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Police blotter for Aug. 12-18.

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Aug. 12

Felony warrant: At 5:21 p.m. at Southwest Mount Si Blvd., officers ran a license plate that returned to a male with a felony warrant out of Kittitas County. The car was pulled over and the ID of the driver matched the felony warrant ID. The subject was booked into King County Jail.

Aug. 13

Slumped over: At 7:32 a.m. at Mountain Avenue Southeast, officers arrived and attempted to wake two subjects. They were slumped over the wheel of their car and blocking the road. Aid arrived and were able to wake the subjects up. They were coming down from drug use, but no charges were filed since they were not actively using drugs.

Aug. 15

Honest citizen: At 10:20 a.m. at the police department, someone brought money in that they found. Through social media, the owner was found. They were able to accurately describe the money clip the money was in.

Naked man: At 1:05 p.m. under the Meadowbrook Bridge, officers found a naked man in his mid-50s. The incident was transferred to the King County Sheriff’s Office.

Aug. 16

Domestic dispute: At 6:20 p.m. in the 30000 block of Gravenstein Court, police responded to reports of yelling coming from a home. There they found two siblings who were arguing. One of the two subjects had thrown the phone against the wall. Police spoke with all involved.

Aug. 18

Unwanted subject: at 11:04 a.m. in the 7000 block of Douglas Avenue, there was an unwanted subject who refused to leave. When the subject learned the police were called, he left. Police located the subject’s car and took them into custody for trespassing.

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