Fraud victim thinks fraud support group a scam | Mercer Island Police Blotter
Smash-and-grab: It has been reported that someone smashed a vehicle window and stole an interior purse in the 8700 block of Southeast 71st Street.
Camping in the park: Officers responded to reports of people camping in the park in the 7200 block of 22nd Street Southeast.
Disturbance: Officers responded to reports of a verbal disturbance between a man and a woman in the 7800 block of Southeast 28th Street.
Maritime incident: A maritime patrol responded to reports of a subject struggling in Lake Washington near his small sailboat.
Fraud: After joining an online support group for victims of fraud, a resident of block 2600, 76th Avenue Northeast, believes this group is a scam as well.
Fraud: A resident of the 7600 block of 22nd Street South East suffered a substantial financial loss due to an online scam that forced him to transfer a large sum of his cryptocurrency.
Theft: Someone has been reported to have stolen an unsecured bicycle parked outside a business in the 7700 block of South East 34th Street.
Noise is disturbing: Residents of the 2600 block of Southeast 76th Avenue have argued over excessive noise from household appliances.
Suspicious circumstances: Subject was seen wandering on private property in the 9100 block of 42nd Street Southeast. Agents offered services, but subject declined.
Shoplifting: A subject known to have entered a business was seen shoplifting in the store in the 7700 block of South East 27th Street.
Vehicle Break-in: After stealing credit cards from a motor vehicle in the 7000 block of 82nd Avenue South East, subject attempted to make fraudulent purchases.