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Note: Thank you for your patience while my health required a break in the blotter. There will be no catch-up blotter this time, again, thank you for your understanding. -EM
APD: No Updates
Incident Date: May 4, 2022
Individual: Cicero Sanchez.
Involved Agency: KCSO Tactical Team
Lead VIIT Agency: Auburn Police
New 08-10-22 :
Public Assistance Requests
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From Algona PD: No New
From King County Sheriff’s Office: No New
From Pierce County Sheriff’s Dept: No New
From WSP: No New
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Auburn Police Blotter for August 15, 2022
(Note: the below are only some of the calls APD responded to on the listed day. The incidents in whatever color this is supposed to be below first appeared in our last blotter)
Monday, August 15, 2022
Mon Aug 15 06:48 a.m. A local daycare reported vandalism to their transport vehicle.
Mon Aug 15 06:11 a.m. A van was stolen from the 3900 Block of Auburn Way N.
Mon Aug 15 07:19 a.m. A vehicle was recovered in the 800 block of Oravetz RD SE.
Mon Aug 15 07:02 a.m. A male was arrested for a warrant in the 100 block of Auburn Way S.
Mon Aug 15 10:31 a.m. A woman was involuntarily committed to the hospital after being found using drugs then swallowing a lethal amount of narcotics.
Mon Aug 15 11:01 a.m. A license plate was stolen in the 13200 block of SE 311th ST.
Mon Aug 15 11:45 a.m. A vehicle was impounded from the 100 block of S Division St.
Mon Aug 15, 11:11 a.m. A domestic violence, with vandalism, report was made.
Mon Aug 15, 12:21 p.m. Two subjects were arrested for drug loitering and trespassing by Safeway (101 block of Auburn Way S.)
Mon Aug 15, 12:40 p.m. A stolen vehicle was recovered at 3214 A St SE, Auburn, WA.
Mon Aug 15 11:34 a.m. A vehicle that had been stolen in Seattle and recovered in White Center was removed as stolen.
(Don’t ask me, I just work here. But hey – someone got their car back! I think?)
Mon Aug 15, 12:49 p.m. A license plate was reported stolen in Auburn, WA.
Mon Aug 15, 01:26 p.m. A threat was reported near 300 37th PL SE, Auburn, WA.
Mon Aug 15, 2022, 01:08 p.m. A vehicle was struck by a bullet in the 13300 block of SE 307th ST.
Mon Aug 15, 02:10 p.m. A stolen vehicle was recovered in the City of Auburn.
Mon Aug 15, 03:24 p.m. A threat was investigated near 2800 Alpine St SE, Auburn, WA.
Mon Aug 15, 03:28 p.m. A vehicle exploded in the 800 block of 2nd ST SE. An occupant of the vehicle sustained serious burns and was transported to Harborview Medical Center.
(Holy Jack McKay! Well, guess I chose the right day to start doing the blotter again…but damn. Thoughts and well wishes for a quick recovery to the occupant.)
Mon Aug 15, 02:26 p.m. A warrant subject was arrested in Auburn, WA.
Mon Aug 15, 06:15 p.m. An adult male was arrested for trespassing in the 1500 block of 21ST SE.
Mon Aug 15, 07:16 p.m. An assault, theft, and shoplifting occurred at Walmart (762 Outlet Collection Dr. SW)
Mon Aug 15, 09:53 p.m. A male was arrested for DV assault in Auburn, King, WA.
Mon Aug 15, 11:19 p.m. A male was arrested for a no-contact order violation in the 12900 block of SE 312TH ST in Auburn.
Mon Aug 15, 11:19 p.m. A male was arrested for a warrant in the 300 block of N St NE.
Tuesday, August 16, 2022
Tue Aug 16, 3:33 a.m. 2022 A vandalism was reported in Auburn.
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27 days since a U-Haul theft was in the blotter*
Longest streak: 27 days
Previous streak: 15 days (restarted at day 27 on 8/15)
Streak Grim Reapers: B.W. x2, N.F., B.C.
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