Police & Fire
May 13, 2014
Suspicious event results in arrest
At about 10:45 a.m. April 13, a resident reported an unknown woman knocked on her door and claimed to be there to pick up an item advertised on craigslist. The woman acted strangely, and left in a Mercedes station wagon driven by a man. While traveling to the location, an officer saw the vehicle and stopped it on Southeast 228th Avenue. The driver was arrested for having a misdemeanor warrant in Renton. He and the female passenger said they’d gone to the home to buy an iPad, but determined it was the wrong address.
Police received a noise complaint in the 3200 block of Northeast Harrison Drive on April 11, of a worker listening to talk radio. The worker said he would turn it down and listen to his iPod.
Broken car windows
Two cars were vandalized in the 2200 block of Northwest Sammamish Road on April 12. An estimated $150 was lost from a damaged window on a white Honda Pilot and $150 was estimated lost from a damaged window on a blue 2012 Ford F-150.
An intoxicated subject waiting for a taxi got into a citizen’s car and waited in the passenger seat April 12 in the 100 block of East Sunset Way. He said he thought it was a taxi. A taxi took the subject to his residence in Seattle.
Threats at the park
A man called police at 7:35 p.m. April 13 to report three juvenile males drinking and being rowdy at Pine Lake Park. The man said he had confronted the juveniles, asking them if they were old enough to drink. One teen then threatened to push the man in the lake, said he had pending assault charges and said he was going back to his car to get his “clip.” The man suggested the teens be banned form the park. An officer searched the area but found no one matching the description.
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A man reported his car in the 4700 block of 227th Place Southeast was broken into overnight April 13. He said nothing was missing. He said he thought he had locked the vehicle but neither he nor the officer could find signs of forced entry.
The Press publishes names of those charged with felony crimes. Information comes directly from local police reports.