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Auburn Police responded to the following calls for service, among many others, between Dec. 31 and Jan. 6:

Dec. 31

Violations of no-contact order: 1 p.m., 340 E Main St. A man made a regular practice of violating a no-contact order, starting in September of last year.

Found firearm: 4:13 p.m., 210 37th St. SE. A firearm was found, didn’t say by whom or what sort of firearm it was, but by gum, a firearm was found.

Jan. 1

Weapons offense: 2:48 a.m., 700 block of 37th Street Southeast. The new year was just shy of three hours old when a boy got himself busted for having cocaine and a firearm, which he shouldn’t have had.

Jan. 3

Theft: 8:38 a.m., 5200 block of Auburn Way South. Police arrested a man for a plethora of crimes, among them vandalism and drug-related offenses, stemming from mail thievery.

Banished from the golden arches: 10:09 a.m., 1521 Auburn Way N. McDonald’s gave a misbehaving man the 5-year git.

Surrendered weapon: 12:47 p.m., 340 E Main St. Per court order, a man surrendered his Glock 22, its magazine and ammunition.

Found property: 5 p.m., 10 block of R Street Southeast. A man found a letter in his mailbox with a white, powdery substance inside, which turned out to be methamphetamine.

Jan. 4

Assault: 1:10 a.m., 1521 D St. NE. Police arrested a man for assaulting a woman at the Days Inn.

Jan. 5

Property theft: 8:29 a.m., 902 Outlet Collection Way SW. Police contacted and arrested a woman on a felony warrant after personnel from a Shell Gas Station reported her as a shoplifter.

Theft from vehicle: Overnight, 2820 B St. NW. A person or persons unknown broke into nine delivery trucks.

Commercial burglary: 8:15 p.m., 3502 Auburn Way S. Burglars hit Chinook Elementary School, vandalizing it in the process.

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