Man get car stuck on sidewalk at Community Park | Police Blotter

Police blotter for Sept. 3-7.

  • Friday, September 13, 2019 1:30am
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Sept. 3

Feuding neighbors: At 8:08 p.m. in the 7000 block of Pickering Court, neighbors were yelling profanities at each other. Officers arrived and found a female who was possibly intoxicated, yelling at her neighbor. They were able to de-escalate the situation and the neighbors parted ways.

Sidewalk parking: At 9 p.m. at the Community Park, a male, possibly intoxicated, crashed his vehicle. The car was stuck on the sidewalk.

Sept. 5

Fake money: At 9:49 a.m. at the North Bend Outlet Mall, a female allegedly used two fake $10 bills that looked like “monopoly money.” Officers arrived but the female suspect left the area. They have the license plate number for the car associated with the subject.

Sept. 6

Park closed: At 12:49 p.m. at nearby parks, an officer observed a truck in the park after closing. The officer ran the car’s plates and the truck came back as stolen. The officers detained the three subjects in the car. All three had active warrants. Two were booked into jail and the other transferred to Bellevue Police for their warrant.

Sept. 7

Teen trouble: at 3:06 a.m. in the 7000 block of Dogwood Lane Southeast, there was a group of teens on skateboards who were not wearing helmets. They were knocking on doors and lighting off fireworks. Officers contacted the teens and took their skateboards in lieu of citations. The teens need to take steps to get their skateboards back now.

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