Police Blotter | ‘Assisted rancher with cattle drive’; Xbox anger; pumpkin vandal; lots of gas siphoning

Sno NB police badgeHere are a few of the calls the Snoqualmie Police Department responded to in North Bend and Snoqualmie over the past two weeks.

 

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THEFT IN-PROGRESS |  NORTH BEND SAFEWAY

On October 30th at 4:45PM an employee reported that a male and female left the store with a bag full of items and left in an older four-door Lincoln with a busted out, taped up window – heading toward the freeway. The employee reported knowing the man stole alcohol as she did get one bottle back, but it was unknown what else was taken.


THEFT REPORT | BETTER WAY LOOP, Snoqualmie

On October 31st, a caller reported the theft of three potted plants overnight.


HARASSMENT | 38000 BLK SE RIVER ST, Snoqualmie

On October 31st at 2:45PM a caller reported that a group of transients that hanging out in front of the location were being aggressive toward  her and her daughter while they were walking. The caller requested extra patrols in the area.


SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES |  248 BENDIGO BLVD, North Bend

A caller reported a group of kids trying to steal a stop sign. An officer responded and found the kids gone, but the sign still standing.


ANIMAL PROBLEM | BENDIGO BLVD, North Bend

On November 1st at 3PM a caller reported a cow trying to cross the road near the old farm house. An officer responded and met the owner of the cows and “assisted rancher with cattle drive.”


MALICIOUS MISCHIEF REPORT |  MAIN AVE, North Bend

On November 1st at 7:40PM a caller reported vandalism to his vehicle overnight – gas was stolen and the gas cap cover was damaged.


VEHICLE PROWL REPORT | RAVEN AVE, Snoqualmie

On November 3rd at 8:30AM a caller reported that two unlocked vehicles at the location had things stolen overnight. The caller said nothing of value was taken, but wanted officers to be aware of the incident.


MALICIOUS MISCHIEF REPORT | DOUGLAS AVE, Snoqualmie

On November 3rd at 11:30PM a caller reported two pumpkins were thrown at the front of their vehicle, breaking out the windshield. No suspect info was known.


DISTURBANCE | QUARTZ DR, North Bend

On November 6th at 1AM a caller reported neighbors were screaming, swearing and banging against wall.  An officer responded and found two men playing X-box Football and yelling at the TV screen. They were advised to keep the noise down.


THEFT REPORT |  PICKETT AVE, North Bend

On November 6th at 9:30PM a caller reported that his intoxicated son had taken his car without permission. He did not want him charged with taking the car, but was concerned about DUI. An officer did several area checks in North Bend and Snoqualmie, but was unable to located the male.


MALICIOUS MISCHIEF REPORT |  SNOQUALMIE POINT PARK

On November 8th around 1:30PM a caller reported that he had interrupted a male siphoning gas out of his vehicle. The suspect was described as a white male, 5’10” with blondish/brown hair and driving a red SUV.


THEFT REPORT |  BURROWS WAY, Snoqualmie

On November 8th at 8PM a caller reported a $1300 mountain bike was stolen from their garage.  The bike was described as a 2014 Diamond Back DB9, 26″ frame, blue/black with white lettering.


THEFT REPORT |  SI VIEW POOL

On November 8th around 8:30PM a caller reported his keys were stolen, as well as his vehicle from the location. The suspect was described at white male in his 20’s with dark hair and scruffy beard – and shorter than 6′ tall.  An officer responded – and also checked the victim’s home as the thief also stole his house keys.


THEFT REPORT | SNOQULAMIE AUTO REPAIR

On November 9th at 11:30AM a caller reported that gas was siphoned from multiple vehicles overnight.


THEFT REPORT | MAIN AVE, North Bend

On November 9th at 12:20PM a caller reported the theft of a wheel and tire from their vehicle. According to the responding officer, “I found said tire on a known subjects vehicle. Since no one seemed to know how the vehicle got to the residence and said subject was nowhere to be found, the vehicle was impounded. (Due to being used in a commission of a crime – wheel & tire).”

The tow company was nice enough to take the truck with the stolen tire/wheel on it to the victim’s house and put the tire back on their vehicle – and charge the owner of the suspect vehicle. According to the officer, “Sadly the victim did have to clean the nasty spray paint off the tire that was recently painted on it.”


SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES |  SE 86TH PL, Snoqualmie

On November 9th around 9:30PM a caller reported they were receiving calls from the FBI searching for an out-of-state family member. The calls were determined to be a scam.


MALICIOUS MISCHIEF REPORT | SILENT CREEK AVE, Snoqualmie

On November 10th at 11:30AM a caller reported graffiti on her back fence. She stated she wasn’t too worried about it since the fence backed to the trail. The officer reported the paint “had no discernible markings.”

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