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'.'up’3'=tilmnu-—:¢mm {i i - h£32.33RECORDS Wednesday, October 19, 1994 1 Police report Assault A construction flagger in the Central Business District was charged with simple assault after an altercation with a 20-year—old Seattle man in the parking lot of the Seafirst Bank the afternoon of Oct. 12th. The incident began when the Seattle man tried to drive through the CBD construction to get to the Seafirst Bank on 77th Ave. S.E. He came to the intersection of ' S.E. 29th St. and 77th Ave. S.E., where the flagger said asphalt "” had just been poured and the man would have to drive on. The two '5 then exchanged words, according to the police report. The Seattle man circled back on 77th and again yelled at the : flagger before spinning his tires. During a break, the flagger — a 48-year-old man from Renton — spotted the man’s car parked at : the bank. When the Seattle man returned to his car, according to the report, the flagger grabbed j him by the shoulder and “hit him in the face a few times and kicked . him.” Two witnesses saw the victim being assaulted and said he was trying to get away from the flagger. The 20-year-old Seattle man was cited for negligent driving — for driving too fast in a construc- tion zone and for driving with a suspended license. Unlawful entry A family returned Oct. 9th from a four—week vacation to their home in the 7200 block of 87th Ave. S.E. and found beer bottles and food scattered about the house. Nothing appeared to be missing. Malrcrous mischief An employee at the Mercer Is- land Care Center came out the evening of Oct. 12th to find the rear window of his car had been smashed with what police be- lieved to be a tire iron or sledge- hammer. Damage was estimated at $650. A car parked in a driveway in the 3600 block of 86th Ave. S.E. had its rear window shattered over the night of Oct. 12th, caus- ing $350 worth of damages. DWI A 33-year-old Seattle man stopped at the intersection of North Mercer Way and 80th Ave. was charged with DWI after failing roadside sobriety tests and a breath test the morning of Oct. 15th. An officer watched as the driver exited eastbound I-90 and turned onto Sunset Highway. Af- ter the driver turned around, the officer noticed a malfunctioning taillight. The driver had bloodshot eyes and his speech was slurred. The man was also cited for driv- ing with his license suspended. Correction The name of a foreign student living with City Councilman Jim Hale’s family was misspelled in the Oct. 12 issue. His correct name is Sung-Hoon. In the same story, the vehicle driven by Hale was identified incorrectly; it’s a 1978 Volkswagen bus. 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Mercer Way — 82-year-old man who was found uncon- scious, unresponsive and not breathing was declared dead. He was transported to a mor- tuary by hearse. Thursday, Oct. 6 12:22 a.m., 3500 block of 88th S.E. — 32- year-old woman with an upper respiratory infection was taken to Providence by M1 Aid car. 7:14 a.m., 9100 block of Fortuna Drive — 87-year-old woman who was awakened with chest pain was taken to Group Health by Medic 2. Elna Wangel A Memorial Service for Elna Marie Johnson Wangel, who died Oct. 9, will be held on Monday, Oct. 24, at 4 p.m. at Marianwood, 3725 Providence Pointe Drive S.E. in Issaquah. Mrs. Wangel, the widow of Hugo Emil Wangel, was born on Aug. 20, 1907, and had lived on Mercer Island from 1952 to 1980. For an additional obituary no— tice, please see page A13. Think FIRST before you build new home or remodel on old one. two loans —— a construction loan and a mortgage loan. 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