Police Blotter | Dispute over Loud Dogs; Citation for Giving the Finger; Tip Jar Thief Returns for Candy

SnoqualmiePolicePatch

Here are some of the calls the Snoqualmie Police Department responded to in North Bend and Snoqualmie, Octber 12th – October 17th, 2014.

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NOISE COMPLAINT  |  8300 BLK FALLS AVE SE, Snoqualmie

 October 12, 2014; 11:50AM

A noise complaint was filed alleging that dogs were left penned up in a home, were making too much noise and is a continual weekend problem when homeowners are gone. Police advised caller to follow-up with animal control.

Homeowner then called and advised police that the person who file the complaint threatened him when he pulled into his driveway. He hung up before giving any further information.  Officer advised that it appears to be an ongoing neighbor problem.

Officer cited one person for flipping neighbor off in his presence, which then provoked that neighbor into wanting to fight. Citation issued and there will be a court summons.

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 THEFT REPORT  | CASCADE COVENANT CHURCH, North Bend

October 12, 2014; 12:03PM

 Yard maintenance equipment reported stolen from shed, including a leaf blower and miscellaneous items.  Shed was locked. Locks were cut. Theft occurred sometime over the past week.  No suspect information known.

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 THEFT IN-PROGRESS  |  SAFEWAY STORE, North Bend

October 13, 2014; 4:50AM

It was reported that a white male and white female in their late 20’s just fled the store in a silver/gray Honda wagon.  The female filled a black shopping bag and fled into a waiting vehicle, which headed toward I-90.

The person who reported the theft got the license plate number and said the store had video surveillance. The female suspect was positively identified in a lineup.

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 RECKLESS DRIVING  |  BALLARAT AVE NE, North Bend

October 15, 2014; 3:27PM

 A person reported that two vehicles were speeding up and down Ballarat Ave. One is a black, extended cab Chevy truck, with a silver Toyota truck chasing it.  Last seen headed northbound.

The caller requested extra patrols to help catch the drivers in the act.

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 DISTURBANCE  | 1200 BLK BENDIGO BLVD, North Bend

October 15, 2014; 8:54PM

A person reported that the landlord is at the location, damaging things, knocking over computers and throwing items.

The caller said the female landlord was angry with renovations done at location – had come in upset about things being done and poked him in the chest and flipped hat off his head.  Another man tried to calm her down.

Officer responded and took the woman into custody for disorderly conduct.

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CITIZEN ASSIST  | SNOQUALMIE PKWY & DOUGLAS AVE, Snoqualmie

October 16, 2014; 1:06PM

A person reported that a black Passat wagon had stalled eastbound on Snoqualmie Parkway.  It was unknown what was wrong with the vehicle.

The vehicle was moved off the roadway.  It was out of gas. Driver was provided with a gallon of gas. Vehicle started and problem was solved.

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THEFT REPORT  |  RAILROAD AVE; COFFEE EXPRESSO, Snoqualmie

October 16, 2014; 6:36PM

A person reported that a shirtless white make with blonde hair and bad teeth was last seen heading toward downtown Snoqualmie after stealing tips from Coffee Expresso stand.

The caller said the man asked for water. When the employee turned around the jar was emptied. The man walked away quickly and then came back and asked for candy – then left again.

Officer responded, but was unable to locate the suspect, who was wearing a bandana on his head with a hat over it. Approximately $15 was stolen.

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