Caller upset over cat in cafeteria | Police Blotter

Police blotter for Nov. 29-Dec. 5.

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Nov. 29

Laundry day: At 7:50 p.m. in the 12000 block of Slater Avenue Northeast, someone’s son went into his room and found that his clothes were missing. The closet was cleaned out. The middle daughter thought she heard something earlier. The son found his clothes. They were in the laundry.

Nov. 30

Not arguing: At 1:28 p.m. at 6th Street South and 9th Avenue South, there was a man and woman arguing for an hour in the parking lot. They were just standing there. Only verbal. They seemed aggressive. The caller parked her car to walk her dog. When she came back an hour later, they were still arguing. The couple told police they just finished a counseling session. They were talking through things.

Thief needed furniture: At 8:51 a.m. in the 400 block of 3rd Lane South, someone’s credit card information was stolen by a skimmer at an unknown location. Charges were made online at It’s a furniture retailer.

Dec. 1

All about that bass: At 11:20 p.m. in the 8700 block of Northeast 140th Street, a house was shaking. Someone’s bass was the cause.

Dec. 2

Little green men: At 4:10 p.m. in the 9800 block of Forbes Creek Drive, a caller was upset over the “little green men” that his neighbor continues to place on the way up to his road. They were blocking easement near the caller’s property.

Dec. 4

Mailbox theft: At 12:24 a.m. in the 7800 block of Northeast 135th Place, there were two people opening mailboxes near someone’s home. The caller said he saw a female open his mailbox. She didn’t take his mail.

Dec. 5

Cat cafeteria: At 12:54 the 5500 block of 108th Avenue Northeast, there was a neighborhood cat that kept coming to the cafeteria. The cat has a collar. And a tag as well. It was near the cafeteria as the reporting person called.

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