Auburn Police blotter | Feb. 21

  • Friday, February 21, 2020 10:30am
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Auburn Police responded to the following calls for service, among many others, between Feb. 11 and 17:

Feb. 11

Made-up money: 10:49 a.m., 1304 Outlet Collection Way SW. A man passed a counterfeit bill at a local fast food restaurant, but police discovered that the guy had received the bill after selling something to someone on OfferUp.

Shoplifting: 6:25 p.m., 1101 Outlet Collection Way SW. A man tried to walk away from Nordstrom Rack with five pairs of shoes for which he had not first forked over any money.

Theft: 6:12 p.m., 2536 I St. NE. Person A stole something from Person B at the Ray of Hope Shelter.

Disorderly conduct: 9 a.m., 340 E. Main St. A woman complained that a man had kicked and punched her car because he believed she was a city prosecutor.

Feb. 12

Property theft: 4:30 p.m., 1102 Auburn Way S. Two kids snatched a cellphone from another kid at the Auburn Library.

Possession: 10:55 p.m., 1300 M St. SE. A man with methamphetamine on his person took to his heels with police in hot pursuit, but officers caught up with the runner and busted him.

Feb. 13

Agency assist: 8:14 a.m., 28900 block of 124th Avenue SE. Police found a runaway kid and returned the kid to family.

Vandalism: 6:30 p.m., 101 Auburn Way S. Police arrested some guy for damaging stuff in Safeway.

Feb. 17

Burglary: 9:30 a.m., 6100 block of Terrace View Lane Southeast. Some guy tried to force his way into a home not his.

Theft from motor vehicle: 5:20 a.m., 6200 block of Terrace View Lane Southeast. A thief or thieves broke into a vehicle, damaging a passenger window in the process before stealing clothes and shoes.

Agency assist: 9:15 p.m., M Street Northeast. Police arrested a male for child rape.

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