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Auburn Police Blotter: September 19, 2020

Here is the Auburn police blotter for Saturday, September 19, 2020. As a reminder, these are not every incident that Auburn police officers responded to this day.

If there is an incident that you would like more information on, whether it is listed here or not, please email us (click). We will do our best to get more information and provide updates (sometimes we even post documents!)

APD Incidents for Saturday, September 19, 2020

Sat Sep 19, 09:21 AM PDT 2020 A male was arrested for a DV order violation in the 12700 block of SE 312th ST.
Sat Sep 19, 09:23 AM PDT 2020 A man’s truck was broken into.
Sat Sep 19, 10:38 AM PDT 2020 A male allegedly brandished a firearm after agreeing to fight someone.
Other Offenses: Weapons Offense
Sat Sep 19, 11:14 AM PDT 2020 A building prowl was investigated
Sat Sep 19, 12:33 PM PDT 2020 A counterfeit bill was used in the 1400 block of Outlet Collection Way SW.
Sat Sep 19, 04:11 PM PDT 2020 A vehicle was stolen near the 6800 block of Udall PL SE, Auburn.
Sat Sep 19, 05:00 PM PDT 2020 A male shoplifted items from a store around the 1400 block of Outlet Collection Way SW
Sat Sep 19, 02:45 PM PDT 2020 A suspicious device was detonated by the Port of Seattle Bomb Squad near the 3400 block of
Stuck River Dr SE, Auburn.
Sat Sep 19, 09:02 PM PDT 2020 A domestic incident occurred at 246 14th St SE.
Sun Sep 20, 00:41 AM PDT 2020 A male and female assaulted each other.
Other Offenses: Vandalism / MISDEMEANOR
Sun Sep 20, 00:27 AM PDT 2020 A felony DV order violation occurred in the 31900 block of 104th Ave SE
Other Offenses: Traffic Offense
Sun Sept 20, 02:10 AM PDT 2020 09-20-2020 A male assaulted a female at an unknown location in Auburn
Sun Sep 20, 03:05 AM PDT 2020 An auto theft occurred in the 2400 block of Auburn Way South.
Sun Sep 20, 03:05 AM PDT 2020 An attempted auto theft was reported in the 1100 block of 8th St NE
Other Offenses: Theft, Property, From Mtr Veh

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The above information was provided by the Auburn Police Department. The individuals referenced in this blotter are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.  The Auburn Examiner has not independently verified its contents and encourages 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. 

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