Auburn Police blotters | Nov. 15

  • Friday, November 15, 2019 10:30am
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Auburn Police responded to the following calls for service, among many others, between Nov. 4 and Nov. 10:

Nov. 4

Vandalism: 12;47 p.m., 1320 26th St. NW. An unknown person spritzed graffiti onto a company vehicle.

Assault: 12:05 p.m., 202 N. Division St. Police arrested a person who’d hit a nurse at MultiCare Auburn Medical Center with his or her hands and fists.

Vandalism: 4:19 p.m., 1800 I St. NE. Somebody damaged a man’s fence in an undisclosed manner.

Nov. 8

Creepy circumstance: 2 p.m., 101 10th St. NE. A woman found items moved about inside her apartment.

Fraud: 3:51 p.m., 6700 block of Montevista Drive Southeast. Police investigated a fraud, but failed to disclose whether the fraud was a person or an act of fraud.

Vandalism: 11:29 p.m., 6190 Terrace View Lane SE. A man called 911 to report that someone had kicked in his front door.

Nov. 10

Theft: 7:45 a.m., 1100 block of A Street Northeast: Person A broke into Person B’s vehicle and stole an identified something or other.

Shoplifting: 9:40 a.m., 1232 A St. NE. For having shoplifted a tool from Lowe’s and then moseying on over to Fred Meyer where he’d previously been told his person was not to be, police arrested a man.

Assault: 11:53 a.m., 3700 block of Auburn Way S. Police arrested a man who’d beaten up on his mother and his girlfriend.

Felony eluding: 11:22 p.m., 800 Harvey Road NE. Several persons fled in their vehicle from police, and police arrested same for that and for having controlled substances.

Nov. 11

Recovered stolen vehicle: 9:05 p.m., 28800 block of 55th Avenue S. Police recovered a trailer someone had stolen and left on the side of a road.

Theft of plates: Between Aug. 1 and Nov. 9. While a vehicle was in a shop waiting for repairs, someone treated him or herself to its license plates.

Repeat offender: 7:45 p.m., 500 West Valley Highway and Peasley Canyon. This dude got into a collision, whereupon police busted said dude for multiple crimes.


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