Here are a few of the calls the Snoqualmie Police Department responded to in North Bend and Snoqualmie during the past two weeks:
THEFT REPORT | SE RIVER ST, Snoqualmie
On December 26th around 8:30PM, a caller reported that two propane tanks had been stolen off of his travel trailer sometime before Christmas Eve. Did not want to file a report but requested additional patrols.
MALICIOUS MISCHIEF REPORT | KIRBY NELSON ORTHODONTICS, Snoqualmie
On December 28th around 7:30AM, a caller reported a burglary and vandalism of the building. A fire extinguisher was a let off in the building, paintings were taken down and there were foot prints and vomit in the upper lobby.
DRUG PROBLEM | MAIN AVE S, North Bend
On December 29th around 3:15PM, a caller reported his neighbor for smoking marijuana, claiming that it is not allowed in the building even if it’s legal in the state. Police found that the neighbor has a medical card for it, but advised she look into other ways of getting her THC besides smoking since it annoys her neighbors. It was determined to be a civil issue.
MALICIOUS MISCHIEF REPORT | TA TRUCK STOP, North Bend
On December 31st around 12:20AM, a caller reported that a person had punched out the window of his car using brass knuckles. The caller explained that there were three people, two men and one woman, who were at the Pour House at the same time and were trying to pick a fight with him.
ALARM/BURGLARY | SE WOODY CREEK LN, Snoqualmie
On January 1st around 2:43AM, a caller reported that the security alarm went off in their home and they found an unknown man sleeping on their couch. The window was broken and there was broken glass on his shirt. The caller reported the man smelled of alcohol and was unresponsive, but still breathing. Officers responded and detained the subject, as well as called for first aid as the man appeared to be having alcohol related issues. The subject blew a .143 on the breathalyzer. After he was checked by paramedics, police took him to King County Jail.
SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES | TRUCK TOWN, North Bend
On January 1st around 7:30AM, police detained a man who was walking around carrying an AR-15 rifle after multiple callers reported the man. Officers eventually found him in the store at the 76 gas station.
SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES | OUTLET MALL, North Bend
On January 1st around 11:20PM, officers contacted two subjects who were hanging out in a car in the back parking lot. They claimed to be Nike employees. The officer advised them they should probably hang out somewhere else after the mall is closed.
UNWANTED SUBJECT | QFC, North Bend
On January 2nd around 4:30PM, a caller reported an aggressive woman in the parking lot asking for money, banging on windows of cars. An officer contacted her and advised her not to continue this behavior.
CITIZEN ASSIST | TWEDES CAFE, North Bend
On January 2nd around 9:30PM, officers were contacted by a citizen who found a woman walking around the city without shoes. The woman said that she walked away from her car and boyfriend and then could not find it again. She reported no assault or argument with the boyfriend, just that she was starting to get upset so she walked away. Officers located the vehicle at Safeway, where woman was reunited with it, as well as her shoes.
ALARM | COFFEE EXPRESSO, Snoqualmie
On January 3rd around 2:00PM, the drive through silent panic alarm was triggered. Officers contacted the barista and found out that she pushed the alarm because she was being harassed by two men. Both men were arrested on felony warrants.
THEFT IN-PROGRESS | NIKE STORE, North Bend
On January 3rd around 8:00PM, a caller reported a pair of people had stolen two bags worth of merchandise from the store. Officers contacted employees and searched the area, but were unable to locate the subjects.
SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES | THREE FORKS DOG PARK, Snoqualmie
On January 4th around 6:40AM, officer observed a vehicle at the park. A subject who was in the driver’s seat had a misdemeanor warrant. The officer booked the subject in Issaquah Jail.