POLICE BLOTTER

Theft: A man who lives in the 8100 block of 149th Place Northeast called police to report a car prowl. He told police that somebody smashed the driver’s side window and stole a GPS device.

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Monday, March 31

Theft: A man who lives in the 8100 block of 149th Place Northeast called police to report a car prowl. He told police that somebody smashed the driver’s side window and stole a GPS device.

Sunday, March 30

Theft: A white male entered a department store in the 2200 block of 148th Avenue Northeast and went to the jewelry counter. The suspect requested to look at a gold and diamond ring. While looking at the ring, the suspect told the employee that he had a gun. As he began to remove the gun from his front hooded sweatshirt pocket, the employee ran away. The suspect left the store with the ring.

Saturday, March 29

Disturbance: Police investigated a report of a disturbance at Northeast 85th Street and 166th Avenue Northeast. A witness reported seeing a male beating up a female in the street, before pulling her into a vehicle and taking off. Police found the vehicle and then arrested the juvenile male driver for domestic violence.

Friday, March 28

Flour power: A man who lives in the 2000 block of 177th Avenue Northeast heard a loud band outside of his front door. The man saw what appeared to be baking flour all over his front door and vehicle.


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