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Issaquah Police Blotter: Bear Struck and Killed on Front Street

The following information is compiled from Issaquah Police Reports for Nov. 16-22. Where an arrest is noted, it does not indicate a conviction.

Friday, Nov. 16

Purse not stolen: Police responded to a report of a stolen purse, but it was found to be misplaced inside the woman’s house.

Cash taken from unlocked car: A resident reported that cash and items were taken from his unlocked car on the 6100 block of E Lake Sammamish Parkway SE.

Package theft: A parcel was stolen from the front porch of a house on the 4500 block of 192nd Ave SE.

Too much of a bad thing: A woman was found face first on wet pavement behind a bush at the 100 block of 1st ave NW, apparently on the edge of overdosing on an illegal substance. She was transported to Swedish for observation.

Vehicle prowl: A car window was broken and a purse taken on the 5700 block of E Lake Sammamish Parkway SE.

Bear hit by car: A bear was hit by an unidentified car and killed on the 1200 block of Front Street S. The animal was dead when police arrived.

Monday, Nov. 19

Vehicle prowl: Police responded to a report of a car window broken and three coats taken on the 18400 block of Montreux Drive.

Vehicle prowl: Nearby, A GPS and some cd's were taken from an unlocked car on the 18100 block of Montreux Drive.

Traffic Hazard: All three lanes on Ave. NW and Maple Street were blocked briefly by a fallen tree. Police cleared two lanes and called WSDOT was called for cleanup.

Diapers stolen: An Issaquah resident reported a box of diapers was stolen from the porch of a house on the 1400 Block of 26th Ave SE.

Unruly bus passenger: Police responded to a report of an assault on a bus driver at NW Village Park Drive and Alpen Glow Place. It turned out to be a developmentally disabled child who had slipped out of her seatbelt and was noncompliant.

Tuesday, Nov. 20

Theft: A juvenile was arrested for stealing a Play Station and 10 games on the 900 block of Greenwood Boulevard SW.

Kids call 911: Police responded to a 911 call, and found two children playing at home with their babysitter. The boy admitted trying to trick his sister about calling the police, and accidentally dialing 911. When the police called back, the sister answered and hung up the phone.

Missing child playing hooky: A woman reported that her 10 year old never showed up at school. Police found the boy playing with two other boys at the apartment complex.

Wednesday, Nov. 21

Laptop Stolen: On the 23300 block of SE 48th Street, a laptop was stolen from a home after the burglar entered through an unlocked door.

Theft at Target: A 33-year-old Sammamish man was arrested for theft at the Issaquah Target store.

Thursday, Nov. 22

Suspicious bears, looking for Thanksgiving leftovers?: An Issaquah resident called police to report a disturbance outside her home at the 400 block of SW Forest Place. Officers found two bears wandering around the front yard of the residence, and dispatch told the woman that was probably the noise she heard.

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