January police blotter

February 6, 2015

By Staff

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About $500 worth of goods, including six bottles of red and white wine, was stolen from a storage locker in the 6800 block of 132nd Place Southeast between Dec. 22 and Jan. 5.

Dump and run

An unknown suspect dropped a bunch of assorted mail by a home in the 8400 block of 116th Avenue Southeast between Jan. 1 and 2. In all, there were 37 pieces of mail, all belonging to different Newcastle residents.

It happened again at the corner of Newcastle Way and 112th Avenue Southeast between Jan. 1 and 2. The homeowner collected the mail and gave it to City Hall.

Can I see some ID?

Police arrested a 29-year-old Newcastle man Jan. 5, after an officer determined that a man had falsely reported his name to an officer at a traffic stop Jan. 3. The man used the name of a former classmate from Hazen High School instead of his own.

Deflated gate

An officer on patrol noticed that a chain-link fence at the Newcastle Fruit & Produce stand, 13013 Newcastle Way, was damaged Jan. 7. The gate was smashed open, most likely by a car.

Construction caper

More than $2,250 worth of door hardware, including handles, locks and hinges, was stolen from the construction site Jan. 9 at the Boren Creek Townhomes in the 8400 block of 130th Place Southeast.

A dollar for your thoughts?

Unknown suspects entered two vehicles parked at a home in the 11300 block of Newcastle Way between Jan. 11 and 12. The homeowner said the only things taken were four $1 bills between the two cars, and a disconnected satellite radio.

Mail theft

A homeowner in the 9100 block of 140th Avenue Southeast found that an unknown suspect stole five days worth of mail from a mailbox between Jan. 12 and 16.

Grocery grab

A woman stole chicken, cheese, produce and a sandwich Jan. 13 from the Newcastle Safeway, 6911 Coal Creek Parkway S.E. She was captured on surveillance video and a witness said she drove a red Buick SUV.

That’ll scare ‘em

An unknown suspect caused $150 in damage after forcefully smashing a door to gain entry into a garage in the 12600 block of Southeast 89th Place Jan. 15. The suspect did not take anything, though, most likely thanks to a public address loudspeaker the owner installed as an alarm to scare away potential thieves.


The Safeway manager had police escort a longtime trespasser from the store, 6911 Coal Creek Parkway S.E., on Jan. 17. The manager said the store has been trying to formally ban her for a while, but she usually got away.

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