Police blotter

July 2, 2015

By Staff

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It could’ve been worse

An unknown suspect rummaged through both a Porsche and a Ford Mustang parked in the 7000 block of 123rd Avenue Southeast May 29. The thief left both cars, but stole about $2 in change from the Mustang’s center console.

Back in black

A woman delivered to Newcastle City Hall on May 29 a black bicycle she found stuck in her fence in the 1300 block of May Creek Park Drive.

Litter bug

A Newcastle police officer stopped a vehicle after he noticed a small child throw what appeared to be a potato chip bag out of the window near the intersection of Southeast 91st Street and Coal Creek Parkway Southeast on May 30. While stopped, the officer discovered the driver was driving with a suspended license. The officer did not issue a citation for the car occupants’ litter violation, but he notified the driver that she would receive a citation for the driving violation. A friend with a license came to drive the car occupants home.

Taser required

Police used a Taser on a man after he threatened to kill his wife and others inside his house in the 12000 block of Southeast 72nd Street on May 30. Witnesses said the man had been drinking and acting delusional. The man was arrested for investigation into threats.

Say no to candy

A resident reported June 4 that an unknown man approached her babysitter and her son and offered the two candy in the 11900 block of Southeast 75th Place on May 22. The man was described as “older” and driving a silver Lexus.

No dumping

A manager called police June 4 after she caught two people illegally dumping garbage at the Del Mar Village Apartment complex, 12828 Newcastle Way. The apartment manager passed along the license plate number of the offending party.

School safety

A resident told police June 5 she was concerned about a particular parent, or grandparent, who every day during the drop-off time at Newcastle Elementary School, stops in a no parking area, leaves the vehicle running and takes a child up to the school. She was concerned about the safety of the man and child, since she and other parents have almost hit the vehicle on several occasions, since it’s not in the designated drop-off area.

Mutual Materials monster

An alarm was activated at a Mutual Materials gate along Newcastle Golf Club Road on June 9. Police and a security guard searched the area, but found nothing. Later that evening, the security officer saw a suspicious light shined toward his parked vehicle. Again, he searched the area, but found no one. The next day, June 10, the security officer was again patrolling the Mutual Materials site when he saw an unknown male trespass onto the property. He called police, but after a search of the area, no one was found.

The right to discard arms

  • Police picked up a Winchester rifle from a home in the 6400 block of 112th Avenue Southeast, after its owner indicated she wanted to surrender it for disposal June 11.
  • Later, on June 12, a separate resident came to City Hall to discard ammunition once owned by her deceased husband.

With this ring

A resident of Regency Newcastle, 7454 Newcastle Golf Club Road, reported her $10,000 wedding ring lost June 12. The resident’s family searched her room, and flowerbeds she was working on, but came up empty handed.

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