December blotter

January 2, 2015

By Staff

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Lake Boren donuts

An unknown suspect in an unknown vehicle drove onto the grass at Lake Boren Park, 13000 S.E. 84th Way, tearing it up and spraying mud between Nov. 26 and 29. It most likely occurred when the ground was frozen.


Mail theft

An unknown suspect stole mail from a box in the 11800 block of Southeast 79th Court Dec. 3. A homeowner noticed that his and eight of his neighbors’ mailboxes had been emptied.


Samara did it

A Newcastle resident arrived at his home in the 13000 block of Southeast May Creek Park Drive to find that an unknown suspect had ripped open his waiting packages and took a few items, including a copy of the movie “The Ring” Dec. 9.


O Christmas Tree

A package filled with three pre-lit Christmas trees was stolen Dec. 9 from a porch in the 13800 block of Southeast 77th Place.


The real Grinch

An anonymous caller reported that two people were seen taking items from the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Puget Sound donation bin in the AM/PM parking lot, 6966 Coal Creek Parkway S.E., Dec. 10. The caller was able to give police the reported suspects’ license plate number.


Up in smoke

A Coal Creek Utility District employee turned in a Superman backpack filled with glass smoking devices. It was found Dec. 11 behind the Del Mar Apartments, 12828 Newcastle Way.



During regular patrol Dec. 12, a Newcastle officer spotted a white truck with stolen license plates in the Coal Creek Utility District parking lot, 6801 132nd Place S.E. The car’s owner, a CCUD employee, said the plates were reported as stolen, but he since received replacement ones, since the DMV re-issues vanity plates.


Library looting

An unknown suspect stole a $400 computer from the Newcastle Library, 12901 Newcastle Way, between Dec. 13 and 15.


Suspicious vehicle

An officer spotted what appeared to be a stolen vehicle in the parking lot of the Newport Crossing Apartments, 7311 Coal Creek Parkway S.E, Dec. 17. The 2008 Toyota Prius was covered with dirt and pine needles and had a shattered back window. The owner of the vehicle lives in Snoqualmie, and while the vehicle had not yet been reported stolen, the officer had the car impounded.

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One Response to “December blotter”

  1. Byron Banes on January 5th, 2015 7:02 pm

    There are locking gates at Lake Boren Park. Why not use them?

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