March 5, 2014
A Sammamish man reported that a strange woman had wandered into his house on the 22900 block of Northeast 27th Street while his house cleaner was there at about 11 a.m. Feb. 21. The house cleaner reported that the woman walked in and said she had forgotten something. The house cleaner, who thought it was the man’s wife, watched as the woman went first to the master bathroom medicine cabinet and then to the night stand. She said “I can’t find it,” and left without taking anything. The woman was described as white 5-feet-8 inches, 160 pounds with shoulder length brown hair in her mid-30’s wearing tight jeans and a green sweatshirt.
February 26, 2014
A police officer spotted a car driving 54 mph in a 35 mph zone at about 2:45 a.m. Feb. 16. The officer contacted the driver, a 17-year-old girl, and found the car smelled of alcohol. She agreed to a portable Breathalyzer test and blew a .065. While the legal limit for adults is .08, she is under 21. As a result, the officer is recommending she be charged with being a minor operating a vehicle under the influence. Read more
February 19, 2014
A Sammamish couple who lives together got into a fight the evening of Feb. 8 and police came to sort things out. The pregnant female held a knife to her stomach, but the male thought it was just an attempt to get attention and ignored it.
She then chased him around with said knife. He did not feel she was actually threatening him. She went to her mother’s house to cool off. Read more
February 13, 2014
Mad kung fu skills
At about 2:15 a.m. Feb. 1, a police officer noticed a vehicle going 53 mph in a 45 mpg zone. He pulled the car over and noticed the smell of intoxicants. The driver, who is 20 submitted to a portable breath test and blew a .06, which would be OK if he were 21, but isn’t since he’s a minor. Once back at the station, he refused to take more breath tests. Read more
February 5, 2014
A Sammamish woman said she’d gotten a call that someone in another state had used her personal information to open two accounts in her name between Dec. 29, 2013 and Jan. 21, 2014. She does not know how her information was compromised. Read more
January 29, 2014
At about 2 a.m. Jan. 14, a police officer noticed a car driving along Sahalee Way. The car would drift over the fog line and then jerk back into the lane repeatedly. The officer followed the vehicle and when it reached the driver’s home, the officer approached the driver. The diver smelled of intoxicants and failed field sobriety tests. Back at the station, he blew a .10 on the Breathalyzer, above the legal limit of .08. Read more
January 22, 2014
A Sammamish man reported someone entered his car on the 1100 block of 222nd Place Northeast between Jan. 10 and 14. He believes the car was locked. However, the police officer said he found no damage to the car, meaning it was likely unlocked. It appears nothing was taken from the car. Read more
January 17, 2014
A Sammamish police officer pulled over a vehicle after it was driving erratically along 228th Avenue, Inglewood Hill Road and finally East Lake Sammamish Parkway at 1:30 a.m. Jan. 4. Read more
January 8, 2014
Double car prowl
A Sammamish woman reported someone had entered two vehicles parked at the 24300 block of Southeast Second Court between midnight and 11:30 a.m. Dec. 25. Someone rifled through the glove boxes and center consoles, but nothing was taken. Read more
January 7, 2014
A Stanwood man reported someone had broken into his car when it was parked at a home on the 2500 block of 231st Avenue Northeast between 7:30 and 8 a.m. Dec. 18. He said that they took a lockbox with methadone inside it.
A man on the 22500 block of Northeast 12th place called Dec. 19 to report his wife had hired a contractor to build a shed on their property in July.
They’ve paid him $30,000 but have not seen him since late September. The work is only about 20 percent done and they can not contact the contractor. He said others are having the same problem.
They also found someone, whose signature is similar to the contractor, charged about $12,000 worth of goods at Home Depot on the wife’s credit card.