Police Blotter for Jan. 29

January 28, 2014

By Staff

Unwholesome substance

Officers made contact with a subject Jan. 8 in the 700 block of Northeast Blakely Drive. The man stated he was homeless and somehow it appeared that his human waste deposit bucket and bags emptied in the parking lot. Eastside Fire & Rescue responded and used their water hoses to dispose of the waste.


Missing wallet

A woman reported someone took her wallet from her purse while she was shopping at the Pine Lake QFC at about 1 p.m. Jan. 9.

Tired of it

Police received a report of 12 stolen tires from multiple Ford F-150s in the 1500 block of 18th Avenue Northwest on Jan. 10. The reported estimated loss was $7,000.


Found the mail

A Sammamish woman reported finding a pile of mail in a lot near the intersection of 215th Place Southeast and Southeast 20th Street the morning of Jan. 10. There was mail there from nine different homes in the area. Police took custody of the mail, most of which was “junk.”


Her bark is worse than her music

Police were dispatched to the 900 block of Northeast Park Drive Jan. 10 for a report of a female screaming, laughing and barking loudly. Officers made contact with her sitting in her vehicle. She said she was just listening to music and everything was OK.


Party time

Responding to a report of a party in the 4200 block of 206th Avenue Southeast at 10:10 p.m. Jan. 11, an officer noticed a vehicle with three teenage girls in it. They had a bottle of gin, and gave it to the officer when asked. One girl said she’d had a sip of the gin, which the officer found consistent with the amount missing from the bottle. He contacted her parents, who came to pick her up. Since the girl was cooperative and did not appear drunk, he let her off with a warning. The gin was disposed of.


Drug problem

Police contacted a man in the 600 block of First Avenue Northeast on Jan. 12 about a drug problem in the area of the men’s bathroom. The man said he is finding syringes in the area of the bathroom as well as other drug-related items. He said it has become a ongoing problem.


Car break-in

A woman reported that someone entered her vehicle in the 21400 block of Southeast 35th Way overnight Jan. 12 and took a change container with about $10 in it. There were no signs of forced entry.


Not a false alarm

A woman said someone broke into two of her cars in the 3600 block of 212th Place Southeast in the wee hours of Jan. 13. She said she had heard a neighbor’s car alarm go off at about 2:30 a.m., but thought nothing of it and went back to sleep. At 7 a.m., she discovered the cars had been entered. Nothing was taken.


Ski equipment stolen

A report of stolen skis, bindings, clothes and a garage door opener was received by police Jan. 13 in the 1000 block of Front Street South. The estimated loss was $970.


Turn on the lights

A car was driving without its lights on at 4:45 a.m. Jan. 14 on East Lake Sammamish Parkway Southeast. An officer pulled the car over, at which point the driver turned on the lights. The officer found the driver had a suspended license, and a warrant for driving with a suspended license. She was taken to jail and the car was impounded.


Stolen Toyota

Police received a report of a stolen 1991 Toyota Corolla in the 300 block of Northwest Dogwood Street Jan. 15. The estimated loss was $2,000.


Stolen PT Cruiser

Police received a report of a stolen 2003 Chrysler PT Cruiser in the 1700 block of 10th Avenue Northeast Jan. 15. The estimated loss was $8,000.


Stolen Nissan

Police received a report of a stolen white Nissan 350Z in the 1000 block of Northwest Gilman Boulevard Jan. 15. The estimated loss was $17,000.


Warrant arrest

At about 11:08 p.m. Jan. 15, a police officer noticed a car traveling on Issaquah-Pine Lake road with its center brake light out. When the officer pulled the car over, he recognized the driver and his girlfriend, both of whom he said he knows to be heroin addicts. When he ran their information, the driver came back with no problems, but the female passenger had a warrant for criminal solicitation and a second warrant for driving with a suspended license. The man was released; the woman was taken to jail.


Stolen car

Police received a report of a stolen 1996 Honda Accord in the 200 block of Wildwood Boulevard Southwest Jan. 16. The estimated loss was $2,000.


Vehicle break-in

Police received a report of a stolen cell phone, stereo and cash from a 1993 Jeep Grand Cherokee in the 200 block of Southwest Clark Street Jan. 16. The estimated loss was $805.


Buzzed busing

Officers contacted a man drinking a beer in the bus stop Jan. 21 in the 100 block of East Sunset Way. They asked him if he knew he wasn’t supposed to drink in public and he said he didn’t know. He immediately placed the beer in a garbage can.


Never forget

A man contacted the police in the City Hall lobby Jan. 22 and stated that he was trying to get a protection order against his ex-girlfriend from 20 years ago.


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