Man forks over stolen shoes after victim gives chase | Police blotter

Police blotter for Oct. 24-30.

  • Tuesday, November 19, 2019 8:30am
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Oct. 24

Behind the screen door: At 9:05 a.m. in the 11200 block of Slater Avenue Northeast, a female suspect stole a package from someone’s porch. The woman stole it from behind the screen door. She also had a skeleton mask and gloves on.

Where’s the Road Runner?: At 9:33 a.m., someone saw a single coyote walking down 119th Place Northeast, in the middle of the road. It was broad daylight.

Sympathy card: At 9:37 a.m. in the 11700 block of Northeast 118th Street, a woman’s pet passed away during surgery. It was due to a coyote attack. A sympathy card was mailed to the woman.

Keep them on: At 2:26 p.m. in the 8100 block of Northeast 138th Street, a man pulled his pants down. He had warts on his right calf.

Oct. 25

Just a scratch: At 12:49 p.m. in the 11600 block of 98th Avenue Northeast, two drivers caused a disturbance at the Shibu Ramen noodle house. One of the drivers accused the other of damaging her car, by hitting the car with her door. Then she tried to leave.

Past construction hours: At 6:58 p.m. in the 9400 block of 126th Avenue Northeast, there was construction noise. The caller thought there was a time they had to stop. Construction workers are usually done by 4 p.m. They didn’t understand why they were still working at 7 p.m.

Airbnb bash: At 11:08 p.m. in the 14400 block of 107th Place Northeast, there was an “unauthorized” party. The house was being rented out as an Airbnb. The caller thought there was 25 people inside the house. And, they “HBD (had been drinking)” — they suspected. Someone was vomiting outside. People were running around the cul-de-sac.

Oct. 30

Compliant crook: At 3:43 p.m. in the 300 block of Kirkland Avenue, a subject agreed to sell his shoes on OfferUp. When he met with the prospective buyer, they ran away with the shoes without paying. The owner was able to get his shoes back. The thief agreed to hand them over, after being chased briefly.


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