The police department responded to 594 incidents in the week of June 12, through June 18, 2011. The following is a brief summary of some of the more notable contacts:
Vehicle/Pedestrian Collision, 06/13/2011, 200 block of South Davies
A student walked out into the roadway before the bus had put the stop paddle out and got hit by a passing vehicle. The student was not seriously injured but did require medical attention. The case is currently under investigation.
Assault 4° Domestic Violence (DV)/Interfering with Reporting DV, 06/13/2011, 9200 block of 15th Street NE
A 28 year-old male was arguing with his female roommate and jumped on the bed to hold her down. Once he released her he grabbed the telephone preventing her from calling 911. He was gone when police arrived. Charges were forwarded to the Prosecutors Officer.
Stolen Motor Vehicle, 06/15/2011, 2400 block of Hartford Drive
A suspicious vehicle was noticed by an officer as he performed routine patrol. After contacting the registered owner, it was determined the vehicle had been stolen, but not yet reported. The registered owner arrived a short time later and took possession of her vehicle.
Hit and Run Collision, 06/16/2011, 20th Street amd 83rd Ave. SE
A 28-year-old male was cited for Reckless Driving, driving while License Suspended and Hit and Run Collision. Officers were dispatched to a collision where the 49-year-old male victim reported that a male driver had hit his vehicle that drove off in a reckless manner. A description of the vehicle was given and the officer was able to ID the vehicle and the registered owner. Contact was made and the registered owner stated he was not driving but knows who may have been, however he would not reveal the information. Upon further investigation the officers were able to discover who was driving and that he had a Suspended license. The male was cited and the scene was cleared without incident.
Robbery, 06/18/2011, 95th Drive NE
Officers responded to a robbery complaint where a male about 20-25 years of age walked into the store wearing a bandana and a mask demanding money from the safe. There were two employees present at the time of the incident. One employee was able to exit the building and call 911. An officer arrived on scene but the male suspect was gone on arrival. Containment was set up and K9 was called to assist. The track was unsuccessful however the case is still under investigation.