Police Blotter | Pickles and Toilet Paper; Angry Drivers; Beer-drop-and-Dash; Drunk walking by Choice

blotter logoHere area  few of the calls the Snoqualmie Police Department responded to in North Bend and Snoqualmie over the past two weeks.

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AGENCY ASSIST | SNOQUALMIE PKWY & RAILROAD AVE SE

On February 21st around 5AM officers and the fire department responded to an intoxicated male who “wanted to walk home.” His family was on scene and wanted to drive him, but he refused. He was medically cleared by the fire department and officers allowed him to “do what he wanted.”


MALICIOUS MISCHIEF REPORT |  WEST CREST VIEW LOOP

On February 21st around 9AM a caller reported that a car was vandalized – with a jar of pickles and toilet paper all over it.  An officer responded. The vehicle’s own wondered why police were there as he reported there was no obvious damage and he would wash the car.


RECKLESS DRIVING |  MEADOWBROOK WAY & ETHAN WADE WAY 

On February 22nd around 6:30PM a caller reported a reckless driver who tailgated him and then pulled along side of his vehicle and “made a ‘gun’ out of his hand and was aggressive.”  The aggressive driver also reportedly tried to force the caller off of the roadway and was then “brake checking him” after moving in front of the caller’s vehicle.  An officer responded but was unable to locate the driver.


ANIMAL PROBLEM  |  HANCOCK AVE SE

On February 23rd at 7:30PM a caller reported suspicious activity on their back porch, possibly a large animal that might have pulled a barbecue around the side of their home. The caller reported hearing possible scratching on the side of the home too.  An officer responded but could not locate an animal.  It wasn’t entirely clear if it was an animal or the wind.


THEFT REPORT | NORTH BEND WAY

On February 23rd around 10:15PM a caller reported the theft of a blue and white Giant mountain bike.


THEFT IN-PROGRESS  |  NORTH BEND SAFEWAY

On February 25th around 1PM an employee reported that a man had stolen beer from the store and left toward Bendigo Blvd. The subject was described a white male and 18 years old.  The manager confronted the subject in the parking lot, who left the beer and fled. An office responded to the male’s home, who wasn’t there, but spoke to a family member. The subject was cited with a summons.


SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES | CORTLAND AVE, Snoqualmie

On February 26th at 4:30PM a caller reported that a homeless man was sleeping behind his fence is a sleeping bag.  An officer responded and contacted the man who was sleeping in the rain.  He was transported to the overnight winter shelter in Snoqualmie.


DISTURBANCE |  SNOQUALMIE PKWY & SWENSON DR

On February 27th at 12:15PM a caller reported a road rage incident where a subject flipped off the caller, stopped in the middle of the road almost causing an accident, and then sped away toward Cascade View ES.  An officer responded but no one was willing to press charges.


SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES | EDGEWICK, North Bend

On February 28th around 4AM a caller was reporting a suspicious vehicle and then hung up. The caller did not answer when the department called back. An officer responded and found a subject sleeping in a car because his wife had kicked him out.


THEFT REPORT |  SI VIEW POOL, North Bend

On February 29th at 12:45PM the pool reported the theft of six credit cards, an iPhone, $25 and miscellaneous insurance and ID cards from the locker room.  An office responded and located the suspect who confessed. The stolen property was recovered from three different locations around the city.


SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES | MILLPOND RD, Snoqualmie

On March 3rd around 3AM a caller reported an unknown light in the woods. An officer responded and found that light from a house around Millpond was reflecting in the water.

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