POLICE BLOTTER | Car in Tree, Scanner Gun not Pistol, Over the Limit for Dog Park

Here are some of the calls the Snoqualmie Police Department responded to last week in North Bend and Snoqualmie.


ANIMAL PROBLEM | Three Forks Dog Park, Snoqualmie

On March 7th officers responded to Three Forks Dog Park after a male brought more dogs than allowed to the off leash park.  The caller advised they were told by the parks department to call if the subject visited the park again with too many dogs – as he had been previously warned. The man was removed from the park and warned to comply with dog park rules.


On March 10th a caller reported that a man had entered the store with a gun in his hands, which was described as a smaller pistol. Police responded and the dispatcher called into the store – and was advised by an employee that everything was okay.  It was a store employee carrying a UPC “scanner gun” – not a pistol.

ACCIDENT/ INJURY/ DUI | 457th Ave, North Bend

On March 11th a caller reported that an SUV had crashed into their yard, landing six feet off the ground in a tree and deployed both air bags.  Police responded, along with aid crews.  Th female driver was read her Miranda rights and then transported to Swedish Hospital with possible DUI charges to follow.

THEFT REPORT | Sword Fern Ave, Snoqualmie

On March 12th a resident filed a report that a package containing tennis shoes was stolen from their porch. The caller stated his wife saw a male subject carrying a duffle bag in the area.


On March 12th, a caller reported a male and female pushing each other, walking along North Bend Way. The caller said the couple was last seen in the Forest Service parking lot.  Police responded – contacted and separated both parties.  There was no assault claim made by either party.  They stated there were “just talking in an animated manner.”


On March 13th a caller reported suspicious subjects, possibly shoplifters, in the store.  Police responded and followed the two female subjects as they left in their vehicle.  A traffic stop was conducted in which the officer found bags in the vehicle with multiple articles of clothing from VF Factory store, but no receipts.  Both females admitted to taking the clothing. They were cited for Theft 3.  One woman had a warrant out of Renton and was booked into jail.

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