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Auburn police blotter | June 28
Auburn police responded to the following calls for service, among many others, between June 20 and 21:
Theft: 9:05 a.m., 1225 29th St. SE. Somebody swiped an Iphone 4 from an apartment, the victim suspects a relative, police are looking into it.
Theft: 11:30 a.m., 2302 West Valley Highway N. Sometime within the past three weeks a person or persons unknown made off from a company's parking lot with a trailer.
Shoplifting: 2:11 p.m., 1702 Auburn Way N. For trying to pocket a toothbrush worth $3.06, including tax, without troubling himself about that pesky business of first paying for said essential item of dental hygiene, a man at Top Food found himself on the wrong end of the law.
Theft: 7:40 a.m., 29600 block of 60th Court South. Somebody broke into a man's vehicle and stole his custom dress shirts and insurance card.
Peripatetic pooch: 7:37 a.m., 400 block of D Street Southeast. A police officer transported an itinerant dog to Auburn's animal shelter.
Truck theft: 8:25 a., 1500 block of 31st Street Southeast. An Auburn man asked two strangers to help him fix his red 1999 Dodge Ram truck while it was out of commission at a south end apartment complex. Post repairs, the man let the strangers drive his truck back to Federal Way, but they never came back. Police are investigating.
Vandalism: 8 a.m., 808 9th St. SE. An Auburn Senior Center employee reported that sometime over night somebody had hurled a rock through her office window.
Disorderly conduct: 12:47 a.m., 2200 Auburn Way N. A man and a woman, with a small infant in tow, were arguing on a sidewalk. Police later arrested the man for disorderly conduct.
Theft: 2:47 p.m., 1420 Harvey Road NE. A man complained that somebody had thieved his company-owned Ipad from Starbucks.
Theft: overnight, 3700 block of Auburn Way S. A man came into the station to file a report for the theft from his vehicle of a Kicker sub and Rockford Fosgate amp.
Disorderly conduct: 6:01 p.m., 1101 Supermall Way SW. Two men compounded their misdeed of trespassing at a business by causing a ruckus.