Police blotter

October 4, 2012

By Staff

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Injured raccoon

An employee at the Animal Hospital of Newport Hills reported that a man became aggressive toward her after he was told the hospital couldn’t treat an injured raccoon on Aug. 30. The man returned the next day, the employee said, and shouted obscenities at her because of the way he felt she treated him.


License plates

A resident in the 11300 block of Southeast 77th Place reported that the rear license plate was stolen from his car between Aug. 31 and Sept. 7.



An unknown suspect keyed the driver’s door of a Ford Escape in the parking lot of the QFC, 6940 Coal Creek Parkway S.E., on Sept. 3. The victim reported the damage was about $500.

Suspicious truck

A security guard at The Golf Club at Newcastle reported a suspicious truck traveling on the turf main access road of the golf course Sept. 3. The guard reported that the license plate and the driver’s face were covered with towels.


No radio

A resident reported that between 8 p.m. Sept. 4 and 3 p.m. Sept. 5, the radio was stolen from his car. The resident said the car was locked, but there were no visible signs of forced entry.


Home burglary

A couple reported more than $32,000 worth of belongings stolen from their home in the 15300 block of Southeast 82nd Street on Sept. 7.


Going to the gym

An unknown suspect broke into two vehicles in the parking lot of the Cedar Rim Apartments on 110th Avenue Southeast on Sept. 9. The residents of both cars reported that their gym bags were stolen from their respective cars.


Copper thief

More than 10 copper spools, valued at $1,800, were reported stolen from The Golf Club at Newcastle. An employee believed the theft occurred between Aug. 1 and Sept. 4. The wire was kept in an unsecured storage container on the grounds.


Under construction

More than $2,000 worth of construction tools was reported stolen from an unoccupied home in the 11400 block of Southeast 72nd Street. The house was under construction and tools were reportedly stolen between Sept. 7 and 8.


Newcastle Days theft

A woman reported that her phone was stolen while her family attended a Newcastle Days activity at Lake Boren Park, 13000 S.E. 84th Way, on Sept. 9.


Stolen iPad

A woman reported her iPad was stolen from the sitting area of the swimming pool at the Coal Creek Family YMCA on Sept. 11.


No delivery

A resident reported that three packages were stolen from her mailbox between the evenings of Sept. 12 and 13 in the 8200 block of 116th Avenue Southeast. The resident received confirmation that the packages had been delivered, but when she checked the mailbox, they were not there.


A stolen U-Haul truck was found parked in the parking lot of the QFC on Sept. 14. The ignition, door lock and rear lock of the truck were damaged.

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