Tools were reportedly stolen from truck bed in Fairwood | Police Blotter

The following police blotter entries were provided by the King County Sheriff’s Office.

  • Thursday, January 19, 2017 2:55pm
  • News

LARCENY

On Jan. 4 it was reported a tablet was stolen from a vehicle parked at the Carriages at Fairwood overnight.

On Jan. 6 officers responded to Taco Time in Fairwood to reports that unknown subjects had broken a vehicle window to gain access. It was not clear if any items were taken from the vehicle.

On Jan. 8 it was reported that tools were stolen from the bed of a pickup truck while it was parked at the Fairwood Center.

CRIMINAL WARRANT

On Jan. 4 officers arrested and booked a subject into SCORE for a warrant out of Renton. The police report stated during the search of the person, a controlled substance was also found in their possession.

On Jan. 8 officers were flagged down by a subject who wanted to turn himself in for a misdemeanor warrant out of Maple Valley. He was transported and booked into the Kent city jail.

THREATS

On Jan. 9 it was reported to officers a juvenile had made threatening statements to adults. The police report stated the adults did not think the comments were credible and did not believe the threats would happen. The report also stated the threats regarded causing harm and breaking into a home.

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