Phony pepperoni: Hungry fraudster uses man’s credit card to order $150 worth of pizza on Valentine’s Day | Police Blotter for Feb. 8-14

  • Thursday, February 16, 2017 11:54am
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Tuesday, Feb. 14

Fraud: Redmond police took a fraud report at 2 p.m. in the 16900 block of Northeast 80th Street. A man reported his credit card had been fraudulently used to order $150 worth of Domino’s Pizza.

Monday, Feb. 13

Theft: Redmond police took a purse-snatch report at 9:15 p.m. in the 17600 block of Northeast 76th Street. A woman reported that someone stole her cell phone and credit cards from her shopping cart while inside a store.

Sunday, Feb. 12

Burglary: Redmond police took a residential-burglary report at 10:20 a.m. in the 17000 block of Northeast 112th Way. A burglar entered a garage, rifled through two vehicles and stole a Trek hybrid bike.

Saturday, Feb. 11

Trespassing: Redmond police took a trespassing report at 2:05 p.m. in the 19000 block of 148th Avenue Northeast. Officers arrested a man for trespassing. He was behaving oddly at a restaurant and refusing to leave when management asked him repeatedly to do so.

Friday, Feb. 10

Fraud: Redmond police took a fraud report at 3:02 p.m. in the 18000 block of Redmond Way.

Officers confiscated a forged $10 bill from the coffee stand in the Shell station parking lot.

Thursday, Feb. 9

Theft: Redmond police took a report of a theft of vehicle parts at 8:43 p.m. in the 12300 block of 134th Court Northeast. A man reported that someone stole the back license plate from his vehicle.

Wednesday, Feb. 8

Assault: Redmond police took an assault report at 7:31 p.m. in the 16100 block of Northeast 83rd Street. A taxi cab driver reported that a female passenger struck him in the face. An officer arrived and made contact with two intoxicated females, citing one with assault.


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