Friday, Nov. 18
Larceny: A man living on East Lake Sammamish Parkway Southeast contacted police after discovering that his mailbox had been stolen.
Monday, Nov. 21
Burglary: A woman living on 208th Avenue Northeast contacted police after she noticed that two pairs of boots had been stolen from her washroom. One pair was valued at $500, the other at $490. There were no signs of forced entry. Police believe that the suspect may have entered through the garage, gotten into the washroom and then been scared off by the dog in the house.
DUI: Police arrested a 17-year-old Issaquah girl for suspicion of drunk driving after she was pulled over for speeding (57 mph in a 35 mph zone) and driving without her headlights on.
Police first noticed the vehicle driving without headlights at night near Southeast 42nd Street and the Issaquah-Pine Lake Road. Police pulled the vehicle over and approached the driver, who immediately launched into a tearful apology, saying something about the vehicle behind tailgating her. A strong odor of perfume made it difficult to smell alcohol but police did notice the girl’s bloodshot eyes.
When asked where she was coming from, the girl initially said Issaquah, but quickly changed her answer to Fall City. She admitted to drinking a little and volunteered for field sobriety tests.
Once she was out of the car police could clearly smell alcohol. She failed part of the field tests and was placed under arrest. She was taken to the Sammamish substation, where she eventually provided two Breathalyzer samples, blowing a .079 and a .083. The girl was later released to her mother.
Tuesday, Nov. 22
Assault: Police were contacted after a 15-year-old student was repeatedly stabbed with a pencil while riding the school bus home. The boy had puncture wounds on his right arm that were covered with bandages, bite marks on his right wrist, and a puncture wound on his left hand that required stitches. The boy said that he didn’t know why he was attacked but said that it had happened before. Police suspected that he knew more than he was willing to say.
Vandalism: A man living on 200th Avenue Southeast contacted police after he discovered that his vehicle’s rear window had been shattered by a rock overnight.
Larceny: A woman living on 236th Avenue Northeast contacted police after discovering that her car had been broken into overnight. Her purse and its contents were stolen.
Accident, Non-Injury: A man contacted police after he hit a deer that had been standing in the middle of the road near Southeast Duthie Hill Road and 266th Avenue Southeast.
Wednesday, Nov. 23
Vandalism: A man living on 229th Place Northeast contacted police after discovering that his vehicle’s driver’s side rear window had been shattered overnight. Nothing was stolen.
Thursday, Nov. 24
Larceny: A couple living on Southeast 30th Street contacted police after a set of wheels and tires they had stored outside their home was stolen. The pair witnessed a truck driving away from their home with the wheels in back and were able to provide police with the license plate number.
Friday, Nov. 25
Larceny: A man living on 222nd Place Southeast contacted police after his sister’s car was broken into and an iPod was stolen. The man reported the incident on behalf of his sister, who was out of town.
Larceny: A woman living on 191st Place Northeast contacted police after she discovered that her car had been broken into overnight. A portable GPS unit was stolen.