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t 0 Wednesday, July 30, 1997 West Seattle Herald/White Center News WEST SEATTLE POLICE Shots were fired in the parking lot of a grocery store in the 2600 block of California Avenue Southwest on July 22, but no one was hurt. The shots occurred around I p.m. Police arrived and searched for WHITE CENTER injuries, finding none. They did, however, arrest a 26-year-old man POLICE and book him for investigation ol' ............. assault with a deadly weapon.Workers meet burglar Purse snatcher nets $25 A 76-year-old woman had just left a restaurant with a friend in the 5000 block of California Avenue Southwest when someone pushed her from behind and snatched her purse from under her arm. The woman saw two teens run- ning the street, one with her purse in his hand. She yelled for help, and a man tried to chase the teens. He was unable to catch them. Shortly afterward, a man in a house nearby noticed someone crouched in his yard. When he approached the crouched individual, the man ran off, leaving the stolen purse in his yard. Police recovered the purse and returned it to the woman. Police did an area search, but did not locate the suspects. A total of $25 had been stolen from the purse. Cell phone taken A man had his cellular phone stolen at a bar in the 6700 block of California Avenue Southwest in the early morning of July 25. The phone was stolen while the man was using the restroom. It is valued at $150. A 52-year-old woman had $400 worth of items stolen from her home in the 10600 block of Third Avenue Southwest at around 8:30 a.m. July 19. The woman had been storing the items in the house while having construction work done on it. On the morning of the burglary, a con- struction crew arrived at the house to find a man who had let himself in on the second floor. He claimed to be a previous owner of the house who was coming to pick up the rest of his property. The man remained for another halt" hour and left in a blue 1970s model Dodge van. The workers said that he may have been with some- one else. The suspects are still at large. The owner of the house believes the sus- pects may have been friends of the previous owner. Don't drink and park Around 12:35 a.m. July 26, an officer was patrolling Alki Beach when he noticed a van parked in the 2700 block of Alki Avenue South- west, right between two no-parking signs. The officer approached the van to inform the driver he was illegally parked. When the driver rolled down the window, the officer immediatcly smelled alcohol in the vehicle. He also apparently rccog- nizcd one of the individuals in the car, an 18-year-old man, from an alcohol-related incident in West Seattle the week before. The officer confiscated two six- packs of beer from the van. The dri- ver, a 40-year-old man, was booked at King County Jail for investiga- tion of unlawful furnishing of alco- hol. The 18-year-old passenger was taken into custody and later released. A 976-dilemma A man living in the 1300 block of Southwest 113th Street called police July 22 to report an incident ol con- sumer fraud. The man told police an unknown person has been using his home phone number to make calls for per- sonal entertaiment services through five different long-distance carriers. The total cost of the calls is $950.82. The man received a call from his phone company notifying him of the calls about two months ago. He immediately called several long-dis- tance carriers to cut off the services from his home number, but the same calls still appeared in his next statement. The man told police that most of the calls were made during school hours, so he does not believe that his children are responsible. He did say it was possible that someone had stolen his phone card and was using it to make the expensive calls. Ungrateful son A man was caught trying to cash a stolen check at a bank in the 9600 block of 17th Avenue Southwest at about 3:30 p.m. July 23. The suspect, 22, was booked into King County Jail for investigation of forgery. He had apparently stolen checks from his foster parents earli- er in the week, and had been cash- ing them ever since. Store window broken A concrete block was thrown through the window of a business in the 11000 block of 16th Avenue Southwest on July 19th at around 1:45 a.m. Police noticed the broken window while on a routine patrol. No one was seen or heard in the area. -compiled by Jesse Woldman Let me be your guide through the Real Estate Jungle!l/ patrick inviile "te.eal C_state... Seller or Buyer's Agent Natureway Aurora Marketplace 23632 Highway 99, Edmonds 98206 774-7777 Natureway 3rd Avenue B,l(won Pim end Rne 1524 Third Avenue, Seattle 98101 62,5-9722 Natureway Northgate In the ~e Midl 727 Northgate E. 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