Man with ‘emotional issues’ trespassed after gun talk | Police Blotter

Police blotter for Nov. 4-6.

  • Friday, November 22, 2019 9:00am
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Nov. 4

Domestic disturbance: At 3:14 p.m. in the 1400 block of 140th Place Northeast, a suspect went to a subject’s house and punched her in the head multiple times. The suspect then told the victim she needed to watch his son and left his son there. He took the woman’s car keys and left her stranded at the home. The suspect left and the woman followed, a verbal argument broke out and the cops were called. The suspect was arrested.

Nov. 5

Construction site burglary: At midnight in the 800 block of 118th Avenue Northeast, someone stole items from a construction site. This included a toolbox and a locked container.

Stolen car: At 7:32 a.m. in the 3200 block of 156th Avenue Southeast, there was a stolen vehicle identified by OnStar. The car was located in a parking lot and two subjects were arrested for possession of a stolen car and booked into jail.

Nov. 6

Car nap: At 12:52 a.m. in the 15100 block of Southeast 38th Street, officers found someone sleeping behind the wheel of his car in a parking lot. A suspected meth pipe was in open view in the car. A second pipe was found during a search. No drugs were found.

Drunk driving: At 3:43 a.m. at 140th Avenue Southeast and Lake Hills Connector, there was a woman who appeared to be passed out in her car. She was blocking traffic. Police contacted the woman, and she appeared to be drunk. She was arrested, transported for booking and later released.

Gun talk: At 9:48 p.m. in the 4200 block of 124th Avenue Southeast, a subject with “emotional issues” was hanging out on a property charging his phone. The subject started talking randomly about guns. He was asked to leave. He refused. No direct threats were made but the subject was trespassed from the property.

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