Tuesday, May 31
Larceny: A woman living on Southeast 16th Place contacted police after discovering jewelry missing from her home and a safe deposit box. The missing items included several pieces of silver and diamond earrings valued at $4,000.
DUI: Sammamish police arrested a 20-year-old man for driving under the influence. He was pulled over for driving suspiciously. When police contacted the driver, they smelled intoxicants and noticed the driver’s watery eyes. The driver admitted to drinking and volunteered for a breath test, blowing a .041. The driver was arrested for DUI as a minor.
Thursday, June 2
Attempted Burglary: An employee of the Madison Apartments on 230th Lane Southeast caught a pair of teenage boys attempting to break into an empty apartment and contacted police. One of the boys lives at the apartments. The employee told the boy that he and his father would be evicted if there were any more problems. The boys were released after their parents were contacted.
Friday, June 3
Vandalism: A Sammamish woman living on 211th Way Northeast contacted police to report that someone had broken a glass cabinet on her front porch. The woman believes the person responsible may have also previously tampered with her fuse box. Police reset a tripped fuse in the box.
Driving While License Revoked: Police arrested a 50-year-old Bellevue man for driving with a suspended license. He was pulled over for failing to stop at a stop sign. A computer check revealed that the man had a suspended license and that he had failed to transfer the title for his recently purchased vehicle.
Controlled Substance Violation: Police were dispatched to after a 15-year-old student was caught with drugs. The student was found with marijuana and gummy candy that might contain LSD. The student was arrested and expelled. Charges are pending lab tests on the candy.
Saturday, June 4
Driving While License Revoked: Police arrested a 25-year-old man for driving with a suspended license after he was pulled over for speeding on Northeast Inglewood Hill Road. The man had a valid Montana driver’s license but was suspended in Washington for unpaid tickets.
Vandalism: A man living on Southeast Third Way contacted police after discovering that someone had spray painted two of his cars, his driveway, and three of his garage doors. Vulgar words were painted on the cars. One of the cars also had two smashed windows and a slashed tire.
Monday, June 6
Burglary: A couple living on East Lake Sammamish Parkway Southeast contacted police after they returned home from an out of town trip and found a broken window near the front door. When they checked inside, they found that the house had been searched. Two 35mm cameras, two laptop computers, and an LCD monitor were missing. Police took prints from the scene.
Vandalism: A woman living on East Lake Sammamish Parkway Southeast contacted police after she discovered that someone had tampered with her car. She had driven to Office Depot in Issaquah. When she tried to start her car to leave, it would not start. She had the car towed to a repair shop and they later informed her that someone had poured karo syrup into her gas tank. Police were able to recover prints from the vehicle.
Drunkenness: Police found a heavily intoxicated 45-year-old man from Roslyn near the on 228th Avenue Southeast. The man had apparently fallen and hit his head and was badly injured. He submitted to a breath test and blew a .287. Police had him transferred for detoxification.
Larceny: A man working at Pine Lake Chiropractic on 228th Avenue Southeast contacted police after discovering that copper pipe had been stolen from one of the building’s air conditioning units.
Tuesday, June 7
Drug Overdose: Police were dispatched to a home on Southeast 24th Way in response to a drug overdose. A man had found his brother lying on the floor of his bedroom. He was not breathing and his skin was grayish in color. The man called 911 and performed CPR. The victim was revived and transferred to Overlake Hospital Medical Center.
Burglary: A man watching his neighbor’s house on 205th Avenue Southeast contacted police after he discovered an open shed next to the guesthouse. A gas-powered lawn mower, leaf blower and pressure washer were missing.
Wednesday, June 8
Fraud: A man living on 211th Avenue Northeast contacted police after T-Mobile notified him that an account had been opened in his name in February.
DUI: Police arrested a man for marijuana possession after he was pulled over for speeding in a school zone near . When police contacted the driver they smelled the marijuana. The man turned over marijuana and a smoking pipe.
Thursday, June 9
Assault: Sammamish police arrested a 34-year-old woman after she got into a physical altercation with her parents, with whom she was living with on 204th Avenue Northeast.
Friday, June 10
Fraud: A Sammamish man living on Southeast 25th Street contacted police after discovering that his Visa card had been frozen. The man contacted his bank and was informed that they were concerned over a $1,094.06 charge to Air Canada. The man said that he never made the charge and that he still has the card in his possession.
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