Police Blotter | rooster’s head painted black; mail and mailbox stolen; fake 50’s passed downtown; suspected public pot smoking

SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES | DOONE AVE SE, Snoqualmie

On December 31st around 11:00PM, a scared caller reported that someone was on her porch. When police arrived there was no one there. The porch was covered with frost and had no visible footprints. ______________________________________________________________________________

POSSESSION/DISCHARGE FIREWORKS | LA FOREST DR & CEDAR FALLS WAY, North Bend

On December 31st around 6:55PM, police received multiple anonymous complaints about fireworks being set off. There was nothing illegal observed and no citations issued. ______________________________________________________________________________

POSSESSION/DISCHARGE FIREWORKS | SE 10TH ST & SE 10TH CIR, North Bend

On December 31st around 9:05PM, a caller reported extremely large fireworks. Police were unable to locate the house where they came from upon arrival and stayed in the area to monitor. ______________________________________________________________________________

WELFARE CHECK | 46600 SE NORTH BEND WAY; TA SHELL, North Bend

On January 1st around 12:30AM, a caller reported a man sitting on a bench for multiple hours because they were worried he was going to freeze to death. Some officers made contact with the man who didn’t want their help, saying he was waiting for a ride to Ellensburg. Since no one else complained about him, they had to leave him there. ______________________________________________________________________________

SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES | OUTLET MALL, North Bend

On January 1st around 2:15PM, police investigated a car parked behind the Mongolian Grill that appeared to have an unresponsive man inside. Upon investigation, they noticed a lot of garbage, animal feces, and a live rabbit inside the car. The man and woman inside were asleep and agreed to move along. ______________________________________________________________________________

MALICIOUS MISCHIEF REPORT | SNOQUALMIE LIBRARY

On January 2nd around 7:00AM, a caller reported that the gas line on their car had been damaged overnight after someone attempted to siphon gas. ______________________________________________________________________________

DUI/PHYSICAL CONTROL | ORCHARD AVE SE & SE GRAVENSTEIN CT, Snoqualmie

On January 2nd around 10:35AM, an officer attempted to pull over a subject suspected of drinking and driving. The subject tried to get away but eventually was stopped and taken into custody. He was booked into Issaquah County Jail for DUI and driving without a license. ______________________________________________________________________________

THEFT REPORT | SE BETA ST, Snoqualmie

On January 2nd around 10:55AM, a caller reported that their mail and mailbox had been stolen. ______________________________________________________________________________

DRUG PROBLEM | ACE HARDWARE, North Bend

On January 4th around 7:45PM, a caller reported two women for smoking marijuana in public, claiming to have videos of them as proof. Police spoke with the subjects about smoking in public and educated them about the law. ______________________________________________________________________________

NOISE COMPLAINT | SW 12TH ST & 11TH CT SW, North Bend

On January 4th around 10:00PM, a caller reported that their neighbor’s dog had been outside barking for several hours. The homeowners weren’t home when officers arrived, but a neighbor called them and informed police that they were on their way home and would bring the dog inside when they got there. ______________________________________________________________________________

PANHANDLING | SAFEWAY, North Bend

On January 5th around 3:00PM, officers made contact with a panhandler who had been asked to leave the store twice and issued him a notice of trespass for one year. ______________________________________________________________________________

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE | SW 10TH ST, North Bend

On January 6th around 12:00AM, a caller reported witnessing physical violence between a husband and wife. By the time the police arrived, the husband had left the scene, and was found to be staying at a hotel near Bellevue. Snoqualmie police requested assistance from the Bellevue Police Department, and together they made contact with the subject. He was booked into Issaquah Jail for domestic violence/ assault. ______________________________________________________________________________

THREATS | SNOQUALMIE VALLEY TOWING, North Bend

On January 6th around 1:45PM, a woman who was angry that her vehicle had been impounded threatened to break into the lot so she could get her belongings from her car. The subject was not on location when police arrived. ______________________________________________________________________________

THEFT IN-PROGRESS | TWIN PEAKS, North Bend

On January 6th around 10:35PM, a caller reported that a subject stole $80 worth of lighters and spinners from the store. Police were unable to locate them but forwarded charges for a known subject. ______________________________________________________________________________

SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES | SE LEITZ ST, Snoqualmie

On January 7th around 7:50PM, a caller reported that her and her husband’s garage door openers suddenly stopped working. Three of her neighbors in the area were experiencing the same thing and believed it to be suspicious. An officer talked with the reporting person and advised her that it was most likely due to a power surge. ______________________________________________________________________________

MALICIOUS MISCHIEF REPORT | ROOSTER VALLEY FARM, Snoqualmie

On January 9th around 8:30AM, a caller reported that the building had been vandalized sometime the day before— the rooster’s head was painted black. ______________________________________________________________________________

FRAUD | CARMICHAEL’S, Snoqualmie

On January 9th around 3:25PM, an employee called to report a woman who attempted to pass a fake $50 bill. She was turned away and left the store with the bill. Police made contact with her and she consented to have her bag searched, where they found another fake $50 bill. She admitted to using a fake bill at the Woodman Lodge the night before. The reporting person at Carmichael’s confirmed the woman’s ID, and the Woodman bartender also remembered her from the previous night. Charges were forwarded to the prosecutor.

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