Auburn Police blotter | Jan. 24

  • Friday, January 24, 2020 10:48am
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Between Jan 12 and 19, Auburn Police responded to numerous calls for service, among them the following:

Jan. 12

Thievery: 12:44 p.m., 6100 block of Terrace View Lane Southeast. A truck belonging to a concrete company was stolen but later found in Pierce County.

Vandalism: 1:30 p.m., 1320 26th St. NW. Vandals honed their destructive skills on some guy’s work truck.

Assault: 1:20 p.m., 12700 block of Southeast 312th Street. Some guy beat up on his ex-girlfriend.

Assault: 9:17 p.m., 5900 block of Terrace View Lane.A man assaulted his father.

Jan. 16

Shoplifting: 1:42 p.m., 1101 Outlet Collection Way SW. Police arrested a woman for shoplifting and for resisting arrest at the Levi’s store inside the Outlet Collection Mall.

Unlawful weapon: 7:01 p.m., 1200 block of A Street Northeast. Police busted a boy because he had a firearm he shouldn’t have had.

Assault: 11:40 p.m., 3400 block of C Street Southeast. A woman reported that her two grown-up step daughters had beaten on her.

Jan. 20

Assault: 11:17 a.m., 117 E. Main St. Two guys got into a fight.

Theft: 11:15 a.m., 1101 Outlet Collection Way SW. A woman flagged down police to report that her vehicle had been vandalized, accessed, and that the perp had stolen items undisclosed from inside.

Harassment: 10 p.m., 200 block of 14th Street Southeast. A woman complained that her husband had assaulted her with flying saliva.


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