September 17, 2013
A Sammamish man in the 23400 block of Southeast 24th Street called to report someone had broken into his house between 8 a.m. and 10:05 p.m. Aug. 26. A police officer thinks the suspect gained access through an unlocked door. The home had goods thrown all over the place, but nothing seemed damaged. The person made off with a silver cigarette case and tablet computer worth a combined $1,150. The officer noted gloved prints bearing a honeycomb pattern. The officer was also able to recover some fingerprints.
Sometime between 8:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m., someone attempted to enter a home in the 3000 block of 251st Avenue Southeast. The person smashed a window panel from a door, and also tried to open a window. Police found markings left by gloves with a honeycomb pattern. Nothing was taken, and it seems the person did not enter the home.
Residents of a shared home in the 24200 block of Southeast 24th Street reported someone had broken into the home and ransacked several rooms between 11 a.m. and 1:15 p.m. Aug. 26. Five people share the home. Common areas are shared, but each resident has a locked room to himself or herself. Three of the rooms were broken into and ransacked while two were left alone. It seems the suspects left a hookah in one of the rooms, as none of the residents admitted it belonged to them. In total, $4,709.25 in goods was reported missing.
September 10, 2013
Sweet tooth, hard liquor
A North Bend 19-year-old was arrested Aug. 23 for a theft in progress in the 700 block of Northwest Gilman Boulevard. A total of $74.83 in alcohol and candy was recovered.
Police received a suspicious report Aug. 25 of an unknown white substance in the 200 block of Northwest Holly Street. Police poured water on the suspected baking powder or flour, which dissipated it into nothing.
Police received a theft report Aug. 26 in the 700 block of Northwest Gilman Boulevard. A 24-year-old Kirkland female was arrested and $224.86 was recovered in DVDs, notebooks and lighters.
September 3, 2013
At 2:22 a.m. Aug. 21, police were making a check of the area behind QFC where they found three teens, two males and an unconscious female. The males said they had gotten the girl drunk and were caring for her. One of the males seemed drunk, too. The officer called the girl’s mother and for medical assistance. Once she was cleared by medics, she was released to her mother. One boy was taken home to his grandparents and the other was sent on his way and advised not to drive his vehicle.
A woman reported her husband had hit her in the head and she was having trouble hearing. Her husband had controlled her wrists and shoved her head onto the bed, leaving marks. She and her husband both said they had kicked each other earlier in the evening, but gave differing accounts about who kicked who first. The man was arrested for assault. At that point, the woman said she did not want him arrested and said she wanted to know how she might protect him.
August 27, 2013
Between 10 p.m. Aug. 5 and 8 a.m. Aug. 6, someone broke into a car in the garage of a home in the 1800 block of Trossachs Boulevard Southeast. They took about $35 in cash and goods, and a corporate ID badge.
Workers near the intersection of Southeast 37th Street and 201st Court Southeast flagged down an officer at about 9:45 a.m. Aug. 6. They reported someone had made off with about 40 gallons of diesel fuel the previous night.
August 20, 2013
Open garage door
Between midnight and 12:08 a.m. Aug. 1, someone went into an open garage in the 2600 block of Southeast 23rd Place and took a remote control car, battery and charger worth about $400. The homeowner had pulled into the driveway as it was happening and saw a male, about 5 feet, 8 inches tall wearing a black hooded sweatshirt with the hood up and either baggy, dark jeans or sweatpants, flee. The suspect hopped into a nearby vehicle and drove off
Out of service dog
A manager at Fred Meyer, 6100 E. Lake Sammamish Parkway, called to report a disturbance by a customer who was refusing to leave the store Aug. 2. Police arrived and found the female in the store with a service animal, which relieved itself in the store. Officers spoke with the female about the mess.
August 13, 2013
Tree on wire
On July 27, in the 500 block of Southwest Ellerwood Street, police officers were dispatched regarding a tree that was hanging on the power lines. The tree was blocking the roadway. While en route, officers were advised that the tree caught fire and firefighters were also dispatched.
Between 9:30 p.m. July 27 and 11 a.m. July 28, someone smashed the window of a car parked in a driveway in the 3000 block of 218th Avenue Southeast and took a Garmin GPS unit worth about $100. The owner had been woken by the car alarm at about 5:30 a.m. and thought he/she heard a motorcycle drive away, but did not investigate. He/she thought it had been a neighbor’s motorcycle, but that neighbor was asleep at the time and not using his motorcycle.
Don’t bring a hose to a rock fight
On July 27, someone reported that a woman sprayed his wife with a water house in the 200 block of Southwest Francis Lane. Police spoke with the neighbor who denied spraying her and stated the reporting person had thrown rocks at her.
This is a skate-up
Police received a report July 28 in the 900 block of Northeast Ingram Way of two males carrying rifles down the street. The father and son who made the report said the two males came from the bridge off of the Issaquah Highlands Park & Ride. The males were carrying skateboards.
August 6, 2013
Officers were dispatched July 20 in the 500 block of East Sunset Way to a report of an adult male “flipping people off” while walking. The man was not wearing a shirt.
Important to have a plan
Police received a report July 20 in the 300 block of Northwest Dogwood Street of a man knocking on neighbor’s doors because he had run out of Pepsi Max and needed someone to go to the store to restock. The man told responding police that he needed Pepsi Max for energy because he had several things to do.
July 30, 2013
Police responded when a homeowner in the 1800 block of 216th Avenue Southeast reported someone had egged his car. The man had gotten the vehicle’s license plate number. The homeowner had tried to stop the car, but it swerved around him. He wanted the incident reported in case of possible retaliation. An officer advised him to wash the car so the eggs would not do any damage.
Someone made a 2-foot scratch in the front left fender of a vehicle at the Madison Apartments between 6:30 and 9 p.m. July 7.
July 23, 2013
At about 8:34 p.m. July 3, someone set off a sparkler bomb in the 4500 block of 230th Way Southeast. The caller who made the report says they have an idea of who it was, after several juveniles identified the suspect. They reported the suspect had made several sparkler bombs and had been setting them off in Sammamish and Klahanie. The homeowners hope to contact the suspect’s parents and handle the matter civilly.
Attempted color bomb
Someone taped together fireworks, a PVC pipe, a sparkler and several cans of spray paint and set off the device sometime July 4 or 5 near second base at a field at Beaver Lake Park. They had also detonated a firework inside a garbage can.
July 16, 2013
A married couple called to report their credit card was used without their knowledge between 8 a.m. June 27 and 6 p.m. June 28. Someone had charged $142.24 at American Eagle Outfitters via the Internet. The clerk at the store would not say where the package was being shipped, but confirmed it was not being sent to the couple’s home. When a police officer called, the store asked for a letter to be faxed on city letterhead with details of the information the officer was requesting.
A police officer responded after a woman reported items were missing from her tool shed in the 4300 bock of Issaquah-Pine Lake Road between 3 p.m. June 26 and 9 a.m. June 27. Most of the items were found nearby, on the other side of a fence in an adjacent condo complex. Still missing were a chainsaw, wine openers and an air compressor. The shed is secluded, and the woman suspects that only someone who knew of its existence would have thought to break into it.