Officers called after boy seen using BMW trunk as bathroom | Police blotter

Issaquah police responded to a call July 27 of a child going to the bathroom in the back trunk of a BMW.

The following information was compiled from Issaquah police reports:

Issaquah police responded to a call July 27 of a child going to the bathroom in the back trunk of a BMW. When police arrived in the 6400 block of East Lake Sammamish Parkway Southeast, they were unable to locate the vehicle.


A woman called Issaquah police July 26 to report she was contacted by a male and female who were upset at her driving in the 2000 block of Natalie Way. The woman stated the couple was very rude to her, but eventually left her alone. The woman said her driving was just “fine.”


Issaquah officers responded to a call July 27 of a man asleep on the floor of a business in the 6300 block of East Lake Sammamish Parkway. The man said he was fine, but just very tired. He was asked to leave the store.


Issaquah police responded to a call July 30 of a suspicious person breaking or damaging something behind a business in the 22500 block of Southeast 56th Street. When officers arrived they found a worker breaking down cardboard boxes.


Issaquah police responded to a call July 31 of two subjects having sex in a vehicle at the Highlands Park and Ride. When police arrived the two subjects were walking back to another car with their clothes on.


An Issaquah man called police July 27 to report his neighbor sprayed his wife with a garden hose. Officers spoke with the neighbor in the 700 block of Northwest Gilman Boulevard, who denied spraying the woman and said the husband actually threw rocks at the woman.


Officers responded to a call July 26 of camera equipment stolen from a minivan in the 1600 block of Ridgeview Avenue Northeast in Issaquah. The total loss was estimated at more than $4,000.


Issaquah police were called July 28 after witnesses reported seeing two males carrying rifles over the bridge near the Highlands Park and Ride. Officers found the suspects who were actually carrying skateboards.


Officers responded to a call of juveniles starting a fire in the woods in the 200 block of Southwest Clark Street in Issaquah. Police extinguished the fire and released the two boys to their parents.


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