Sumner Police Blotter: Teens Steal Alcohol from Fred Meyer, Fuel Theft

The following arrest information has been supplied by the Sumner Police Department. It does not indicate a conviction.

NOV. 5, 2012

Fuel Theft: Officers contacted the owner of Branks BBQ for a report of fuel theft. She said that some business delivery vans were parked on the side of the building and their fuel lines had been cut and fuel was stolen.

Minor in Possession, Theft: A teen boy and girl were reported to have stolen alcohol from Fred Meyer. The male suspect had recently stolen alcohol from the store and had pushed a loss prevention officer out of the way when he ran out of the store. This time, he put the alcohol in his friend’s backpack and the two ran out the door. The girl was identified from a previous arrest and officers stopped by her house to talk to her. She admitted to being with the boy and stealing the alcohol and was cited with minor in possession and shoplifting. The teen boy was caught by officers trying to reenter the store later in the day and steal more alcohol and appeared to have been drinking. He was arrested for minor in possession, theft and obstructing a law officer, after he tried to resist arrest.

NOV. 6, 2012

Fake Bomb Threat: A 14-year-old student at Sumner High School was emergency expelled from school after a fake bomb threat. Read more. Another student was also expelled for helping him by telling him to leave school via text message. The student who wrote the note admitted to doing it so school would be cancelled. 

NOV. 7, 2012

Residential Burglary: An officer responded to a home on the 14000 block of 72nd St. E. for a burglary. A safe had been emptied and another safe was completely missing. Some jewelry was missing as well – it appears the suspects entered through a sliding glass door and left through the garage. The homeowner was advised to fill out a theft inventory list.

NOV. 8, 2012 

Residential Burglary: Windows were smashed at a Sumner residence and it appears the burglar rummaged through the home, stealing several items including an antique dagger, medication and jewelry.


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