Friday, October 01, 2004

FIGHT: A fight broke out at about 12:20 p.m. Sept. 21 at the Party For Less store on Northwest Gilman Boulevard. Initial reports put three or four people inside the store, knocking things over. Police arrived and arrested a 21-year-old California man for assault.
This is what happens when you party too much... for less...

NAKED JOGGER: There was a report of a naked jogger Friday near the intersection of Southeast 83rd Lane and 154th Avenue Southeast, according to the Sheriff's Office.

RECKLESS: A young man picked the wrong time and place to show off his driving skills. His car swerved around a corner at Alder Lane and Maple Lane, screeching the tires and fishtailing through a 180-degree turn about 6 p.m. Sunday, coming to a stop in front of a Kent police officer in a marked patrol car. The man claimed he swerved to avoid somebody in the street. The officer cited him for reckless driving

IDENTITY THEFT: A woman who lives in the 19600 block of Southeast 259th Street reported Monday to sheriff's deputies that her sister used her identity when she was arrested by Seattle police for prostitution.
Now she has to prove she is not a prostitute...

SHORT JOYRIDE: A woman living in the 9100 block of 183rd Court Northeast reported that her vehicle had been parked in her driveway Sept. 23. At about 10:40 p.m., an unknown suspect got in and drove it into her garage door. Police are treating it as a vandalism case.

ARRESTED: A routine traffic stop Wednesday led to the arrest of the passenger in the car for possession of a crack pipe and outstanding warrants. The woman passenger wasn't wearing a seat belt and when the officer asked for her identification, she ran from the car. She didn't get far.

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