Police blotter

May 3, 2012

By Staff

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Purse snatched from cart

A woman’s purse was reportedly stolen from her cart while she was waiting for the bus in front of the Safeway next to the handicapped parking stalls in the 6900 block of Coal Creek Parkway on April 4.

Liquor pilferer

A suspicious male who had previously stolen liquor from the Washington State Liquor Store, 6927 Coal Creek Parkway S.E., returned to the store April 6. The subject left without stealing anything before police arrived.

Motorcycle stolen

A man, who moved to Newcastle from Georgia 10 days prior, reported his yellow Honda CBRR motorcycle was missing April 8. The motorcycle was parked in a designated parking stall next to the garage parking at the northwest exit to the Newport Crossing complex at the 7300 block of Coal Creek Parkway.

Tools taken from truck

An Echo chainsaw and Shindowa leaf blower were stolen in April from the bed of a truck parked in the 12100 block of Southeast 70th Street. The approximate value of the equipment was $500.

Items stolen  from console

A resident reported an unknown suspect took items from the center console of a vehicle in the 14400 block of Southeast 84th Street on April 15. The resident was not sure whether the vehicle was locked, but there was no damage done to the vehicle to gain entry.

Mailbox broken into

A resident in the 8100 block of 127th Avenue Southeast reported a bill with a check in the outgoing mail was taken from a locked mailbox that was pried open April 16. Incoming mail was possibly taken in the incident.

Lost credit card reported

A woman reported April 18 that she lost her credit card in an unknown location, but thinks it was at a restaurant in Newcastle. She was notified by her bank that fraudulent activity has since occurred on the card.

Chalk it down

Several subjects were contacted April 20 after drawing with chalk on the side of the Renton Academy, 6928 116th Ave. S.E.

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