August-September Monthly Green Lake Crime Recap
An injured feline, stolen bike, and damaged Starbucks make up this month’s Green Lake crime recap.
September 10: A one-year-old cat was shot by a pellet gun in the Greenwood neighborhood. The cat was found with a pellet gun lodged in its hind foot, sustaining non-life threatening injuries.
September 8: A bike was found on 1st Avenue Northwest between 85th and 84th streets, which is believed to have been stolen and dumped in the yard.
August 28: A Nissan Sentra was stolen from the Phinney Ridge neighborhood and driven off the Ship Canal at Nickerson Street Marina. Police officers and the Seattle Fire Department arrived at the scene, where they found a man in the water calling for help. The body has since been extracted from the water. The King County Medical Examiner continues to investigate the incident.
August 25: A 1998 Subaru Legacy was stolen from the corner of North 117th Street and Phinney Avenue North next to Christ the King Church. The car has since been found and returned to its owner.
August 24: A northbound driver on Phinney Avenue crashed into the side of a Starbucks around 1:30 a.m. The Starbucks and car were severely damaged.
August 19: A package thief was caught on security camera. He was seen stealing packages from residences around North 97th Street. A police report was filed.
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