The following are selected reports from the Seattle Police Department's North Precinct. They represent the officers' accounts of the events described. UPSKIRTING THE LAWA woman was walking in the 8600 block of Fremont Avenue North at 4:10 p.m. on Sept. 4 when a man walked up behind her and said, "Excuse me, you have something on the back of your dress." The woman, in her early 40s, turned around to see the man quickly place his hand under her skirt and take a picture.The suspect then ran toward the Boys & Girls Club nearby, with the woman chasing him.The woman yelled out the suspect's license-plate number as he boarded his motorcycle, so he got off his bike and walked over to the woman to apologize.The woman ran into the Boys & Girls Club to call police, while the suspect drove off.BUSINESS BURGLARIESSuspects burglarized four businesses in the 3400 block of Northeast 55th Street on the evening of Sept. 3.At one business, suspects tore off a cast-iron security door from the wall and broke a window to enter. According to the business owner, the suspects knew where money would be secretly kept because only those areas were disturbed. However, no money was on the premises at the time of the theft.In another business, shelves were disturbed and about $200 was stolen. The owners of this business said they left around 11 p.m.At a third business, an employee arrived to find pry marks around the door frame. The suspects weren't able to enter this business, however.At the last business, window panels in a door were broken and the door frame was split. Hair products and a flat iron were stolen, but the money was untouched.A resident who lives behind the businesses said she woke around 4 a.m. and hadn't heard anything.PARK ATTACKA man in his early 20s was waiting for a bus at Ravenna Park at 4:10 p.m. on Sept. 2 when he felt something hit him on the left side of his face. He was unconscious for 15 to 20 minutes, he said, before "street kids" woke him up.Fire medics treated the man for swelling near his eye and took him to Harborview Medical Center.STOLEN HELMETA man walked into a business in the 10200 block of Aurora Avenue North at 5:30 p.m. on Sept. 10 and stole a helmet while his friend dropped off his motorcycle for repair. The theft was caught on a surveillance camera.Police went to a motorcycle store farther south on Aurora and learned the suspect once worked there. The officers also learned the man deserted from the U.S. Army and has multiple incidents of eluding police. He also has two felony warrants. The suspect's friend initially denied that his friend stole a helmet until he saw the surveillance tape. He then said he didn't know his friend's name but that he would beat him up for the theft.SUICIDEAt 6:55 a.m. on Sept. 10, police responded to a bus stop at North 64th Street and Woodland Park Avenue North, where a woman in her late 60s appeared confused and couldn't find her way home. The woman's neighbor happened to drive by and told police where the woman lived with her husband.The police drove the woman to her Phinney Ridge home, where they found her husband lying on the lawn.Fire medics, homicide detectives and crime-scene investigators were called.Several neighbors told officers they heard a single gunshot between 6 and 6:20 a.m., but no one called police. Some also heard loud screaming seconds before the shot.CRIME SCENESA man in the 100 block of Northeast 120th Street reported on Sept. 1 that someone had been using his Social Security number fraudulently. He said the Social Security Administration was stopping his disability checks because it claims he is in prison.In the 400 block of North 46th Street, a man in his mid-40s walked up to an open car trunk in a garage at 6:35 p.m. on Sept. 1 and took the groceries out of the trunk. The homeowner confronted the suspect, but he walked off.In the 500 block of North 36th Street on Sept. 8, a business owner reported damage to his landscaping. Between 5 p.m. Sept. 5 and 9 a.m. Sept. 6, someone drove through a hedge and into a tree on the property, leaving behind a license plate.[[In-content Ad]]