Police Blotter | Just trying to get out of the Rain; Shut them off, Leave them off; Horses on the Run; Aggressive Solicitor

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Here are a few of the calls the Snoqualmie Police Department responded to in North Bend and Snoqualmie during the past two weeks.

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MALICIOUS MISCHIEF REPORT  |  SE KING STREET, Snoqualmie

On February 13th at 9:40AM a caller reported that their car was keyed overnight, but they were unsure where it actually happened.  Damage occurred to the passenger side, possibly while at the casino, and estimated at $250.  The owner was given a case number, but no suspects were known.


NOISE COMPLAINT |  SCHUSMAN AVE & EPSILON ST, Snoqualmie 

On February 13th around 7:15PM a caller reported loud generator noise coming from a nearby home with three RV’s parked behind it.  An officer responded and found two generators running.  The subjects were advised to shut them down and not turn them back on.  They complied with the officer’s request.


RECKLESS DRIVING |  W NORTH BEND WAY, North Bend

On February 13th around 11PM a caller reported an erratically driven SUV turning onto Bendigo Blvd. An officer responded and pulled behind the vehicle one block before it entered the Chevron station.  The officer observed no signs of impairment or violations and then spoke to the driver and again observed no signs of impairment.


SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES | NORTH BEND LIBRARY

On February 14th around 12:15PM a caller reported a subject covered by a garbage bag sleeping in front of the library.  An officer responded and made contact with the subject who was very friendly and cooperative – and just trying to stay out of the rain.  The officer asked him “if he wouldn’t mind finding a different place to sit as he was right next to the book return and possibly intimidating to people.”


SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES | STELLAR PARK, Snoqualmie 

On February 15th at 7:15AM a caller reported that the trash can outside the park’s restroom appeared as though it had been lit on fire.  An officer responded – an unknown suspect burned the city trash can.  No suspect info was known.


HAZARDOUS ROADWAY CONDITION |  MOUNT SI NURSERY, AREA OFF BALLARAT AVE

On February 16th around 6:30AM a caller reported two black horses running into traffic on Ballarat.  The caller said it “appears they belong in the pasture, but don’t know how we will get them back in.”  A neighbor would try to contact the owners.  Owner was found and the horses on the loose were walked back into the pasture.


DRUG PROBLEM |  NORTH BEND MCDONALD’S

On February 17th at 9:45AM an employee called to report finding drug paraphernalia in the restaurant’s bathroom.  The indicated they would bag the items up for an officer to pick up.  An officer responded and properly disposed of  a drug needle.


THEFT REPORT  |  MAPLE AVE SE, Snoqualmie

On February 18th around 3PM, $400 worth of property stolen from the front yard of a Snoqualmie home was located in a local thrift shop.  The items were recovered from the antique shop and returned to the owner.


SOLICITORS/PEDDLERS  |  SE 9TH ST, North Bend

On February 18th at 6:30PM a caller reported an aggressive solicitor in their neighborhood, saying they were very rude and did not have a permit.  The subject described as a black male in his 20’s and wearing a black jacket left the home and headed toward 8th Street.  An officer responded, but was unable to locate the man.  A neighbor also reported seeing a suspicious black sedan with tinted windows in the area.

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