Police blotter

December 4, 2013

By Staff

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You’re a star

A black van with a star logo was stolen from the parking lot of Newport Crossing apartments, 7311 Coal Creek Parkway, between the evening of Oct. 26 and the afternoon of Oct. 27. The car had been locked and legally parked.


Nothing to be found

An unknown suspect rummaged through two vehicles parked in the 8800 block of 125th Place Southeast between the evening of Nov. 4 and the morning of Nov. 5. Nothing was damaged or taken from the vehicles.


An unknown suspect caused $500 in damage by shattering the window of a car in the Walkers Run Condominiums parking lot, 7453 Newcastle Golf Club Road, Nov. 11. There was no other damage to the vehicle and the victim did not believe that theft was intended.


Coal Creek YMCA sting

There were a series of car break-ins at the Coal Creek Family YMCA, 13750 Newcastle Golf Club Road, Nov. 13:

  •  More than $3,500 worth of goods was stolen from a vehicle, including a Louis Vuitton purse, wallet and sunglasses. The driver’s-side window was smashed to gain entry.
  • More than $5,000 worth of goods, including a Microsoft Surface tablet, a laptop and a Gucci purse was taken from a vehicle by smashing the driver’s-side window.
  • About $500 in damage was caused after the rear left window of a vehicle was smashed. Nothing was stolen from it, though.
  • A purse and a checkbook were stolen from a vehicle. The rear driver’s-side window was smashed to gain access.


Stolen pickup

A stolen pickup was located near the entrance road of the Approach Condominiums, 6800 132nd Place S.E., Nov. 14. The vehicle was reported stolen from Renton on Nov. 8.



In the same location where the stolen pickup was discovered Nov. 14, a victim reported that his Acura was stolen overnight Nov. 13 and Nov. 14. The vehicle owner said the car was locked and did have an alarm.


Are you threatening me?

While walking a dog in the 11700 block of Southeast 92nd Street Nov. 15, a person reported that a neighbor made threatening remarks toward her. The two have had previous encounters.


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