Stolen ipads, residential burglary, assault | Sammamish Police Blotter

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.

April 27

Stolen ipads: An unknown person stole eight ipads and two tablets from Beaver Lake Middle School, which is located at 25025 SE 32nd St, the school reported.

April 28

Burglary: An unknown person burglarized a home in the 19800 block of SE 24th Way by entering through an unlocked side garage door.

Child abuse: A resident in the 2100 block of 220th Place NE reported finding bite marks and bruises on their child after she was picked up from the babysitter’s house.

April 30

Another stolen ipad: Someone stole a bag containing an ipad from an unsecured trunk and clothing from within the unsecured vehicle in the 24200 block of SE 47th St. The vehicle was parked in the driveway.

Unoccupied: Someone broke out plywood covering the door to an unoccupied house in the 700 block of 214th Ave. SE. The house has been broken into several times in the last two years.

May 2

Seat belt: Police stopped a driver in the 600 block of 228th Ave. NE for driving without a seat belt. The driver was found to be driving with a suspended license.

May 4

Trespass: A male violated an existing Sammamish trespass order when he visited a residence in the 3700 block of 247th Ave. SE on May 4 and April 27.

May 5

Found ipod: Someone reported finding an ipad in the street in the 22600 NE 20th Place.

Burglary: An unknown male burglarized a residence in the 3800 block of Klahanie Dr. SE in the Summerwalk neighborhood. Nothing was reported stolen.

Father-son fight: An argument between a father and his 16-year-old son turned physical in the 300 block of 207th Ave. NE. The father reportedly held down his son and punched him several times.

May 6

Assault: An 19-year-old male reportedly hit his 18-year-old girlfriend in the jaw in the 2400 block of 233rd Place NE.

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