Police Blotter for Sept. 13

September 13, 2010

By Staff

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NEW — 5 p.m. Sept. 13, 2010

Construction equipment theft

A man reported that a diesel air compressor utility trailer worth $15,000 and a jackhammer worth $3,000 were stolen from a construction site in the 12900 block of Southeast 89th Place between Aug. 26 and 28. The gate to the worksite has been pushed down. Part of the compressor trailer was later found in the 9200 block of state Route 900.

Scooter lift theft

A man reported that his scooter lift, specifically designed for people with disabilities, had been stolen from his driveway in the 14000 block of 144th Avenue Southeast between 6 p.m. Aug. 30 and 9:53 a.m. Aug. 31. The lift, valued at $3,000, had been attached to the rear hitch of his vehicle. A small jack had been used to raise the lift from the ground. His vehicle’s rear license plate, attached to the lift, was also stolen.

Children report man follows them

A group of three children, ages 7-11, reported that a man followed them into Lake Boren Park at 8 p.m. Sept. 4. They said the man — about 30 years old and 6 feet tall, wearing a blue, black and white flannel shirt and jeans — followed them from about 30 yards away as they walked along 129th Avenue Southeast toward the park.

The children said he would hide behind the trees when they looked back, and would run as they would run. They said he also sat on a bench and watched them as they played in the park. The children got scared and stopped a passerby as it began to get dark, and the passerby called police. The children also reported that a gray Econoline van was parked for a while near Southeast 84th Street and Coal Creek Parkway.

The officer drove the children home, and one child’s mother said sometimes her child thinks people are following when they are just walking behind, and that she was not sure what to make of the situation.

Car break-ins

A man reported that his 1995 Honda Accord was broken into at the Newcastle Crossing Apartments, 7311 Coal Creek Parkway Southeast, between 7 p.m. Aug. 30 and 9 a.m. Sept. 1. He had locked the doors, but returned to find all his doors unlocked and the interior ransacked. He reported nothing stolen. There was no damage done to the exterior of the vehicle upon entry. The man said he believes his vehicle is being targeted, as it has been broken into four times in the past two months.

A man reported that his 2011 Honda Pilot was broken into at the Newcastle Crossing Apartments, 7311 Coal Creek Parkway Southeast, between 7 p.m. Sept. 1 and 7 a.m. Sept. 2. He reported $200 in cash and his TomTom GPS system worth $199 stolen. He had left his doors unlocked.

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