Auburn Police blotter | Jan. 19

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Auburn Police responded to the following calls for service, among many others, between Jan. 9 and 13:

Jan. 9

Property theft: 11:35 a.m., 1701 Auburn Way S. Someone stole a man’s wallet, then he got it back.

Commercial burglary: 8 a.m., 30300 block of 108th Avenue Southeast. A person or persons stole tools of undisclosed make and value from a construction site.

ID theft: 8:35 a.m., 2117 Auburn Way S. A woman tried to use someone else’s ID to get into Muckleshoot Bingo, ah, but keen-eyed employees thwarted her.

Theft: Overnight, 357 37th Place SE. A string of vehicle prowls went down at a local town home complex.

Hit and run: 1:12 p.m., 599 15th St. NE. Person A’s vehicle hit person B’s, then, without exchanging information, A fled.

Theft: 5:35 p.m., 504 Auburn Way N. Somebody stole something from the Starting Gate eatery.

Trespassing: 10:20 p.m., 4010 A St. SE. Somebody found somebody sleeping inside another person’s vehicle in a parking lot, whereupon police arrested said sleeper for vehicle trespassing.

Jan. 10

Vandalism: 3:59 a.m., 220 Auburn Way S. Police busted a man for vandalizing vacuum pumps at a car wash.

Recovered stolen property: 3 p.m., 800 block of C Street Southeast. Tires and wheels boosted somewhere else turned up in Auburn.

Felony eluding: 1:10 p.m., 30400 124th Avenue SE. A U-Haul truck hit a man’s vehicle, and when the victim tried to pull over to exchange information, the driver zipped away. Police found the U-Haul but it fled from an attempted traffic stop, driving recklessly, passing vehicles in oncoming lanes and on the shoulder, so police gave up the pursuit for the sake of public safety.

Robbery by firearm: 2:38 p.m., 2100 Auburn Way S. A boy called police to report that someone else had robbed and assaulted him with a handgun.

Jan. 13

Vandalism: Overnight, 800 block of 9th Street Southeast. An unknown rock chucker chucked a rock through someone’s living room window.

Agency assist: 9:54 a.m., 700 block of 9th Street Southeast. Some agency, undisclosed, assisted another, equally undisclosed, with some urgent matter, undisclosed, between May of 2017 and Jan. 13.

Vandalism: 12:25 p.m., 1000 block of 12th Street Southeast. Two kids took their skateboards to a window, smashing it.

Jan. 14

Vandalism: 12 p.m., 2100 block of 62nd Street Southeast. Somebody slashed all four tires on a woman’s vehicle.

July 15

Alcohol: 12:14 a.m., 2402 Auburn Way S. Police cited a girl for lacking the requisite number of years bumping about on earth to frequent a tavern.

Arson: 2:24 a.m., 600 block of 15th Street Northwest. Some firebug, or firebugs in flaming cahoots, set a garbage can ablaze.

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