Police Blotter

April 1

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April 1

Questionable assault: 5 p.m., 400 block of Bellevue Way Northeast. Subjects were contacted during an investigation of a possible assault. All parties were released.

April 17

Laptop theft: 8 p.m., 1300 block of 145th Place Southeast. Someone reported that a friend stole her laptop worth more than $1,000.

April 23

Cell phone robbery: 7 a.m., 400 block of 148th Avenue Southeast. A suspect fled on foot eastbound after approaching the victim on a city trail and demanding her cell phone. The victim complied.

April 24

Music instrument theft: 4 p.m., 400 block of 128th Avenue Southeast. A viola belonging to the International School was left at the bus stop and taken. Total loss is more than $1,000.

April 26

Storage room burglary: 7 p.m., 1400 block of 154th Avenue Northeast. Someone gained entry into a locked common storage room and took a lawnmower worth more than $1,000.

April 29

Missing person: 7 a.m., 1100 block of 162nd Avenue Northeast. Juvenile left home and hasn’t been seen since.

April 30

Bat assault: 4:20 p.m., 1500 block of 140th Avenue Northeast. Someone used a baseball bat in a threatening manner.

May 1

Sibling assault: 3:30 p.m., 2400 block of 140th Avenue Northeast. A juvenile assaulted his juvenile brother and damaged property in the process.

Robbery: 11 a.m., 14300 block of Northeast 20th Street. A strong-armed robbery took place at the Ross store located in Ross Plaza. There was less than $250 in loss.

May 2

Missing Person: 7:45 p.m., 14700 block of Northeast 29th Place. Complainant reported her juvenile daughter as a runaway.

May 3

Questionable Actions: 7 a.m., 2800 block of 130th Avenue Southeast. A subject locked himself in a bathroom when he heard someone talking about hitting him.


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