Auburn Police blotter | March 16

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Auburn Police responded to the following calls for service, among many others, between March 6 and 12.

March 6

Trespassing: 11:30 a.m., 1241 Auburn Way N. Bike officers busted two people for being where they shouldn’t have been with drug paraphernalia they shouldn’t have had.

Fraud: 1:03 p.m., 1400 block of 60th Street Southeast. A fraud of undisclosed fraudulence went down, affecting somebody in an allegedly adverse manner.

Theft: 3:08 p.m., 300 block of 15th Street Northeast.Police busted a man and woman for possessing wire they had allegedly stolen from City street lights on Ron Crockett Drive Northwest. At the time of the bust, the man had narcotics on his person.

Threatening: 1:50 p.m., 28900 block of 124th Avenue Southeast. Somebody picked up a phone and threatened someone else.

Theft of crypto-currency: 3:57 p.m., 300 block of 1st Street Northeast. Somebody stole someone else’s Bitcoin.

Assault with firearm: 3:32 p.m., 2400 block of F Street Southeast. Police arrested a woman for first-degree arson of an uninhabited, single-family residence and for first-degree assault.

March 8

Vandalism: Overnight, 900 block of 51st Street Southeast. Vandals plied their trade by spritzing paint on telephone wiring boxes.

March 9

Commercial burglary: Overnight, 29525 112th Avenue Southeast. A burglar or a plurality of same stole a John Deere tractor from a fenced yard via a disabled gate.

Theft: Overnight, 1761 Auburn Way N. Staff at Small & Son’s called police after finding batteries missing from two trucks and a window broken out of a third truck.

Disorderly conduct: 8:38 p.m., 101 Auburn Way S. Police arrested a juvenile gang member for disorderly conduct.

March 12

Theft: Overnight, 330 Auburn Way N. Staff at Auburn Safe & Lock called to report the theft of money from a cash register.

Weapons offense: 10:42 a.m., 1825 K St. SE. Police busted a kid for having a knife at Olympic Middle School.

Burglary: Overnight, 223 D St. NW. Staff at Accurate Industries called 911 to report damage and theft of copper wire from the exterior of their building.

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