West Seattle Crime Watch: Stolen car; vehicle break-ins; next WSCPC meeting

Three West Seattle Crime Watch notes this morning:

CAR STOLEN: Sometime overnight, before 7:15 this morning, a navy-blue 1998 Nissan Maxima was stolen on SW Concord in Fauntleroy. Plate ALN 6403, red “zone 3” sticker on back window. Call 911 if you see it.

CAR BREAK-INS: We haven’t heard directly from any victim(s) yet, but Wendy reports this:

I was walking this morning happened upon a few cars with their trunks and doors wide open on 46th between Erskine and Findlay. Good reminder to not leave anything in your car and lock ’em up!

NEXT WEST SEATTLE CRIME PREVENTION COUNCIL MEETING: Just announced by WSCPC president Richard Miller, the 7 pm meeting on Tuesday, October 18th, will include guest Rex D. Caldwell, Operations Division Manager, Washington State Criminal Justice Training Center, with a presentation on the past, present, and future of law enforcement training. All are welcome at the meeting, which also includes local police with updates on crime trends, and a chance to talk about your neighborhood crime/safety concerns. It’ll be at the SW Precinct as usual, 2300 SW Webster.

3 Replies to "West Seattle Crime Watch: Stolen car; vehicle break-ins; next WSCPC meeting"

  • Jonathan October 5, 2016 (11:16 am)

    My car as well was broken into and the trunk was left open. There was over $1,500 worth of Playstation 1 and 2 games in a blue bin. Each game has a barcode on the case as well. Have turned in a claim to the police and hope that they can find the car and with it, my games.

  • clinker October 5, 2016 (12:30 pm)

    As long as people keep leaving things like $1500 worth of Playstation 1 and 2 games in their cars, the crime spree will continue forever.

    I’ve taken to just taking everything out of the car and leaving the doors unlocked. Yes it gets prowled all the time, but there is never any damage.

  • Therealbigpoppa October 6, 2016 (6:49 am)

    theft should be a more serious crime that requires loss of limbs based on 3 strike rule. 

    also serial Theives should be publish on billboards or online 

    they should be mocked and harrassed by the community they should not be hanging out in public, living in  campers, free housing or in the woods so they can attack working class people. 

    Lastly they should work for free at the auto body shops that get paid off their crimes. They should pay off their victims double  in restitution. 

    Next if the thief doesn’t stop and they need to steal others time to support their drug addiction.

    than they should be left to rot in a desert with a horse with no name.

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