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CDNews Police Scanner – 10/8

Happy Friday from Seattle’s East Precinct:

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  1. I can only wonder which house they where at on our street this morning.

    Speaking of stolen cars I wonder if anyone knows if there is a live database anywhere? We pretty much know who’s car is who’s on the street and when a new one shows up (like this morning) it’d be nice to check the plate…

  2. If you see a vehicle on your street that your truly think is stolen (common indicators: inside is ransacked, vehicle left open/unlocked, stripped, locks popped, etc…) you can always call the SPD non-emergency line and tell them your concern. Have the plate ready for them too. They likely won’t tell you if it’s stolen or not, but if it is you can be sure that they’ll be out with the vehicle before you know it.

  3. There is a live database, but last time I checked, you have to go in-person & pay a fee to find out who owns a car. I believe that what teacup refers to is the abandoned vehicle hotline–which only checks those vehicles that have been parked in the same spot for 72 hours (& you need plate # for that). If you leave the license plate # on non-emergency, who knows, they may check on it sooner, but that is not the policy.