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Cell phone fight: Police responded to a domestic violence incident in the 7400 block of 159th Place Northeast.

  • Friday, May 30, 2008 3:44pm
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Monday, April 7

Cell phone fight: Police responded to a domestic violence incident in the 7400 block of 159th Place Northeast.

A couple was having an argument over a cell phone and the woman assaulted her boyfriend.

The woman was arrested and booked into jail.

Eggs on your door: A suspect threw eggs at the front door of a residence in the 18100 block of Northeast 95th Street.

Sunday, April 6

Spit shine: A man who lives in the 18600 block of Redmond Way reported that someone removed the valve stem to one of his tires on his vehicle and let half the air out.

He also said that someone had spit on his car in the middle of the night.

He told police that he thinks the suspect is his neighbor, but there are no witnesses.

Saturday, April 5

Shoplifting: A customer purchased several items at a store in the 17200 block of Redmond Way, but she failed to pay for other items she had stashed in her purse.

A loss prevention officer stopped the woman outside the store and she was being escorted inside, she ran away.

Friday, April 4

Bar fight: A bar fight between two men broke out at a local watering hole in the 7800 block of Leary Way.

The man who started the fight and did most of the damage ran away, but his identity is known.

More than just a butter knife: Police officers questioned two juvenile males after a report of an attempted shoplift. Police found that one of the boys had two illegal knives and was arrested.

Thursday, April 3

Burglary: A man who lives in the 18000 block of Northeast 33rd Street reported a burglary, in which a suspect forced open his door and stole two guitars.

Wednesday, April 2

Gas alternative: A suspect poured paint thinner in a man’s vehicle, which was parked in the 4500 block of 154th Place Northeast.

Copper crooks: Eight hundred feet of copper wire was stolen from a construction site in the 1500 block of Northeast 36th Street.


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