Resident cranks up their music, receives complaint | Mercer Island police blotter

Selected reports April 5-11.

  • Thursday, April 15, 2021 11:55am
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By Reporter Staff

April 10

Noise annoys: Police received a loud music complaint in the 7600 block of Southeast 27th Street.

April 9

Harassment: A victim in the 4300 block of 88th Avenue Southeast reported receiving racially charged emails.

Alarmed: It was reported that the pool maintenance person set off the security alarm in the 2000 block of Faben Drive.

April 8

Loudness: Police assisted with a noise complaint in the 4400 block of East Mercer Way.

Missing adult: Police assisted a neighboring agency regarding a missing adult in the 9000 block of Southeast 40th Street.

Mailbox damage: It was reported that a vehicle struck a mailbox and the driver sped away in the 2900 block of 72nd Avenue South.

April 5

Fraud: It was reported that someone made a fraudulent purchase on a victim’s credit card. The victim lives in the 3200 block of 80th Avenue Southeast.

Vehicle prowl: A vehicle prowl took place in the 8400 block of Southeast 26th Street and the suspect’s information was obtained.

Fraud: A resident in the 4200 block of 92nd Avenue Southeast reported being the victim of ID theft involving IRS fraud.

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