Auburn Police blotter | Nov. 2

  • Friday, November 2, 2018 10:30am
  • News

Auburn Police responded to the following calls for service, among many others, between Oct. 21 and 28:

Oct. 21

Fraud: 5 p.m., 3300 block of 20th St. SE. A man called police to report that his parents were the victims of an attempted fraud that had gone down weeks earlier.

Scram!: 1:39 p.m., 7078 Lakeland Hills Way SE. Taco Time employees took such offense at a man’s undisclosed misdeeds they booted him until 2021.

Oct. 22

Controlled substance: 10:20 p.m., 521 Auburn Way S. Some guy brought heroin into Denny’s and, to make this short, police busted him.

Theft: 1:15 p.m., 13000 block of Southeast 282nd Street. Somebody stole someone else’s utility trailer.

Oct. 23

Fraud: 9 a.m., 3700 block of Auburn Way S. One homo sapiens stole another’s personal check, which an unknown homo sapiens, who knows, perhaps the same one who thieved it, later cashed.

Oct. 25

Commercial burglary: 5:49 a.m., 3214 A St. SE. Two guys committed a burglary of undisclosed stuff from Valley Towing

Commercial burglary: 230 Auburn Way N. Bad guys broke a small office window then slithered through the aperture to burglarize the joint.

Weapons offense: 1:10 p.m., 1015 24th St. NE. Somebody brought a knife to Cascade Middle School.

Oct. 26

Disorderly conduct: 8:26 a.m., 3500 block of I Street Northeast. Police busted a man for an act of malicious mischief, undisclosed, and for disorderly conduct, likewise undisclosed.

Vandalism: 4:11 p.m., 801 4th St. NE. Auburn High School property suffered gang tagging.

More in News

An architectural rendering of what the new Dick Scobee Elementary School will look like. COURTESY, Auburn School District
Public invited to Nov. 14 open house to learn more about new Scobee Elementary School

Building for Learning, a Dick Scobee Community Open House, is set for… Continue reading

Auburn speaker selected for statewide program

Auburn resident Eric Davis has been selected to serve on Humanities Washington’s… Continue reading

Boeing considers moving 1,400 jobs to Kent

Transfers could start in first quarter of 2019

Veteran turns 100 on centennial of WWI ending

Man recalls life, Air Force pilot experience

This tiled-section of the American-Vietnamese memorial bears the names of veterans who fought in the conflict, which came to an official end in 1975. ROBERT WHALE, Auburn Reporter
Public welcomed to visit the Vietnam War monument

Joint American-Vietnamese memorial at Les Gove Park was years in the making

Don Hanson: Sailor, World War II veteran and Auburn VFW member dies at 96

Served five years aboard a U.S. Navy battleship in the Pacific theater

Remembering a veteran settler: Oscar Skagen

By Maurice Skagen and Karen Meador/For the Reporter The centennial of the… Continue reading

Residents, groups to receive Outstanding Service to Veterans Awards in Auburn

Two Washington veterans organizations and seven residents, including Auburn’s Aaron Quinonez, will… Continue reading

Serve and sacrifice: show of honor for veterans, military members

Spectators embrace procession of military units, marching bands and other groups | PHOTOS

Most Read