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Over the weekend…

11/26/22, 2:20pm
Commercial Burglary, Stolen Vehicle
21400 blk Meridian E, Graham

A deputy was dispatched to a commercial burglary at a vehicle storage lot. When he arrived, an employee told him that a suspect slid under the gate to gain access to the lot. The suspect located keys for a truck and started it up. He then crashed through the gate to get out of the lot. The vehicle was entered into our system as stolen.

11/26/22, 3:14pm
22200 blk 38th Ave E, Spanaway

A deputy was dispatched to an assault that occurred following a high school state playoff football game. The victim is a coach and said he was walking to his car after his team won the game. He said a fan from the opposing team approached him from behind and punched him in the head, knocking him to the ground. He was then kicked a few times by other suspects. A witness took a photo of the primary suspect, who appeared to be a teenager and was wearing the losing team’s apparel. The investigation is ongoing.

11/26 – 11/27/2022, Overnight
Commercial Burglary, Attempted Vehicle Theft
1500 blk 112th St S, Summit

A deputy was dispatched to a commercial burglary at a church. When he arrived, a church employee told him that sometime overnight, a suspect entered the church’s fenced lot. The suspect attempted to steal a van, causing significant ignition damage. The suspect also siphoned gas from the van, stole its catalytic converter and cut two padlocks off storage containers.

11/27/22, 2:09am
Stolen Vehicle Recovery, Arrest
100 blk Military Rd S, Parkland

A patrol sergeant contacted the driver of a suspicious vehicle in a parking lot. The vehicle didn’t have license plates and the temporary tag was expired. When the sergeant looked inside the vehicle, he saw ignition damage and noticed the car was being started with nail clippers. He ran the VIN and learned the car had been stolen in King County. The 40-year-old driver was arrested and booked into jail for possession of a stolen vehicle as well as a warrant for the same crime. Since June 2022, he has been a suspect in eight motor vehicle thefts or stolen property cases. While searching the car, the sergeant found a credit card belonging to a woman. He called the victim’s phone number, but a man answered and said the card was already canceled. The sergeant asked if the victim wanted to pursue charges for the stolen card and the man on the phone not-so-kindly told him where he could go and to lose his number.