King City Police Department: July 29-Aug. 17, 2020
Wednesday, July 29
• Police took a report of four stolen political signs along or near Southwest Royalty Parkway.
• Police took a report of a vehicle hitting another vehicle and leaving the scene at Space Age, 16875 S.W. Pacific Highway. Police were able to use the business surveillance video to see the license plate, as well as a picture of the driver.
Friday, July 31
• An officer located the vehicle involved in a reported hit-and-run at Space Age two days earlier parked on Southwest 136th Avenue at Montague Way. Upon speaking to the vehicle's driver, he learned the man also had two outstanding arrest warrants. He was arrested on the warrants as well as for failure to perform the duties of a driver.
Monday, Aug. 3
• While on routine patrol, police initiated a traffic stop for speeding on Southwest Fischer Road. The driver was cited for driving while suspended.
Monday, Aug. 10
• Police were dispatched to the report of a vehicle parked in front of a residence on Southwest Macbeth Drive being sideswiped. The driver side sustained a scratch and dent from the wheel well to the driver side door. The vehicle that hit it did not stop.
Wednesday, Aug. 12
• While on routine patrol, police found a homeless individual who had already been given a trespass notice two weeks earlier. Police issued a citation in lieu of arrest with a court date.
• Police were dispatched to take a report of fraud. A King City resident reported falling victim to a phone scam. The victim is out $400. The scammer said he was calling from the Social Security office and was demanding money in the form of gift cards.
Monday, Aug. 17
• Police were dispatched to a large forklift on its side in the area of Southwest King George Drive and King Henry Place. Firefighters arrived to help clean up diesel that leaked out. The driver was unhurt. No citations were issued.
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