Issaquah Police Blotter
Friday, May 25
“Urban outfitters”: A car prowl was reported to Issaquah Police, with items such as cleaning supplies, a blanket, a first aid kit, lantern and sunglasses stolen for the 2011 Honda Fit, aournd the 5000 bock of NW Vilage Park Drive.
Disorderly conduct: 41-year-old Seattle resident Edward D. Bland was arrested for disorderly conduct after a fight at the 1700 Block of 10th Avenue NW.
Wednesday, May 30
Malicious mischief: A company t E. Lake Sammamish Parkway and Southeat 62nd reported graffiti on the building, with coast about $77 to remove.
Panhandling: A man was panhandling next ot a business on the 1500 block of NW Gilman Boulevard and asking customers for money as they walked into the store. Police gave him a warning.
Road Rage redux: A man who’s home is on the 500 block of Lingering Pine Drive NW called police to report that he had been confronted at his house by a man he had had a previous road-rage run in with. The confrontation was apparently regarding the previous incident, which happened in February.
Recovered vehicle: A 1999 Toyota Camry that had been stolen was recovered at the 1800 block of 15th Place NW
“Suspicious” police car: A woman called police around 10:30 pm. To report a suspicious vehicle in her neighborhood, around the 500 Block of Lingering Pine Drive NW. The officer on patrol called the woman back to let her know it was his patrol car that she was seeing.
Thursday, May 31
Stolen car: A 2004 Infiniti G35 was stolen from around the 1600 block of NW Gilman Boulevard. The car’s value is estimated at $15,000.
Alcohol theft: A store on the 1000 Block of Gilman Boulevard reported a theft of $600 in alcohol.
Unlawful solicitation: Police warned a solicitor for soliciting without a license on the 5300 block of 232nd Avenue NE.
Reckless driving: Police stopped a woman on SW Clark Street after seeing her on Renton-Issaquah Road SE near NW Talus Drive. The woman did not have her young daughter properly seatbelted, and officers discovered she had only a learner’s permit. She was “sternly warned” according the report.