Suspect trespassed from skate park after sexual comments to minors | Police blotter

Sammamish police blotter for June 30 through July 7.

  • Wednesday, July 11, 2018 10:30am
  • Life

Saturday, July 7

Larceny: A victim reported that a suspect had entered their locked SUV and stole their Zune music player on the 23700 block of SE 36th Lane.

Friday, July 6

Larceny: A victim reported that tools were stolen from her garage that was secured by tarps on the 2900 block of East Lake Sammamish Way.

Thursday, July 5

Larceny: An unknown suspect stole a bicycle off of a front porch on the 23200 block of NE 16th Place. The bicycle was chained to a pillar and the chain was cut.

Burglary: A specialized bike was removed from a detached garage on the 5200 block of 192nd place NE.

Larceny: An unlocked vehicle was prowled on the 22900 block of NE 27th Place.

Wednesday, July 4

Child Luring: A 23-year-old suspect was trespassed from the City of Sammamish Skate Park after he made sexual explicit comments to multiple minors on scene who reported it to police at the July 4 event.

Saturday, June 30

Larceny: Unknown juveniles stole an e-cig vape from a homeless man at the Klahanie QFC.

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