June 8, 1998
A 35-year-old Oak Harbor man and 33-year-old Kent man were arrested for burglarizing Sammamish Valley Physical Therapy Center May 31. Responding to reports of broken glass, police found the suspects standing outside the business in the 12400 block of N.E. 173rd Pl. The suspects, had allegedly loaded copy machines and computers into a vehicle.
A blue 1990 Toyota Camry was stolen from the Waterford Apartments May 27 or 28.
A brief police chase ended in the recovery of a stolen 1990 Mercury Sable and the arrest of four teenage boys in the early hours of June 1. Police recommend that a 13-year-old Kirkland boy who was allegedly driving the car be charged with first degree theft, vehicle prowl, hit and run and no valid drivers license. Two 15-year-olds and a 14-year-old may be charged with possession of stolen property in juvenile court. A marijuana pipe was seized from the car as well.
A bone found on the Tolt River pipeline was taken to the King County Medical Examiner who determined it to be of non-human origin May 29.
A charcoal grey 1969 Plymouth Road Runner was stolen from a business in the 14200 block of N.E. 193rd Pl. May 28 or 29. The car, described as completely restored, was valued at $14,000.
A red 1976 Chevy Nova was stolen from a business in the 20400 block of 144th Ave. N.E. June 4. Unidentified suspects, driving a red full-size, extended cab pickup with mag-wheels, were observed taking the car.