Saturday, April 30, 2005

ISSAQUAH: PEN KNIFE: A 35-year-old North Bend woman was arrested for stabbing her boyfriend in the arm with a pen and threatening to kill him with a knife. The boyfriend, an employee of the Safeway store on Northwest Gilman Boulevard, was confronted by the woman in the store. The woman left the store but was later located and arrested. She was booked into King County Jail and may face charges of felony harassment and domestic violence assault.
Of course, it would have been worse if she stabbed him with a knife and threatened with a pen.

ARRESTED: A man told police an argument started when his girlfriend complained he wasn't affectionate enough. He told police she hit him and smashed things in his apartment and when he tried to call 911, she grabbed the cell phone from his hand and broke it. Police sent to the apartment in the 11500 block of Southeast 234th Place about 1:30 a.m. Monday arrested the woman for assault, malicious mischief and interfering with the reporting of domestic violence.
We can see how affectionate SHE was...

OOPS: An escrow company in the 400 block of 112th Avenue Northeast reported they wired the wrong amount of money to someone in March. When contacted, the person withdrew the money from the bank account. The loss was estimated at more than $166,000.

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