Man with gun steals car registration | Renton police blotter

From the Renton police log.

Stolen car registration

On Nov. 23 at approximately 4 a.m., Renton police responded to a call regarding a threat with a gun in the 8200 block of South 134th Street. The victims, ages 30 and 24, reported that a man was rifling through the 30-year-old’s vehicle and ran off when he was confronted. The suspect stole the victim’s car registration information. The two victims jumped in their car and approached the suspect, asking for the car’s registration back. The suspect aimed a gun at both victims and fled the area.

Armed robbery

Renton officers responded on Nov. 20 at approximately 7 a.m. to an armed robbery in the 1100 block of Southwest Grady Way. The victim reported that the suspect demanded money and stated he had a gun, although no weapon was ever seen, according to the department. He took the money and fled northbound on Oakesdale Avenue Southwest.

Domestic disturbance

Renton officers responded on Nov. 26 at approximately 2:20 p.m. to a domestic disturbance involving a boyfriend and girlfriend in the 2800 block of Northeast 4th Street. The boyfriend was determined to be the primary aggressor and was arrested and booked into jail, according to the department. The girlfriend did not require medical attention.

Convenience store robbery

Renton police responded on Nov. 19 at approximately 2:31 a.m. to an armed robbery in the 1400 block of North 30th Street where three teenage suspects stole a cash register and cigars. According to the department, one of the suspects pointed a gun at the store clerk during the robbery. Officers located an empty cash register drawer in a parking lot in the area.