Suspect burglarizes apartment and assaults woman | Police blotter

The Sammamish police blotter for June 11-20.

  • Wednesday, June 27, 2018 8:30am
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Wednesday, June 20

Suspicious Circumstances: A racial slur was written in pink chalk on a sidewalk near the corner of SE 31st Court and 220th Ave. SE.

Vehicle Prowling: An unknown suspect prowled an unlocked vehicle but did not take anything on the 23700 block of Southeast 36th Lane.

Larceny: An unknown suspect prowled a vehicle on the 23900 block of SE 42nd St.

Tuesday, June 19

Larceny: An unknown suspect stole taekwando gear from an unlocked car on the 2400 block of 233rd Ave. NE.

Monday, June 18

Larceny: An unknown suspect stole a bike from an apartment complex on the 3000 block of 231st Lane SE.

Sunday, June 17

Trespass: A suspect was stopped after attempting to shoplift food on the 300 block of 228th Ave. SE.

Saturday, June 16

Burglary: A suspect unlawfully entered a victim’s apartment and assaulted her in an attempted robbery on the 3800 block of Klahanie Drive SE.

Larceny: A vehicle was parked in the driveway and left unlocked on the 22800 block of NE 14th St. The victim discovered the driver side door was open and items were missing in the morning.

Rape: A suspect forcefully touched the victim’s genitals and forced the victim to touch his genitals on the 19300 block of SE 21st St.

Burglary: A suspect cut the ropes securing a gate to a property on the 2000 block of 228th Ave. SE. The suspect then cut the lock on a box taking tools from the box.

Monday, June 11

Larceny: A blue bicycle was stolen from the front porch of a residence on the 4200 block of 258th Ave. SE.

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