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Auburn Police Blotter: April 14, 2022


Auburn police blotter for April 14, 2022. As a reminder, the incidents in these blotters are not all of the incidents or community contacts that Auburn police officers responded to on the listed day.

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Thursday, April 14, 2022

Thu Apr 14, 10:31 a.m. 2022 PDT An motor home was impounded from the 900 block of Auburn Way S.

Thu Apr 14, 2:15 p.m. 2022 PDT A stolen firearm was located in the 3000 block of Auburn Way N.
(Heyyy, they got one back! Now to locate the bajillion other stolen guns that are out there doin’)

Thu Apr 14, 3:26 p.m. 2022 PDT A wallet was stolen and then returned in the 400 block of 16th St NE.


Thu Apr 14, 4:45 p.m. 2022 PDT A fraudulent $100 bill was used in the 31200 block of 124th Ave SE.
(How in the flying fruitcakes is all this counterfeit cash getting used? I only ever use cash to…nevermind.)

Thu Apr 14, 6:25 p.m. 2022 PDT A vehicle was stolen from the 1100 block of Outlet Collection Way SW.

Thu Apr 14, 7:44 p.m. 2022 PDT A vehicle was stolen from the 1100 block of Outlet Collection Way SW and later recovered.

Friday, April 15, 2022


Fri Apr 15, 2:55 a.m. 2022 PDT A business was vandalized in the 1300 block of W Main St.

A graphic of a moving truck similar to a uhaul that reads 'it has been'


1 day since a U-haul theft was in the blotter*
Longest streak: 25 days

Previous streak: 25 days (new streak began 4/14)

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If there is an incident that you would like more information on, whether it is listed here or not, please email us (email now). We will do our best to get more information and provide updates but we make no guarantee.

Always remember: If you see something, say something; 911 first, Social Media second. Here are some tips you choose to document police activity.

If you need to file a police report, and the matter is not an emergency, and you do not have suspect information (e.g., your car was broken into), you can easily file an online report here. If your home or business has a security camera, consider registering it with the voluntary Auburn Police Camera Registry.

Disclaimer: Arrest and incident reports are released by the Auburn Police Department. The individuals referenced in this blotter are considered innocent until proven guilty. Charges can be amended or dismissed. The Auburn Examiner has not independently verified each incident included in this blotter. We encourage our readers to personally verify any information they find may be overly biased or questionable. The publication of this blotter does not indicate an endorsement of its contents.

All commentary written in parentheses is opinion and for entertainment purposes only. *Not sponsored.


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