May 1 POLICE REPORTS

8:25 a.m.: Officers responded to a fight and referred Assault 4 charges against three males to the prosecutors on the 1200 block of East Fifth Street.

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8:25 a.m.: Officers responded to a fight and referred Assault 4 charges against three males to the prosecutors on the 1200 block of East Fifth Street.

May 2

1:53 p.m.: Two males stole beer and meat from a local supermarket on the 3500 block of 172nd Street NE.

May 9

2:57 p.m.: Two women left the store with an unpaid cart full of groceries, when asked for a receipt they jumped in their car and left without the groceries on the 20000 block of 74th Avenue NE.

May 13

4:22 p.m.: A man went into a local video store and cut open DVD boxes and stole the movies on the 7700 block of 204th Street NE.

May 17

1:09 p.m.: Unknown suspects drove a vehicle through the wall of a business to gain access to items inside on the 7400 block of 204th Street NE.

May 18

8:05 p.m.: Arlington Police arrested a 30-year-old male for residential burglary on the 20900 block of 66th Avenue NE.

May 19

2:47 p.m.: Someone stole an iPod from a car on the 18800 block of Crown Ridge Boulevard.

May 23

10:31 a.m.: A 51-year-old man was arrested in Arlington and Lake Stevens Police Departments on an extraditable warrant out of the State of Kentucky on the 20200 block of 13th Drive SE, Bothell.

12:31 p.m.: Arlington Police were dispatched to a parking lot for a vehicle prowl, the rear driver-side window was broken, on the 400 block of East Burke Avenue.

4:13 p.m.: A woman who was out for a walk had a Great Dane growl at her and chase her on the 300 block of North French Avenue.

7:57 p.m.: A male and female were arrested for theft on the 3500 block of 172nd Street NE.

9:01 p.m.: Arlington Police responded to a theft of cash on the 3400 block of 172nd Street NE.

May 25

10:57 p.m.: Arlington Police were dispatched to a residential burglary on the 6600 block of 206th Place NE.

12:11 p.m.: Gas was siphoned out of a car while parked in business district parking lot on the 6000 block of 192nd Street NE.

May 26

8:44 a.m.: A pickup truck had an accelerant poured on it and was set on fire on the 100 block of North Gifford Avenue.

8 p.m.: Police investigated a theft from the hospital on the 300 block of South Stillaguamish Avenue.

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