Police Blotter | DUI wrong-way driver with child; juvenile gun brandishing; pallet theft confusion

December 23rd


Around 7:20PM officers were dispatched to the North Bend QFC for a theft that had just occurred. The caller reported a subject had loaded up pallets into a truck and left. Officers were able to catch up to the vehicle. When asked about the pallets, he stated that his brother works at the location and had gave him permission. The pallets were returned, and management asked that the staff let them know before giving others permission next time.

December 24th


Around 1:30AM while patrolling Snoqualmie Parkway, an officer spotted a vehicle speeding and not maintaining its lane. The officer conducted a traffic stop and quickly noticed a heavy smell of alcohol coming from inside the vehicle and off the driver. After running the driver’s name, he came back with a prior DUI. Field sobriety tests were conducted, and the driver was booked for DUI, Suspended License and Violation of Required Ignition Interlock.

December 26th

Gun Brandishing

Around 3:45PM officers responded to a gun brandishing at the Snoqualmie Safeway parking lot. The two alleged suspects left before officers arrived. After looking through surveillance video, officers obtained a vehicle plate and were able to go to the associated residence. The subjects were contacted at the home and eventually the gun was found. One of the males was a juvenile and was booked at King County Juvenile Detention for Assault, Unlawful Possession of a Firearm and Theft. The second male was booked on existing warrants and Theft.

December 26th


Around 6:10PM near Snoqualmie Parkway and Swenson Drive, an officer passed a vehicle driving the wrong way on Snoqualmie Parkway. Officers were able to stop the vehicle and determine the female driver had been drinking. There was a 4-year-old child in the vehicle with her as well. The female was arrested for DUI and the father was called to pick up the child.

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