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Mercer Island Police Blotter | Oct. 7
Unknown vandals broke three large windows on the southeast side of Islander Middle School sometime between Sept. 4 and Sept. 13. According to the police report, the windows were broken with a rock. The estimated damage is $1,500 to $2,000.
A man living in the 9300 block of S.E. 68th Street reported that his Honda pressure washer was stolen sometime between Sept. 12 and Sept. 14. The pressure washer was stored in an unsecured carport.
A man living in the 3700 block of 80th Avenue S.E. reported that his vehicle was stolen on Sept. 16. According to the police report, the man parked his Ford Ranger on the shoulder of 80th Avenue on the morning of Sept. 16. When he returned to the spot, his vehicle was gone.
A woman living in the 7900 block of Lake View Lane reported that a mail-ordered shower head was stolen from the front doorstep of her residence on Sept. 15. The shower head was taken from a package left on the doorstep. The total loss is $42.90.
A car parked in the 9100 block of Parkwood Ridge Road was broken into on Sept. 17. According to the police report, the car had been unlocked. Stolen items include cash, a number of CDs, music cassettes and prescription medicine.
An Everett woman was arrested for driving under the influence on Sept. 20. According to the police report, an officer pulled the woman over in the 2200 block of West Mercer Way for a non-functioning license plate light. The officer smelled alcohol on the driver’s breath and asked her to complete a standard field sobriety test, which the driver failed.
Mercer Island Marine Patrol officers pulled over a Bellevue man for operating a vessel under the influence on Sept. 12. The man was pulled over for a right-of-way and wake violation. Once stopped, the driver admitted that he had been drinking. He failed a standard field sobriety test.
A Tukwila woman was arrested for driving under the influence on Sept. 15. An officer pulled the woman over for driving 40 miles per hour in a 25 mph zone on 76th Avenue S.E. The officer smelled alcohol on the woman’s breath and asked her to complete a standard field sobriety test, which she failed.
Two Island teenagers were arrested for possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia on Sept. 16. According to the police report, the two teenage males had a backpack with a few small bags containing marijuana, a grinder used for grinding the drug and a glass pipe.