Lightsand Sirens The police department responded to 551 incidents in the week of August 10, 2008 to August 16, 2008. The following is a brief summary of some of the more notable events: Residential Burglary/Theft 1°, 08/11/2008, 2800 blk 101st Ave NE.
A twenty-year-old male was arrested for residential burglary and theft 1. Officers were dispatched to a burglary complaint. Upon arrival, they talked with a witness who reported that she saw a male suspect in the backyard of her sister’s residence and followed him in her truck when he ran off. She saw him drop a bag as he ran. She made contact with him but he fled again when he saw the 38-year-old female victim returning home. The officers set up containment and searched for the suspect. He was located, arrested and booked into jail.
Residential Burglary¸ 8/12/2008, 10000 blk SR 92.
Officers responded to a home burglary alarm. The alarm company advised that the entry point was the master bedroom window. Upon arrival the officers noticed that the bedroom window had been broken out and window screens removed from two windows. The 38-year-old female victim arrived home and walked through the house with officers. She did not believe anything was missing. A thorough search of the area was conducted but a suspect was not located. This case has been forwarded to investigations for further follow up.
Felony Violation of No Contact Order, 8/12/2008, 500 blk 91 Avenue NE.
A 22-year-old male was referred to the felony prosecutor for charging. Officers responded to an assault priority call. The twenty-one-year-old female victim reported that she and a male friend had been walking toward the store when she saw the suspect coming towards her. She called 911 since she currently has a protection order against him. He chased her around the parking lot trying to grab the phone and physically assaulted her. He left before officers arrived. This case has been referred to the prosecutor for charging.
Luring, 8/14/2008, 35th Place NE/Catherine Drive.
Officers were dispatched to a kidnapping call. The reporting party, a 38-year-old female, advised officers that she saw a vehicle stopped by her son and then drive off when the boy started to walk toward her vehicle. The juvenile male reported that the man had stopped, put down his window, and asked him to get in his car. The suspect vehicle was described as a silver sedan driven by a white male in his late 30’s or early 40’s. A thorough area check was conducted and other local agencies were advised of the incident.