Police Blotter for Dec. 6

December 6, 2010

By Staff

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NEW — 4:25 p.m. Dec. 6, 2010

Marijuana busts

Two Liberty High School students were caught smoking marijuana in a car near campus, 16655 S.E. 136th St., Renton, during their lunch period just after 11 a.m. Nov. 12. The school resource officer spotted the students in the car and reported that all of the windows were fogged up and a large amount of smoke was drifting out from inside. He said the car smelled strongly of marijuana, and he confronted the students, who admitted they were smoking. The students said they bought the marijuana from a third student a boys bathroom near the main commons area for $20. All three students were expelled.

A student was arrested at Liberty High School just after 1 p.m. Nov. 12 after one of the school’s assistant principals searched the student’s vehicle — parked on school property — and found marijuana. The assistant principal had permission to search the vehicle, and the school resource officer was present. The assistant principal pinpointed the student while investigating the sale of marijuana on school property. The student was expelled and arrested.

Assault at Liberty

Three Liberty High School students were arrested for fourth-degree assault after beating another student between classes. One of the arrested students held the victim’s arms behind his back and smashed him into a wall, and the group took turns beating the victim. The three students were also expelled.

Stolen cell phone at Maywood

A parent reported on behalf of her student — who attends Maywood Middle School, 14490 168th Ave. S.E., Renton — that her daughter’s cell phone had been stolen from her backpack during school between 7:15 a.m. and 2:06 p.m. Nov. 12. The phone was worth $200.

Sneaking through the window

Police responded to Del Mar Apartments, 12828 Newcastle Way, at 1:35 p.m. Nov. 26 after a resident reported two females and a male standing at a neighbor’s window. The group had snuck through one of the apartment windows. The apartment belonged to the man’s sister, and he said she was supposed to leave a key for the group, but had not done so.

Aggressive kids on Maywood campus

A custodian at Maywood Middle School, 14490 168th Ave. S.E., reported he was threatened by a group of about 10 teenagers on the school campus just after 4 p.m. Nov. 23. The school had been closed that day due to snow and ice, and the custodian reported that the situation began when he noticed one of the teens trying to break into the back of his van. When the custodian confronted the teen, members of the group began challenging him to a fight. Police responded and filed a report regarding one particularly aggressive teen, who was released to his mother. The group then left the premises.

Car break-in

A woman reported her 2009 Subaru Outback Impreza was broken into at the Squak Mountain Trailhead, 21500 S.E. May Valley Road, between 2:45 and 5 p.m. Nov. 28. She reported that the rear, driver’s side window was shattered, causing $300 in damage, although she reported nothing was taken.

To open or not to open the window?

Police responded to Par Terra Apartments, 13301 S.E. 79th Place, just before noon Nov. 21, when two female residents had gotten into an argument in the facility’s exercise area. One woman opened the window in the exercise area, and the other woman became upset the first woman did not ask before she opened the window. The situation escalated and one woman called the police. The manager of the complex spoke to both.

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