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Police Blotter: Thief steals packages from front porch

Thursday | 10

HIT AND RUN: A Mercer Island resident reported an overnight hit-and-run in the 2900 block of 76 Ave S.E. The victim said that he had not seen the damage sustained but a witness had left a note on the car saying that around 9 p.m. he saw a large Chevy truck back into the vehicle and drive away. The suspect’s vehicle is registered out of Everett, though at the time of the report, police had not yet been able to make contact with the suspect.

Friday | 11

THEFT: A 65-year-old Mercer Island woman says she was expecting several packages from UPS at her home in the 9200 block of S.E. 46th Street, which included jeans, Italian cookies and a Porcelain cup and dish. She assumed that the items hadn’t yet been delivered, but after calling UPS realized that sometime between Nov. 11 and 12, UPS had supposedly made the delivery. UPS is investigating and said they had a new driver that day. It’s possible the packages may have been incorrectly delivered to another location.

Saturday | 12

THEFT: A victim had UPS packages stolen from his front porch in the 9700 block of S.E. 41st Street. The boxes contained ‘the Superman’ movie and a music CD, which together were valued at $70.

CAR PROWL: Between 2 and 2:30 p.m. a car parked at Sunnybeam school was broken into and a purse stolen from the passenger seat. The victim estimated a loss of $2,000, $1,000 of which was made in credit card charges at various locations. The cost of the shattered window alone was $320.

Sunday | 17

DISTURBANCE: A husband-wife pair had a verbal argument. No assault took place but both parties had been drinking. When police were called to the scene, the husband and wife said they felt safe in the house together and police were dismissed from the scene.

Monday | 18

COLLISION: Two vehicles at the intersection of East-bound I-90 and East Mercer Way collided, causing minor driver-side damage to one car. A vehicle on East Mercer Way was waiting to turn left onto East-bound I-90. Vehicle two was North-bound on East Mercer Way, waiting to turn left onto S.E. 36th Street. Both claimed that they had green lights and couldn’t determine whose fault it was.

 

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