Neighbor accused of stealing ‘No parking’ signs | Police Blotter

Police blotter for Oct. 17-21.

  • Thursday, November 7, 2019 8:30am
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Oct. 17

Near crash with cop: At 1:21 a.m. in the 8400 block of 126th Avenue Northeast, someone was pulled over for almost causing a head-on collision with a patrol car. The subject took the wrong lanes of travel on Northeast 85th Street.

Stolen sign: At 4:55 p.m. in the 9800 block of Forbes Creek Drive, someone was removing their neighbor’s “No parking” signs. They were posted on a fence. There was an ongoing issue over traffic complaints.

Oct. 18

Stealing from a pirate: Sometime overnight in the 7200 block of Northeast 122nd Street, someone stole a skull flag from the front porch of a residence.

Money back on my debit: At 12:30 p.m. in the 12600 block of Northeast 85th Street, a business manager discovered that an employee was returning paid-for items stored on the back shelf for a long period of time, and putting the money onto his debit card. There were five total returns made, totaling about $209.

Scam: At 12:35 p.m. in the 9800 block of 132nd Street, someone was selling “bad” cars to people. The subject was always there on the corner with a bunch of cars and boats, selling them to people. The caller thinks the person is scamming people.

HOA hostility: At 8:56 p.m. in the 12500 block of 109th Court Northeast, someone accused a homeowner’s association president of not approving home projects. The caller said they weren’t reported for various reasons including needing an inspector and licensed contractors.

Oct. 20

Aggressive party: At 4:17 p.m. in the 14000 block of 125th Lane Northeast, there was a party going on downstairs. They were allegedly being loud and when the caller went outside to see what the commotion was, someone gave them the bird. One person was urinating on the front steps.

Oct. 21

Unwanted texts: At 9:31 a.m. in the 11400 block of Northeast 95th Street, a subject’s friend was sending a lot of text messages to his spouse. They wouldn’t stop. They were referred to King County courts.

Amazon’s fault: At 2:05 p.m. in the 1000 block of 4th Street, an Amazon.com delivery truck backed into someone’s car on the street. Amazon has not called her back yet.


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