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Bad behavior leads to ban from chocolate shop | Auburn police blotter

Following is a sample from the Auburn police log.

  • Thursday, September 10, 2020 1:30am
  • News

Between Sept. 3 and Sept. 8, the Auburn Police Department responded to the following calls for service, among many others.

Sept. 3

Weapons offense: 11:25 a.m., 400 block of 25th Street Southeast. Police busted a boy for thieving a firearm.

Weapon surrender: 7 p.m., 140 E. Main St. Per court order, a man surrendered his firearm to the Auburn Police Department.

Lost wallet: 10 p.m., 6700 block of Nathan Avenue Southeast. A woman reported that she’d lost her wallet somewhere, and that an unknown, opportunistic person or persons then used her debit card to buy stereo equipment at Foss Audio in Tukwila.

Sept. 5

Reckless endangerment: 10 p.m., 6700 block of Nathan Avenue Southeast. A male, no age, only gender given, committed some act of undisclosed reckless endangerment as the shadows were falling in the waning hours of this day.

Found property: 10:30 a.m., 1101 Outlet Collection Way SW. Employees at the Burlington store inside the Outlet Collection Mall reported that they had found drug paraphernalia inside the women’s restroom.

Found property: 10:14 a.m., 2402 Auburn Way S. Somebody found a wallet in the Muckleshoot Casino.

Sept. 6

Shoplifting: 9:10 a.m., 4310 A St. SE. Some dude indulged himself in a morning act of stealing from Autozone a container for Bar’s Leaks Head Gasket Repair.

Sept. 8

Vandalism: 12:12 p.m., 4900 block of Mill Pond Drive Southeast. Police busted a guy for doing undisclosed destructive things to his girlfriend’s car.

Assault: 4:14 p.m., D Street Northwest. A man informed police that someone he knew and had tangled with in the past had assaulted him inside his vehicle, with a baby girl inside. The infant was not hurt, and police are looking for the assailant.

Lost his golden ticket: 6:39 p.m., 116 A St. SE. Gosanko Chocolates told a man who’d made a nuisance of himself among the confections to absent himself until 2025.


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