Police Blotter | It’s called Prowling Behavior, Trouble at the Library, Erratic Parking Lot Driver

SnoqualmiePolicePatchHere are a few of the calls that the Snoqualmie Police Department responded to in North Bend and Snoqualmie during the first few days of January 2016.



On January 2nd at 12:45PM a caller reported that a black Ford Edge with a dealer plate and back window broken out was driving erratically in the parking lot of the shopping center.  An officer responded and took the driver into custody after a positive identification of the driver from the caller.

PROWLING |  North Bend Train Depot

On January 3rd at 1PM a caller reported a male subject with a black face mask and black hooded jacket was walking up and down, looking into cars. An officer responded and contacted two subjects near the depot, advising them that they exhibited car prowling behavior and that it was unacceptable.

DISTURBANCE |  North Bend Truck Town

On January 5th around 6:30PM a caller reported that two truck drivers were occupying spots they had not paid for – and got in the lot attendant’s face when confronted about the situation. An officer responded and requested that the drivers to move.


On January 6th at 1PM a caller reported a white male pulling items out of the donation bin in Smokey Joe’s parking lot and putting items into his duffle bag.  The caller left the area and wished to remain anonymous. An officer responded and made contact with the man who claimed he was putting items IN the donation box.


On January 8th at 4:30AM a caller reported hearing a car pull up and a possible gunshot – but the caller could not see anything or a car that didn’t belong in the area.  Nothing was seen in the area.


On January 8th around 12:30PM a caller reported three unwanted subjects in the men’s restroom, possibly two males and one female, with one of the subjects unclothed.  They were asked to leave but did not respond. Two had previously been trespassed from the library for one year. An officer responded and trespassed two subjects from the library.

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