line and into oncoming traffic rather than passing the three police cars blocking the left turn lane with their emergency lights flashing.

Feb. 13


Officers responded to an apartment complex in the 1300 block of 156th St. SE for an Assault weapon call. Through investigation, officers arrested a 14-year-old Mill Creek juvenile for assaulting a 46-year-old Mill Creek woman with two knives.


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