Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Police Report: March 22

3500 block of Rhode Island Avenue: Burglary - 11:25 pm. Officers responded to speak with a construction contractor who is renovating the building. He told the officers that sometime between late evening on March 19th and the time he called police someone kicked in a door to the property and stole three keys to the building. He also said that the company had not completed the contracted renovation and nothing of high value was taken. The officers gave the owner of the building and the construction contractor several recommendations about ways to improve security at the facility. No evidence was recovered at the scene and no witnesses could be identified.

3100 block of Queens Chapel Road: Missing person - 6:30 pm. Officers responded for the report of a middle-aged Hispanic male that had not been seen in several days. The reporting person told the officers that the missing man has an alcohol addiction problem. After several hours of investigation officers were able to locate the man at a friend’s house. He was in good condition at the time he was located, and the reporting person was notified.

34th Street and Rainier Avenue: Sound of shots - 10:30 pm. Officers responded for multiple reports of the sound of shots in the area. The officers determined that the noises heard by residents were not gun shots. They were caused by fireworks that were ignited in the Cedar Lane Alley. Officers were unable to locate the individuals responsible for setting off the fireworks.

33rd Street & Shepherd Street: Traffic - 10:50 pm. Officers were patrolling the area when they observed a vehicle parked in the middle of the street. Further investigation revealed that the vehicle was a rental and overdue for return to the rental company. The vehicle was impounded and returned to the rental company. The driver of the vehicle was issued several traffic citations and released at the scene.

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