West Seattle Crime Watch: Vandals strike (at least) twice

2 reports tonight – both involving vandalism via eggs – and one involving other crimes too – read on for both:

Whitney‘s report was short:

Car got egged. 5200 block of 35th east side of street. Bummer.

A longer report, from Brooke:

There have been a number of crimes that have occurred at my mother’s house that I would like the community to be aware of. She lives on the 7900 block of 30th AVE SW. Sometime last night my brother’s car was egged, which was parked in front of my mother’s house. About 2 weeks ago she had two HUGE flower pots taken from her front porch. These pots were heavy enough to require a dolly or at least two people to move. Last month someone had tried to break into her car and in the process damaged the trim around the window, and shortly after that her car was egged as well. She has filed reports with the police and notified the block watch, but the number of incidents over the last two months have made her quite frustrated and I wanted to make sure this was shared with a wider audience so people in the area are aware.

Next meeting of the West Seattle Crime Prevention Council is this Tuesday, by the way – 7 pm, Southwest Precinct meeting room, Delridge/Webster.

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6 Replies to "West Seattle Crime Watch: Vandals strike (at least) twice"

  • julie October 16, 2011 (8:49 pm)

    Two car thefts and a garage break-in in the North Admiral neighborhood over the last couple days, too.

  • hmmm October 16, 2011 (10:07 pm)

    Car break in Arbor Heights also

  • helridge October 17, 2011 (7:57 am)

    It was homecoming weekend for a local high school, egging not surprising.

  • michael October 17, 2011 (1:18 pm)

    the link to the West Seattle Crime Prevention Council is: http://wscpc.blogspot.com/

  • genhill October 17, 2011 (1:29 pm)

    we live near 50th & Alaska and were egged Friday night.

  • Lola October 18, 2011 (11:08 am)

    We did not have eggs on our cars but i saw the egg shells in the street at 50th and Alaska. I knew something was up when I saw them in the street.

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