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Police blotter for Nov. 14-21.

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Nov. 14

Dead rabbit dealings: At 8:43 a.m. in the 13000 block of 102nd Lane Northeast, someone called police because they had a dead rabbit on their property. They wanted advice on how to dispose of the animal.

Nephew’s bail: At 12:25 p.m. in the 6200 block of 101st Court Northeast, a couple people received a call from a man who claimed to be a public defender somewhere in Philadelphia. They said they represented their nephew. The alleged lawyer requested $2,500 so that the relative could post bail.

PSE fraud: At 3:40 p.m. in the 1500 block of 2nd Street, someone was scammed by a fake Puget Sound Energy employee. They said they would shut off the victim’s power unless they gave the fake agent $907 in prepaid Visa cards.

Victim kicked out: At 7:32 p.m. in the 11400 block of Northeast 124th Street, a man’s cell phone was stolen from Evergreen Market while he was there as a customer. He was trespassed for his behavior.

Nov. 15

Illegal dumping: At 10:54 a.m. in the 9800 block of Northeast 132nd Street, an employee caught an office van illegally dumping. The caller had photos with the license plate number. The van had the business name on the back. The manager of the business said they would make sure their employees pick up the items left at the Rite Aid dumpster.

Nov. 16

Friendsgiving disruption: At 8 p.m. in the 12400 block of Northeast 145th Place, a caller reported stomping, going on for the past few hours and loud music. The noise was coming from a “Friendsgiving” gathering.

Inspired by boredom and beer: At 9:49 p.m. in the 13200 block of 100th Avenue Northeast, someone was spotted tagging a Shell gas station’s signage with a Sharpie paint marker. Shell did not want to be a victim. The artist said his boredom is what inspired his piece — oh, and beer.

Nov. 17

Bad timing: At 1:44 a.m. in the 8500 block of 122nd Avenue Northeast, several witnesses reported that a man made inappropriate comments to a woman at the bar. He asked her to disrobe. Her brothers overheard the comments and followed the man into the parking lot. Witnesses saw the man being jumped on by numerous people.

Not cool, bro: At 3:19 a.m. in the 14100 block of 73rd Avenue Northeast, a caller was assaulted by his two friends. This happened after they went clubbing in Seattle. It started in Seattle over the caller’s unwanted interactions with his friend’s female friends. The caller was antagonizing the two male friends and they both punched and headbutted him in the face in Kirkland. Police were unsure of who threw the first punch. Both men had face injuries.

Plates stolen: At 5:18 p.m. in the 13100 block of 106th Lane Northeast, a rear license plate was stolen off the back of a car. The reporting party believes the plate was taken from her residence.

Nov. 21

Cord theft: At 8:48 a.m. in the 400 block of Parkplace Center, a superintendent for a construction company reported that 12 bundles of SOOW cords were stolen from a storage container. They estimate the total loss at $5,000.

Selling frenzy: At 10:28 a.m. in the 700 block of 8th Street, someone called to report that their husband took their storage unit access. She thinks he is selling her stuff.

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