July 3, 2012
Ding dong ditch
Residents reported juveniles dumped a cup full of dog poop on their front doormat and rang the doorbell of a home in the 9200 block of 140th Avenue Southeast on May 27.
No, you lock it up
A residential burglary was reported May 29 in the 8600 block of 138th Place Southeast. There were no signs of forced entry in the incident; the rear door of the home was unlocked.
The wrong slip
A forged prescription was reported May 30 at Newcastle’s Bartell Drugs on Coal Creek Parkway.
First rule about Fight Club
A man reported May 30 that another resident drove to his house and provoked fights with him at a home in the 8200 block of 118th Avenue Southeast.
A cement landscaping block was reportedly thrown through the window of a vehicle parked in the 7400 block of Newcastle Golf Club Road on June 4.
Ring the alarm
A suspect pried open a back window screen and entered a home in the 7600 block of 120th Place Southeast on June 1. The suspect took items from the home while the burglar alarm was ringing inside.
A woman reported May 31 that she had left town for four days and came home to discover someone had attempted to pry open the electric garage door of her home in the 6400 block of 112th Avenue Southeast. No entry was believed to have been made.
On June 1, a woman reported she and her husband have noticed a blond woman in her 40s or 50s driving by their home in the 7000 block of 122nd Avenue Southeast on several occasions. The woman slows down to take pictures of their home, but speeds away if noticed.
A black, four-door 1999 Honda Civic with Washington license plates was reportedly stolen June 2 in the 7400 block of Newcastle Golf Club Road. The vehicle has an aftermarket black hood and orange oval stickers in the back window.
A woman reported June 2 that someone broke the passenger window to her vehicle at the Renton Academy, 6928 116th Ave. S.E., taking prescription medication, about $500 cash and a $500 purse.
A woman found 10 checks in the parking lot near the Chase Bank ATM, 13033 Newcastle Way, and turned them in to police June 14. The checks were all written and endorsed to Bellevue Podiatry.
A resident reported his or her vehicle had been egged near Hazelwood Elementary School on June 17. The eggs had been thrown from the side of the road at the victim’s moving vehicle.