Auburn Police blotter | Nov. 30

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Auburn Police responded to the following calls for service, among many others, between Nov. 21 and 24:

Nov. 21

Possible attempted kidnapping: 7:30 a.m., 1000 block of Auburn Way S. Police investigated an attempted child luring.

Trespassing: 1:47 p.m., 1521 D St. NE. A misbehaving man of undisclosed misbehaviors sailed out of Days Inn on the tip of unhappy management’s boot.

Trespassing: 2:49 p.m., 1531 Auburn Way N. Until 2021 did McDonald’s management order a man of undisclosed wrongdoing to refrain from showing himself under the Golden Arches.

Trespassing: 10:22 p.m., 701 Auburn Way S. Three hours later and across town, the hooliganisms of two grown men – undisclosed, but come on, they ought to have known better – got them booted from McDonald’s for two years longer than the man described above.

Nov. 22

Warrant: 7:44 a.m., 2402 Auburn Way S. Police arrested a woman for identity theft on the witness of a confirmed, King County Sheriff’s warrant, and booked her into the SCORE jail.

Forgery: 11:59 p.m., 2802 Auburn Way S. On the cusp of a new day, a woman tried to pass a counterfeit $100 bill at a business. Ultimately, police determined that the woman had received the corrupt currency during an OfferUp transaction the day before.

Shoplifting: 1:30 p.m., 801 Auburn Way N. When Fred Meyer’s loss prevention staff tried to retrieve $23.91 worth of purloined property from an alleged, thieving perp, instead of cooperating, the man elevated his voice, hurled at them foul words and filthy phrases, and told them to go ahead, just call the cops. Police soon busted the dude at a nearby bus stop, recovered the stolen stuff and booked him into the SCORE Jail on strong suspicion of third-degree theft.

Weapons offense: 8:03 p.m., 1402 22nd St. NE. Police arrested a guy for unlawful possession of a firearm at Thanksgiving dinner.

Nov. 23

Auto theft: 7:30 a.m., 4205 Auburn Way S. While a Volkswagen Routan was running in front of a residence, somebody stole it.

Theft: 8:30 p.m., 1101 Outlet Collection Way SW. Somebody broke into a vehicle parked at the Outlet Collection Mall and stole clothes from inside.

Nov. 24

Controlled substance: 12:52 a.m., 1600 block of 36th St. SE. A vacation rental home owner discovered that his or her tenants had left a surprise behind – illegal narcotics.

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