Auburn Police blotter | July 27

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Auburn Police responded to the following calls for service, among many others, between July 20 and 24:

July 20

Disorderly conduct: 11:16 p.m., 3100 block of I Street Northeast. Police arrested some guy who was apparently conducting himself in an undisclosed manner of disorderly behavior and booked his misbehaving carcass into the SCORE jail.

Vandalism: 11:48 p.m., 320 Auburn Way S. Somebody took out their angst on a drive-through display screen at Burger King, whomping up on said device.

July 21

Commercial burglary: Overnight, 404 27th St. SE. Burglars hit the laundry room at an apartment complex.

Theft: 12:57 a.m., 7200 block of Perry Avenue Southeast. Somebody swiped a package from the porch of a residence.

Theft: 10:30 p.m., 1700 block of 37th Way Southeast. A man reported that some guy he met on offerup.com stole from him a $500 speaker box and then departed into the night in what police later determined to have been a stolen vehicle.

Theft: 11 p.m., 23317 61st Avenue South. Somebody stole a 9.mm Glock pistol from a vehicle in the city of Kent.

July 23

Theft: Overnight, 6300 S. 301st St. Thieves deprived a water tank trailer at a construction site of its Honda motor and water pump.

Theft: 9:60 a.m., 1407 Auburn Way S. Somebody stole a leaf blower from a work site.

July 24

Court order: 11:35 a.m., 340 E. Main St. In accordance with a court order, a man surrendered his concealed pistol license to the Auburn Police Department.

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