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Tuesday, May 6

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Tuesday, May 6

Fraud: The suspect got a hold of bank account information of a man who lives in the 10800 block of 15th Place Northeast and withdrew approximately $2,000 from the victim’s account using ATM withdrawals.

Shoplifting: A 13-year-old female was arrested for shoplifting at a downtown department store in the 7400 block of 166th Avenue Northeast.

Monday, May 5

Missing tailgate: A man reported that a tailgate of one the company trucks was stolen while it was parked in front of his business in the 9400 block of Willows Road.

Sunday, May 4

Booted: A man was officiating a soccer game in the 9000 block of 196th Avenue Northeast when he was kicked in the face by a player after calling a penalty against the player’s team. The suspect was found by police and arrested for assault.

Saturday, May 3

Car prowl: A man returned from the gym at Arena Sport to find his passenger window broken.

A purse, cell phone and wallet were stolen from the front passenger floor.

Friday, May 2

Sexual offense: A 13-year-old boy who lives in the 14600 block of Northeast 64th Street was caught by his mother having oral sex with his seven-year-old sister. The mother also found out that her son had sexual contact with his nine-year-old sister. The family has arranged for counseling.

Thursday, May 1

Theft: A woman who lives in the 15300 block of Northeast 108th Place reported that her wedding ring was stolen. There was no other information available, according to the police report.


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