Police Blotter for Jan. 5

January 5, 2011

By Staff

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NEW — 10:15 a.m. Jan. 5, 2011

Getting worked up about a fender bender

Police responded to the Castle Creek Apartments, 6830 132nd Place, at 4 p.m. Dec. 20 after a man bumped his car into another vehicle. The man was nervous, said he did not want to get sued and that he did not trust the police. The man then began trying the scrub the victim’s car, a 2001 General Motors Yukon, with a cloth to minimize the damage, then began yelling and not making sense, and he had to be handcuffed, according to the police report. Policed discussed the matter with the victim and issued a warning to the handcuffed man.

Home burglary

Police responded to the 11000 block of Southeast 76th Street just before noon Dec. 23 where a home’s alarm was heard blaring. The rear, glass door had been shattered by a rock, causing $300 in damage, and a neighbor contacted the homeowner. A bag of Christmas gifts worth $250 and a house key worth $5 were stolen.

Car break-in

A man reported that his 2011 Hyundai Sonata was broken into at Castle Creek Apartments, 7100 132nd Place S.E., between 11 p.m. Dec. 25 and noon Dec. 26. He reported that his vehicle was entered through the driver’s side door, and that his cell phone worth $50, and a blue athletic vest worth $50 were taken.

Scouting out cars?

Police responded to a suspicious circumstances call at Walkers Run Condominiums, 7453 Newcastle Golf Club Road, just before 3 a.m. Dec. 26 where a Hispanic female and two men were walking around the parking lot, with the men using flashlights. Those who called to report the suspicious activity checked the vehicles in the lot after the woman and the two men left, but found nothing out of place. Police located the woman and two men at the AM/PM at the corner of Coal Creek Parkway and Newcastle Way. However, police let the three go, as there was no evidence a crime had been committed.


A man reported his home in the 11800 block of Southeast 75th Place had been egged between 11 p.m. Dec. 20 and 6:45 a.m. Dec. 21. The egging broke a shutter on the front of his house, causing $200 in damage.

A man reported someone kicked the bumper of his 1997 Mitsubishi Eclipse while it was parked at the Coal Creek McDonald’s, 13049 S.E. 69th Way, between midnight and 7:35 a.m. Dec. 24. The man reported that the bumper had fallen off and had shoe prints on it.

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