At 10:40PM officers were dispatched to the 76-Gas Station in Snoqualmie for a male who was bleeding from the head and pumping gas. Officers were able to stop the vehicle as it was leaving the gas station. Not only was the male bleeding from the head, but there was also a pool of blood on his floorboard and possible frost bite on his feet. The male apparently had fallen and had no idea where he was. He was taken to the hospital by aid.
Nerf Gun War
Around 9PM, an anonymous caller reported a possible domestic violence dispute in the 38500 Block of SE Newton St. Officers arrived and contacted the occupants who advised that they were having a nerf gun fight and everything was okay.
Around 3AM officers were dispatched to a location in downtown Snoqualmie for help removing a subject who had a history of being violent. Officers arrived and witnessed the male attempting to bother some women. When asked to stop, he immediately became hostile and started fighting with several officers. Eventually the taser was deployed, and the male was detained. After getting medically cleared, the male was booked and charged with Criminal Trespass, Assault, Resisting Arrest and Obstruct Public Servant.
Around 7:15AM officers responded to the North Bend QFC for two subjects slumped over the wheel in a vehicle. When officers woke up the individuals inside, the driver appeared to be trying to hide something in his hands. Officers could also see a glass pipe and tinfoil on the floorboard. The driver was detained for further investigation and during a routine search of the male, he was found to have 4 large throwing knives on him. The male was arrested and booked.
Male Lighting His Hair on Fire
Around 1:30AM a call came in from the 200 Block of SE Orchard Dr for an unknown male outside who was repeatedly falling and was trying to light his hair on fire. Officers contacted the male who appeared heavily intoxicated. His face was swollen, but he had a difficult time communicating to officers what had happened. Aid was requested and the male was taken to the hospital.
Around 2:45PM officers were requested to respond to the Bartell Drugs in Snoqualmie for a welfare check on a child that was screaming behind a closed door. The caller reported that a staff member came out and asked another staff member to assist them. Officers checked on the child and it turns out the child wasn’t thrilled about getting a shot.
Water Over Roadway
Around noon officers and Snoqualmie Public Works put up “Road Closed” signs in the 9000 Block of Boalch Ave SE for water over the roadway. After putting up the signs, an officer observed a vehicle go past the barricades and drive the entire portion of the roadway that was closed. The officer greeted the driver at the other end of the roadway and placed him under arrest for disregarding road closure signs.
Vehicle Filling up with Water
Around noon a 911 call came in from the 7800 Block of Pickering Ct SE in Snoqualmie from a male who stated he was stuck in a vehicle and it was filling with water. While on the phone, the water came up to the male’s abdominal area and he was unable to get out of the vehicle. Dispatch also notified Fire Crews. Officers and Aid arrived and were able to get the male out from the vehicle and provide him a ride to a nearby location. The next day, the driver was able to get his vehicle towed.
Around 1:20PM an officer was patrolling the 9000 Block of Boalch Ave SE when he spotted a vehicle that abruptly started to accelerate causing the vehicle to lose traction and keep accelerating. The officer was able to catch the speed via radar at 79 MPH in the posted 35 MPH zone. After stopping the vehicle, the male driver said he was conducting a “dyno” test to measure the vehicle’s engine power and torque. The driver was placed under arrest for Reckless Driving.