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POLICE REPORTS

July 3

10:05 a.m.: Police arrested a male attempting to elude police vehicles and outstanding warrants on the 15000 block of 51st Avenue NE.

12:14 p.m.: A juvenile was cited for speeding too fast for conditions after he left the roadway and travelled down an embarkment and collided with a shed on the 6100 block of Cemetery Road.

4:22 p.m.: Someone stole a catalytic converter from a vehicle while it was parked on the street during the day time, on the 500 block of North Olympic.

July 4

1:31 a.m.: An officer arrested a male for possession of a controlled substance and also charges of negligent driving 1 and no valid drivers license will be referred to the prosecutors.

9:57 a.m.: Someone stole a purse from a vehicle on the 200 block of North Gifford Avenue.

July 5

12:03 a.m.: Arlington police responded to an assault with a weapon complaint; allegedly a male subject threatened another person with a knife on the 800 block of Portage Street.

8:25 a.m.: Officer responded to a report of an ultra-light aircraft that crashed at the Arlington Airport.

July 6

11:07 a.m.: A home owner contacted the Arlington Police to report his window had been damaged by an unknown suspect on the 500 block of East Highland Drive.

7:11 p.m.: A local resident reported his house had been hit with paint balls during the night; no suspects at this time, on the 15800 block of 40th Avenue NE.

July 7

3:56 a.m.: Officers responded to a possible burglary in progress; owner stated that he did not notice anything missing or out of place, on the 300 block of East Third Street.

July 9

7:52 p.m.: Arlington police responded to the report of a commercial burglary on the 19700 block of 60th Avenue NE.

July 13

12:05 p.m.: Arlington Police officer investigated a hit and run collision in a restaurant parking lot on the 400 block of North Olympic Avenue.

9:55 p.m.: Employees found a syringe in the bathroom and gave it to police to destroy properly on the 3400 block of 172nd Street NE.

July 23

4:51 p.m.: Arlington Police officers responded to a burglary, over $1500 worth of items including a hand gun were stolen on the 20000 block of Burn Road.

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