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2 Friday, June 24, 2011 West Seattle Herald West Seattle police Citizen detective, 00walking in on burglary and a car prowl turns violent A woman on the 4000 block of 44th Ave S.W. received a call from her alarm company around 10 a.m. on June 14. The alarm rep asked if she wanted police called and she declined, saying she would check it out on her own. Someone had bro- ken a small pane of basement door glass with a rock, likely triggering the alarm which likely triggered a Scared thief to scurry away. By the time police arrived, the woman had left little in the way of detective work. She pointed out to police that the thief appeared to stand on an alley garbage can, gaining enough altitude to pull themselves over the fence and into the prop- erty by grabbing onto a garage rain gutter (that was now dented). No usable prints were detected. A woman walked in on a burglar trying to heist a televi- sion from her bedroom, causing the white male wearing blue jeans and a black hooded sweatshirt to drop the TV and run like hell. The woman was fine but her TV didn't fair so well in the drop, suffering a Shattered screen. Occurring on June 12 around 1 a.m. on the 5600 block of California Ave S.W., the woman had only left her apartment for 15 to 20 minutes and returned to find the man inside. K9 units were called in but were unable to establish a track. What started as a car prowl evolved into a strong arm rob- bery. A man arrived home around 3 p.m. on the 8400 block of 9th Ave S.W. and parked his pickup truck on the side of the house. After going inside for a few min- utes he came outside and found two teenagers described as black males, approximately six feet tall with shaved heads and black clothing inside the truck. He approached to stop the car prowl and one of the teens punched him in the face, resulting in a visible cut above his left eye. The teens fled .on foot with a purple iPod and GPS unit and were long gone by the time police arrived. Robberies by block: Corner of S.W. Alaska St./California Ave. S.W., 7700 16th Ave. S.W., Burglaries by block: 9200 10th Ave. S.W., 5400 31st Ave. S.W., 4000/3800 44th Ave. S.W., 7500 24th Ave. S.W., 6500 California Ave. S.W., 9400 12th Ave. S.W., 3100 S.W. Roxbury S.t, 2700 Bel- videre Ave. S.W., 5000 California Ave. S.W. Car prowls by block: Corner of 36th Ave. S.W./S.W. Oregon St., 6000 21st Ave. S.W., 8000 Fauntle- roy Way S.W., 5200 SW Dakota St., 6900 Delridge Way S.W Ty Swenson can be reached at policeblotter @robinsonnews.com. ON THE GOJ Deadline for receiving items for On The Go is Noon Friday for the following week's Herald/News. Events are published based on timeliness and space availability. Email event submissions to: cal- endar@robinsonnews.com.ltems can be accepted from nonprofit groups and government agencies only. Others may call Richard Sherman 206-708-1378for inclu- sion in our "Out & About" adver- tising column. "Taste for Life" Wine & Beer Tasting Event SAM Sculpture Park 2901 Western Ave. June 23, 6:30-9:30 p.m. Support the Puget Sound Blood Center by attend- ing "Taste for Life." Tickets $35. www.psbc, urn/taste/ Discovery Shop 4535 California Ave S. W. 206 937 7169 50% OFF Men's wear every Sunday in June. 50% OFF pink -tagged items now thru Monday, June 20, and Only $1 Tuesday, June 21 thru Thursday, June 30. Summer Book Event begins Monday, June 20th through Sun- day, July 3rd. Great books at great- A weekly column showcas|ng your; 6arage Sales Bazaars 6rand Openings Fundraisers Special Events Seminars Demos Workshops 6uest Speakers Book Signings PersonalAppearances In-Store Events Product Launches Live Performances I Please e-mail all On The Go items. Send E-mail to sharah@robinsonnews.com, and include the words "On the Go" on the subject line. Deadline is Friday for the following week's issue. For Information, Call: 206-708 1378 er prices. The American Cancer Society Discovery Shop is open Sundays 11 a.m. to 3 p.m, All other days 10 a,m. to 4:30 p.m 'Funny or Die' at Youngstown Cultural Center 4408 Delridge Way S.W. Friday, June 24, 7-9 p.m. "Laugh- ter is the best medicine." We're making our own medicine with our own versioa of the TV series based on the UTube Channel: Funny or Die. Come enjoy episodes with new content by local funny people and MC'd by Phill Arensberg of the Jet City Improv. Be still and take your medicine! Ventana Construction's Workshop on Remodeling a Custom Home Construction 5458 California Ave. S. W. www. ventanabuilds, com Wednesday, June 29, 6-7:30 p.m. Free. The workshop covers all the new information as well as the basics about starting your remodel- ing or custom home project. Learn how to get started, what to expect, and the steps you can take to make your project successful. Call 206-932-3009 to reserve your space. 