Police Blotter | Assault at the gas Station, Please move Mr. Deer, Public Marijuana Smoking on Ridge

spdHere are some of the calls the Snoqualmie Police Department responded to in North Bend and Snoqualmie over the past couple of weeks.

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ASSAULT REPORT |  NORTH BEND 76 GAS STATION

On November 2nd at 12:40AM a caller reported that someone was attacked by three people at the gas station who then fled in a sedan.  The caller advised police that the assaulted person was kicked, had their wallet stolen and the assailants reside in a nearby apartment.

Officers responded and arrested all three suspects, with one booked into King County Jail on an outstanding warrant.  They were all charged via investigation.


SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES |  NORTH BEND SAFEWAY

On November 3rd at 9:45AM a caller reported seeing a male subject pull off the rear window of a Jeep and climb in. The man was described as white with lots of tattoos, hat on backward and pants hanging low.  The Jeep was driven out of the parking lot entrance and the caller lost site of it.


MALICIOUS MISCHIEF REPORT |  11th Place, North Bend

On November 4th at 12:30PM a caller reported the back window of their vehicle was shattered, with suspect information unknown.  The caller wanted to file a report and get a case number for insurance purposes.


HAZARDOUS ROADWAY CONDITION |  BENDIGO & RIBARY WAY ROUNDABOUT

On November 4th at 12:45PM a caller reported a deer in the middle of the road at the roundabout. Police responded but upon arrival the deer was gone.


DRUG PROBLEM |  RIDGE ST & COTTONWOOD, Snoqualmie

On November 4th at 6PM, a caller reported a vehicle with a smelled of marijuana coming from it – and witnessed the occupant smoking something.  An officer responded, made contact with the subject and advised the person about marijuana laws and smoking it in public.


HARASSMENT |  NEWTON ST, Snoqualmie

On November 5th at 1:45PM a caller reported she was being harassed by her neighbor over an ongoing issue involving tire tracks in the alleyway, and claimed there was damage.  The caller then reported that the neighbor apologized once she discovered the alleyway was actually owned by the city.  The caller was advised of options if the problems continued – as that the issue was not criminal at the time.


HIT & RUN ACCIDENT |  436TH AVE  & CEDAR FALLS WAY, North Bend

On November 5th at 10:20PM a caller reported they were rear-ended at a stop sign by a dark-colored, full-size diesel truck doing a “good rate of speed.”  The caller reported the truck would have front end damage and was heading toward truck town on North Bend Way.  Police responded but were not able to locate the suspect truck.


COURT ORDER VIOLATION |  North Bend 76 GAS STATION

On November 14th at 9:45PM a caller reported a possible violation of a no contact order. Police stated they would review surveillance tape so see if the couple drove up in the car together.  It was determined the couple were still within 500 feet of each other.


RECKLESS DRIVING  | PICKERING CT, Snoqualmie

On November 14th around 6:30PM a caller reported a male in his late 20’s driving a mini bike recklessly through the parking lot and then heading out onto the main road – with no lights on the bike.  An officer responded but was unable to locate the subject.


SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES |  CEDAR AVE, North Bend

On November 15th at 1:15PM a caller reported a male subject was passed out in a vehicle that had been running for two hours. An officer responded and made contact with the man who was just sleeping.  He said his mother lived in the building.


HIT & RUN ACCIDENT  |  MAIN AVE, North Bend

On November 15th at 1:15PM a caller reported that a moving truck with a trailer took a turn too quickly and hit their vehicle’s side mirror. An officer responded. The driver of the truck stated he did not know the trailer had hit the mirror. Info was exchanged for the $20 damage.


PARKING PROBLEM  |  SWENSON DR, Snoqualmie

On November 15th a caller reported a vehicle parked in front of a fire hydrant on curb.  An officer responded and although parked legally, suggested the owner find a better location away from the hydrant.


PARKING PROBLEM |  CENTER BLVD, Snoqualmie

On November 16th at 10:45AM a caller reported a sports car parked in a handicapped spot for at least 45 minutes with out a proper placard. An officer responded and determined the car was not parked illegally as the spot was no longer a handicapped spot – with the emblem painted over and sign removed.


THEFT REPORT  |  KINSEY ST, Snoqualmie

On November 16th at 10:45AM a caller reported they had left a ladder outside the their contractor van and it was stolen, but no suspect information was known.  The ladder was later found two blocks away.

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