Auburn police arrested a man on a confirmed Auburn warrant at 8:30 p.m. May 22 at 23 A Street Southwest. Police located two firearms on the man and charged him with additional counts of unlawful firearm possession in the second degree and delivering a stolen firearm. Police also declared methamphetamine as evidence from the incident, according to the department’s public information log. Police referred the case to King County prosecutors for further charges.
Auburn police arrested a man May 19 in the 1400 block of Auburn Way North after responding to a report of a hit-and-run traffic collision received at 6:40 p.m. According to the department’s public information log, police have charged the man with hit-and-run resulting in serious injury. Police also cited the subject for driving dangerously distracted. Police have forwarded the case to the City of Auburn Prosecutor’s Office.
Auburn police arrested a 17-year-old Auburn Mountainview High School student on May 18 after receiving a report at approximately 10:59 a.m. According to the department, a student was being investigated for a robbery and the school did a safety check. The student attempted to flee and the school detained him and found a gun on his person. The incident resulted in no injuries. Police declared a handgun as evidence from the incident and charged the student with unlawful firearm possession in the second degree. Investigation into the incident and the associated robbery continues.
Auburn police were dispatched on May 17 after receiving a report at approximately 9:26 a.m. regarding a domestic violence incident. According to the department, a woman was assaulted by her boyfriend violating an order in the 2700 block of 24th Street Southeast. According to the public information log, the department charged the suspect with assault in the second degree and violation of a no harassment order. Investigation into the incident continues. The department declined to provide further information regarding the incident. No arrest information has been provided.