2nd Annual Spoke and Food Biking and Dining Event 2 Locations West Seattle: Chaco Canyon Organic Cafe, 3770 S.W. Alaska St.; White Center: Proletariat Pizza, 9622 16th Ave. S.W. Tuesday, June 28, open to 9 p.m., Ride your bikes to and from din- ner. The restaurants contribute 20% of their revenues from the night to the local non-profit we select to benefit: Children's Garden educa- tion program at Seattle Tilth. Tell your friends. www.spokeandfood.com Bowl versus Bowel to Benefit Crohn's & Colitis Foundation West Seattle Bowl 4505 39th Ave. S. W. 206-932-3731 July 9, 6-8 p.m. Help fund research and treatment of Irritable Bowel Diseases. $20 per person. Raffle tickets $1 or 15 for $10. There will be raffle prizes, shot calls for prizes, great music, $2 jello shots, HighStrike Grill and welcoming staff. Come have a ....... :; And that's The Kenney way. As a not-for-profit community our revenue is used to enrich the lives of the people that live here, not to pay investors. And, we have a better staff-to-resident ratio than most for-profit retirement communities. Call to learn al:out the not-for-profit difference and to start planning your future today. 206-937-28oo www.thekenney.org West Seattle Herald White Center News great time. Pre-register to insure your spot at WS Bowl; discounts if you register a team of 5. Contact Chris at ctroupe2 7 @ gmail. corn and mention Crohn 's fundraiser. 4th Annual SW Historical Society Bike Tour Log House Museum 3003 61stAve. S.W. Saturday, June 25, 12:30-2 p.m. $7 for non-members/S5 museum members. Donations accepted. Reg- ister with Sarah 206-938-5293 or collections @ loghousemuseum.info. 3rd Annual White Center Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast Holy Family School 9615 20th Ave. S.W. Saturday, July 16, 8 a.m-noon. $5 per person/youth under 5 free. Tickets at the door or through any White Center Kiwanis Member or by calling Bill Tracy at 206-248- 2441. Raffle tickets $1 or 6 for $5. Raffle drawing at 11:30 a.m. (must be available by phone to come pick up your basket). We are support- ing local non-profits who focus on families & youth: West Side Baby, White Center Food Bank and SW Boys & Girls Club. 17th West Seattle Garden Tour Sunday, July 17, 9-5 p.m. This year's self-guided tour showcases ten spectacular residential gardens, including the 2.5-acre Colman- Pierce estate garden, and includes a noontime lecture on Perennial Cre- ativity by Sue Goetz. Tickets $15 per person (children 12 and under free) available at our ticket outlets (www.westseattlegardentour.com) as well as online from www.brown- papertickets.com. Also raffle prizes. All net tour proceeds benefit local educational and horticultural proj- ects and community gardens. 14th Annual Alki Art Fair - Call for Sponsors and Donations Parks and Rec funding for the July 23 & 24 Alki Art Fair was com- pletely eliminated because of bud- get cuts. We are asking for sponsors and donations. For information, go to alkiarOair@ hotmail .com. W7AM Ham Radio Field Day South Seattle Comm. College 6000 16th Ave. S.W., S outh parking lot Saturday, June 25 11 a.m. through Sunday, June 26 11 a.m. 24 contest and worldwide emergen- cy preparedness drill for all HAM radio operators. All welcome. Chief Sealth High School Class of 1971 Plans 40th Reunion Aug. 5 - 7, 2011. Contact the reunion committee at: cshs71_ reunion@hotmail.com - See ON THE G0, page 5 Considering Selling? Call The James Tibbetts Team Today! 932-2550 When you Ii=t Jame9 Tibbett Team will obtain regul ! gee our ad on the back page! 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