Auburn Police blotter for Nov. 24

  • Friday, November 24, 2017 10:30am
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Auburn Police responded to the following calls for service, among many others, between Nov. 11 and 16:

Nov. 11

Fraud: 11:59 p.m., 2402 Auburn Way S. A man tried to use a bogus driver’s license to withdraw funds from a credit card, but the Muckleshoot Casino’s security was wise to the deception.

Nov. 13

Trespassing: 7:55 a.m., 1000 block of 33rd Street Southeast. A man found somebody else asleep in his vehicle, but before police could get there, the sleeper skedaddled into the morning.

Monkey says, “scram”!: 6:51 p.m., 124 2nd St. SE. For wrongdoings undisclosed, the Spunky Monkey issued a malefactor his walking orders, and police supplied their policely presence to make his absence happen.

Nov. 14

Trespassing: 1:36 a.m.. 918 H St. SE. Maybe the guy didn’t get the hint that folks aren’t supposed to be lurking around the White River Valley Museum at 1:30 plus in the morning, but there he was, causing trouble, so he got the boot from both building and parking lot.

Nov. 16

Shoplifting: 10:02 a.m., 1509 Auburn Way S. Two boys stole booze from Rite Aid.

Burglary: Overnight, 3710 A St. SE. An unknown suspect or suspects broke a storage shed’s lock and stole an undisclosed number of tools.

Burglary: 2:23 p.m., 313 37th St. SE. A burglar or burglars broke into a YMCA storage shed and stole two hand carts.

Nov. 17

Assault with hands and fists: 3:19 p.m., 100 block of Ellingson Road Southwest. The brother of an alleged assault victim reported that somebody had committed felony assault on his brother on Sept. 10, which the victim could not report because he is in jail.

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