Friday, September 24, 2004

Local Police News


BAG STOLEN: A man told investigators a bag containing unspecified items valued at $4,000 was stolen Saturday while he was attending his child's dance recital at the Meydenbauer Center convention facility.

Unspecified items?

WEDDING FIGHT: A drunken, 31-year-old Renton man was arrested at his sister's wedding just after midnight Sept. 19 in the 300 block of Fourth Avenue South. The man was reportedly extremely intoxicated and assaulted his 43-year-old brother and 66-year-old father when he attempted to drive away, causing facial injuries. He ran, but a police dog found him. Police arrested the man, who was described as uncooperative.


ANGRY EMPLOYEE: A 34-year-old Enumclaw man recently given notice that he would be laid off from his janitorial job at Fred Meyer, 16735 S.E. 272nd St., stole two packages of Rogaine hair treatment Saturday, his last scheduled work day. He told King County sheriff's deputies he was upset about being let go, so he "took a little bonus."

WALLET STOLEN: A wallet containing $1,000 cash was reported stolen recently from a business in the 300 block of Northwest Gilman Boulevard.

$1000 in the wallet? Unsupervised? At workplace?

THEFT: A gold-colored Buddha statue valued at $400 was stolen from the front yard of a residence in the 700 block of 47th Street Southeast. The theft occurred Friday night.

LOUD ARGUMENT: A 45-year-old woman called police to report a disturbance with her 18-year-son on the evening of Sept. 15. The argument included yelling and knocking chairs and pillows to the floor, but police said no injuries were seen and the son wasn't found.

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