Report of a burglary filed nearly a month after the incident occurred | KCSO Blotter


On Aug. 6 it was reported to officers that items from the reporting party’s unlocked shed were taken without permission. The police report stated the incident occurred about a month ago, had been discovered two weeks ago and was just reported on Aug. 6.

On Aug. 7 it was reported that an unknown suspect broke windows at a home to gain entry. The police report stated guns were stolen from the home.

On Aug. 8 officers responded to reports of a burglary of a home that is mostly vacant. The report stated a sledge hammer was used to force entry through the front door. The report also stated a number of miscellaneous items were taken. This location has had burglaries occur in the past.

On Aug. 11 it was reported to officers that while the victim was outside doing yardwork, he left his garage door open. The police report stated unknown suspects entered the open garage and took items from inside.


On Aug. 4 officers responded to reports of a domestic violence assault between the suspect and his girlfriend. The police report stated the victim was reportedly pushed into a wall. The report also stated the victim declined to assist in the prosecution.


On Aug. 6 officers were contacted by the reporting party who told them they found a backpack and duffel bag full of clothes and toiletries under a tree on his property. The police report stated the items were taken to the King County Sheriff’s Office Fairwood store front.


On Aug. 6 it was reported to officers that unknown suspects were going door to door in a Fairwood neighborhood. The police report stated the suspects were skipping houses that seemed unoccupied and were instead taking photos of those houses. The report added when the suspects were confronted, they became aggressive and sped off.


On Aug. 7 officers responded to reports of a subject under the influence of methamphetamine was prowling yards. The police report stated the subject had stolen a pack of cigarettes, had rolled around in pickle juice and was causing a disturbance in the street.


On Aug. 7 officers responded to reports that an unknown suspect reportedly pointed a gun at the victim following a near collision. The police report stated the suspect vehicle left the scene before officers arrived. The report added the suspect vehicle was reported stolen earlier that day.


On Aug. 8 it was reported that unknown suspects had reportedly stolen items from new homes currently under construction.

On Aug. 8 officers responded to reports the female victim had parked her car in the Fairwood L.A. Fitness parking lot. The police report stated she secured her purse in the trunk. The report added an unknown suspect broke the back window, reached inside and lifted the trunk panel and stole her purse.

On Aug. 11 a non-forced entry was reported on a vehicle. The police report stated a wallet and sunglasses were taken from inside.


On Aug. 10 it appeared juveniles had thrown rocks through a business window. The police report stated one of the rocks hit a computer and broke the screen.


On Aug. 10 it was reported that unknown suspects attempted to break into a vehicle parked at the Fairwood golf and country club. The police report stated no entry was made but the vehicle’s door lock was damaged.


On Aug. 13 it was reported to officers that juveniles had entered property without permission and then entered vehicles parked on the property. The police report stated the ignition and steering column was damaged on one of the vehicles.

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