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Aggressive person trespassed from business | Mercer Island police blotter

Selected reports Nov. 1-14.

Nov. 11

Animal: A resident reported being confronted by coyotes in the 6800 block of Island Crest Way. Police consulted with wildlife experts.

Nov. 9

Mental health: Officers responded to a call from someone experiencing a mental health crisis and offered resources in the 2700 block of 73rd Avenue Southeast.

Nov. 7

Burglary: Someone stole three bicycles after a resident left their garage door open overnight in the 8300 block of Southeast 31st Street.

Nov. 6

Theft: Someone prowled a large bank of mailboxes in the 2700 block of 78th Avenue Southeast.

Trespasser: A subject who became aggressive was trespassed from a business in the 7900 block of Southeast 28th Street.

Nov. 5

Vehicle prowl: Someone swiped golf clubs from a resident’s vehicle overnight in the 7800 block of Southeast 28th Street.

Nov. 4

Fraud: Residents in the 7200 block of 94th Avenue Southeast didn’t apply for the credit cards they received in the mail.

Nov. 3

Package concerns: Officers assisted a resident who was concerned about the packages he ordered in the 7600 block of Southeast 27th Street.

Nov. 2

Suspicious circumstances: A resident has Ring camera footage of a suspect ringing his doorbell and jiggling the door handle in the 4600 block of 84th Avenue Southeast.

Nov. 1

Violation of order: A subject in the 3800 block of 81st Avenue Southeast was noted to be repeatedly violating the terms of a no-contact order issued by the court.

Theft: Someone stole a catalytic converter from a victim’s vehicle overnight in the 2800 block of 75th Place Southeast.


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