Police blotter

July 31, 2014

By Staff

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Neighborly dispute

A resident in the 8700 block of 116th Avenue Southeast called police July 3, after his neighbor refused to pay a $450 window repair bill. The reporting resident said a rock from his neighbor’s lawnmower caused the damage between May 21 and 22.

Cycling high jinks

A resident reported seeing what appeared to be a thin male on a bicycle traveling around the neighborhood and checking door handles on cars parked on Southeast 82nd Street July 2.

All about that bass

More than $500 worth of stereo equipment was stolen from a vehicle parked in a garage at the Par Terra Apartments, 13301 S.E. 79th Place, between July 3 and 4. An unknown suspect entered the garage overnight and took a stereo amplifier, speaker box, the vehicle’s in-dash stereo and the garage door opener.

Sunglass caper

More than $800 worth of items, including two pairs of sunglasses, was taken from the 9200 block of 117th Avenue Southeast between July 3 and 6.

Scream

Two police officers responded to resident reports of a man talking and screaming outside in the 6900 block of 115th Place Southeast July 6. His mother, who explained he had mental problems, calmed him down, as officers explained that his loud voice was concerning neighbors.

Forgetful kids

A resident in the 8300 block of 117th Avenue Southeast reported that his pre-teen children forgot to close the garage after returning their bicycles, leaving the door open for an unknown suspect to steal a $1,500 Prada purse from the garage’s unlocked vehicle between the evening of July 7 and morning of July 8.

Candid camera

A resident returned from vacation and alerted police July 9 that his surveillance camera had footage of someone rummaging through his unlocked vehicle parked in the 12000 block of Southeast 73rd Place July 4. It does not appear anything was taken.

Sticky fingers

A chronic shoplifter was arrested for shoplifting and formally trespassed from the Newcastle Safeway, 6911 Coal Creek Parkway S.E., July 7. Safeway employees saw the man return to the store July 11, and noticed that he had large, obvious bulges in his T-shirt, as if he was concealing merchandise. Police arrived but were unable to locate the subject.

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