Auburn Police blotter | April 19

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The Auburn Police Department responded to the following calls for service, among many others, between April 4 and 15:

April 4

Animal problem: 7:50 a.m., 5700 Auburn Way S. A passing vehicle severely injured a deer, and police had to put the creature down.

Assault: 9 p.m., 2300 block of Auburn Way S. A woman told police that a guy she knew had assaulted her about a month before.

Violation of court order: 11:13 a.m., 100 block of North Division Street. A woman complained that her ex-boyfriend had violated an anti-harassment order between them.

Shoplifting: 1:12 p.m., 1509 Auburn Way S. Staff at the southend Rite Aid reported that two nefarious persons had scuttled off with $250 worth of fermented beverage.

Thieving shades: 2:30 p.m., 1101 Outlet Collection Way: Three men stole sunglasses from a business.

April 5

Strong-arm street robbery: 9:23 a.m., 202 Cross St. SE. An unidentified man tried to steal a purse from a car with its owner sitting there.

Vehicle theft: 1:36 p.m., 3104 Auburn Way N. While a van belonging to Pacific Pulmonary was in for service at Valley GMC, someone stole it.

April 6

Vandalism: 4:01 a.m., 1102 Auburn Way S. Somebody vandalized a window at the Auburn Library.

Shoplifting: 12:56 p.m., 1101 Outlet Collection Way SW. A man ran off with clothing from the Adidas store at The Outlet Collection mall.

April 7

Assault: 1:36 a.m., 110 block of 2nd Street Northwest. Police busted a man for beating up on his girlfriend.

April 9

Burglary: 7:30 p..m., 1200 block of 35th Fourth Southeast. A burglar or burglars hit a garden shed.

April 11

Vandalism: 4:52 p.m., 1500 block of A Street Southeast. A woman complained that somebody had shot out one of her car windows, but when a police investigation determined that the cause had not been a bullet, the officer investigated the incident as an act of vandalism.

Harassment: 11:12 p.m., 5800 block of Marshall Avenue Southeast. A girl broke a vacuum head, and two kids threatened to kill each other.

April 14

Assault: 12:29 a.m., 1700 block of C Street Southeast. Police arrested a man for assaulting his brother.

Hit and run: 1:59 a.m., 10 block of B Street Northeast. While a man was trying to pull his girlfriend from a moving vehicle, he fell.

April 15

Assault: 1200 block of A Street Northeast. A man assaulted his wife in front of his 1-year-old child, and police arrested him.

Lost or found property: 12:18 p.m., 762 Outlet Collection Way. A woman lost her electronic work scanner at the Outlet mall.

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