The Snohomish County Sheriff's Office has received a number of tips about possible suspects in a Bothell home-invasion robbery, but no arrests have been made.
The Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office has received a number of tips about possible suspects in a Bothell home-invasion robbery, but no arrests have been made.
The robbery occurred last Friday in the 4000 block of 180th Street Southeast in the Snohomish County section of Bothell when a woman and a man armed with a handgun demanded money from the resident. The man said he was holding members of the victim’s family hostage.
The victim then was locked in a utility closet in a garage, where she was found several hours later by an employee of hers. She was unharmed.
The robbers were described as a white male and female, both 25 to 30 years old. They were driving a newer, black four-door Nissan sedan with no license plates.
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Anyone with information is asked to call 911.
4 new instructors
Four new instructors have joined the faculty at Cascadia Community College in Bothell.
They are Carrie Doan, who teaches political science and has a master’s degree in political science from the University of Washington; Adrienne Lugg, who teaches basic-skills classes and has a master’s degree in education from Antioch University; Tori Saneda, who teaches anthropology and has a master’s degree in anthropology from The Ohio State University; and Gene Taylor, who teaches history and has a master’s degree in American studies from the Claremont Graduate University.
Cascadia opened in 2000 and shares a campus with the University of Washington, Bothell near Interstate 405.
Fall quarter begins Sept. 26
at Town Center
The Humane Society for Seattle/King County is hosting a pet-adoption event through Sunday at Redmond Town Center across from REI.
Cats, kittens and rabbits will be on-site and able to go home with new families the same day. Tomorrow only, dogs will also be available for adoption.
Adoption advisers will be on hand from noon to 7 p.m. today, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. tomorrow and noon to 6 p.m. Sunday. Adoption fees range from $45 for rabbits to $155 for pairs of kittens and include collars and a carrier or leash. Humane Society adoption requirements, including downloadable pre-adoption questionnaires, are available at 425-641-0080 or www.seattlehumane.org.
Health fair set
next week at mall
A multicultural health fair will take place at Crossroads Mall on Wednesday to provide older adults and their caregivers with more resources for healthy aging.
Fifteen agencies, many of them social-service providers, will offer information on a variety of programs and services available in the area for everything from assisted living to dental hygiene.
Russian and Chinese translation services will be provided, and some bilingual materials will be available.
The health fair will take place from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information, call 206-861-3165.