– Officers on patrol located a stolen truck driving on SR 410 around 1:29 a.m. A spike strip was placed on the road, and the truck stopped on SR 165, near 177th St. E. The female driver was arrested for driving the truck, and the male passenger also arrested for domestic violence warrants.
– Police received a report of a vehicle in a ditch on SR 410 around 7:17 a.m. When officers contacted the driver, they suspected him of being under the influence. He resisted being detained, but was eventually handcuffed and arrested for DUI. A search of the car produced some illegal substances and drug paraphernalia.
– Officers were dispatched to a SR 410 hotel to a fight report around 4:12 a.m. Police contacted a man and woman, and while investigating the incident, determined the woman was the aggressor; she was arrested and booked.
– Police on patrol saw a driver passed out behind the wheel on SR 410 around 3:35 a.m. Seeing vomit on his lap, officers called for medical aid, and he was transported to the hospital.
– Officers fielded a stolen license plate report from Railroad Avenue in Wilkeson around 9:22 a.m.
– Officers were dispatched to 5th Avenue to a fireworks report around 4:15 p.m. Police also heard the fireworks, but could not locate the source of the noise.
– Police were told of an injured deer blocking traffic on 216th Avenue around 8 a.m. No deer was found, and the road was clear.
– Officers received a report of a shotgun stolen from a SE Fir Street residence around 11:37 a.m.
– Police were called to a 225th Place SE home around 5:48 p.m. because the resident believed someone was inside it. No subject was found.
– Officers were called out to SE Cottonwood Street around 3:21 p.m. because a car was blocking traffic. Unable to find the owner, the car was towed.
– Police conducted an car crash investigation on 3rd Avenue around 5:43 a.m. One driver was cited for failing to yield.
– A traffic stop on SE Fir Street around 3:58 a.m. resulted in the driver being arrested on four warrants, and the passenger on three.
– Officers were contacted by a SE 296th Street resident who reported two subjects entering his yard around 7:19 p.m.; one had a flashlight and appeared to look into his home, and the other opened his car door. The subjects then left. Nothing was reported taken.
– Police were contacted by a subject who reported a large pile of opened mail in unincorporated King County. Officers delivered the mail to the local post office.