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A noisy neighbor or not? | POLICE BLOTTER PART 2
The following information was compiled from Renton Police Department case reports.
A neighbor of a tavern on Airport Way called 911 at about 10 p.m. Aug. 2 to report the sound of multiple motorcycles revving their engines in the parking lot.
The officer learned on the way there that several men were yelling. But the officer found the motorcyclists were talking in a friendly manner and their engines were off.
The officer told security inside the tavern and club leaders to keep the noise down while in the parking lot.
TEEN GETS DRUG OFF STREET: A Renton teen brought home a plastic bag filled with a white powdery substance she found Aug. 5 in a store parking lot on Renton Center Way because didn’t want children to get ahold of it.
An officer picked up the bag at her home. The substance was placed into evidence for destruction.
CELLPHONE STOLEN: Surveillance cameras captured a man picking up a cell phone the rightful owner had left behind at checkout at Walmart on Rainier Avenue July 29.
The owner didn’t realize the Galaxy S3 was missing until he arrived home.
The suspect walked out with his family without trying to turn the phone into lost and found or to store management.
LIQUOR DROPPED: A woman walked through the liquor aisles at Safeway on Northeast Sunset Boulevard July 31, placing several bottles into a shopping basket.
She walked to the back of the store and put the bottles into several shopping bags, all the while being watched by a store security officer.
She then left the store without paying for the liquor.
When she was confronted by the security officer, she dropped the bags and fled.