Dispute between woman, store employee and three-legged dog breaks out in thrift store | Police Blotter

Police blotter for June 18-23.

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June 18

Stolen goods: At 12:13 p.m. in the 17600 block of Northeast Union Hill Road, a 29-year-old was arrested after a store employee saw him leave with merchandise that did not belong to him.

Vehicle theft: At 2 p.m. in the 8700 block of 164th Avenue Northeast, a Honda Civic parked at a Redmond apartment complex was taken. The car was found unoccupied in Bellevue a few hours after it was reported stolen. No suspect has not been identified.

June 19

Intoxicated driver: A 33-year-old male drove into another vehicle and behaved erratically after the collision. Police suspect the driver was driving under the influence. Charges are pending until blood draw results come back.

June 21

A dog in the fight: At 2:22 p.m. in the 15300 block of Northeast 24th Street, a thrift store employee saw a 39-year-old female take shoes without paying for them. A tussle involving the suspect, the loss prevention employee and the suspect’s three-legged dog happened in front of the store. No one was injured.

June 23

Spotted: At 9:39 p.m. in the 11300 block of 183rd Place Northeast, a couple spotted a prowler rummaging through their car. The subject then jumped into a black vehicle and fled the area. The victim followed the suspect’s car but soon lost sight of them.

Cars prowled: Overnight in the 18300 block of Northeast 25th Street and vicinity, half a dozen vehicle prowls occurred in the same neighborhood overnight. The unidentified thief stole electronics, documents, cash and other items. They also used a garage door opener found in one of the cars to enter a garage and steal sporting equipment and other property.

Locker thefts: In the morning to early afternoon in the 7300 block of 170th Avenue Northeast, a thief stole credit cards out of gym lockers and used them to make purchases at stores around Redmond.

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