Man dancing in the street and spraying others with AXE body spray | Police Blotter

Police blotter for July 22-27.

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July 22

Stolen packages: At an unknown time in the 7000 block of Old Redmond Road, three packages were stolen from an apartment porch sometime in the last few days. The thief remains unknown.

Out of your lane: At 10:18 p.m. at 164th Avenue Northeast and Northeast 90th Street, a witness called police after they saw a driver drifting out of his lane while driving. He was also traveling way below the speed limit. The driver, 59, showed signs of “extreme intoxication.” A breath test confirmed the driver was not sober.

July 23

Tip jar grab: At 4:40 p.m. in the 8100 block of 161st Avenue Northeast, a thief grabbed a tip jar off the counter of a local coffee shop and fled the area on foot. Police searched the area but the suspect could not be found. The suspect stole about $25-35 of cash.

July 24

Dancing in the street: At 5:28 p.m. at 161st Avenue Northeast and Northeast 85th Street, a 21-year-old man was dancing in the middle of the street. He was causing a traffic issue. When officers found him, they requested he move his dance party elsewhere. The man allegedly became surly and argumentative. Officers suspect him of also being the man who people reported was spraying people in parking lots with a rank-smelling aerosol. AXE body spray was found in the suspect’s pocket.

July 26

Heard this story before: At 12:12 a.m. at 169th Avenue Northeast and Northeast 79th Street, an officer pulled over a driver with expired tabs. He recognized the driver from pulling her over two months ago. The female, 54, was driving without insurance too. She told police she was selling the car in three days. She didn’t have the required documentation. But the officers remember she told him the same story last time.

Garage door kicked in: At noon in the 15900 block of Northeast 83rd Street, someone kicked in an exterior garage doors sometime overnight. It was not immediately known if property was stolen or who was responsible.

July 27

Disappearing money: At 3:10 p.m. in the 7000 block of 141st Place Northeast, police were investigating a fraud where more than $10,000 was transferred in incremental amounts from the victim’s checking account over the last two weeks.

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