Elderly man threatens to kill contractors

The elderly man was tackled to the ground by one worker when the male appeared to be moving towards employees with the hammer in hand.

Nov. 15

Neighborly threatening: At approximately 9:01 a.m. near the 2100 block of SW 352nd St., the female victim reported that her ex-neighbor called her at her home and threatened to come over, kick in her front door and kill her cats. She said her ex-neighbor accused her of causing problems between him and his girlfriend. The victim said she did not want any police action at this time, but wanted the threats documented.

Car auction threats: At approximately 12:02 p.m. near the 33100 block of 15th Ave. S., employees and contractors were moving auctioned vehicles onto and around the roadway at the listed location when an elderly male threatened to kill the workers for moving and parking the vehicles. The male had armed himself with a claw-style hammer while making threats. The elderly man was tackled to the ground by one worker when the male appeared to be moving towards employees with the hammer in hand. The male was later taken to the hospital over a complaint of pain. He had unknown injuries.

Nov. 16

Collision: At approximately 1:14 p.m. near the 35400 block of Enchanted Parkway S., officers responded to reports of a collision. The driver of the second vehicle (V2) said the driver of the first vehicle (V1) collided with his car at the listed location. V1 driver said the collision did not happen. Officers saw what appeared to be new damage to the left-rear quarter panel of V2 and the right front wheel of V1. The damage was minimal with some paint transfer and it rubbed off of V1 with a finger. V1 driver was not able to provide insurance information at the time of contact. A traffic incident report was completed and given to both parties. V1 driver was sent an infraction for not having proof of insurance, but there were no witnesses to the accident and it was not caught on camera footage.

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