Thursday, Nov. 22
Noise complaint: A resident of an apartment at the 22500 Block of SE 56th St. called police because the neighbor above them was stomping on the floor. They had already notified management; police resolved the issue by contact.
Rolling Log theft: An iPhone and wallet were stolen at the Rolling Log Tavern on Sunset Way.
Storage unit issues: Police received a report from one party on the 6000 block of E Lake Sammamish Parkway that some items had been put in his unit-some that he had previously reported taken and a poster that didn’t belong to him. Meanwhile, police talked to a man pushing a shopping cart with a TV and a computer tower along Newport Way and NW Dogwood Street. He had retrieved them from his own storage unit.
Ford stolen: Police took a report of a 2006 Ford Flatbed truck stolen from the 1000 block of Lake Drive.
Friday, Nov. 23
Theft at Costco: A 62-year-old Bellevue man was arrested for theft at Costco.
Argument at Joker: The officer on duty was flagged down by a bouncer at the Joker around 6:30 p.m. to investigate a possible domestic violence issue in progress. It turned out a husband and wife were arguing, and a third party who was uninvolved had slipped and fallen.
Hit and Run: Police responded to a hit and run of an unoccupied car on the 800 block of Lake Drive.
Saturday, Nov. 24
Purses left on bench: Someone reported seeing several purses on a bench at the 600 block of NW Gilman Blvd. The officer checked them all; they appeared to be trash and were empty.
Almost got the iPhone thief: Police responded to a woman who said she was tracking her stolen iPhone in the cloud; he met her and they went to the location, but were unable to locate the phone.
Assault at Fred Meyer: A 33-year-old North Bend man was arrested for assaulting a Fred Meyer employee. The man was wanted on other warrants, also.
Unfriendly cashier: A woman reported that the cashier at a 76 station on E. Lake Sammamish Parkway was not polite to her during an argument revolving around a parking issue and told her to “shut Up”. She complained that he was biased against women and asked the police to seize surveillance video to show how he treated her. The officer reported that the issue was resolved by contact.
Sunday, Nov. 25
Horn had a mind of its own: An officer responded to a car horn sounding on the 600 Block of NW Juniper street. It stopped shortly after the officer arrived. The owner of the car told the officer that the car had done that once before.