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Monday, May 26

Vandalism: A suspect broke the window of a parked car in the 9600 block of 169th Avenue Northeast. However, the victim said the car had not been entered and nothing was missing.

Sunday, May 25

Assault: A California woman was arrested in the 15300 block of Redmond Way after she lacerated her ex-husband’s arm with a knife.

Saturday, May 24

Theft: A suspect stole a trolling motor, stored at an apartment in the 17400 block of Northeast 45th Street.

Theft: A suspect smashed the window of a car, parked in the 16600 block of Northeast 34th Circle, and stole the stereo and phone.

Friday, May 23

It must be the shoes: A suspect stole a pair of shoes from the Overlake Department store and then ran away before police arrived.

Thursday, May 22

Theft: A male juvenile was apprehended by a grocery store’s loss prevention officer after the suspect tried walking out of the store, located in the 1500 block of Northeast 24th Street, with a case of beer. The boy was later released to his parents.

Theft: A resident of an apartment complex in the 8500 block of 148th Avenue Northeast called police to report that somebody stole their golf cart.

Wednesday, May 21

Theft: A Microsoft employee reported that his vehicle was prowled in a parking lot in the 3600 block of 157th Avenue Northeast. A computer laptop, laptop bag and a cashier’s check was stolen from the car.

Theft: A man called police to report that his Suzuki motorcycle was stolen from his apartment complex in the 17500 block of Northeast 40th Street.

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