Police Blotter | Storage lockers damaged at Island Square apartments

MIPD responds to cases of burglary, theft and prowling from Dec. 17-22.

December 17

Burglary: An Island man reported that his bike was stolen from a secured locker at the Island Square apartments, at the 7800 block of S.E. 28th Street.

Malicious mischief: An Island man at the 2700 block of 78th Avenue S.E. said that the storage lockers at the Island Square apartments were damaged, with a value of damages estimated at $2,500.

Burglary: An Island man at the 7800 block of S.E. 27th Street reported that someone broke into his storage unit in the Island Square apartments parking garage. The latch was broken, but nothing had been taken.

December 18

Theft: Items were stolen from the Mercer Island Thrift Shop at the 7700 block of S.E. 34th Street.

Assault: A Seattle man said that after an argument in QFC, a woman struck him in the face as he was attempting to enter the fire station at the 8400 block of S.E. 68th Street. Police arrested the suspect.

December 19

DUI: A suspect was behind the wheel at the 7500 block of S.E. 29th Street when she almost ran over a group of people. She failed field sobriety tests and admitted to drinking. She was arrested and provided two breath samples of 0.088 and 0.083.

Warrant arrest: A suspect was arrested for a misdemeanor warrant at the 9600 block of S.E. 36th Street.

Found property: An Island woman found documents in her yard waste can. The can was picked up and emptied on Dec. 14. Most of the documents were dry, and included bill of sale, registration and insurance information.

December 21

Court order: An Island woman at the 7800 block of S.E. 28th Street said her ex-husband contacted her via email using an alias, in violation of a court order.

Prowling: A 52-year-old Island man at the 4100 block of 94th Avenue S.E. said his vehicle window was shattered and an empty jewelry box was stolen, for a loss of $335.

Suspicious circumstances: An Island woman at the 7700 block of 89th Place S.E. reported that she discovered a flat tire on her vehicle. She wanted it documented in the event that it could be related to ongoing problems with her ex-husband.

December 22

Burglary: An Island man at the 2000 block of 72nd Avenue S.E. said an unlocked vehicle in the garage attached to his home was entered and searched. Nothing was taken.

Prowling: An Island man at the 2200 block of 72nd Avenue S.E. said the side window of his vehicle had been broken, but nothing was taken from inside the car.

Prowling: An Island man and woman at the 3000 block of 69th Avenue S.E. said someone stole Christmas gifts from their car. A black dress shirt, two gray tank tops, a pair of jeans and kids Seahawks T-shirts were taken. The victims had surveillance footage of the suspect and suspect vehicle to forward to police.


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