Issaquah Police Blotter | Aug. 1

A collection of recent items from the Issaquah Police Department.

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Recent items from the Issaquah Police Department:

July 19

Missing person: A woman called police to say her husband with dementia walked away from her front porch in the 1100 block of Sunrise Place Southeast. The officer found the man on Sunrise Place at Cabin Creek Lane. He was reunited with his family.

July 21

Car prowls: A loss of $375 was reported from a broken window and stolen stereo from a 1995 VW Golf in the 4600 block of West Lake Sammamish Parkway.

A loss of $468 in tools was reported from a white 2006 Chevy Van in the 6200 block of East Lake Sammamish Parkway.

Oh deer: A deer with a broken leg was reported going in and out of traffic in the 4800 block of East Lake Sammamish Parkway Southeast.

July 22

Oh deer, part II: A small fawn was hit by a car near East Sunset Way and Highlands Drive Northeast. The deer was still alive and appeared as if it might recover. It was moved to the side of the roadway and left in a safe area.

July 24

Time to move: Issaquah Police contacted a man in the 8300 block of Renton-Issaquah Road Southeast, who stated that the bank that is foreclosing on his property changed the locks and is breaking and entering. When asked him how long he has been in foreclosure, he said for over a year and a half.

July 25

Dumpster Diving: Three subjects were “dumpster diving” behind Pier 1 Imports. They were warned not to do this without owner permission.


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