Three thefts | Buckley Police Blotter

Officers were told of narcotics found at a C Street location and a residential burglary on Cottage Street. The department took a report of three thefts – one on Division Street, one at a state Route 410 location and a third at an undisclosed site.

  • Tuesday, September 6, 2016 12:49pm
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AUGUST 31: During the day’s morning hours, city police heard a commercial burglar alarm on 112th Street East, took a noise complaint from Carbonado and made a couple of traffic stops.

AUGUST 30: Officers were told of narcotics found at a C Street location and a residential burglary on Cottage Street. The department took a report of three thefts – one on Division Street, one at a state Route 410 location and a third at an undisclosed site. There was also a call for a threat made at a Ryan Road address and a suicide threat at Rainier School.

 

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