Police Blotter

May 6, 2011

By Staff

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Car theft

A man reported that his Subaru Impreza was stolen from the Coal Creek YMCA, 13750 Newcastle Golf Club Road, between 5:10 and 6:10 p.m. March 23. He reported that he had locked his vehicle and left his keys in an unlocked locker. When he returned, his keys and his car were gone.

 

Teen climbs bridge

Police responded to the corner of Coal Creek Parkway and Southeast May Valley Road, where a teenage boy was walking near the edge of the May Creek Bridge just before 1 p.m. March 25. Passing motorists called 911 because they thought the boy was going to jump. The boy was upbeat and told police he had been suspended from Hazen High School that day. He said he was not allowed to call for a ride from school and was told to walk home. He said he was bored, so he walked along the edge of the bridge on his way home.

Possible home break-in?

A woman reported that her home in the 7900 block of 122nd Place Southeast may have been broken into at 12:30 p.m. April 2. She said she was in her yard at the time, and a motion detector in her house was tripped. The woman said she believed somebody with information about her security system was stalking her. Police found no signs of forced entry to her home.

 

911 hang up

Police responded to a home in the 7200 block of 121st Place Southeast at 11:20 a.m. April 3 after somebody at the home dialed 911 and hung up. The dispatcher said a man and woman could be heard arguing on the phone before the caller hung up. Police said a car was leaving the driveway as they arrived at the house. Nobody was at the house after the car left.

 

Park potty party

Police responded to Lake Boren Park, 13000 S.E. 84th Way, at 2 a.m. April 4 after receiving reports of men yelling and being loud in the park. Police arrived and found four men near the park’s restrooms. Police warned the men that the park was closed, and the men left.

 

Espresso stand break-in

Police responded to the 6400 block of Lake Washington Boulevard at 6:15 a.m. April 7 after somebody had thrown a flagpole through the side window of the nearby espresso stand during the night. The stand’s clerk reported that the stand appeared to have been entered, but nothing was taken.

 

Locker break-in

A teenage boy reported that his locker at the Coal Creek YMCA, 13750 Newcastle Golf Club Road, was broken into between 4 and 5:40 p.m. April 7. He said his belongings had been locked up, and he returned to find them missing. He reported the stolen items to be an iPhone worth $400, a wallet worth $50, $30 in cash, his driver’s license worth $15 and a credit card.

 

Driving with suspended license

A woman reported that she heard a crash outside while in her home in the 11400 block of Southeast 72nd Street at 10:40 a.m. March 27. She looked outside and found that a man driving a 1995 Ford F150 had crashed into her parked car. The woman called police to report the incident. Police found that the man’s driver’s license had been suspended, and they arrested him.

 

Trailer theft

A man reported that his 1999 Morgan utility trailer was stolen from the 11200 block of Southeast 76th Street between 8 a.m. and 11:30 p.m. April 8. The trailer, worth $700, was unlocked.

 

Job site burglary

A construction supervisor reported that a worksite in the 12900 block of Newcastle Way was burglarized between 3 p.m. April 18 and 6:45 a.m. April 19. He reported that somebody had cut a hole in the chain link fence on the south side of the worksite and smashed the lock to a Conex storage box inside, causing $50 in damage. He reported the burglar or burglars stole a chainsaw worth $500, a chop saw worth $1,000 and numerous batches of copper wire. The supervisor said it would have taken a strong person multiple trips to steal all of the items. Police found footprints in the mud near the box.

 

Job site trespass

A construction supervisor reported that somebody trespassed on a construction site in the 7600 block of 129th Avenue Southeast between 5 p.m. April 21 and 8 a.m. April 22. The trespasser entered a house on the site and opened the upstairs windows. Nothing else appeared to be disturbed. The trespasser also left a set of keys on a piece of equipment outside.

