Man reported for ‘nonsexual touching’ in tanning salon | Sammamish police blotter Jan. 24-30

Reports were taken from King County Sheriff's Office incident logs

Sammamish Police Department

The blotter consists of Sammamish police officers’ accounts of crimes and other incidents in the city. Persons arrested are presumed innocent unless proven guilty in a court of law.


Jan. 24

STOLEN PROPERTY: Sammamish police responded to a reported suspicious, occupied vehicle in the 300block of 210th Court SE. When police contacted the driver, they found stolen property inside the vehicle.

NONSEXUAL TOUCHING: A customer at the Desert Sun Tanning Salon located at 714 228th Ave. NE reportedly made employees feel uncomfortable with inappropriate comments and nonsexual touching.

Jan. 26

HIT, RUN: A driver under the influence in the 22500 block of SE 30th St. hit a tree and failed to report the incident to police.

Jan. 27

TEAR IT UP: A caller reported someone drove through the victim’s lawn in the 1300 block of 224th PlaceNE, tearing it up.

POWER WASHER: A caller reported a suspicious male walking down Southeast Klahanie Drive with a power washer.

COCAINE: Police stopped a vehicle in the 3700 block of Issaquah-Pine Lake Road SE. The driver, who appeared to have cocaine inside the vehicle, recorded a 0.171 and 0.168 blood alcohol level.

Jan. 28

ASSAULT: A resident in the 4500 block of Klahanie Drive SE reported an ex-boyfriend drank vodka and became aggressive with the victim’s children. The ex broke a table and pulled one of the children. When the caller tried to phone 911, the ex attempted to break her phone and shoved her against the door handle. Police booked the man into Issaquah Jail.

GRABBED: A resident in the 4500 block of Klahanie Drive SE reported an unknown person came to the victim’s door and grabbed the victim’s sweatshirt when he opened the door.

Jan. 29

SPEEDING: Sammamish police stopped a driver suspected of being intoxicated in the 800 block of E. LakeSammamish Parkway. The driver refused to take a breath test; police arrested the person, drew blood and booked the driver for driving under the influence.

Jan. 30

THEFT: A resident in the 4100 block of 225th Place SE reported someone had stolen items from his or her unlocked vehicle.


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