Police Blotter | Speeding Emphasis on Dangerous Road, Biker with Chainsaw, Fire at Salish Lodge

SnoqualmiePolicePatchHere are some of the calls the Snoqualmie Police Department responded to in North Bend and Snoqualmie during the week of November 1, 2014.
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DISTURBANCE  |  NORTH BEND WAY; SURE SHOT PUB, North Bend

November 2, 2014; Reported 12:05AM

It was reported that a man brought his dog into the Sure Shot Pub with him and refused to leave.  A female bartender argued with the man.

An officer responded and it was determined the man was intoxicated prior to arriving at the pub. Officer (kindly) gave the man a ride home.

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TRAFFIC OFFENSE  |  E NORTH BEND WAY, North Bend

A North Bend man was pulled over and detained in front of Truck Town. The officer performed a consent to search on the vehicle. The man was arrested for 3rd Driving  Degree Suspended License and transported to the Issaquah Jail.

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MALICIOUS MISCHIEF REPORT | SE KINSEY ST, Snoqualmie

November 5, 2014; Reported at 7:17AM

A woman reported that three times in the past week, in the overnight hours, someone had been spitting chewing tobacco on her vehicle. She requested contact with police regarding the incidents. Officers were dispatched, but the woman was unavailable upon call back.

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TRAFFIC EMPHASIS  |  7400 MILL POND ROAD, Snoqualmie

November 6, 2014, 6:52AM

Officers performed a traffic emphasis on Mill Pond Road and gave multiple  warnings [to students] for speeding. An officer advised administration at Mount Si High School to make a public safety announcement about the dangers of speeding on narrow Mill Pond Road.

The two-lane road runs along the Snoqualmie River and has no guard rails and very little shoulder. Many students are using Mill Pond as an alternate route to school during construction and lane closures in downtown Snoqualmie.

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THEFT REPORT |  NORTH BEND QFC

November 6, 2014; Reported at 11:56PM

The store manager reported that a white male, in his 20’s with a thin build, stole a 24 ounce can of beer and was last seen walking westbound toward the Shell Gas Station.  Police responded and did a check of area, but were unable to locate the subject who fled prior to their arrival.

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SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES  |  NORTH BEND WAY 76 GAS STATION

November 7, 2014; Reported at 8:15AM

A caller reported seeing an older, white male wearing a helmet and coat riding a bike while carrying a chainsaw. The caller stated they had no idea what the man was doing with the chainsaw, but was trying to start it. The man was not threatening anyone with the chainsaw.

An officer responded. It was determined the man worked for a local business.

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FIRE DEPARTMENT ASSIST  |  SALISH LODGE, Snoqualmie

November 8, 2014; 12:42AM

Police officers assisted firefighters who responded to a fire that broke out in the laundry room of the Salish Lodge. The fire was out when officers arrived on the scene. All employees were safe, with one treated for smoke inhalation.

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