Police Blotter | passed out behind the wheel; fake 20 passed at Safeway; whole street mad about construction noise

FRAUD | SAFEWAY GAS, Snoqualmie

On May 11th around 9:30PM an employee reported a fake $20 bill being used. The male suspect was reportedly associated  with a new blue Chevy Impala or Malibu. An officer responded but the suspect had already left before the employee could get his info. There was video surveillance though.   

THEFT IN-PROGRESS| NORTH BEND NIKE STORE

On May 11th around 7PM an employee reported a theft. The suspects fled in a stolen vehicle heading toward I-90.

CIVIL PROBLEM | NORTH BEND 76 GAS STATION

On May 12th at 3:15AM a subject drove away from the gas pump still attached to his car, causing $450 worth of damage.

ANIMAL PROBLEM| SNOQUALMIE FALLS
    
On May 12th at 5:15PM a caller reported a dog in  the back of a SUV with only a back window cracked. An officer responded to check on the dog and reported that it was relaxed and not in distress with three windows cracked.

DISTURBANCE| POUR HOUSE, North Bend

On May 13th around 1AM  an employee reported that a subject was refusing to leave. An officer responded and detained the man who had a loaded firearm on him. He was booked into jail.    

NOISE COMPLAINT | SYMMONS PL, North Bend  

On May 14th around 7:20PM a caller reported that the ‘whole street’ was upset with ongoing loud construction, including ‘hooting and hollering and music’ from construction company. An officer advised the caller to ‘go to city council and take his complaints there.’        

THEFT REPORT | SAFEWAY, North Bend         

On May 15th at 1AM an employee reported that male in his 40’s took about $40 worth of Immodium off the shelf and then tried to return it. When he was denied he left with the product. The store declined to prosecute but requested the man be trespassed for one year. He was served and released.

DUI/PHYSICAL CONTROL |HWY 202 APPROACHING SNOQUALMIE FALLS

On May 15th at 11:30PM a caller reported a possible DUI heading toward the Falls. The caller said the driver was speeding and weaving between lanes.  An officer responded and reported that no signs of impairment were observed. The officer contacted the driver when he pulled into a gas station and reported a couple was just “singing and dancing to music on their 3 month anniversary.” 

HAZARDOUS ROADWAY CONDITION | CARMICHAEL LOOP & DOUGLAS AVE, Snoqualmie  

On May 17th at 1:20AM a caller reported a vehicle was stopped in the roadway with a driver passed out at the wheel. An officer responded and arrested the out-of-state driver who was severely intoxicated and had an outstanding warrant. He was taken to the hospital for a blood drawn and then booked into King County Jail.

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