Auburn Police blotter | Feb. 7

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Auburn Police responded to many calls for service between Jan. 27 and Feb. 2, among them the following:

Jan. 28

Robbery by firearm: 9:01 a.m., 4018 A St. SE. A hooded male robbed a store at gunpoint.

I ain’t gonna go!: 10:08 a.m., 2818 Auburn Way N. Some guy who was making an undisclosed variety of nuisance of himself refused to leave a shopping area, so police helped him be gone.

Assault: 6:50 p.m., 2500 block of M Place Northeast. Because a man had interfered with the reporting of domestic violence and exposed kids to it, police arrested him.

Assault with hands, fists: 10:55 p.m., 2010 block of I Street Northeast. Somebody threatened a female — girl, woman, police didn’t say — with a knife.

Jan. 29

Fraud: 7:30 a.m., 101 Auburn Way S. A thief stole a woman’s wallet from her unlocked car, and someone, maybe the thief, maybe not, later tried to use her credit cards at Safeway.

Theft: 10:42 a.m., 1000 block of U Street Northwest. A man called to complain that somebody, and he didn’t know who, had cut down a tree on his property.

Jan. 30

Suspicious person: 9 a.m., 800 block of 40th Street Northeast. A child reported a person who was acting suspiciously amid suspicious circumstances, undisclosed.

Jan. 31

Commercial burglary: 5:44 a.m., 1132 Auburn Way N. Somebody stole an undisclosed amount of money from a business.

Assault: 6:53 a.m., 124th Avenue SE. A girl or woman assaulted her mother in Auburn.

Feb. 3

Theft of vehicle parts: 1 a.m., 3600 block of C Street Northeast. A thief or thieves stole parts from a vehicle

Bike theft: 3 p.m., 210 37th St. SE. A thief, or thieves in thievish cahoots, stole two dirt bikes.

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