Saturday, Sept. 10
Auto Theft: A man living on Southeast 16th Place contacted police after discovering that his Dodge truck had been stolen from his driveway overnight. The man believes that he may have left the truck unlocked with the keys in it. A neighbor reported seeing a light blue SUV driving up and down the road seven or eight times while the - football game was being played.
Monday, Sept. 12
Burglary: A man living on 195th Avenue Southeast contacted police after he discovered that his home had been burglarized while he was out with some friends. A bass guitar, beach towel, digital camera, cigar humidor containing 40 cigars, a desktop computer, an external hard drive, an iMac computer, laptop speakers, a computer monitor, silverware, a vacuum cleaner, and watches were stolen, totaling $10,600 in missing items.
The man says that he lives alone and always locks the door. He found a screen missing from a second floor guest bedroom window that overlooks the garage roof. The man believes that he may know the suspect.
Tuesday, Sept. 13
Larceny: A woman living on 239th Way Southeast contacted police after discovering that several items had been stolen from her unlocked car. A digital camera, cooler, earrings, GPS unit, ring, sunglasses were stolen.
Wednesday, Sept. 14
Physical Control: Police arrested a 22-year-old Edmonds man after they were dispatched to a large house party on 279th Drive Southeast after the homeowner reported that the number of people showing up had gotten out of hand and he wanted help. When police approached the scene, they found approximately 200 cars parked along the roadway and about 50 young males standing outside the house and waiting to enter. Police began to escort people off the premises and caught one very impaired man trying to sneak back in. They turned him away. They later found him attempting to drive away in a car and immediately stopped him. The man blew a .146 on the Breathalyzer and was transported to the Sammamish sub station, where his grandparents later picked him up. Police marked his license and impounded his car.
Physical Control: Police arrested a 48-year-old woman after a passerby spotted her passed out and naked in the front seat of her car near the Safeway on 228th Avenue Northeast. When police approached the vehicle the woman responded and said that she was fine. A deputy recognized her from previous drunken encounters. When police pointed out that she was naked, the woman grabbed a piece of clothing and covered up. Police noticed an empty vodka bottle near the car and asked the woman if she had been drinking. She denied drinking and volunteered for a Breathalyzer test, blowing a 0.234. Police believe the woman bought at least a pint of vodka from the nearby liquor store, drank all of it and then for some unknown reason removed all of her clothes. The woman was taken to the hospital for detoxification.
Thursday, Sept. 15
Reckless Driving: Police arrested a 41-year-old Sammamish woman for reckless driving and driving under the influence after she was pulled over for speeding on Issaquah-Pine Lake Road. Police initially spotted two vehicles speeding close together in line and chased after them. The second vehicle in line was clocked at 73 mph in a 35-mph zone. Police were able to get the second vehicle to pull over and attempted to pursue the first but soon lost it and returned to the second vehicle.
When police asked the woman driving the second vehicle if she knew the person driving the first she said no, and said that the other driver had cut her off in the Issaquah Highlands and that upset her. So, she sped after him. Police said that she was surprised when she was told how fast she was going.
Police smelled intoxicants when they questioned the woman and asked if she had been drinking. She admitted to drinking one glass of wine two hours earlier. The woman volunteered for field sobriety tests and failed them. When police asked if she would volunteer for a Breathalyzer test she was indecisive and asked the deputy what she should do. The deputy then arrested her on the basis of the failed field sobriety tests, at which point she consented to the Breathalyzer test and blew a .086.
The woman was transported to the Sammamish sub station and eventually taken home. The first vehicle was never found.
Violation of Court Orders: A 48-year-old Sammamish woman was arrested for trying to contact her son at his home in violation of a no contact order. The woman was drunk at the time and her attempt was immediately reported to police.
Custodial Interference: A man living in the Knolls Apartments contacted police after he returned home from work and found a note in which his girlfriend of three years said that she had taken their newborn child to Florida to visit her mother. The man feared that the newborn may have been kidnapped because his girlfriend took a significant amount of her personal belongings and childcare items. He described his girlfriend as being unstable and said that she has mood swings. Police advised him to contact his girlfriend and determine her intentions.
Friday, Sept. 16
Burglary: An employee at contacted police after a 15-year-old former student was caught stealing from the boy’s locker room. The boy fled from the locker room but was eventually caught. He admitted to stealing $5 from an open gym bag. The boy was given a trespass warning letter.
Burglary: A Sammamish man living on Northeast 31st Way contacted police after he discovered that several items were stolen from two of his cars overnight when he accidentally left the garage door open. A briefcase, an iPod Nano, $60 in cash, an iPad 2, a wallet and credit cards were stolen.
Saturday, Sept. 17
Burglary: A man living in Colona Square contacted police after discovering the theft of several items from an apartment. Two laptop computers, various video games, two purses, a bracelet, a cell phone, clothes, debit cards, earrings, makeup, a military ID, necklaces, a Wii video game console, shoes, driver’s license, wallet and wedding rings were stolen, totaling $5,340 in missing items.
Larceny: A man living on 237th Avenue Southeast contacted police after he discovered that several items had been stolen from his unlocked vehicle. A computer bag with computer components, phone chargers and a box of checks were stolen.
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