Feb. 8

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Feb. 8

3:53 p.m.: A three month old child died of positional asphyxia on the 300 block of West Marion Street.

April 23

1:49 p.m.: A male neighbor is suspected of stalking his female neighbor on issues that stem from a civil disagreement on the 400 block of East Burke Avenue.

May 4

2:49 a.m.: After initial contact with four occupants in a vehicle one male is having charges of possession of meth referred to the county prosecutor’s office, contact was on the 19200 block of Vista Drive.

May 5

11:55 p.m.: Charges of reckless driving are being referred to the county prosecutor’s office after a man was traveling 98 mph south bound on SR 9.

May 7

5:08 a.m.: A GPS and XM radio were stolen from a vehicle parked in the owner’s driveway on the 18400 block of Ballantrae Drive.

11:53 p.m.: Police responded to a report of burglary on the 6700 block of 204th Street.

May 8

9:44 a.m.: An adult male was arrested after stealing over $500 worth of tools on the 20600 block of 67th Avenue NE.

May 9

4:42 a.m.: A GPS system was stolen from a vehicle on the 12700 block of Smokey Point Boulevard.

3:35 p.m.: A female robbed a local espresso stand on the 500 block of North Olympic Avenue.

4:10 p.m.: A man stepped on the gas instead of the brake and ran into a local fast food restaurant on the 3400 block of 169th Place NE.

May 10

9:24 a.m.: Graffiti was reported on a house, shed and office on the 100 block of Gifford Avenue.

10:11 p.m.: A car pulled up and took a planter of flowers and left, on the 3500 block of 172nd Street NE.

May 14

9:27 a.m.: Officers took a report of a burglary at a local construction business on the 16400 block of Smokey Point Boulevard.

May 22

12:58 p.m.: Officers took a report of a theft of a metal ramp on the 3800 block of 166th Place NE.

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