Police Blotter | Driving with drugs in open view; looking at phone, braking too late; road rage verbal warning

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

TRAFFIC STOP | BENDIGO BLVD & NORTH BEND WAY, North Bend

On April 13th around 9:20PM, police stopped someone for a traffic offense and noticed drug paraphernalia in open view. The subject gave the officer permission to search his vehicle where they found meth and various pills. The subject was charged.

ACCIDENT/NON-INJURY | RAILROAD AVE & MEADOWBROOK WAY, Snoqualmie

On April 15th around 4:40PM, police responded to a low speed rear-ending that happened because one driver was looking down at their phone and braked too late. Both parties took photos and exchanged information.

JUVENILE PROBLEM | CASCADE VIEW ELEMENTARY, Snoqualmie

On April 16th around 1:40PM, a caller reported teenagers had hopped the fence and were skateboarding on the playground. They ran off after being confronted by the reporting person and had left the area before an officer could make contact and remind them that they can’t skate on the playground.

ASSAULT IN-PROGRESS | MAIN AVE N, North Bend

On April 17th around 3:45PM, a caller reported a possible physical altercation between two men. There were no weapons involved, but one of the men was hitting the other man’s truck. Police made contact and discovered the fight was the result of road rage. They were cleared with a verbal warning.

THEFT IN-PROGRESS | SE BYBEE ST, Snoqualmie

On April 18th around 4:00PM, a caller reported that someone stole a package from their front porch and that they had video footage of the theft. Police searched the area and were unable to locate the subject.

WEAPONS OFFENSE | 735 SW MT SI BLVD, North Bend

On April 20th around 12:15AM, a drive through customer called the police to report that a man in the car in front of him stepped out of his vehicle holding a machete. The caller wasn’t afraid for their safety and the Machete Man got back in his car and drove off.

Comments

  1. I see another incident of road rage where whoever was involved was cleared with a verbal warning. My thought is whenever police intervene in any road rage incident where a verbal warning is given that the name(s) of the person(s) involved be reported and entered in a “road rage registry” because in many cases these individuals either escalate their bad behavior on the road or have other incidents of violence and uncontrolledanger.

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