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THE ISSAQUAH PRESS WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 2009 * C5 Thou shalt not POLICE &amp; FIRE A man said juveniles were smoking and littering near a church in the 400 block of South- east Darst Street prior to 12:45 p.m. Nov. 24. He said he was con- cerned because the juveniles were driving doughnuts in the church's gravel parking lot. He worried the juveniles could hit a pedestrian. T_ ota taken A Toyota pickup was stolen in the 1000 block tf 17th Avenue Northwest prior to 5:41 p.m. Nov. 24. The loss is estimated at $9,000. phone outside the Shell gas sta- tion, 15 E. Sunset Way, at 8:03 p.m. Nov. 24. He refused to iden- tify himself, said there was a prob- lem at the Rollin' Log Tavern, 50 E. Sunset Way, and then discon- nected the call. RIP, rabbit Police responded to a report of whimpering or another noise near Southeast Black Nugget Road and Southeast Issaquah-Fall City Road at 12:53 a.m. Nov. 25. Officers discovered the noise was coming from Overdale Park, from a dying rabbit deep inside the woods. Par_ pooper A man dialed 911 from a pay ONE SET STUDDED snow tires, excellent, used once, Ill MANAGER - 175/80/13, $80/pair. 425-747- _,_ ACCOUNTING 3798 & PURCHAS- ING - Business & Finance of- fice  KCLS Service FREE BEAUTIFUL GIANT Center- FT- outdoor Christmas tree. Suita- Issaquah, WA ble church, corporation, prop- King County Library System - erty. You cut & transport. 425- Job number- 2009-153. 644-1578 Manages accounting & pur- chas,ngoooo,io9 unitS, ooor0,EnsureSo,o moio-ac" tained & in compliance. Per- WANTED TO BUY forms contract admin. & en- PERSONALSERVlCES NOTICES OLD GOLD Have any gold tucked away in a drawer somewhere? Are there a few stones among the menagerie of bent metal? We'll check it for you. Who knows, it could pay for dinner or maybe a lot more. Also buying vintage pocket watches & wrist watches. NAULT JEWELERS 1175 N.W. Gilman Blvd. sures purchasing operations are in compliance. Develops processes, policies & proce- dures. Provides supervision & training. QUALIFICATIONS: BA degree in accounting, fi- nance or related field; 5-8yrs accounting and/or purchasing experience; 3-5yrs supervisory experience; CPA is required. $6,167.78 per month + exc. bens. To be considered for this position you must: Submit the KCLS applica- tion, resume, cover letter and supplemental question- 391-9270 naire to: Human Resources, 00,ng county ,,brary Sya i tem, 960 Newport Way NW, OBEDIENCE & AGILITY Issaquah, WA 98027, 425- CLASSES 369-3224. Fax 425-369-3214. Seattle Agility Center Application forms and more Twelve miles from details available at downtown Issaquah on www.kcls.om. Maple Valley Hwy. www.agilityfun.com Application deadline is De- 425-271-5433 cember 28, 2009. EOE Unable to comply A computer and two computer SENIOR CARE ASSISTANCE available now. Companion- ship, personal care, transpor- tation, meals, housekeeping. Honest, dependable, pleasant. References. Shelly, 425-495- 1821 ADOPT: AT-HOME MOM & loving successful Dad will love & cherish your baby forever in our secure, happy home. Da- vid & Susannah. Expenses paid. 1-800-562-8287. <w> bags were stolen from a Toyota Corolla parked in the 100 block of West Sunset Way prior to 8 p.m. Nov. 24. The loss is estimated at $1,400. Lo&down A door latch was damaged in the 100 block of Second Avenue Northeast prior to 8:12 a.m. Nov. 25. The loss is estimated at $150. Sign of the times A sign was stolen near Southeast 56th Street prior to 9:39 a.m. Nov. 25. The loss is estimated at $1,311. Off-road biking A mountain bike was stolen in the 300 block of Southeast Durst Street prior to 4:05 p.m. Nov. 25. The loss is estimated at $500. Darkness falls Police observed a vehicle swerv- ing in the roadway near Highlands Drive Northeast and Northeast Dis- covery Drive at 4:50 p.m. Nov. 25. When police stopped the vehicle, the officer saw the driver was an elderly woman who had trouble driving af- ter dark. Police followed file woman until she was safely home. P/t sto/t Point and shoot Various auto parts were stolen in the 6000 block of 221st Place Southeast prior to 11:54 a.m. Nov. 25. The estimated loss is un- known. A camera and iPod were stolen from a Chrysler 300 parked in the 4400 block of 189th Place South- east prior to 6:12 p.m. Nov. 25. The loss is estimated at $350. A status hearing on this re- quest will be held on Decem- ber 14. 2009 at 4:15 Dm at Courtroom 401. Fairbanks Courthouse. 101 Lacey St Fairbanks. AK. 02-1739 LEGAL NOTICE NOTCE OF PETITION TO CHANGE NAME Superior Court for the State of Alaska Notice of Petition to Change Name A pelltlon has been 1lied in the Superior Court (Case # 4FA- 09- 02020CI) requesting a name change from (current name) Randall Joseeh North- cott to Randall JosePh Pruitt. 