Subjects get into parking lot dispute over littering | Police Blotter

Police blotter for Sept. 12-16.

  • Tuesday, October 1, 2019 8:30am
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Sept. 12

Bathroom blocking: At 10:09 a.m. at Marina Park, a subject was causing a disturbance downtown. They wouldn’t let anyone use the men’s bathroom at the park. The subject was intoxicated but declined any services other than a ride up to the hospital. Once he arrived, he left on foot.

Unwanted soliciting: At 2:34 p.m. in the 13400 block of 64th Terrace Northeast, there was a subject soliciting door-to-door. The caller had a “No soliciting” sign up. Police contacted city code enforcement who said solicitors are “not supposed” to solicit if there is a sign, but that there is nothing criminally enforceable.

Scary phone call: At 10:02 p.m. in the 13200 block of 85th Avenue Northeast, a person called to report that an unknown person called her Microsoft work number and left a voicemail stating “I am going to kill you tonight.”

Sept. 13

Attempted laptop theft: At 3:21 p.m. in the 8600 block of 120th Avenue Northeast, there were two subjects touching a laptop that was later discovered to have the security cable cut. The computer was not stolen.

Sept. 14

Escalating fight: At 3:32 a.m. in the 8200 block of 126th Avenue Northeast, a caller could hear what sounded like people arguing. He asked them to be quiet. They started cursing at the subject. The man could not make out what they were saying. They yelled something about a floor.

Sept. 16

Beeping truck: At 6:20 a.m. in the 1800 block of 6th Street, there were trucks backing up and down the road “making a beeping noise.” It had been ongoing since 5:45 a.m.

Littering dispute: At 12:57 p.m. in the 6600 block 132nd Avenue Northeast, there was a dispute over littering in a parking lot. The alleged litter bug was snapping photos of the caller. Both parties calmed down and left the area.

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