Suspect steals seafood from Safeway | Police blotter

Police blotter for Dec. 1-5, 2018.

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Wednesday, Dec. 5

DUI: A reporting party witnessed a sedan hit a curb while driving on Northeast 85th Street and damaging the front passenger side tire. The driver and sole occupant showed signs of significant impairment and was subsequently arrested for DUI after providing blood alcohol samples above the legal limit.

Tuesday, Dec. 4

Theft: A suspect was charged with stealing $57.05 worth of seafood from Safeway. The suspect admitted to the theft on recording.

Monday, Dec. 3

VUCSA: A suspect was arrested for possession of meth on the 11600 block of 124th Avenue Northeast.

Sunday, Dec. 2

Assault: A suspect was cited through investigation for 4th degree Assault after he became combative with hospital staff, spitting in their faces on the 12000 block of Northeast 128th Street.

Warrant: A suspect was arrested on an outstanding warrant on the 11400 block of Northeast 124th Street. She was found to be in possession of methamphetamine and released due to medical issues at Harborview.

Saturday, Dec. 1

Trespass: A suspect was criminally trespassed from the Rose Hill Safeway.

Theft: A suspect stole over $100 worth of merchandise and goods from the Juanita Safeway.

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