Man arrested for stealing liquor from grocery store | Police blotter

Police blotter for Dec. 6-8.

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Thursday, Dec. 6

Theft of a motor vehicle: A woman called police after her car was stolen while she was delivering newspapers on the corner of Avondale Road Northeast and Northeast 95th Street. The car had been left idling while the victim was dropping off papers at an apartment complex. The victim saw two subjects jump in her car and take off with it. She was not threatened or approached by the unidentified suspects.

Friday, Dec. 7

Arrest: Police arrested a 58-year-old male after finding he had taken four bottles of liquor from a local grocery store with out paying from them on the 17200 block of Avondale Way. The suspect also had a couple warrants for previous thefts and was booked into jail.

Theft of a motor vehcile: A man reported his vehicle had been stolen from his apartment complex after the car had been left unlocked and with keys inside on the 6000 block of 187th Place Northeast. The car was recovered a few hours later in Lakewood. No arrests have been made.

Saturday, Dec. 8

Vehcile Prowls: Police received reports from three car prowl victims all within about a block of each other on the 18700 block of Northeast 61st Way. The suspect is unknown.

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