Juveniles suspected of lighting toilet paper at YMCA bathroom | Police Blotter

Police blotter for April 5-13.

  • Friday, April 19, 2019 1:30am
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April 5

Ding-dong ditch: At 10:12 p.m. on Southeast 11th Street, a caller reported that someone rang their doorbell but no one was there. The caller heard possible juveniles, two females. They may have had the wrong address, but the caller requested the police do a drive through the area.

April 6

Dispute: At 1:17 a.m. in the 200 block of West North Bend Way, a person was refusing to pay the cab driver for their bill. The male was trying to fight the cab driver.

April 7

Theft: At 11:54 a.m. in the 38800 block of Southeast Newton Street, property was taken by accident from the coin laundry location. The property, laundry, was returned to the owner.

April 9

Plant taken: At 11:04 a.m. in the 300 block of North Bend Way, a customer stole a potted plant from the front of the EZ Mart store. It belonged to the caller. He gave her a chance to bring it back to him and she never did. The caller had video of the theft.

April 11

Area check: At 11:01 a.m. in the 200 block of East McClellan Street, a suspect was caught drinking a Steel reserve on the back side of the train depot. He poured it out and was advised that next time he was caught, he wouldn’t get a warning.

Toilet-paper burn: At 6:26 p.m. in the 35000 block of Southeast Ridge Street (YMCA), a large group of juveniles who appeared to be middle school aged were suspected of burning toilet paper in the bathroom. When the juveniles were contacted, they all denied involvement. Several pieces of toilet paper lit on fire were found in the toilet and urinal.

April 12

Theft: At 8:48 p.m. in the 300 block of Main Avenue South, a male was allegedly concealing items at the Ace Hardware store. The caller believed he had an 11 bit Craftsman set and empty flashlights. The subject was detained and had taken property valued at $59.86. The subject was trespassed from the store for two years. And drugs were located during arrest.

April 13

Area check: At 11:25 p.m. at Bendigo Boulevard North and Sydney Avenue North, there was a campsite set up approximately 10 feet off of a Snoqualmie Valley trail. The subject had been given many warnings about being in the area after posted hours and about camping. The campsite had multiple bikes and trash spread about and buried in the ground. The subject was booked.

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