Distraught subject sits inside van as juveniles spray paint car, or not? | Police Blotter

Police blotter for May 16-23.

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May 16

To rev, or not to rev?: At 11:09 a.m. in the 11600 block of 100th Avenue Northeast, someone called to inform police that a resident is constantly revving his engine on his twin turbo charger. It’s been happening for more than a year. They tried talking to the man about the noise. The driver said he does not rev his engine or operate his car with an agenda to annoy his neighbors. His car has a V-6 engine with no modified exhaust system on it. Also, he works nights and leaves at about 5:30 p.m. He just starts his vehicle and leaves.

Paint job: At 5:09 p.m. in the 12100 block of Northeast 85th Street, someone reported juveniles spray painting his van “as we speak.” The reporting party was inside the van. He could not get out. He was unable to move. He just didn’t feel safe. It was three juveniles making the subject distraught. The subject soon changed his tune and said the group didn’t do anything. They were just staring at him.

DEA call: At 9:01 p.m. in the 11800 block of Northeast 128th Street, someone called the reporting party, claiming to be from the Drug Enforcement Administration. They told the female on the call that they were trying to help her. She supposedly had a warrant. It was a fake caller.

May 17

Damaged goods: At 8:56 a.m. in the 11600 block of 124th Avenue Northeast, a 7-Eleven store clerk called to report that a subject was kicking items as they were being delivered. Police contacted the subject alleged to be hurting the goods. The subject explained to officers that he was upset over a Pepsi driver parked in front of his restaurant and blocking parking spots for potential customers. The soda truck was causing him to lose money. He had one of his employees parallel park in front of the convenience store in retaliation.

Harassment: At 2:10 p.m. in the 12400 block of 110th Lane Northeast, a subject reported ongoing harassment problems with three specific male former friends, one of which involved a strangulation incident. She awoke in the morning and discovered her second floor balcony was rearranged. She does not know who is responsible.

Noisy soccer: At 10:42 p.m. in the 11300 block of 116th Place Northeast, someone complained about a disturbance. It was coming from a commercial site to the north of him. It was teenagers behind buildings. They were shouting, allegedly, and “party yelling.” The man could not see the group of what he guessed was five people through the trees. The disturbers were high schoolers playing soccer.

May 19

Neglected dog: At 7:29 p.m. in the 11400 block of Northeast 95th street, a small white dog was charging at people. The reporting party was walking and the dog charged at her and her child. It weighed 12-15 pounds and was also limping. The subject chased it home. They said the dog is neglected — that’s why it’s aggressive.

May 23

Reactivating SSN: At 7:34 p.m. in the 12400 block of Northeast 141st Place, an unknown person spoofed the King County Sheriff’s Office phone number and demanded $800 in gift cards. In exchange, they told the subject they would reactivate their Social Security Number. No money was exchanged but the gift cards were purchased.

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