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West Seattle Herald Friday, August 5, 2011 3 West Seattle police Stealing an empty cash register Burglars put in a lot of work, but came up empty-handed on July 20. Sometime during the night, unknown suspects killed the power to a business on the 9400 block of 17th Ave. S.W. before attempting to break in through the back door (it was reinforced-with 2x4 metal brackets). Unable to get in that way, they used a ladder to get onto the roof, tore a hole in the roof with an unknown tool, punched holes through the ceiling tile and lowered themselves down using a hose tied to a rafter beam. The suspects siole the cash register and exited the same way they came in. Police found the register in a lot near the building, pried open. When the business owner arrived he told police there was no money in the cash register and nothing else was missing. Around 1:30 p.m. on July 22 a man living on 44th Ave. S.W. heard a loud bang at his front door. Stepping into the hallway to take a look he saw the backside of a man trying to quietly close the door he had just shattered with a kick behind him. The victim yelled and the suspect fled. Police found a possible suspect in a nearby alley. The suspect had two prior bur- glary arrests in the last year and was wearing a large black leather jacket and gloves ... the weather at that time was over 70 degrees and sunny. Police brought the sus- pect back to the victim's house for identification and the victim said he could not positively identify the man as he had only briefly seen his backside. After coming up empty on a witness check with neighbors, police let the potential suspect go. A woman living on 31st Ave. S.W. left several windows open on July 24 so her house, currently on the market, would not smell stuffy when the realtor arrived to show the it later in the day. When the woman returned shortly after midnight her back and front doors were wide open. Investigat- ing her house, the victim found very little disturbance and nothing clearly missing until she noticed a file sitting open on top of the file cabinet. The file contained infor- mation on two domestic violence criminal assault cases she had filed against (a redacted name). Search- ing further, she discovered medical records from the file cabinet and her toothbrush were missing. The realtor was certain she had locked the doors before leaving and the victim told police the only person of interest that made sense under the circumstances was the person she had filed domestic violence charges against. She believed the file was left on display "was a message to her." Robberies by block: Corner of 16 Ave. SW./SW. Holden St., cor- ner of Delridge Way SW./SW. Wil- low St., 2500 S.W. Barton St. Burglaries by block: 3200 37th Ave. S.W.; 7300 31 Ave. S.W., 9400 44 Ave S.W., 2400 53 Ave. S.W., 8600 Fauntleroy Way. S.W., 7300 32 Ave. S.W., 3600/3400/5200 Cal- ifornia Ave. SW. Car prowls by block: 2800 S.W. Bataan St., 7500 30 Ave. S.W., 4800 38 Ave. S.W., 2900 S.W. Raymond St., 5400 36 Ave. S.W, 6700 38 Ave. S.W., 3000 S.W. Graham St., 2700 37 Ave. S.W., 1000 Harbor Ave. S.W., 3000 Alki Ave. S.W., 3000 60th Ave. S.W., 6500 37th Ave. S.W. Car thefts by block: 6700 18 Ave. S.W., 2000 S.W. Thistle St., corner of S.W. Admiral Way/60 Ave. S.W., 2700 California Ave. S.W., 8400 26th Ave. S.W., 7500 24 Ave. S.W., 4000 38 Ave. S.W., 7100 29 Ave. S.W, 4300 S.W. Ray- mond St., 900 S.W. Holden St., 5400 Delridge Way S.W. Ty Swenson can be reached at policeblotter @robinsonnews.com. ON THE GOI Deadline for receiving items for On The Go is Noon Friday for the following week's HeraldNews. Events are published based on timeliness and space availability. Email event submissions to: cal- endar@robinsonnews.com. Items can be accepted from nonprofit groups and government agencies only. Others may call Richard Sherman 206-708-1378 for inclu- sion in our "Out & About" adver- tising column. High School or College- age Mentors Needed for Summer Science Club High Point NeigllorhoSd Flouse " 6400 Sylvan Way S. W. Contact Shuby at 206-588-4900 ext. 613 Summer Science at High Point Neighborhood House 6400 Sylvan Way S. W. This is a free summer science club for 4th-7th graders that will give students a chance to be creative Please e-mail all On The Go items. Send E-mail to sharah@r0bins0nnews,c0m, and include the words nOn the Go" 0n the subject line. Deadline is Friday for the following week's issue, and make friends while conducting their own experiments. There will be three two-week sessions. Stu- dents can participate in one, two, or all of the sessions. Session 3: August 9, 11, 16 and 18, 10 a.m.