POLICE BLOTTER | ‘Help, I’m Stuck in my Van,’ Threats at Smokey Joe’s, Unwanted Library Patron, Trees Filled with Toilet Paper and Condoms

police blotter

Here are some of the calls the Snoqualmie Police Department responded to from January 24th – February 6th, 2015

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SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES |  MT SI CHEVRON GAS STATION, North Bend

January 24, 2015; Reported at 8:14AM

A caller reported a suspicious male in the parking lot – yelling and harassing customers.  The subject was last seen walking toward McDonald’s.

Police responded and made contact with the subject would was non-compliant, but had calmed down a bit. He said he was heading to Seattle so the officer advised him on the location of the bus stop nearby.


SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES | NE 8TH ST, North Bend

January 25, 2015; Reported at 1:52AM

A caller requested a police drive through due to an unusual number of subjects walking around the street, possibly associated with the homeless shelter.  Police responded.  The streets were clear.


THEFT REPORT |  NORTH BEND QFC

January 25, 2015; Reported at 9:50PM

 A caller reported the theft of can of Bud Light ‘Lime’ beer by a man who left on a bicycle from the store’s rear parking lot.


DISPUTE |  KENS TRUCK STOP, North Bend

January 26, 2015; Reported at 2:54PM

A caller reported that a truck went through the truck wash and ran over hoses, which caused damage and was not willing to deal with the caller.

Police responded to the civil issue.  The officer was unable to tell if the trucker did indeed run over the hoses but was able to get the trucker’s business number so the car wash owner could call them to follow-up.


ASSAULT IN-PROGRESS | SMOKEY JOE’S TAVERN, Snoqualmie 

January 28, 2015; Reported at 11:21PM

A caller reported that he was hit in the chest by a subject inside the bar.  The caller does not know the person who assaulted him.

Police responded. No back up was necessary.  The subject trespassed from Smokey Joe’s for one year due to making threats toward people in the bar.


 SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES|  E 4TH ST, North Bend

January 30, 2015; Reported at 5:02PM

A caller reported an unwanted subject had returned to the North Bend Library after being trespassed from the library the night due to being drunk and passed out at the location.  A trespass notice was put in his back pocket at that time.

Police responded and made contact with the subject, who claimed he never got the trespass paperwork from the hospital. The officer re-issued the trespass warning and drove the subject out of the area.


AREA CHECK | TRUCK TOWN, North Bend

January 31, 2015; Reported at 7:28AM

 A caller reported there might be an occupied camp in the woods behind the 76 gas station.  Police responded, checked the gas station and then followed the trail to the woods where the officer located a subject in a camp.  The officer spoke to the subject for a bit and gave him 24 hours to exit the camp and remove his trash. The officer contacted the owner of the vacant commercial land and advised him/her of the incident.


 THEFT REPORT |  SE NORTH BEND WAY, North Bend

January 31, 2015; Reported at 10:39AM

Police responded to file a theft report for a generator that was stolen from the location overnight.  No suspect information was known.  The generator was valued at $400.  The owner was provided a case number for insurance purposes.


 MALICIOUS MISCHIEF REPORT | RIVERSIDE DR, North Bend

February 1, 2015; Reported at 7:52AM

A caller reported that his residence was toilet papered overnight, around 12:30PM.  The caller reported toilet paper, along with condoms filled with whipping cream and feminine products were hung from his fruit tress.  He suspected high school girls who know his 17-year old son may have been responsible.

Police gave the caller advice on how to handle the situation – so the son could let those responsible know the police were actually called.  No damage was done to the property. Hence, police determined the malicious mischief is unfounded.


MALICIOUS MISCHIEF REPORT |  SWORD FERN AVE, Snoqualmie

February 2, 2015; Reported at 11:26AM

A caller reported their home was egged overnight.  There was possible suspect info, but no damage was done to the residence.


WARRANTS/WANTED PERSON |  BENDIGO BLVD S, North Bend

February 4, 2015; Reported at 8:34AM

Police located a subject with multiple warrants. The subject was arrested and found to have drug paraphernalia on him.  He was booked into Issaquah Jail.


SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES | SE NORTH BEND WAY, North Bend

February 4, 2015; Reported at 9:48AM

A caller reported a suspicious male (possibly transient) holding a large teddy bear and continually packing and unpacking his things. Police responded to the local transient who was committing no crime.


SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES | MAPLE AVE SE & SE NEWTON ST, Snoqualmie

February 4, 2015; Reported 1:05PM

A caller reported that a male came tearing around the corner on foot and dropped a red lunchbox in a hedge at the intersection. He was last seen heading toward the 76 Station.  The caller feels the man dropped the lunchbox on purpose.

Police responded, found the lunchbox at an abandoned property and disposed of it.


AREA CHECK |  DOONE AVE SE, Snoqualmie

February 5, 2015; Reported at 7:52PM

Police responded to perform an area check after several car prowls in the vicinity were reported overnight.  The caller did not want to file a report, but requested extra patrols of the area.


CITIZEN ASSIST |  NORTH BEND OUTLET MALL

February 6, 2015; Reported at 12:12PM

 A caller reported that he had accidentally locked himself in the back of his commercial rental van. Police responded and successfully let the man out of the vehicle.

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