Police Blotter | Hey, You Can’t Just Leave Car on the Curb; Dog Halts Traffic; Outlet Mall Smash & Grab; Female Walking, Pants Down

blotter logoHere are some of the calls the Snoqualmie Police Department responded to in North Bend and Snoqualmie from April 25th – May 9th, 2015

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SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES  | MOUNTAIN VIEW BLVD & 10TH ST, North Bend

On April 25th police performed an area check due to subjects associated with a sedan flying a drone in the neighborhood. The person reporting the incident felt the subjects didn’t belong.  An officer made contact with the group.  No crime was committed – just adults making a Go Pro video.


FRAUD |  NORTH BEND NAILS

On April 28th, the business filed a fraud report for a scam involving the final notice of a PSE bill and demanding payment.  The business did not fall for the scam, but wanted the police department to know about it.


THEFT REPORT |  SE GAMMA ST, Snoqualmie

On April 28th, a caller reported that the front and rear license plates on their son’s vehicle were stolen sometime overnight. There was no suspect information and it was unknown the plates were lost while driving off-road.


SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES | EJ ROBERTS PARK, North Bend

On April 29th at 9:30AM, a caller reported a pick up truck with a camper shell parked at the park. The driver got out and walked down Thrasher Ave.  The caller stated the male driver had not returned to the truck but there was another male in the passenger seat. An officer responded and discovered one of the subjects had a warrant for his arrest from the Kent Police Department. He was taken into custody and transported to a location to meet up with the Kent PD.  The vehicle was secured and left at the park.


SMASH AND GRAB | VOLCOM STORE, North Bend Outlet Mall

On April 29th around 2PM, police responded to a vehicle prowl in which subjects smashed a window and took food and an overnight bag containing shoes, personal items and a Kindle from inside the vehicle. A witness saw two male suspects leave in a brown Lexus SUV, but it was unknown in which direction they were traveling.


SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES | NORTH BEND WAY; TWIN PEAKS/GEORGE’S BAKERY

On April 29th police responded to a report of a female walking with her pants down who got into a white sedan at the location, which the caller stated was still parked behind the stores. When an officer arrived the vehicle was gone.  Vehicle registration was pulled, but no one was at the local address listed on the registration.


SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES |  SYDNEY AVE N & BENDIGO BLVD, North Bend

On May 1st a caller reported a possible homeless camp on the west bank of South Fork of the Snoqualmie River, about 500 yards from where the bridge and Snoqualmie Valley Trail cross the South Fork.  The caller reported seeing tents in the woods and lots of bicycle tracks.  Police responded and found one tent and a few beer bottles, but no people were present and the camp looked deserted.


 NOISE COMPLAINT  |  NEWTON ST, Snoqualmie

On May 2nd around 1AM police responded to a reported bon fire with loud noise.  An officer contacted three adults having a campfire and advised them to keep the noise down. They stated they were just finishing up, but the caller advised police that the fire was still going right under trees.  The officer then convinced the subjects to extinguish the fire and go home.


 VEHICLE PROWL IN-PROGRESS |  NORTH BEND WAY; 76 GAS STATION

On May 3rd around 1AM a caller reported someone was breaking into a car at the gas station – the only car parked in the lot. An officer responded and contacted the subject who was trying to get his stuff out of his friend’s vehicle.  The officer provided the subject with a courtesy ride to Snoqualmie.


PARKING PROBLEM |  FISHER AVE & ISLEY ST, Snoqulamie

On the afternoon of May 5th a caller reported that a construction worker was sitting in his truck in the neighborhood, near the park. The caller felt the worker should take his breaks at the park, not park in the neighborhood all day.  Police informed the caller that the worker was allowed to take his breaks anywhere in the area and no crime was being committed.


MALICIOUS MISCHIEF IN-PROGRESS |  PICKERING CT SE, Snoqualmie

On May 6th at 4AM, a caller reported a subject used a rock to break out their vehicle’s windshield and then slashed the tires. Police caught up with the subject in North Bend and detained the him/her.  Miranda rights were advised and the subject was transported to the Issaquah Jail.


POSSIBlE RECOVERY of STOLEN PROPERTY |  STONE QUARRY RD; NW RAILROAD MUSEUM

On May 6th, a caller reported discovering a family keepsake box containing documents with a name and other cards dating back to 1975 – in the museum’s trash. The officer was unable to locate the owner as living in the state, but thought possibly a family member might still be in the area.


SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES |   TRUCK TOWN, North Bend

On May 7th around 10AM, a caller reported that a female subject left her vehicle behind with the flashers on and parked on the curb. The caller said she left with one of the dogs in the vehicle toward Edgewick Road, but left the other dog, which jumped out of the vehicle and ran off.  The female was advised that if she left the vehicle there it would be towed.  An officer responded and trespassed the woman from the location for one year.


HAZARDOUS ROADWAY CONDITION | Snoqualmie Parkway; Near New Hospital

On May 7th around 10PM, a caller reported a small dog running in and out of traffic on Snoqualmie Parkway.  A group of people were trying to coax the dog off the roadway. A King County Sheriff’s Deputy got the dog into custody and transported it to Issaquah’s Alpine Animal Hospital.


COMMUNITY ORIENTED POLICING | North Bend Area

On May 8th around noon, police officers performed transient camp checks on the trail behind the North Bend Sewer Treatment Plan, the woods northeast of the trail near the bridge and other locations. One camp was discovered along the river, east of the trail. Officers made contact with several subjects, two of whom had been trespassed from the location previously.  The subjects agreed to pack up and leave. Another campsite was also located on the Cadman property. One subject at this camp had previously been trespassed from the location.  One subject was read Miranda right and taken into custody.


SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES  |  RAILROAD AVE SE, Snoqualmie

On May 9th, close to midnight, a caller reported a possible road rage incident. The female was being followed by a pickup truck with two possible subjects in it.  She reported they’d been following her for over 20 minutes, yelling, honking and flashing their lights.  The driver headed toward the Snoqualmie Police Department, where an officer determined both parties had been “misbehaving” and were told to stop.

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