Subject falls asleep and runs boat into dock | Police blotter

The Sammamish police blotter for June 3-8.

  • Wednesday, June 13, 2018 8:30am
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Friday, June 8

Hit and Run: A vehicle backed into a retaining wall on the 4200 block of East Lake Sammamish Parkway and fled the scene.

Larceny: An unlocked bicycle was stolen from outside the Klahanie QFC.

Burglary: A garage door was left open on the 24300 block of SE 47th St. and medical supplies was taken.

Wednesday, June 6

Larceny: A victim reported a missing Honda gas generator from their residence on the 400 block of east Lake Sammamish Parkway.

Larceny: A victim discovered that their mailbox was missing on the 2400 block of 245th Place NE.

Burglary: A victim discovered that items were stolen from his garage on the 3600 block of 254th Ave. SE.

Tuesday, June 5

Attempting to Elude: A vehicle fled a traffic stop on the 3800 block of East Lake Sammamish Parkway and officers were unable to obtain a license plate number.

Vandalism: A victim reported damage to a rear sliding glass door at their residence on the 23700 block of SE 4th Place. This was potentially an access point for an attempted break in.

Larceny: An employee of Hair Masters discovered that the business’s safe was unlocked and money was taken from it.

Monday, June 4

Vandalism: A victim discovered that a rental truck was vandalized in front of his house on the 2800 block of 234 Place NE.

Sunday, June 3

Boat Assist: Police assisted a boater who fell asleep and ran his boat into a dock near the 1500 block of East Lake Sammamish Parkway.

Larceny: A suspect stole $60 from a victim’s purse while she was shopping at the Klahanie QFC.

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