 

Car break-ins

  • A man reported that his 1996 Toyota 4Runner was broken into at the Red Town Trailhead, 15500 Newcastle Golf Club Road, between 6:15 and 8 a.m. April 13. He reported that the front passenger-side window was broken, causing $300 in damage. He reported the stolen items to be a backpack worth $75, a hooded sweatshirt worth $50, a jacket worth $150, a pair of jeans worth $150, miscellaneous gym clothes worth $50 and a pair of Nike shoes worth $100.
  • A man reported that his 1992 Honda Prelude was broken into in the 13400 block of Newcastle Golf Club Road between 9 a.m. and noon April 16, and that subwoofers worth $225 had been stolen.
  • A woman reported that her 1989 Honda CRX was broken into at the Cougar Mountain Trailhead, 10200 Renton-Issaquah Road, between 12:30 and 2:30 p.m. April 18. She reported that the passenger-side window was broken, causing $400 in damage. She reported the stolen items to be a digital camera worth $100, $900 in cash, five credit cards, her and her friend’s driver’s licenses, a jacket worth $40, a purse worth $200 and a wallet worth $100.
  • A man reported that his 2007 Jeep Wrangler was broken into in the 7600 block of 111th Place Southeast between 11 p.m. March 23 and 8:30 a.m. March 24. He reported that the passenger-side window had been broken overnight, and that the stolen items were an iPod worth $250, the vehicle registration and manual worth $50, sunglasses worth $200 and prescription sunglasses worth $300.
  • A woman reported that her 2010 Chevrolet Malibu was broken into between 10 p.m. April 6 and 7:30 a.m. April 7 while it was parked at Newport Crossing Apartments, 7311 Coal Creek Parkway S.E. The front driver’s-side window had been smashed, but did not collapse. The back driver’s-side window was shattered. Both doorframes were bent, seemingly from prying. The owner reported the only missing item to be her car’s registration, worth $25, although she estimated the damage to her car to be about $1,000.

Stolen phone

A woman reported that her cellphone worth $150 was stolen from her home in the 11400 block of Southeast 87th Place on April 18. She reported that people from several companies had been helping her move that day.

 

Home burglaries

  • A woman reported that her home in the 12500 block of Southeast 74th Street was burglarized between 7 a.m. and 12:15 p.m. March 24. The back door had been kicked in, and her bedroom and office had been ransacked. She reported the stolen items to be $100 worth of $2 bills, a bedspread worth $95, a box of 50 insulin needles worth $50, $300 in coins, an electric blanket worth $170, 10 bottles of prescription drugs worth $300, a 45-caliber Ruger revolver worth $200 and an old 50-caliber black powder rifle worth $200. Police recovered fingerprints and a bent screwdriver used to pry open a lock in one of the rooms.
  • A man reported that his home in the 13400 block of Southeast 84th Court was burglarized between April 11 and 15. The back door had been left unlocked, and there were no signs of forced entry. He reported the stolen items to be a Blu-ray player worth $265, a desktop computer worth $1,100, a 37-inch flat screen TV worth $830, a five-piece surround-sound stereo system worth $1,200, two outdoor speakers together worth $400 and a stereo receiver worth $500. Police collected four cards of finger prints from the home.

 

Abandoned cars

  • A man reported at 9:30 a.m. March 25 that a 2003 Toyota 4-Runner had been parked in the 7000 block of 125th Avenue Southeast since September 2010.
  • A woman reported at 10 p.m. March 25 that a 1995 Geo Prizm had been parked in the 8400 block of 128th Avenue Southeast for three days.

 

Vandalism

  • Police responded to Coal Creek Apartments, 6830 Coal Creek Parkway S.E., at 1 p.m. March 30. Somebody had allegedly thrown a rock at a double-paned, sliding glass door. The man who called police said he believed the vandalism might have been the result of a domestic dispute, although there were no witnesses.
  • A man reported that his 1991 Nissan pickup truck was vandalized while it was parked in the 7800 block of 155th Avenue Southeast between 7 and 10 p.m. April 16. He reported that the hood was dented, a windshield wiper was broken and the driver’s-side mirror was cracked. He estimated the damage to be about $500.

 

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