Friday, October 15, 2004

PLUMBING SUPPLIES: A work van stolen last week in the 12800 block of Southeast 41st Lane in Bellevue was recovered Sunday in Renton, but it was missing more than $50,000 worth of tools and plumbing supplies.
I am trying to imagine $50,000 worth of plumbing supplies

LIVE STORAGE: On Friday, a person described as a drug addict was reported living in a public storage facility in the 12400 block of Northup Way.

BURGLARY: Someone threw a rock through a window at Music Trader on Kent-Kangley Road, entered the building and stole several antique trumpets, according to a police report filed Monday.
What an exquisite taste. I expected the burglar to fall for the new shiny ones.

ASSAULT: Police arrested a 48-year-old Redmond woman at 12:40 a.m. Wednesday in the 8000 block of 149th Place Northeast after she attempted to stab her husband with a kitchen knife.

COUNTERFEIT $100 BILL: A man used a counterfeit $100 bill to buy beer and cigarettes recently at Thriftway, 501 S. Grady Way, according to Renton police. The bill was obviously a counterfeit, according to police. It had a hologram of Abraham Lincoln, who is on the $5 bill. (Benjamin Franklin is on the $100 bill.) It was also possible to see the $5 under the $100 on the bill, according to police. The suspect was described as a white male, 5 feet 11 inches tall and 30-35 years old.

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