On Mar. 19, a rock was used to break into cash boxes at a Woodinville car wash. Police responded to an alarm call and arrived in 4-5 minutes, finding two cash boxes damaged, with one of the safe doors on the ground. A K-9 check was negative. The safe door was taken into evidence for latent prints.
On Apr. 3, police arrested an Issaquah man after he was seen in the St. Edwards Park women's locker room using a mirror to obtain a view underneath the bathroom stalls. A woman in the pool locker room saw a blue and pink hand-held mirror moving about close to the floor in the stall next to her. She became suspicious and asked for some toilet paper to see what the person's voice sounded like. A lifeguard was notified, and the park ranger was quickly summoned.
Park employees had become suspicious the previous night when a man was observed getting into his vehicle while taking off a bra. The man was questioned by the ranger and put up a struggle when it became apparent he was about to be arrested. The man allegedly swung a bag at the park ranger and hit him with his fist in the shoulder.
The bag contained video equipment with a makeshift remote activation switch. A video tape of young girls dressed in white shorts and black skirts at an unknown school and a second tape containing footage from a department store/women's clothing rack and young girls swimming at a pool was confiscated.