-noon. Students will work with mentors on group and individual projects and will show off their creations at a science fair August 23. For information or to register contact Shuby at 206-588-4900 ext. 613. Chief Sealth High School Class of 1971 Plans 40th Reunion Au5 7, 2011. Contact the reunion committee at: cshs 71_reunion @ hotmail.com Guitarist Del Rey at Village Green Nursery 10223 26th Ave. S. W. Sunday, August 28, 2-4:30 p.m. Del Rey plays concerts world wide and also presents a concert/lec- ture on women musicians called Women in American Music. West Seattle Hign School Class of '71 40th Reunion Lincoln Park Picnic - August 13 and Salty's Night - October 1. Purchase early-bird tickets at a discount for Salty's Night online. Questions: jim@wshs1971reui- on.com. There is only one 40th Reunion and it's going to be fun! Don't miss it! For more information, go to wwm wshs1971reunion.com. An Afternoon of Music and Dance Delridge Community Center 4501 Delridge Way S. W. (206)684-7423 Friday, August 19, 1:30-3:30 p.m. Enjoy the music of the 30's to the present by entertainer Lauren Pet- rie. Listen or dance. Cost $3 per person. Friends of Lincoln Park North parking lot across from S. W. Rose St. 206-464-1068 Saturday, August 6. Meet at 9 a.m. Open swim 1:45 p.m. Volun- teers who help removing invasive plants in the park from 9 a.m.-12 p.m. will each receive a free pass for the open swim at the Coleman Pool. Bring sturdy shoes, long pants and sleeves, garden gloves ad hand clippers. AAA Driver Improvement Program sl Seattle Christian Church 440042ndAve. S.W., 981_16 Saturday, August 13, 8:30-5 pan. Now accepting rescations for ithe refresher course on defet:iive driv- ing skills. Successful course com- pletion qualifies drivers 55 years of age and over for automobile insur- ance premium discounts. $16 per person. Pre-registration is required, call 206-243-3564. Picnic at the Precinct Southwest and West Precincts August 20 and 25. The Southwest Precinct picnic will be 1 - 4 p.m. at 2300 SIW. Webster. The West Pre- cinct picnic will be from 3:30 - 6 p.m. at 810 Virginia St. These pic- nics provide an opportunity for the local community to get to know their precincts and the officers who serve their community. More information is offered at www.seattlepolicefoundation.org/ ROSEN Hi Line 823 SW 148th St. 1 Burien, WA 98166 (206) 243-8910 A U T 0 E L E C T R I C HitineAutoElectric.com A neighbor you can trust since 1956 We Are Air Conditioning Experts. AC is convenient to have in the summer, and necessary for defrost safety the rest of the year. Have your system checked today! Hi-Line Auto Electric is a full-service automotive maintenance and repair facility. We specia{ize in the following: Engine Performance * Electrical Starting/Charging Systems Heating &Air Conditioning - Brakes * Emissions * Fuel Injection Vehicle Maintenance * Transmissions * Suspension and Steering BBB T Visit our website for specials and to make appointments: www.HiLineAutoElectric.com @ ENVIROS &5 Considering Selling? Call The James Tibbetts Team Today! 932-2550 you l! James Tibbetts will obtain results! 9ee our ad on the back page! rRe'deem This COU I I I ! I 1 I I ] Simply call The James Tibbetts Teamat 932-2550 ] I E-mail: jgtibbettLcom I I I 4 Windermere nderme e Rea , a e Faunllerov [no Managing Broker programs/picn&, htm Chief Sealth High School Class of 1972 - 40th Reunion Will held September 22, 2012 at Rainier Golf and Country Club. We are planning well in advance to insure maximum par- ticipation and maximum celebra- tion. Contact David Katt, 206-650-0863 or djkatt@comcast.net, for inclu- sion of your email address and/or contact information. Chief Sealth Class of '66 - 45th Reunion To be held September 24. For more informaiton, go to dan- bingham @ comcast.net or call 206- 291-6166. Hosta Foreign Exchange Student In Seattle; call Jamin at 360-661- 0552 now to choose your student. Explore new cultures without leav- ing your home. International Stu- dent Exchange is a non profit orga- nization that needs you to be a host family in August. For more information, e-mail j.henderson33 @ hotmail.com. - See ON ]'HE G0, page 15 West Seattle Herald White Center News Jerry Robinson Publisher T. 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