Police receive multiple shoplifting reports | Police Blotter – Covington-Maple Valley Reporter
There were no signs of forced entry. power washer A Sears lawnmower and a weed whacker, worth a combined $650, were removed from an unlocked shed behind a Brunswick Pike residence between 4 p.m. July 8 and 8 a.m. July 9.
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Contestants show driving skills during San Juan County Fair tractor games – Farmington Daily Times
on Aug. 6 on the 26600 block of 190th Avenue Southeast. An attempted residential burglary was reported at 6:36 p.m. on Aug.
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In addition to the corn plant, the other games played included the slow race, barrel race and draw bar tap. Drivers during the games were not allowed to go more than 5 miles per hour, said the games’ organizer Gregg Tradup, vice president of the Four Corners Antique Power Association. “It’s things we can do with the antique tractors just to show they still run and work,” Tradup said of the reason for the games. The event also provides the association a place to showcase the power of the machines.
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