Student made threatening comments at middle school|Police Blotter


• It was reported to officers on Oct. 20 that a student at Mattson Middle School made a threatening comment as he stepped off the school bus.


• On Oct. 21 officers responded to reports of suspicious people walking around a new development.

• On Oct. 25 two subjects were trespassed from Fred Meyer following an attempted shoplift that was interrupted by employees. The police report stated officers spoke with one subject and identified the other. The report added Fred Meyer did not want to press charges but both were trespassed.

• On Oct. 28 a known shoplifter was reportedly at QFC. Employees contacted officers and a trespass notice was issued.


• On Oct. 21 officers were called to the scene of an unknown vehicle that reportedly collided with a power pole. The police report also stated the vehicle left the scene without leaving any information.


• On Oct. 22 a reportedly drunk suspect threatened to harm the victim. The suspect also reportedly pushed the victim. The police report stated the suspect was booked into Kent jail.


• On Oct. 19 officers were contacted regarding a bike that was stolen from Tahoma High School.

• On Oct. 23 a group of friends reportedly entered a 76 gas station and stole cigarettes.


• On Oct. 25 it was reported to officers that the suspect took his parent’s vehicle without permission. The police report stated he reportedly took the vehicle to drive his friend home.


• On Oct. 27 officers responded to an elementary school where a father reportedly violated orders by delivering flowers to his child’s school.


• On Oct. 25 officers responded to reports of a husband and wife in a verbal argument. The police report stated the husband reportedly made a verbal threat to his wife and then left the scene.


• On Oct. 28 an unknown suspect reportedly stole the victim’s keys while at Safeway and stole her vehicle. Her iPhone was also left inside the vehicle.


• Officers responded Oct. 24 to reports the front door window at the Sprint store had been broken.

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