Suspect leaves pile of pork bones, rotting meat on doorstep

Suspect leaves pile of pork bones, rotting meat on doorstep

Victim thinks pile of bones, and bag of bones and rotting meat was harassment.

Nov. 12

Stealing gas: At approximately 4:33 a.m. near the 18300 block of S. 284th Lane, a victim called 911 to report that after hearing noises coming from near his truck early in the morning, he observed a male walking away from his truck, getting into an Infiniti and driving toward 18th Avenue South. The victim said he then observed a puncture to his car’s gas tank and saw it draining out of his truck and into a gas can. Gas was spilled in the parking lot and South King Fire and Rescue assisted in the cleanup efforts. At this time, there is no new information or suspect leads.

Leftover pork meat: At approximately 12:39 p.m. near the 121300 block of SW 330th Place, the victim arrived home to his apartment to find a large pile of pork bones and rotting meat, with the same in a garbage bag. The victim said his daughter had left home an hour before he arrived and did not see any bags, so it happened in a short time frame. The victim said he thinks this may be a type of harassment but he is unsure. Neighbors did not respond to police for witness statements.

Nov. 13

Stolen vehicle and threats: At 2:25 p.m. near the 300 block of S. 342nd Place, the reporting party called 911 to report that his ex-boyfriend was in possession of her stolen vehicle, and also that he had threatened to kill her. When an officer arrived on scene, a male witness told him that the ex-boyfriend and the reporting party live together and the ex-boyfriend has been driving the involved vehicle frequently over the last week. The reporting party said her car was taken from her Renton residence. The reporting party arrived on location to try and block her ex-boyfriend and her car, but he drove on the grass to get away. The reporting party showed text messages to the officer that showed anger on both sides of the argument, and they also showed that the reporting party was expecting her car back. The reporting party also said her ex had threatened to kill her over the phone. The officer said the reporting party did not seem to show any fear to the threats, and commented as much in the texts. This case is legally insufficient.

Counterfeit: At approximately 8:10 p.m. near the 32000 block of Pacific Highway S., a woman in her early 20s entered Chick-fil-A and passed a $100 counterfeit bill for payment. The manager was advised about this and called police. The woman had not been seen in the restaurant before and there is no further information for a description. The counterfeit bill was turned over to police and booked into evidence.

Nov. 14

Damaged vehicle, nothing stolen: At approximately 3:16 a.m. near the 30500 block of 12th Place SW, a victim called to report that her side-rear passenger window was broken out. She had several items in her car but nothing seemed to be missing. There was no suspect information. The victim said her neighbors have a video surveillance system, and she will check with them about seeing the video. The damage was estimated at about $250. The victim said she did not give anyone permission to damage her property nor did she know of any motive that would make someone want to do this.


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