Thursday, July 10

Thursday, July 10

Car prowls: In three separate incidents in the 8300 block of 166th Avenue Northeast, unknown suspects smashed car windows and entered the vehicles. A GPS mount was taken from one of the cars. Nothing was taken from the others.

Shoplifting: A suspect shoplifted items from a department store in the 1200 block of Redmond Way. She left the scene and was contacted in the area, but fled from officers. Once located, she was found to be in possession of drug paraphernalia and it was learned that she also had outstanding felony warrants.

DUI: Redmond Police stopped and arrested an erratic driver who was northbound on West Lake Sammamish Parkway near Bel-Red Road and found to be under the influence. The subject was booked and released.

Threats: A resident in the 14400 block of Northeast 61st Street reported phone threats. The victim did not know the suspect and the suspect may have called the wrong number.

Trespasser: An employee from a business in the 15200 block of Northeast 24th Street called police to report a man trespassing in the store. The subject was located and booked into King County Jail.

Sticky fingers: A Bellevue teenager was arrested for shoplifting in a department store in the 2200 block of 148th Avenue Northeast.

No means no: Redmond Police responded to a report of malicious mischief in the Education Hill district. A solicitor had been stealing “No soliciting” signs and when contacted, provided officers with several fake names. The suspect was arrested and booked into the Issaquah Jail.

No entertainment: Police responded to a shoplift complaint in the 17200 block of Redmond Way. The suspect was detained after trying to steal DVDs, then was arrested and booked.

Wednesday, July 9

Long lost gun: Redmond Police investigated the reported recovery of a rifle, which was stolen from an Education Hill resident in 1985. The rifle was located in Flagstaff, Ariz.

Shifty workers: A camera was taken from a desk in the basement of a home in the 10200 block of 167th Place Northeast. The victim suspects workers who were in the home at the time of the disappearance.

Bad checks: A Redmond man reported that his boss sent his business checks to the wrong address in January, 2008. In February, 2008, someone fraudulently cashed one of those checks for $100.

Watch your wallet: A wallet was said to to be taken from a woman’s purse while she stood in line at a bank in Redmond’s Central District. Further investigation is pending.

Car prowl: In the 16400 block of Northeast 74th Street, the passenger window of a car was smashed and a laptop computer and cell phone were taken.