Two men tussle on bus after one rider tells the other to quit screaming | Police Blotter for Jan. 4-10

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Tuesday, Jan. 10

Assault: Redmond police took an assault report at 5:26 p.m. at the intersection of 140th Avenue Northeast and Redmond Way. Two male bus passengers got into an altercation when one told another to stop screaming.

Monday, Jan. 9

Malicious mischief: Redmond police took a malicious-mischief report at 8:09 a.m. in the 15500 block of Northeast 106th Way. A residential mailbox station appeared to have been pried open with a screwdriver.

Sunday, Jan. 8

Assault: Redmond police took an assault report at 9:02 p.m. in the 8800 block of 161st Avenue Northeast. A man reported he was jumped by known acquaintances, involving a dispute over his girlfriend.

Saturday, Jan. 7

Burglary: Redmond police took a burglary report at 4:53 p.m. in the 8300 block of 158th Avenue Northeast. Officers responded to the storage area on the bottom level of an apartment complex when a resident reported his storage unit had been broken into. Officers found several units had been burglarized and located the suspect sleeping in one unit. He was surrounded by multiple items of stolen property (backpacks, bike, five laptops, sleeping bags, etc.), drug paraphernalia and food wrappers. He was arrested and police are processing all the stolen property.

Friday, Jan. 6

Trespassing: Redmond police took a criminal trespassing report at 12:43 p.m. in the 18000 block of Union Hill Road. Officers assisted an employer with escorting a disgruntled employee, who was about to be terminated, off the property.

Thursday, Jan. 5

Car prowl: Redmond police took a car-prowl report at 7:51 a.m. in the 17600 block of Union Hill Road. Someone prowled a Range Rover Evoque and stole a Kate Spade bag, clothes, shirt and sunglasses.

Wednesday, Jan. 4

Vandalism: Redmond police took a vandalism report at 9:36 a.m. in the 17600 block of Union Hill Road. Officers responded to an apartment complex after a garage gate was tampered with and found several cars inside the garage had been prowled.


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