Stolen vehicles, missing morphine and trashy school busses | Sammamish Blotter June 2-10

  • Monday, June 19, 2017 3:56pm
  • News

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

June 2

PROWLER: Someone gained access to an unlocked vehicle in the 23400 block of Northeast 23rd Street around 2 p.m.

June 3

DRUG PARAPHERNALIA: A 16-year-old brought drug paraphernalia to the Sammamish Police Department, 801 228th Ave. SE, for disposal.

June 4

STOLEN VEHICLE: Someone stole a vehicle for the Highland Gardens Apartments, in the 4500 block of Klahanie Drive Southeast, parking lot.

June 5

TRASHY: Someone entered the fenced Plateau Transporation Facility, 3402 228th Ave. SE, where the Issaquah School District houses several school buses and entered approximately six buses and left garbage behind.

GLASSES: Someone broke into a vehicle parked in the 22800 block of Southeast 41 Court and took glasses from within the vehicle.

BURGLARY: A resident in the 1900 block of 245th Avenue Southeast reported that within the last week someone had entered his garage and stole items.

LARCENY: Someone entered an unlocked vehicle in the 4000 block of 230th Place Southeast and stole $35 from the coin tray. Nothing else was reported missing.

June 6

ARREST: A caller reported a suspicious vehicle in the 3800 block of Klahanie Drive Southeast, an area of recent prowls and burglaries. Police arrested the driver of the suspicious vehicle on a warrant.

June 7

DUI: Police took a blood draw for alcohol levels after finding a driver drifting out of consciousness while driving. The driver was idling at in the 2900 block of Issaquah-Pine Lake Road Southeast at the QFC parking lot.

LARCENY: Someone entered an unlocked vehicle in the 24000 block of Southeast 47 Place and riffled through the glove box and center console. The person stole a Leatherman tool.

June 8

MORPHINE: Police responded to an adult family home in the 20100 block of Southeast 23rd Street to a report that someone had stolen morphine from the main medicine cabinet.

STOLEN VEHICLE: Someone stole a vehicle from the Klahanie Shopping Center in the 4500 block of Klahanie Drive. The vehicle was parked in the parking lot overnight.

June 10

SIMPLE ASSAULT: A man in the 24500 block of Northeast Third Place reportedly pushed his wife down and kicked her on the right forearm causing scratches and burning. The incident was not reported at the time it occurred.

More in News

Richard Sanford publishes his fifth book, “The Soul Snatchers.” Courtesy photo
Issaquah author publishes new sci-fi novel

30-year Issaquah resident, Richard Sanford, publishes fifth novel.

Issaquah secures funding from state legislature

The city of Issaquah has received funding for three major projects from the state legislature.

Tasting room proposal could redefine alcohol production in King County

Pilot program would benefit wineries, breweries and distilleries. Several farmers are concerned.

In a 2015 report from the Washington State Department of Ecology, King County’s Cedar Hills Regional Landfill received 53,739 tons of of plastic bags and wrap from housing and commercial sources alone. File photo/Sound Publishing
No good solution to the plastics problem

Plastic is piling up everywhere from King County to ocean floors, and humans keep making more.

Community leaders remember Sally and Peter Jarvis

Community members shared their experiences with the Jarvis’ after they died in a collision on May 29.

Citizens recognized at 40th annual Community Awards

Students, volunteers, and business owners received awards for their dedication to the community.

Madison Miller / staff photo
                                Gibson Ek High School seniors Dana DeWhitt, Jaime Cao and Josh Feinsilber are three of the 18 inaugural graduating class.
Gibson Ek to graduate inaugural class

Gibson Ek is one of eight Big Picture schools in the state.

Sources say Issaquah is “ toxically dysfunctional”

The city’s problems may not just be in its finance department.

Courtesy photo
King County homelessness count shows 17 percent decrease overall

Decreases are not even among different demographics.

Most Read