The following arrest information was supplied by the . It does not indicate a conviction.
Liquor Law Violation: At around 10 p.m. on June 13, police were dispatched to a vacant lot in the 3900 block of Benson Street for several suspicious vehicles and people with flashlights. Upon arrival, they found teens drinking. They saw about 15 cars parked in the lot, but when the officers arrived, "many" juveniles fled the area. In a nearby brush, police located five subjects who smelled of alcohol but did not seem highly intoxicated. The police department will forward the case to Remann Hall for possible MIP for the two girls, 16 and 17. The case will be sent to the Gig Harbor prosecutor for reviewing of MIP charges for the other three 18-year-olds.
Theft: On June 14, the manager of the contacted police after an unknown suspect(s) stole the blind spot mirror from the parking lot. The mirror, attached to a post, was used for motorists to see if other vehicles were coming around the corner of the building.
Vehicle Prowl: On June 14, police were dispatched to a home in the 4400 block of Rosedale Street in reference to a car prowl. The victim said an unknown suspect(s) entered his car and took several items, including a vintage Seattle Mariners hat, red sweatshirt and $5 in change.
DWLS/Arrest: On June 14, police arrested a 30-year-old woman near Wollochet Drive and Wagner Way for third-degree DWLS for an unpaid ticket in November 2011.
Theft: Sometime between June 15 and 16, an unknown suspect(s) stole $2,500 worth of electrical wiring from the Gig Harbor Little League Fields at 9911 Burnham Dr.
Theft: Sometime between June 15 and 18, an unknown suspect(s) entered an old house used for storage in the 8200 block of SR 16 and stole two shovels, a rake and a pry bar.
Residential Burglary/Theft: A resident at Norwegian Woods Apartments said she was transported to a local hospital on June 18 and left her apartment unlocked. When she returned, her Vicodin medication was missing.
Theft: On June 19, the victim said an unknown suspect(s) entered the underground parking of the and stole his red folding bicycle. According to the surveillance video, a man and a small child entered the garage, which had been left open for an event, and rode the bike out of the garage.
Vehicle Prowl: On June 19, police were dispatched to after the victim's Apple MacBook laptop was stolen from his unlocked vehicles in the parking lot.
Vehicle Prowl: On June 20, an unknown suspect(s) stole the victim's tool bag with $1,500 worth of tools from the bed of his pickup truck in the parking lot.
Vehicle Prowl: On June 20, police were dispatched to a vehicle prowl at parking lot. A witness notified the victim after two men took a leaf blower from the bed of his pickup truck.
Warrant/Unlawful Possession of Controlled Substance/DWLS/Arrest: On June 22, police pulled over a 31-year-old man for negligent driving near westbound SR 16 and Olympic Drive NW. He was arrested for unlawful possession of controlled substance of marijuana and third-degree DWLS. According to records, he had outstanding Gig Harbor Municipal Court warrants for third-degree DWLS, hit and run and reckless driving. He also had two $25,000 District Court warrants for Domestic Violence Order Violation, Domestic Violence Harassment and unlawful marijuana possession.
Motor Vehicle Theft: Sometime between June 23 and 24, the victim's 2008 Toyota Highlander was stolen from a parking lot.
Warrant/Arrest: On June 23, police were dispatched to a reported suspicious person near Canterwood Boulevard NW and Borgen Boulevard. They located two men sitting in front of . Soon after, one of them walked inside the store. Police recognized that the 21-year-old man had two misdemeanor warrants out of . Police located and arrested the suspect in the men's restroom. Records later showed that he had a total of 10 warrants out of Gig Harbor.
DWLS/Arrest: On June 24, police arrested a 34-year-old man in the 9100 block of 54th Avenue for third-degree DWLS. They also issued a notice of infraction for driving without insurance.
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