Police Blotter | ‘Banana bandit still on the loose’; tailgating driver points gun, turns self in; NOT drunk at the Dairy Freeze

Here are a few of the calls the Snoqualmie Police Department responded to in North Bend and Snoqualmie last week:

SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES | SATTERLEE AVE SE, Snoqualmie

On April 21st around 11:15PM, a caller reported that two men had come to their front porch and attempted to open the door to get inside. When they couldn’t, they walked to their neighbor’s house. It turned out that it was just friends of their neighbors and they had gone to the wrong house by mistake.

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MALICIOUS MISCHIEF REPORT | PINEHURST AVE SE, Snoqualmie

On April 24th around 9:15AM, a caller reported that their house had been “banana-ed” overnight— several bananas were thrown onto the roof of their home. There was no damage seen. An officer reported, “Banana bandit still on the loose, no suspects.”

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WEAPONS OFFENSE | I-90 & SNOQUALMIE PARKWAY, Snoqualmie

On April 24th around 1:10PM, a caller reported that a man who had been tailgating her on the freeway pulled out a gun and pointed it at her. The caller got off the freeway and parked near the Snoqualmie Parkway to call the police. Officers did a diligent check of the Snoqualmie area, but were unable to locate the subject.

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FOLLOW-UP WEAPONS OFFENSE | SNOQUALMIE POLICE DEPARTMENT, Snoqualmie

On April 24th around 2:15PM, in reference to the above call, the subject came into the police department with his attorney to turn himself in for pointing the gun at the female driver. He brought the weapon with him (in his car) and was non-threatening. King Country Sheriffs Deputies arrived. After interviewing the victim and determining that she wished to press charges, they took the subject into custody.

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SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES | SCOTTS DAIRY FREEZE, North Bend

On April 24th around 9:50PM, an employee called to report a man banging on the doors. The subject then went into his car and passed out in the front seat. There was alcohol visible in the seat next to him. Police arrived and administered a blood alcohol test but found that he had no alcohol in his system— the can of Miller Light in the seat next to him was unopened.

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THEFT REPORT | QFC, North Bend

On April 25th around 6:50AM, a caller reported that someone stole their backpack while it was unattended. The thief turned out to be a known subject who took a tablet and two knives from the backpack. All items were recovered by the employee, who was unwilling to assist with prosecution. The subject was trespassed from QFC for one year.

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THEFT REPORT | SAFEWAY, Snoqualmie

On April 27th around 4:50PM, an employee reported that a juvenile stole a beer from the store. An officer reported the theft stated it was  “A bottle of Old English 800. $4.00 value.”

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