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Unknown suspect steals eight-foot obelisk | Police blotter

This is not a complete list of all incidents that occurred in Redmond during this time period.

  • Thursday, June 21, 2018 12:30pm
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Friday, June 8

8:54 a.m. – Fraud: Police investigated a fraud where the suspect was attempting to rent out a house online that didn’t belong to him on the 12100 block of 167th Place NE. The owner of the house had put the property up for sale and came across a rental posting by an unknown suspect that he had not authorized.

Thursday, June 7

3:55 p.m. – Theft: An ambitious thief stole an eight-foot tall stone obelisk from a Redmond garden on the 9700 block of 132nd Ave. NE. No details available on how, or why, someone would do that.

9:40 p.m. – Malicious Mischief: Police tracked down and arrested a man suspected of road rage and damaging another driver’s vehicle on the 8500 block of 163rd Court NE. The victim reported the suspect had pulled up next to her vehicle, started yelling, and then threw a bottle at her car. The victim took photos of the suspect’s vehicle as he drove off which helped officers find him at his residence. The suspect was arrested on suspicion of Malicious Mischief and booked into jail.

Wednesday, June 6

6:32 a.m. – Residential Burglary: A man called police after he awoke in his motor home to find a stranger inside his residence on the 17600 block of NE 76th St. The startled man tackled the intruder and held him on the ground while he called 911 and waited for officers to respond. The suspect was arrested on suspicion of burglary and being in possession of illegal narcotics.

8 a.m. – Vehicle Prowl: A wallet and various personal documents were stolen out of a vehicle that was left unlocked overnight on the 1700 block of NE 107th St.

8:02 a.m. – Vehicle Prowl: An unknown suspect stole all four tires off of a vehicle that had been parked in a construction site parking lot on the 8500 block of Willows Road.

Tuesday, June 5

7:41 a.m. – Stolen Vehicle/Drug Offense: Police responded to a call from a person who witnessed two adults apparently using drugs while seated in a car in a business parking lot on the 17700 block of NE 76th St. Upon arrival, officers found the vehicle had been stolen and the male and female suspects were in possession of illegal drugs and paraphernalia. Both were arrested.

Monday, June 4

12:02 p.m. – Commercial Burglary: A shop owner called police after discovering someone had tried to kick down the front door to her business on the 8100 block of 161st Ave. NE. The suspect was not successful in gaining entry but the door frame was damaged.

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