Subjects remove campaign signs on East Mercer Way | Mercer Island police blotter

Selected reports Sept. 27-Oct. 3.

Oct. 3

Theft: It was reported that subjects were removing campaign signs on East Mercer Way.

Oct. 2

Welfare check: There were reports of a subject holding scissors while standing in the roadway in the 3800 block of East Mercer Way.

Oct. 1

Trespassing: A resident in the 2400 block of 72nd Avenue Southeast captured security footage of a subject entering his back yard.

Not the cat’s meow: A resident in the 9000 block of Southeast 60th Street put a neighbor’s cats up for adoption and refused to provide her with the new owner’s contact information.

Sept. 29

Camping concerns: A resident in the 2000 block of 80th Avenue Southeast reported that she was concerned about people experiencing homelessness and camping near her street.

Area check: A resident in the 6000 block of Southeast 28th Street was concerned by the water flow in the street from the main break.

Vehicle prowl: It was reported that someone prowled a motor vehicle in the 3400 block of 97th Avenue Southeast, stole credit cards and made fraudulent charges.

Violation of order: It was reported that a subject had allegedly violated a restraining order by contacting the protected party dozens of times.

Sept. 27

Suspicious circumstances: A Metro bus driver required assistance with a screaming bus rider in the 8000 block of North Mercer Way.

Bike theft: Officers spotted a subject riding a recently stolen bike and returned it to the proper owner in the 7800 block of Southeast 28th Street.

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