The following information was compiled from King County Sheriff Office’s incident reports.


• On March 5 officers responded to reports that items were stolen from a vehicle. The police report stated the unknown suspects smashed the front passenger window with an unknown object to gain entry to the vehicle.

• On March 5 it was reported that a backpack was stolen off of a table at the McDonald’s in Fairwood.


• On March 5 it was reported that a stolen license was found on a motorcycle at the Fairwood Landing apartments.


• It was reported on March 5 that an ex-boyfriend rammed his vehicle into his ex-girlfriend’s and forced her car into a ditch.


• On March 5 officers responded to reports that someone was trespassing at Fairwood Elementary School. At the time of this incident, the school was closed but officers received reports from witnesses driving by that someone was on the roof.


• On March 6 it was reported to officers that an unknown male was seen on camera walking around the reporting party’s home.


• On March 6 officers responded to reports that a drug house was broken into while the owner is currently in jail. The police report stated that the unknown subjects broke in and stole a TV.

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