Police blotter

April 3, 2014

By Staff

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Rifle rip-off

An unknown suspect entered a home in the 12500 block of Southeast 70th Street and stole a 40-year-old rifle March 5. The suspect entered the residence through a second floor, unlocked sliding door.

A puppy surprise

A woman walking her dog in the vicinity of Southeast 86th Street and 129th Avenue Southeast noticed her pooch had something in his mouth March 5. It was a chain of three intertwined necklaces. She turned the jewelry in at Newcastle City Hall on March 11 as found property.

Sweet aviators

A pair of Maui Jim aviator sunglasses worth $200 was stolen from a car in the 8600 block of 138th Place Southeast between March 10 and 11. There were no signs of forced entry; the car owner said he most likely inadvertently left the car unlocked.

Double down

Silver Dollar Casino chips were among the items stolen from an unlocked car parked in the 8900 block of 139th Avenue Southeast between March 10 and 11.

Library looting

A visitor to Newcastle Library, 12901 Newcastle Way, reported she left her wallet in the children’s area March 11. When she got home and discovered the loss, she called the library, but the wallet was gone.

Construction tool heist

More than $1,800 worth of construction tools was stolen from a vehicle in the parking lot of Newport Crossing apartments, 7311 Coal Creek Parkway, between March 10 and 11.

A penny for your thoughts

An unknown suspect entered a vehicle parked in the 9000 block of 143rd Avenue Southeast and stole $2 worth of coins between March 10 and 11.

Sensitive documents

Important documents with personal information were stolen from a vehicle in the parking lot of Newport Crossing apartments, 7311 Coal Creek Parkway, between March 10 and 11.

iPod refill

A stash of CDs worth about $600 was stolen from a vehicle in the parking lot of the Castle Creek Apartments, 7100 132nd Place S.E., between March 10 and 11.

Rummage sale

Newcastle saw a rash of car break-ins during March, but in a few of the cases, such as those listed below, nothing was taken from the vehicle:

  • A suspect entered a vehicle parked in the 14000 block of Southeast 93rd Street between March 10 and 11. The owner said the car was possibly left unlocked, but nothing of value was kept in the car overnight.
  • A suspect entered an unlocked vehicle in the 8600 block of 138th Place Southeast between March 10 and 15.

Dump and run

An unknown suspect driving a truck illegally dumped wood pallets on the gravel driveway of a home in the 11500 block of Southeast 82nd Street, and then drove away March 11.

With this ring

An $1,800 anniversary ring was among the items stolen from a car parked in the 9000 block of 132nd Place Southeast between March 13 and 14. It’s unknown how the suspect entered the vehicle, but a purse was also taken, and the air had been let out of the tires.

Duck and cover

A truck bed cover worth $100 was stolen from a vehicle in the 8400 block of 116th Avenue Southeast between March 14 and 15. The suspect gained entry to the locked car by shattering the passenger door window.

Drill, baby, drill

More than $1,500 worth of carpentry tools was stolen from a car in the 7000 block of 122nd Avenue Southeast March 15. The owner believed there must have been more than one person involved, due to the weight and size of the tools taken.

 

The culprit?

Police responded to a suspicious circumstance report in the 11800 block of Southeast 79th Court March 19. A homeowner in the area saw a suspicious person walking around his cul-de-sac, and decided to report it to police, given a recent rash of car break-ins. Neither police nor the homeowner was able to locate the subject after he ventured toward 118th Avenue Southeast.

Roll ‘em up

More than $800 worth of goods was stolen from a car in the 7300 block of 125th Place Southeast March 21. A roll of quarters worth $10, an iPod and sunglasses were among the items taken. The vehicle owner insisted he had locked the door, but there were no signs of forced entry.

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