Here are a few of the calls the Snoqualmie Police Department responded to in North Bend and Snoqualmie over the past couple of weeks. We have also reached out to the King County Sheriff’s Office to inquire if they would consider releasing a similar weekly police log. Currently they said their systems isn’t flexible enough to ‘zoom in’ on fairly small, geographic areas. KCSO is retiring that program this year, though, and hopes the new system will allow for it.
ASSAULT IN-PROGRESS | MAINTENANCE SHOP, SE North Bend Way
On February 6th at 7:30PM a caller reported an employee at the shop was assaulted. The subject thn left in his truck. An officer responded where it was discovered that an argument developed over a non-reportable collision and when the employee tried to break it up, he was pushed. The subject was trespassed from the shop for one year.
DANGEROUS ANIMAL | STELLER WAY & OSPREY CT, Snoqualmie
On February 8th at 11:30AM a caller reported seeing a non-aggressive bobcat near the pea patch. The cat then ran into the woods near the Lake Alice power line road.
PARKING PROBLEM | SE 140TH ST, North Bend
On February 8th at 1:30PM a caller reported a parked car blocking a nearby mailbox. An officer tagged the car with a 24-hour warning until impound and left message for registered owner. After the caller reported that the owner removed the notice and did not move the car, SPD contacted the registered owner again, who then moved the car.
WELFARE CHECK | W NORTH BEND WAY, Tollgate Farm area
On February 9th at 11PM a caller reported an adult male walking in the middle of the road wearing dark clothing with no illumination, saying he looked ‘pretty messed up.’ An officer responded but was unable to located the man at first – then located the man closer to downtown North Bend. The officer transported the man to the winter shelter and warned him about walking in the road.
DUI/PHYSICAL CONTROL | SNOQUALMIE RIDGE IGA
On February 10th at 5PM a caller reported a female drinking a bottle of wine inside a Honda Accord and then pulling out of the parking lot. An officer responded but was unable to locate the vehicle.
ASSAULT IN-PROGRESS | NORTH BEND LIBRARY
On February 11th at 1:30PM a caller reported a fight outside the location in the grassy area and thought one person might need medical attention. An officer responded. One man had bruises and one ran on foot toward North Bend ES. EMT’s were not needed and the victim did not want to pursue charges.
THEFT IN-PROGRESS | NORTH BEND OUTLET MALL, Coach Store
On February 13th around 6PM a caller reported a man in his 20’s had stolen a backpack. He attempted to steal two, but a store clerk grabbed one away from the man as he ran out of the store toward Bendigo Blvd. An officer responded but was unable to locate the subject. The bag/backpack was valued at $595.
SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES | TRUCK TOWN, North Bend
On February 14th at 9:30PM a caller reported a younger male trying to shoplift alcohol who then left on foot heading toward Country Pride Restaurant. An officer responded and stated that it appeared three juveniles had been dropped off at the location and were trying to take beer, but got scared when they were being watched and left. The officer was unable to locate the juveniles. It was cleared due to no crime was committed.
ASSAULT REPORT | SMOKEY JOE’S TAVERN
On February 15th at 1AM a caller reported two men outside the tavern fighting with one possibly injured. An officer responded by everyone was gone on arrival. The bartender said the men were in “hand to hand combat” and then fled when she said she was calling the police, as they did not wish to speak to officers.
SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES | ASPEN Lane, Snoqualmie
On February 16th at 10:50AM a caller reported a suspicious male walking on the trail. An officer responded to find landscapers working.
THEFT IN-PROGRESS | NORTH BEND QFC
On February 16th around 5PM a caller reported that three subjects stole multiple items from the store. An officer responded and located the vehicle involved, pulling it over on Sydney and W. 3rd. One female was detained, but was cleared as she did not take anything from the store. Two other male subjects were not located, but the stolen items were recovered from inside the car.
HIT & RUN ACCIDENT | TRUCK TOWN, North Bend
On February 17th the police department was notified by the city’s Public Works Dept. that a street sweeping vehicle was hit and the driver took off. The suspect vehicle was located at Country Pride where it was discovered that an elderly male had hit the street sweeper causing minor damage. There were not injuries.
ASSAULT IN-PROGRESS | Snoqualmie Ridge
On February 17th at 2PM a caller reported an assault in progress, but no weapons were involved. An officer responded who reported victim’s husband had pinned her down to take her phone, biting her hand in the process. He was taken into custody and booked into Issaquah Jail.