A single shot
Auburn police were dispatched on July 6 at approximately 11:22 p.m. regarding a weapons offense on 14th Street Northwest. According to the department, the reporting party reported a subject fired a shot into the air from inside his vehicle. No injuries resulted from the incident, according to the department. Police identified a single bullet casing as evidence. Investigation into the incident continues.
Auburn police were dispatched on July 3 after receiving a report at approximately 2:17 p.m. regarding a robbery involving firearms. According to the department, a suspect robbed a bank in the 400 block of 15th Street Northeast. Police apprehended and arrested the suspect. According to the department’s public information log, police recovered $2,215 in cash from the suspect. The department identified a black BB gun as evidence in the incident. Police arrested the suspect on a charge of robbery in the first degree and forwarded the case to the King County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office for further review of charges.
Assaulting the burglar
The Auburn Police Department were dispatched on July 2 at approximately 10:22 a.m. regarding an aggravated assault on East Main Street and A Street Southeast. According to the department, a man burglarized a shed in a prior incident. The victim and a friend later found the man and assaulted him with a weapon to retrieve the property. The department provided no information regarding the type of weapon used in the assault. According to the department’s log, the victim and his friend recovered $500 in stolen tools. The department’s public information log declared all three men as suspects and victims in the incident.
The Auburn Police Department were dispatched on July 1 after receiving a report at approximately 7:40 p.m. regarding an assault involving a firearm in the 4500 block of Kennedy Avenue Southeast. According to the department, a shooting resulted in damages to multiple vehicles. No injuries resulted from the incident. The department recovered three bullet casings as evidence in regards to the incident. According to the department, the case is currently inactive.