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Police blotter for March 21.

  • Tuesday, April 9, 2019 1:30pm
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March 21

Car prowl: At 6:29 a.m. in the 200 block of 5th Avenue South, a subject who works as a live-in caretaker parks her car in the area every night. She works and lives down the street. She found the vehicle in the morning as she was heading to work and the driver door lock was removed. Aboute $600 worth of items were stolen from the car.

Mail theft: At 10:34 a.m. in the 8600 block of Northeast 140th Street, two subjects were seen stealing mail. The driver was described as a male, wearing black sunglasses and a white jacket. Another male suspect had a black hooded sweatshirt on. The caller did not get a glimpse of the license plate.

Rent money harassment: At 11:43 a.m. in the 11800 block of Northeast 73rd Street, a woman reported that her landlord left threatening voicemails, after her rent check bounced. The caller was concerned for her 16-year-old daughter.

Fake money: At 3:01 p.m. in the 12000 block of 120th Avenue Northeast, a caller was selling Girl Scout cookies with her daughter when they received a counterfeit $50. The person reporting the crime turned the fraudulent bill over to the bank and they filed a report to send off to the Secret Service.

Burglary: At 5:05 p.m. in the 9000 block of 124th Avenue Northeast, a victim reported that someone burglarized their home. The suspect entered through an open bedroom window and used a tool to force a different bedroom door lock open. About $2,000 in cash and a Bank of China debit card were stolen from a bedroom. Only one bedroom was burglarized.


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