Police Blotter

June 3, 2011

By Staff

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Home burglaries

  • A woman reported that her home in the 7500 block of 138th Place Southeast was broken into between 5 p.m. April 23 and 10 a.m. April 24. The garage was entered, as was her unlocked vehicle inside. She reported that a cello worth $1,500 and two pairs of shoes together worth $90 were stolen.
  • A woman reported that her home in the 12700 block of Southeast 80th Way was broken into between 10 p.m. April 23 and 8 a.m. April 24. The garage was entered, as was her 2002 Toyota Corolla, which was parked in the inside. She reported that a golf bag and golf clubs were taken from the trunk. Police were unable to recover fingerprints from the scene.
  • A man reported that his home in the 13800 block of Issaquah-Hobart Road was broken into between 1:30 p.m. and 3 p.m. May 4. A rear window was shattered — causing $250 in damage — and $1,000 worth of jewelry was stolen.
  • A man reported his home in the 12000 block of Southeast 92nd Street was broken into between 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. May 4. A rear window was broken and most of the rooms in the house were ransacked. He reported the stolen items to be an iPod Touch worth $250, a Kindle case worth $250, a suitcase worth $100, a passport card worth $150, a speaker worth $150, a Swiss army knife worth $50, miscellaneous jewelry worth $1,500, two restaurant gift cards together worth $100 and a bottle of prescription pain pills. Police recovered 13 fingerprints from the home.

  • A man reported that his home in the 8100 block of 126th Place Southeast was broken into between 1 and 5 p.m. May 8. The rear sliding-glass door was broken with a rock. The man reported that his Playstation 3 worth $300 and his 50-inch plasma TV worth $2,700 were stolen. Police recovered six fingerprint samples from his home.
  • A man reported that his home, in the 13800 block of Southeast 92nd Street, was broken into between 11:30 a.m. May 20 and 2:30 p.m. May 23. The burglar or burglars broke a piece of glass on the upper half of the home’s rear door — causing $100 in damage — and reached through to open the door. The man reported the stolen items to be a $600 9-millimeter pistol, a $250 iPod, a $500 laptop computer, a watch worth $13,000, a mini safe worth $75 and an Xbox with a Kinect worth $300.
  • A man reported that his apartment at Newport Crossing Apartments, 7311 Coal Creek Parkway S.E., was broken into between noon May 21 and 11:45 p.m. May 22. He said he returned home to find his front door ajar and his sliding door open. Prying open the deadbolt on the front door caused $100 in damage. Stolen items included $40 in coins and a Playstation 3 with three games, worth $240. Police recovered a set of fingerprints from the apartment.

 

Car break-in

A man reported that his 2011 Lexus RX 450h was broken into at the Red Town Trailhead, 15500 Newcastle Golf Club Road, between 4:30 and 5:45 p.m. May 19. The rear driver’s side window was smashed, causing $1,000 in damage. Stolen items included a $50 gym bag, a $50 pair of dress pants and a pair of sandals worth $100.

 

Car theft

A man reported that his 1988 Subaru GL was stolen from the Cougar Mountain Trailhead in the 10100 block of Renton-Issaquah Road Southeast between 5:30 and 6:30 p.m. May 22.

The Newcastle News publishes names of those arrested for DUI and those charged with felony crimes. Information comes from police reports.

 

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One Response to “Police Blotter”

  1. SD on June 3rd, 2011 9:00 am

    What are our Police doing about this to proactively prevent this from happening? NewCastle should be one of the safest areas to live in. Have any of the criminals been arrested? What is the plan here?

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