Collision – Hit and Run, 04/11/2010, 83rd Avenue SE/8th Street SE A 14-year-old male had criminal charges referred to the prosecutor’s office for hit and run. Officers were dispatched to a collision in which several witnesses observed three juveniles running from the vehicle. Upon arrival, officers observed damaged to a fence and the suspect’s vehicle was in the front yard of the residence. A computer check of the license plate identified the owner. Officers contacted the owner who was unaware her vehicle was missing. Officers contacted her son who confessed to taking the car and crashing it. The scene was photographed and the vehicle was impounded. The male and his mother were advised the report would be forwarded to the prosecutor for charging.
Residential Burglary, 04/14/10, 100 block 97th Avenue SE A report was filed when a 61-year-old homeowner interrupted two juvenile males burglarizing his home. Officers were dispatched to priority burglary complaint when the homeowner arrived home and found the front door open. Neighbors stated they witnessed two juveniles flee the residence carrying a television and a rifle. K-9 assistance was requested and a K-9 track was conducted with no success. The scene was photographed and fingerprints were lifted off of items the suspects may have touched. The stolen property was entered into a computer database as stolen and a report was filed for additional investigation.
Collision, 4/15/2010, 9400 block Vernon Road Officers responded to a collision involving three vehicles. The first vehicle was driven by a 39-year-old female who was stopped for traffic. Vehicle 2 was occupied by a 57-year-old female who was stopped behind her. A 39-year-old male did not see that the vehicles were stopped and rear-ended Vehicle 2 pushing her car into the car in front of her. Investigation at the scene found that the 57 year-old female and the 39 year-old male were driving without insurance. They were both cited for No Proof of Insurance and the male driver was given an additional infraction of Following Too Close.
Obstructing/Resisting Arrest, 4/15/2010, 400 block 85th Drive SE. An officer received a call of a possible underage party with loud music. Upon arrival the officer heard voices coming from the house and could see a male standing in the window with a large multi-colored can in his hand. The can was later identified as an alcoholic beverage. As the officer approached the house he could hear multiple people in the house yelling and what sounded like people running out the back door. The male opened the door, stepped out onto the deck, closing the door behind him. The officer asked him for identification since he appeared to be underage. The male refused. He was asked several more times to produce ID. The male refused to cooperate and repeatedly tried to pull his hands away as the officer tried to place him in handcuffs. He was booked into jail for Obstructing and Resisting Arrest.