Police Blotter | Homicide Suspect Arrest; Court Order Violation; Collision

March 17, 2024

At approximately 7:30 am, Snoqualmie officers responded to a dispatched injury collision. The single-vehicle collision occurred when the driver struck a tree, causing the vehicle to roll onto its roof. The driver had minor injuries and her passenger did not appear to have any injuries at the time.

March 19, 2024

Through the diligent work of multiple investigators, a conclusion was finally reached in a North Bend Death Investigation case from 2019 in which the victim was a young baby boy. Upon new leadership and direction from Chief Lynch, the cold case came to an end when a Murder 2 warrant was issued for the suspect. On March 19, a Snoqualmie Detective and Police Sergeant apprehended the suspect in Tacoma, WA.

March 20, 2024

North Bend units assisted a Montana law enforcement agency locate a wanted suspect. The suspect reportedly had a $50,000 warrant for his arrest. He also was reported to have his two young children with him unlawfully. The children were reportedly listed as missing/endangered. The suspect also stated that if law enforcement attempted to take his children, he would kill them. 

Using the information provided, an officer located the suspect in a vehicle at QFC with his children. The suspect was taken into custody, and the children were safely recovered. The suspect was subsequently booked into King County Jail.

March 24, 2024

Officers responded to a burglary report that occurred likely during the early morning hours. On review of cameras, the suspect appeared to have removed a window from the Papa Murphy’s store in North Bend but did not appear to take anything. However, the adjacent O’Reilly Auto Parts store reported a similar removed window and stolen items from their store.

March 24, 2024

North Bend patrol units responded to a Court Order Violation in Progress at Red Oak Retirement Center. The subject was located, and the order was confirmed to have been served. The subject was arrested for violating a Vulnerable Adult Protection Order. The subject was transported and booked into Issaquah Jail.

March 24, 2024

In the early morning, an officer observed a vehicle nearly double the listed speed limit in downtown Snoqualmie. The officer initiated a traffic stop on the vehicle and observed possible signs of impairment with the driver.

The driver performed a voluntary field sobriety test. The officer concluded that the subject was impaired and arrested her for Driving While Under the Influence.

The subject eventually provided a valid breath sample at the Snoqualmie Police Department. This indicated that the driver was approximately two-and-a-half times above the legal limit. She was later booked into the Issaquah Jail.

March 24, 2024

A Snoqualmie officer responded to a dispatched collision at SE Jacobia Street and Snoqualmie Parkway. The officer learned that a driver had been distracted and rear ended another occupied vehicle. The officer issued a criminal citation as the initial driver had a suspended license. He also issued traffic infractions to the driver for following too closely and for registration expired over two months. The officer provided the driver with a warning for not having insurance on the vehicle.

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