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Vandalism: On April 19, an unknown suspect(s) drew numerous images and writing on the walls and ground with a chalk in the 4400 block of Rosedale Street. The victim and another neighbor's cars also had chalk on the hood.
DUI/Arrest: On April 20, police arrested a female driver in the 6500 block of Wollochet Drive for DUI.
Vandalism/Theft: On April 20, sometime overnight, an unknown suspect(s) smashed the rear driver-side window at and stole all of the victim's welding gear. The victim said about $800 worth of tools and equipment were missing.
Concealed Weapon Violation: Around 4:50 a.m. on April 27, police were dispatched to a suspicious person call near Borgen Boulevard and Peacock Hill Avenue. The reporting party said there was a man standing on the side of the road shining a flashlight at vehicles and trying to flag them down. Police located the man in the 12500 block of Peacock Hill Avenue.
The 27-year-old man was shining a small flashlight to the trees on the west side of the road. The man, described by police as "animated", said that there were people in the trees shooting crossbows at him and that he was in danger. He was also pacing back and forth and concerned that police had not caught these subjects who were shooting at him.
When police asked him what was in his pocket, he said he had a gun. He started to quickly reach into the pocket to get it, but the officer instructed him to stop. Police removed a loaded Smith and Wesson .40 cal semi-automatic pistol and another loaded .45ACP Astra semi-automatic pistol. Police removed the magazine and ejected a live round from the chamber of the weapon.
When police contacted the man's father, he was not aware that his son was out. He also said the guns belonged to him. A Pierce County Sheriff's deputy also arrived at the residence in the 3700 block of 126th Street NW.
According to the deputy, the man said he was at home when heard a noise. He looked outside and saw people armed with crossbows, shooting arrows at his house. He then took two pistols from the safe and went outside. The deputy checked the home and found no arrow holes.
The man's behavior led the police to believe that he was under the influence of some drug. He did not smell like alcohol.
The man did not have a proper concealed weapons permit. Authorities issued two counts criminal citation for carrying a concealed pistol without a permit.
Possession of Stolen Property/Burglary/Theft: On April 27, police were dispatched to a report of a prowler in the 7700 block of 52nd Place. It was also reported that the same subject was responsible for a burglary the day before.
Police located the 17-year-old suspect on the deck of one of the houses. The boy tried to run away but quickly surrendered. The police found a step ladder on the deck and notes taped to the home's window. The screen on the window was pried off. They also located a metal putty knife in the ground.
Police later located an unlocked shed by another empty home in the 7900 block of Schoolhouse Road. Inside the shed, they found clothing, bedding materials, gold BMX bike and a backpack with the suspect's homework and books. They also found an Easter card that belonged to another person with a $100 check and two blank checks. The checks belonged to residents whose homes were involved in the recent burglaries.
The male juvenile was arrested and booked in Remann Hall. He has been charged with possession of stolen property, burglary and second-degree theft.
Shoplifting: On April 27, police were dispatched to for two juvenile girls in custody for shoplifting. The security officer told police that the girls stole about $16 worth of food and beverages. Police also found about $150 worth of stolen items from and an used marijuana pipe and some marijuana in one of the girls' purse. The case has been forwarded to Remann Hall prosecutors for two counts of third-degree theft and one count of unlawful possession of a controlled substance.
Minor in Possession of Intoxicants/Arrest: On April 28, police were dispatched in reference to a male and female fighting in the roadway in the 4600 block of Pt. Fosdick Drive NW. The woman was arrested for minor in possession of intoxicants. The man was released at the scene.
Shoplifting: On April 28, police were dispatched to in reference to a shoplifting in progress. The 37-year-old woman was arrested for third-degree theft. Her 19-year-old daughter was issued a notice of trespass from Target.
Vandalism: On April 28, police responded to a building in the 6600 block of 38th Avenue NW for burglary. Upon investigation, an unknown suspect(s) had entered the building and destroyed the light bulbs in both the men's and women's bathrooms.
DUI/Arrest: On April 28, police arrested a female driver on the Olympic Drive overpass for DUI and unlawful possession of a controlled substance (marijuana).
Unlawful Possession of Controlled Substance/Arrest: On April 29, police received a report of an anonymous caller stating that there were several people smoking marijuana in a car behind at 5114 Pt. Fosdick Drive NW. After responding to the scene, police seized 86 grams of marijuana from a male suspect who was arrested for unlawful possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver.
Warrant/Arrest: On April 29, police were conducting extra patrol at the Rosedale Street and Stinson Avenue intersection after . The officer witnessed a 20-year-old man traveling at a high rate of speed down Rosedale Street on a long board with his headphones on.
He eventually stopped and got off his board as he approached the stop sign. The officer stopped the skateboarder and asked him about the accident. He said no but admitted that he was wrong for coming down the hill on his board and not wearing a helmet. Police gave him a verbal warning, and he left on foot.
Afterward, the officer checked his record, which came back with two outstanding warrants: minor in possession/consumption with $2,600 bail out of Gig Harbor; operating a car as minor after consuming alcohol with $5,000 bail out of tacoma. Police relocated the man and arrested him for the warrants. He also had a backpack with two cans of beer inside.
According to the Gig Harbor ordinance, a skateboarder may skate on the sidewalk in a reasonable manner but must yield to pedestrians.
Shoplifting/Arrest: On April 29, police were dispatched to in reference to a shoplifting. The officer also found bolt cutters, marijuana, syringe and a glass pipe on the female suspect. She was cited for third-degree theft and unlawful possession of controlled substance under 40 grams.
DWLS/Arrest: On April 30, police cited a female driver for third-degree DWLS at the intersection of Rosedale Street and Stinson Avenue.
DWLS/Arrest: On May 1, police pulled over a male driver for speeding in the marked school zone in the 5000 block of Rosedale Street during enforcement hours. The officer issued a verbal warning for the speeding infraction and cited the driver for third-degree DWLS.
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