Black Diamond Police Blotter | Oct. 26 – Nov. 1

An empty safe, a catalytic converter and a generator were stolen last week.


Oct. 26

– Officers were dispatched to a disabled vehicle on 3rd Avenue around 6:30 p.m. At the owner’s request, officers called a tow company and pulled the vehicle out of the dirt.

Oct. 27

– Officers were dispatched to Cumberland Way around 5:30 p.m. to a report of a suspicious vehicle driving through the neighborhood, stopping, and knocking on doors. Officers were initially unable to locate the vehicle, but were able to contact the registered owner via phone and learned the driver was suffering from mental health issues.

Oct. 28

– Around 9:15 a.m., officers were dispatched to a 218th Avenue SE address for a possible domestic argument. Officers arrived and contacted the male homeowner and found he was home alone, and that there was no domestic fight occurring. Contact was made with neighbors and the spouse to double check there was no issue and that everyone was safe.

Oct. 29

– Officers responded to a report of someone walking in the middle of 3rd Avenue around 1:30 p.m. They were unable to locate the individual.

– Officers again responded to a report of someone walking in the middle of 3rd Avenue, this time around 2:30 p.m. Again, they were unable to locate the subject.

Oct. 30

– Officers were dispatched to a 292nd Street residence to a report of a burglary around 8 a.m. An investigation revealed a safe was stolen from the attached garage — however, the safe was empty. There were no suspects or evidence.

– Around 9:30 a.m., officers were dispatched to a 216th Avenue SE address to a report of a theft. An investigation revealed the suspects cut through a fence to steal a generator and a catalytic convertor.

Oct. 31

– Officers responded to a CPR in progress at a Terrace Place residence around 1:30 a.m. Prior to arriving, officers learned the individual was conscious and experiencing other medical issues. Officers then aided fire personnel while they conducted a medical evaluation before the subject was transported to a local hospital.

– Officers were called around 8:45 p.m. by a Pacific Street resident who believed someone was attempting to gain entry to their home. Officers did a walk-through of the house and found no sign of attempted entry and cleared the scene.

– Officers were on patrol on Cemetery Road when they witnessed a two-vehicle collision around 9:45 p.m. No parties were injured from the crash, and both vehicles were able to drive away from the scene.

Nov. 1

– While on patrol around 8:45 p.m., officers investigated a possible court order violation when they spotted a suspicious vehicle parked nearby the protected person’s 218th Avenue SE residence. Officers used a K9 to find the suspect, who was quickly located and booked into the Issaquah jail.

– Officers took down a missing person’s report for a 3rd Avenue resident. The reporting party told officers she had not seem her roommate since earlier in the day and had been acting erratic.