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Aberdeen man stabbed in his home

Aberdeen police are investigating a stabbing Friday afternoon, Police Captain John Green tells us at about 4:25 P.M. they were called to the hospital on the report of a patient with a stab wound. A 52 year old Aberdeen man told investigators that he was at his home in the 1900 block of Aberdeen Ave drinking with some other subjects when he said he was stabbed for no reason by a subject who was at the house. The victim was taken into surgery.
A few minutes later Aberdeen Police Officers received another report from a person at the scene that a stabbing had occurred at a home in the 1900 block of Aberdeen Ave.
The investigating officers were told by subjects at the house that a group had been drinking together for some time. According to those at the scene, a male subject in the group began stabbing the victim for no apparent reason.
The suspect fled the residence. The victim drove himself to the hospital. It was confirmed that the victim in the first report was the same person who was reported stabbed in the second report.
The investigation is continuing.

Vandalism downtown Aberdeen lands transient in jail

ABERDEEN, Wash. – On 11/15/13 at about 0300 Aberdeen Police Officers discovered that an unknown subject(s) had knocked over four garbage cans and four concrete planters downtown.  One of the planters shattered when it was turned over. A planter in front of Amore was also broken. All the damage were to the items on the North side of Heron street in the 100 West and 100 East block.
 
At about 8:04 A.M. a male subject was observed knocking over a cement planter in the area of Heron and I street by a witness.  Aberdeen Officers located the suspect, a 46 year old Aberdeen transient, in the 100 Block of West Heron street.  The suspect was arrested for Malicious Mischief 3rd degree, and on an outstanding Aberdeen Municipal Court arrest warrant and booked into the City of Aberdeen Jail.
 
Damage was estimated at under $750 dollars.

UPDATE: Arrest made after theft of donation jar for 11 month old patient

The video of the incident was placed on a Facebook account by a citizen while the business was attempting to get the police department a copy of the video. The footage shows the man complete his transaction, then when the person behind the counter walks away he shoves the jar into his bag and walks out.
The jar features a photo of Madilynn Damaske, a little girl born premature with a hole in her heart and a rare tumor in her right eye. The jars were placed at area businesses to help the family offset travel costs to undergo chemo therapy at Children’s Hospital.

On 09/12/13 at about 6:27 P.M. Officer Timmons received a call from an employee at Mikes Meats. The officer was told that a customer had come into the store and told the employee that the suspect looked like a person they knew. A name was provided of the suspect but the citizen wished to remain anonymous. Officer Timmons worked on the tip and discovered that the suspect appeared similar to the suspect on the video.

Officer Timmons began to look for the suspect and found him at the Aberdeen Safeway store at about 6:50 P.M. Officer Timmons reported that the male subject appeared to be the same person in the video. Officer Timmons arrested a 42 year old Aberdeen male on three arrest warrants on unrelated misdemeanor charges.

Officer Timmons interviewed the suspect on the donation jar theft and the suspect confessed to Officer Timmons that he stole the donation jar. He said the jar had $22.00 dollars inside when he took it. The suspect was charged with an additional charge of theft third.

The Aberdeen Police Officers Guild donated $122.00 dollars to Madilynn’s cause. The donated one hundred along with an extra twenty two dollars to replace the money stolen by the suspect.

The suspect is currently at the City of Aberdeen Jail

If you would like to help Madilynn, a new jar is on the counter at Mike’s Meats. You can also donate to Madilynn’s fund at any Anchor Bank branch, or on their gofundme account.