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POWER EQUIPMENT REPAIR Mowers, Riders, Weed Trimmers, Chain Saws 1295 Front St. So Issaquah, WA (425) 392-t373 Ionniesrepair@aol.com A man called police and said a fight and drug activities were tak- ing place in the 100 block of Front Street North at 8:51 p.m. Nov. 25. He refused to identify himself. Po- lice were unable to locate any criminal activity. Assault A 29-year-old Issaquah man was arrested for assault in the 100 block of Front Street North at 1:43 a.m. Nov. 26. Candy caper A window and deadbolt were damaged and a candy dispenser was stolen in the 100 block of Northwest Gilman Boulevard prior to 9:05 a.m. Nov. 26. The loss is estimated at $190. Beam me up A man said a person shined a green laser at his vehicle as he drove eastbound in the 1200 block m ,UrLnUat rar unvu prior to 3:47 a.m. Nov. 26. Police checked the area, but did not observe any- thing unusual. Nsannabbed A Nissan Pathfinder was stolen from the 600 block of Front Street South prior to 11:15 a.m. Nov. 26. The loss is estimated at $2,500. Drunken driver Police received a report of a pos- sible drunken driver who stag- gered from his parked vehicle and entered Front Street Market, 80 Front St. S., prior to 6:35 p.m. Nov. 28. Police located the unoccupied vehicle and waited for the driver to return, but the driver did not. Arrest A 15-year-old Issaquah boy was arrested for theft and being a mi- nor in possession of alcohol in the 100 block of Front Street South at 9:18 p.m. Nov. 28. The case was forwarded to the King County Pros- ecutor's Office's juvenile section. Driving under the influence A 30-year-old Issaquah man, Jeffrey M. Toenniges, was arrested near Northeast Park Drive and 15th Avenue Northeast at 1:46 a.m. Nov. 29. He refused to submit to a blood-alcohol test. The legal limit is .08 percent. Location unknown A window was damaged and a GPS unit was stolen from a Chevrolet pickup parked in the 100 block of Newport Way South- west prior to 12:46 p.m. Nov. 29. The loss is estimated at $290. Five finger discount A 22-year-old North Bend woman was arrested after stealing clothing and DVDs from Fred Meyer, 6100 E. Lake Sammamish Parkway S.E., at 1:56 p.m. Nov. 29. The items, recovered by the store, were valued at $166.97. Heavy metal A business employee in the 100 block of From Street South said a man attempted to buy a lighter at 4:46 p.m. Nov. 29, but did not have enough money. The man be- came angry when the employee would not give the man the lighter because he was 8 cents short. The man then returned and threw a quarter at the employee. Police were unable to locate the man. Druy A drunken 17-year-old boy en- tered QFC, 2902 228th Ave. S.E., Eastside Fire & Rescue reports for Dec. 9 At 9:22 a.m. Nov. 30, six units and one chaplain from Station 72 responded to a cardiac arrest at Big Tree Drive Northwest and Bear Ridge Drive Northwest. At 11:43 a.m. Nov. 30, three units from Station 72 provided emergency aid at a motor vehicle accident on state Route 900 to westbound interstate 90 and Northwest Sammamish Road. At 11:10 a.m. Dec. 1, two units from Station 81 pro- vided emergency aid at a mo- tor vehicle accident at South- east Seventh Place and Southeast Seventh Lane. At 8:39 a.m. Dec. 4, eight units from Station 71 re- sponded to a residential structural fire at Fifth Avenue Northeast and Sixth Avenue Southeast. At 4:57 p.m. Dec. 4, three units from Station 71 pro- vided emergency aid at a mo- LU/ VUIIIUIU l, GGltlUlll, LL FIUIII, Street North and Northeast Dogwood Street. , At 8:40 p.m. Dec. 5, four units from Station 74 re- sponded to a vehicle fire on a dead end off eastbound Inter- state 90 to state Route 18. and attempted to steal beer at 1:55 a.m. Nov. 22. When confronted, the boy fought with a store em- ployee. Police found 0.1 grams of marijuana in the boy's pocket. The boy was already on parole for striking a police officer. When po- lice administered a Breathalyzer test, the blood-alcohol level read 0.1 percent. The legal limit for mi- nors is .02 percent. Police recom- mended the boy to be charged as a minor in possession of alcohol and for marijuana possession. Small-time crooks A couple walked imo Bank of America, 3090 Issaquah-Pine Lake Road S.E., and attempted to cash a fraudulent check at 2:45 p.m. Nov. 24. A teller said the cou- ple teamed up and badgere d her while she attempted to check their identification. After complaining that the teller was taking too long, the couple left, leaving behind a Washington driver's license, a check card and a forged check. Loss of esight Glasses, gloves, a hat, jacket, in- surance information and registra- tion were stolen from vehicles parked in Southeast 22nd Way prior to 7:15 a.m. Nov. 25. The loss is estimated at $142. Rock and roll A window was damaged in 244th Avenue Southeast prior to 1:50 p.m. Nov. 26. The homeowner said a rock had been thrown through a laundry room window. The loss is estimated at $200. Police arrested two teenage boys in the 14700 block of South- east 28th Place for marijuana possession at 12:05 a.m. Nov. 27; one of the boys was also cited for possession of drug paraphernalia. Police located a parked car and noticed smoke through the car window. The officer also noticed a glass water bong nestled be- tween the driver's knees. Police confiscated about 2.5 grams of a substance suspected to be mari- juana. The Issaquah Press publishes names of those arrested for DUI and those charged with felony crimes. Information comes directly from local police reports. Arlington's Annual Hometown Holiday Begins Saturday, Dec. 5 at noon I Dec. 5 ......... Noon I Santa Parade, Olympic Ave. I Tree Lighting, Legion Park Dec. 5 ......... 1 to 3 p.m. i::: Santa visits at Legion Park Covered Wagon Rides Downtown Victorian Carolers, Arlington Schools Music and more Hometown Shopping and Dining for the whole family. Dec. 1 2 and 1 9 ............ 1 1 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Hometown Shopping and Dining for the whole family.