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ASSAULTED " ‘ OTHER WOMEN i “ oman employee at a local store was lured to the back building about 10:30 pm. 3 by a female acquaintance, three or four other women i aiting. There, she was 6d — repeatedly hit and 1' even after she fell to the d and curled into a position in She could protect herself, 'ng to Issaquah police. Two we men were with the sus— but reportedly did not partici- ‘i the beating. p 5' victim had injuries to her f Chest and neck, police reports The woman told police the i“ could have been related to ~ \ Ute about a boyfriend. »' STRUCK SHOWER ROD 12-year-old woman received a h contusion when her boyfriend if on the head with a shoWer ng Hyla ‘11 rod, according to the as Rowley “ah Fire Department. The inci— ied fl'OIn .5 hilppened on May 22 at a resi- on Northwest Dogwood Propo.Sa-l 'iy . the Vlcml l- Medics examined the Boulevar ran but left her in her own care. hwest, i ngs and LSA LONG WALK NOW use for a e feet. Thai ks‘iquah police found a red 'ithin the 0 r3 lntegra upside down in the ‘_ b()und lane of Issaquah-Hobart BRARY abOut one mile south of State m Wednesda Fe 18 about 5:30 am. May 22. unset Way‘ {mess reported the driver was "is about five vehicles and had VER AND I“’evrve to avoid an oncoming meets at . truck, which is how the car ended jusj‘ SLEEPING 11" OFF up in the ditch. When contacted later, the driver said he was on his way to work in Everett. The information was for- Issaquah police responding to a possible suicide on May 25 found the woman unresponsive and on the warded to the King County bed. She reportedly had a history of Sheriff’s Office. suicide attempts. A check of her vital signs indicated she was sleeping, and INjuRED SKATE possibly heavily intoxicated. PROWL TRAILHEAD About $800 worth of personal items were stolen from a car parked at the Lake Tradition Trailhead for about two hours on May 22. The hikers returned to find the car unlocked and several things missing — a duffel bag, shoes, clothing, address book and purse. A 15-year—old boy may have suf- fered a broken ankle about 2:45 pm. May 22 while visiting the Skate Park. The skater was taken to Eastside Group Health by ambu- lance, according to the lssaquah Fire Department. DECK FIRE AT A fire caused $3,000 in damage to a home in Mirrormont about 3:30 pm. May 28, according to King County Fire District 10 officials. The homeowner reported the fire, apparently started by a log that had been removed from a wood stove and put on a deck a few days earlier when it was raining. The owner called 911 when she noticed flames on the deck. Firefighters were at the scene for an hour. No injuries were reported. D Shad J. Knowlton, 19, of Issaquah, was cited May 26 for dri- ving under the influence. D Jon R. Alma, 35, of Issaquah, was cited May 23 for driving under the influence. CI Kim Larson, 41, of North Bend, was cited May 23 for driving under the influence. CONSISTENTLY A man reported a recklessly dri- ven vehicle that consistently comes off the Plateau between 5:20 and 5:40 am. each day, according to Issaquah police. The car is described as a dark- colored Volkswagen Cabriolet. According to the complainant, the driver speeds down Southeast Issaquah-Fall City Road, turns left onto East Lake Sammamish Parkway, passes traffic by using the two-way center-tum lane, then gets onto Interstate 90 via the carpool lane when there’s only one occu- pant in the car. AID PATIENT IN ACCIDENT An Issaquah Fire Department Aid Car en route to the hospital sideswiped a pick-up on Northwest Gilman Boulevard near 17th Avenue Northwest. The firefighter driver told police he thought he had enough room to all i . Econ» OUNTAIN COMPUTERS Congrauflatwnsl We’d Like ,r 111 . 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The equipment was being used without adequate ventilation, and the carbon monoxide concentrated in Starbucks more quickly than in the neighboring store because of the relative sizes of the spaces, according to Issaquah Fire Chief Jim Rankin. Starbucks was closed for about two hours. leave yer hank IN THE DUST. w MINIMUM BALANCE, FREE CHECKING from Washington Mutual. No minimum balance. No direct deposit requirements. No payin’ to talk to a teller. No foolin’. lssaquah: 392-5000 - Pine Lake: 391-6049 Washington Mutual The friend of the family I‘llli Iii~iiii~il THE ISSAQUAH PRESS — PAGE A7 WEDNESDAY, 3, 1998 ‘ .. I V magpie: by'Gr'e'sFW. .ssaq an Gilman Boolevard ' i left in order to get the patient to the hospital. Damage was reported to be less than $500 total to both vehicles. get between the northbound and southbound traffic. 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