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This week's calls include: a hit-and-run, stolen bank cards, and a wanted group.

Monday, Nov. 2

Police were dispatched to an injury crash at 131st Avenue and Beef Bend Road. The driver of a mini motorbike was taken to the hospital.

Thursday, Nov. 5

Police were dispatched to the report of a hit-and-run crash that occurred on King George Drive. Police got a description of the suspect vehicle and was able to locate it. Police assisted with an information exchange and took photos.

Bank cards and identification were stolen from a vehicle in the Edgewater neighborhood. The victim was advised to monitor credit report.

Saturday, Nov. 7

While on extra patrol in King City Plaza, police drove by Shari's and recognized a group from previous contacts. Upon running them through dispatch, one was found to have four outstanding arrest warrants. One woman was lodged in the Washington County Jail on three of the outstanding arrest warrants, the other was a citation in lieu with a court date.

Monday, Nov. 9

A wallet was found and turned over to police. After running the owner through dispatch, it was found that she had an outstanding municipal warrant for her arrest. When the owner arrived to reclaim her wallet, she was cited with a court date in lieu of going to jail.

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