Police arrest two teens who trashed Greenwood home while owner was on vacation

by | Jan 8, 2015

Seattle Police say they arrested two teenage boys who broke into a Greenwood home on NW 95th Street and trashed it while the owner was on vacation.

From the SPD Blotter:

Police arrested two teenagers Wednesday for breaking into a Greenwood home while the owner was on vacation and leaving behind a huge mess of garbage and graffiti.

A neighbor tipped off police that people were inside a home, located in the 100 block of Northwest 95th Street, that should have been empty. When officers arrived, they found a broken back window with a blanket covering the jagged glass.

Officers surrounded the house, yelled “Seattle Police,” and heard people running around the house in a panic. Eventually, one of the burglars opened the front door. Police arrested two teenage boys, ages 14 and 15.

Inside the home, officers found belongings scattered everywhere, drug paraphernalia, graffiti throughout the home and garbage. Police booked the teens into the Youth Services Center on burglary charges.

Recent Posts

Taproot Theatre presents Sherlock Holmes and the Precarious Position

Taproot Theatre presents Sherlock Holmes and the Precarious Position

Upcoming Phinney Ridge Community Council meeting to focus on Urban Center proposal for PhinneyWood

Upcoming Phinney Ridge Community Council meeting to focus on Urban Center proposal for PhinneyWood

Help send the Lincoln High School’s Ultimate team to Nationals

Help send the Lincoln High School’s Ultimate team to Nationals