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Auburn Police responded to the

  • Friday, October 10, 2008 5:54pm
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Auburn Police responded to the

following calls for service between Oct. 5 and Oct. 8:

OCT. 8

Theft from car: 1:17 a.m., 11300 block of Southeast 313th Place. A man told police that somebody had prowled his vehicle and swiped a duffel bag. A witness saw a guy in his late teens dressed in dark clothing standing near the vehicle and a dark blue van speeding away.

OCT. 7

Laundry tiff: 8:23 p.m., 900 block of 14th Street Northeast. Two feisty females – young, old anybody’s guess – resorted to fisticuffs after an argument that centered on one female removing the other’s dainties from a washer and dryer. Both females claimed to be the victim and wanted to press charges. Police took neither female into custody.

Theft from car: 6 p.m., 400 block of 21st Street Southeast. Somebody broke into a vehicle without permission and stole a purse with a wallet. A citizen later found said purse and returned it to its owner, minus a make-up bag, a toothbrush, a $120 bottle of perfume, and the owner’s Social Security card.

Theft from car I: 9 a.m., 2200 block of West Valley Highway North. Unknown subjects broke into somebody’s vehicle of undisclosed make and stole undefined property worth a mystery amount.

Theft from car II: 12:17 p.m., 5400 block of Kennedy Avenue Southeast. Unknown subjects broke into somebody’s vehicle of undisclosed make and stole undefined property worth a mystery amount.

Theft from car III: 3:05 p.m., 800 block of 9th Street Southeast. Unknown subjects broke into somebody’s vehicle of undisclosed make and stole undefined property worth a mystery amount.

Theft from car IV: 4:45 p.m., 700 block of Henry Road Northeast. Unknown persons broke into somebody’s vehicle of undisclosed make and stole undefined property worth a mystery amount.

OCT. 6

Weapons offense: 3:52 a.m., 300 block of Mountain View Drive. Unknown subjects fired eight shots from a vehicle in the 300 block of Mountain View Drive.

OCT. 5

Burglary of unknown business: Overnight, 800 block of 5th Street Southeast. Somebody forced open the locked garage door of an unnamed business to get in. It would appear that this unnamed business suffered no losses.

Vandalism: 10:33 a.m., 1700 block of West Valley Highway North. Somebody smashed the window of a business on West Valley Highway but did not enter it. Police did not disclose the name of the business.

Assault: 12:59 p.m., 521 Auburn Way S. A male and his girlfriend, ages not given, were involved in some sort of fracas at Denny’s. Police forwarded the case to the city prosecutor’s office for review.


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