Burglar steals electronics, leaves behind blood | Sammamish Police Blotter

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Dec. 31

Delinquent students: A teacher at Eastlake High School, located on 228th Avenue Northeast, reported that someone had thrown rocks through two windows of the school.

Jan. 1

New Year’s resolution to bike more: Someone stole a bicycle from a bike rack near the south door of the QFC on Klahanie Drive Southeast at 11:29 a.m. The bike has a medium frame with the words “ground control” on both tires.

Jan. 3

Starting the year on a high note: At 6:30 a.m., a person in the roadway of East Lake Sammamish Parkway was becoming combative. Police determined that the subject, who was speaking gibberish, was under the influence of drugs.

Walk out that door: A person violated a court order at 3:05 p.m. by entering a home on Northeast Sixth Court.

Going postal: At 4:53 p.m., a mailman ran into a mailbox on Northeast 10th Place with his vehicle and knocked it over before driving away. The reporting party did not wish to assist in the prosecution.

Jan. 5

Front yard camp-out: Police received word at 5:45 a.m. that an unknown person was passed out in the front yard of a house on 244th Place Southeast. When police contacted the mysterious sleeper, they found credit cards in his wallet that were not in his name.

Surrender your weapons: After a 4:27 p.m. civil problem at an apartment complex on 240th Way Southeast, firearms were turned over to police for safekeeping.

Blood donor: Sometime before 4:30 p.m., an unknown person burglarized a house on 194th Place Northeast, entering the property by forcing open the rear French doors. The burglar ransacked every room of the house and stole money and electronics, including a video game console. The burglar left behind blood evidence.

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