Police blotter

February 28, 2013

By Staff

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Stolen car

Between Feb. 1 and Feb. 4, a red Honda Prelude was stolen from the parking lot of the Walkers Run Condominiums, 7453 Newcastle Golf Club Road.


Construction site theft

An extensive amount of copper wire, a ladder and a toolbox were stolen from a storage facility construction site in the 7000 block of 132nd Place Southeast between Feb. 1 and Feb. 4. Police were able to collect fingerprints at the scene.



A vehicle described as a truck or an off-road type car drove on the grass area at Beit Tikvah, 7935 136th Ave. S.E., damaging the grass and a decorative plant Feb. 2. The description of the vehicle was based on tire tracks left at the scene. The church secretary said that it is common for cars to come onto the property and race in the afternoon or evening.


A $1,400 laptop and a $100 toolkit were stolen from a parked vehicle in the 12200 block of Southeast 91st Street between the evening of Feb. 4 and morning of Feb. 5. The unknown suspect entered the locked vehicle by shattering the left-side passenger window, causing $400 in damage.


Everything but the motorcycle

More than $600 worth of goods was stolen from an unlocked vehicle parked in the 7500 block of 135th Avenue Southeast between the evening of Feb. 4 and the morning of Feb. 5. A motorcycle shirt, motorcycle gloves, motorcycle pants and a sales certificate for a motorcycle were among the items stolen.



Police responded to a trespassing complaint after a man entered the Newcastle Safeway store, 6911 Coal Creek Parkway S.E., the afternoon of Feb. 5. The man received a trespassing notice after he was arrested for shoplifting nearly a year ago. The man left the store before police arrived.


Cashing checks

Someone broke into a vehicle parked at the Newport Crossing apartments, 7311 Coal Creek Parkway, and stole a checkbook between Feb. 8 and 9.



An anonymous person reported that the community mailboxes at Southeast 80th Way and 127th Avenue Southeast were pried open Feb. 11. The frame was pried and bent, and the main door was open. The mailboxes were empty but authorities were unsure if anything was stolen.


Assault at the library

An unknown suspect punched a man in the head while the victim waited for his friend at the Newcastle Library, 12901 Newcastle Way, the afternoon of Feb. 12. The victim said he did not know the suspect and does not know why he harmed him. The suspect ran out of the library after hitting the man; an area check for the suspect did not yield any results.


Dumped mail

A Newcastle resident reported to police that she found opened mail dumped along the roadway near the intersection of Southeast 74th Street and 127th Place Southeast on Feb. 14. She did not know who dumped the mail, but noted that it was not the first time that it happened.

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