February 3, 2012
Bags packed, sacked
A woman reported Dec. 11 that her 2004 Toyota Matrix was broken into and about $375 worth of personal items in a blue cloth suitcase were stolen. The damage to the woman’s driver’s side window is estimated at $375.
A Bellevue woman was transported to a hospital for detoxification after she consumed alcohol and a disturbance was reported Dec. 14 at the Coal Creek Apartments, 6802 Coal Creek Parkway S.E. The woman was asked to leave the apartment but had no way to transport herself back to a Bellevue clean-and-sober house, where she lives. The woman was not cooperative with police, began speaking in other languages and sticking out her tongue at officers.
Move and lose
A Newcastle man reported his laptop and other personal items, including his passport and Boeing Co. identification, were stolen between Dec. 16 and 18 while he was moving into a new residence in the 13800 block of Southeast 79th Drive. The loss is estimated at more than $1,300.
Debit card fraud
A Newcastle woman reported fraudulent activity totaling more than $2,200 on her Bank of America debit card account Dec. 17. The woman said the charges began Dec. 8, and she had received three Click-N-Ship payment confirmation emails from USPS Shipping Services. The addresses the items were shipped to included locations in California and Texas.
Nearly $6,000 worth of items, including jewelry, laptop computers, an Xbox and a television, were reportedly stolen in a residential burglary sometime between Dec. 18 and 19 in the 7400 block of 125th Place. The suspect forcibly entered the home through a back door by throwing a large rock through a Plexiglass window.
A 2008 gray Ford Escape was stolen between Dec. 18 and 19 from the 14800 block of 200th Avenue Southeast. The vehicle was parked on a steep driveway and could not have been seen from the street. The vehicle was left unlocked.
Home broken into via lawn ornament
A woman living in the 7300 block of 127th Avenue Southeast reported her home had been broken into between Dec. 24 and 25. An unknown suspect reportedly threw a concrete bird lawn ornament through the downstairs sliding glass door and took a television, camera, iPod, video camera and some jewelry. The loss is estimated at $3,675.
A Newcastle woman told police she received a letter from the U.S. Department of the Treasury saying she owes the government more than $248,000. The woman said she does not believe she owes the Treasury money.
Security responds to Maywood break-in
A man who works in security for the Issaquah School District and lives near Maywood Middle School responded to an intruder alarm at Maywood’s gymnasium the night of Dec. 28. The front gate to the school was open and the gate lock had been cut, but nothing at the school, which is under construction, seemed to be broken or stolen. There are no suspects or investigative leads at this time.
You’ve got (no) mail
A $200 curbside locking mailbox will have to be replaced at the home of a woman living in the 11300 block of Southeast 76th Place after someone pried it open between Jan. 6 and 8. It is unknown if any mail was taken.
Information for police blotter comes directly from police reports.