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Auburn police blotter | Oct. 4

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Auburn police responded to the following calls for service, among many others, between Sept. 18 and 27:

Sept. 18

Vandalism: Overnight, 1400 block of 32nd Street Northeast. Somebody damaged a woman's fence overnight.

Pooch on the loose: 11:28 a.m., 1200 block of 37th Street Southeast. Resident one complained that resident two had let his or her dog out without the benefit of a leash.

You, out, again!: 2:55 p.m., 2117 Auburn Way S. The barring notice did not deter the fellow, so police busted him for returning to the Muckleshoot Bingo Hall.

Drugs: 3:49 p.m., 420 E. Main St. Police arrested a female person and booked her into jail for having a controlled substance after she had violated her parole at the Department of Corrections Office.

Boot heard round the mall: 5:19 p.m., 762 Supermall Drive SW. Folks at the Outlet Collection Mall gave a man and a woman an emphatic boot from every square inch of their property.

Strong arm street robbery: 8:19 p.m., 11200 block of Southeast 312th Street. Two guys assaulted a woman and stole her purse.

Sept. 25

Arson of uninhabited building: 8:29 a.m., 931 8th St. NE. A vacant house sustained fire damage.

Assault with a firearm: 5:50 p.m., 0 block of N Street Northeast. A male pointed a firearm at another male, and police busted him for it.

Street robbery with knife: 7:48 p.m., 12300 block of Southeast 320th Street. Somebody robbed a male at knifepoint.

Theft: 7 p.m., Stuck River Drive Southeast. Somebody broke into a vehicle at Wilderness Game Farm Park and helped him or herself to somebody else's laptop computer.

Obstructing justice: 10:59 p.m., 101 Auburn Way S. Police busted two men and a woman for being the stars of some truly outstanding arrest warrants.

Sept. 27

Burglary: Overnight, 1580 A St. NE. Unknown persons broke into a construction site.

Wayward Chooks: 2:25 p.m., 5600 block of South 318th. A woman complained about the unwanted presence of a neighbor's chickens on her property.

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