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Armed driver arrested for DUI | Covington - Maple Valley Police Blotter

COVINGTON

Feb. 3

  • TWEAKING: 16800 block of Southeast 272nd Street. A man was jumping in front of cars on Southeast 272nd Street as well as in the Fred Meyer parking lot. He was found in possession of a meth pipe as well as a tool to hot wire cars.

Feb. 1

  • IDENTIFY THEFT: 19800 block of Southeast 272nd Street. A woman received a letter from the IRS advising her that officials from the agency believed someone was fraudulently filing tax returns using her information. The letter stated someone apparently used her identity to file tax returns for the past two years.

Jan. 31

  • DATE OF BIRTH?: 17000 block of Southeast 270th Place. A woman was caught shoplifting at Kohl's and provided a false birth date multiple times when questioned by deputies.

Jan. 30

  • FOUND: 16700 block of Southeast 272nd Street. A Toyota 4Runner that had been stolen was found unlocked in the parking lot of Fred Meyer.
  • STOLEN, STRIPPED, DUMPED: 19900 block of Southeast 262nd Street. A Toyota truck which had been stolen was found on the trail area just south of Southeast 262nd Street at 199th Avenue Southeast. The truck had been completely stripped.
  • MOVIE NIGHT: 17000 block of Southeast 272nd Street. The suspect was caught when he walked out of Safeway with six DVDs that he did not pay for.

 

MAPLE VALLEY

Jan. 30

  • DRUNK AND PACKING: Southeast Kent-Kangley Road. A driver was pulled over and arrested for driving under the influence as well as carrying a handgun. The driver was turned over to the Washington State Patrol for processing and charges.

 

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