Person vandalizes fence by climbing over it | Sammamish Police Blotter

Police incidents from Jan. 8-13.

  • Friday, January 19, 2018 4:02pm
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Sammamish Police Department. File photo

Sammamish Police Department. File photo

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

Jan. 8

Harassment at high school: An anti-harassment order was served at 7:27 a.m. at Eastlake High School, located on 228th Avenue Northeast.

Pushing and shoving: Police were called to a juvenile disturbance at Eastlake at 9 a.m. One student had pushed the shoulder of another student.

Jan. 9

Vampires: During an argument at 7:54 p.m., a woman scratched her boyfriend on his neck with her fingernail. The altercation took place in a home on 239th Place Northeast.

Jan. 10

On the fence about it: A person damaged a backyard fence on Southeast 13th Street by climbing over it, which caused the sections to pull apart. The damage was discovered by the resident, who returned home from work at 4:10 p.m. It was determined that the damage will cost under $1,500.

Jan. 12

What a tool: Police were sent to a hazard on Southeast Issaquah-Fall City Road at 7:31 a.m. A small batch of hand tools was sitting in the middle of the road. Police guessed that the tools fell out of a vehicle. The tools were collected and are being held under found property at the police station.

Hands up: At 1:45 p.m., a resident of Southeast 20th Street told police that he had been court-ordered to surrender a firearm. He produced paperwork from King County Superior Court confirming this.

Jan. 13

Auto theft: A vehicle was noticed stolen from an apartment complex on Southeast Klahanie Boulevard at 10:05 a.m. The owner went to drive the car and noticed that it was gone. It had last been driven and parked at about 7 p.m. on Jan. 10. The vehicle had been locked, and the owner had had all sets of keys in their possession.

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