Loud partygoers draw complaints | Mercer Island police blotter

Selected reports April 19-25.

  • Tuesday, April 27, 2021 12:48pm
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By Reporter Staff

April 23

Noise annoys: Police received complaints of party noise in the 3900 block of 88th Avenue Southeast.

April 22

Malicious mischief: It was reported that numerous mailboxes were pried open and items were stolen in the 7900 block of East Mercer Way.

April 21

Welfare check: Officers checked on a subject who was possibly living in his vehicle in the 4400 block of 88th Avenue Southeast.

Fraud: A resident in the 7200 block of 79th Avenue Southeast reported receiving scam phone calls by fake employees.

Extortion: A resident in the 8400 block of Southeast 37th Street fears he is a victim of extortion with online demands for money.

Canine clash: Police received complaints of a dog being attacked by another dog in the 9600 block of Southeast 36th Street.

April 20

In hot water: Police assisted in diffusing a disagreement between housemates over the use of the washing machine in the 2800 block of 67th Avenue Southeast.

Vehicle prowl: It was reported that someone smashed a vehicle window and stole items in the 2500 block of 81st Avenue Southeast.

April 19

Construction noise: Police received a complaint of construction noise early in the evening in the 2800 block of 75th Place Southeast.

Animal check: Officers conducted a welfare check for a dog barking in a vehicle in the 2000 block of 84th Avenue Southeast.

Theft: It was reported that someone swiped a fibreglass body board and two lawn chairs from a resident’s back yard in the 4300 block of East Mercer Way.

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