POLICE BLOTTER | Indecent Exposure at Twedes, More Gas Siphons, Vehicle Prowl at Falls

Here’s some of the calls the Snoqualmie Police Department responded to in North Bend and Snoqualmie from December 12th – December 30th.
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THEFT REPORT | COACH STORE, North Bend
December 26, 2014; Reported at 5:02PM
A caller reported that a white male grabbed three bags from the store and ran out. The suspect was described as in his mid 20’s, 5;8″, thin, blond hair. He left in a white van and headed out of the outlet mall and toward the freeway.

SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES | SE 10TH ST, North Bend

December 24, 2014; Reported at 2:31AM

A caller reported what looked like a large bon fire behind their home along the river. An officer responded and reported there was no fire activity and it was 37 degrees and raining.


SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES | BURROWS / THOMPSON, Snoqualmie

December 23, 2014; Reported at 5:02PM

A caller reported a suspicious maroon colored van in the area, having heard that this color van had been following delivery drivers in the area and possible stealing packages. Police responded and found the vehicle unoccupied and discovered it was not a package thief, but belonged to a local resident.


TRAFFIC OFFENSE | MEADOWBROOK WAY SE, Snoqualmie 

December 22, 2014; Reported at 9:26PM

A traffic stop revealed the driver was diving with a suspended license. The driver was read his/her Miranda rights and cited via investigation and released.


SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES |  NORTH BEND McDONALDS

December 22, 2014; Reported at 11:24PM

A caller reported a female was in the restaurant lobby yelling at customers and then outside yelling at customers as they entered. Police responded and gave the woman a ride to the Issaquah Park and Ride


THEFT REPORT | 1130 E NORTH BEND WAY

December 22, 2014; Reported at 8:13AM

It was reported that overnight in the area of the 11oo block of East North Bend Way, several vehicles had their gas siphoned. No suspect information was known.


SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES | SE TANNER RD, North Bend

December 22, 2014; Reported at 4:51AM

A caller reported people in the woods behind her home, possibly two males and she also thought she heard a quad vehicle. Police responded and checked the area on foot but were unable to locate anyone in the woods.

INDECENT EXPOSURE | TWEDES CAFE, North Bend

December 18, 2014; Reported at 9:08AM
Police responded to reported of a male who exposed his genitalia to customers inside the restaurant. After exposing himself outside the cafe’s front window, he went into the restaurant restroom. An employee went toward the bathroom door and told the man he was not welcome. He barricaded himself and refused to leave.
The officer took a statement from a couple seated at the cafe’s window. The man was taken into custody and taken to the Snoqualmie Police Department for transport to the Issaquah Jail. Further police research indicated the man had a possible previous Indecent Exposure charge. He was booked into jail on Indecent Exposure charges.

DOMESTIC DISPUTE | PICKERING CT, Snoqualmie
December 16, 2014; Reported at 6:08PM
A caller reported a possible domestic dispute from the next door apartment. She stated she could hear things being slammed against the wall and a male screaming.
Police responded to discover no crime – just subjects were arguing over grilled cheese sandwiches.

THEFT IN-PROGRESS |  JUDY’S ATTIC, Snoqualmie

December 16, 2014; Reported at 1:48PM
An employee reported that a 25-30 year old male attempted to steal a $75 coat. The employee made the subject take the coat off before he could leave the store in the coat. He was last seen heading toward North Bend on Railroad Ave. Police responded and issued a trespassing letter.

THEFT IN-PROGRESS | MOOSE LODGE, North Bend
December 16, 2014; Reported at 1:28PM
A person reported that an empty 1/6 barrel Georgetown Brewing keg was stolen off the lift gate of his delivery truck at the Moose Lodge, most likely by someone driving a dark grey vehicle. Per the driver’s employer, a report did not need to file a report.

SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCE | BENDIGO BLVD N, North Bend
December 15, 2014; Reported at 11:39AM
A caller reported four males spotted going under the third bridge on the Snoqualmie Valley Trail, one carrying what looked like drug paraphernalia. Police responded and check under all bridges but were unable to locate the subjects.

VEHICLE PROWL REPORT | LOWER SNOQUALMIE FALLS PARKING LOT
December 15, 2014; Reported at 9:34AM
A caller reported a vehicle prowl occurred in past 10 minutes. The silver Kia had its front passenger window broken out. A purse and rain jacket were taken, including a wallet and tablet.

MALICIOUS MISCHIEF REPORT | FISHER AVE SE, Snoqualmie
December 14, 2014; Reported at 12:37PM
An officer responded to Fisher Park after it was reported that an unknown subject had vandalized the park restroom. The subject(s) spray painted the exterior door of the men’s restroom as well as the interior. Most of the painting was not discernible. More paint was also discovered on the back of the restroom building.

DOMESTIC DISPUTE | CEDAR AVE S, North Bend
December 13, 2014; Reported at 8:14PM
Police responded to a verbal argument between husband and wife. The wife was upset over husband’s drinking and growing a marijuana plant. The parties agreed to get along. No crime committed.

MALICIOUS MISCHIEF IN-PROGRESS | MAIN AVE S, North Bend
December 13, 2014; Reported at 8:06PM
It was reported that two subjects were possibly vandalizing the Huxdotter coffee stand at the location. The caller wasn’t able to articulate well what was happening as she was in parking lot across street. Police responded and found owners at their business, which was closed.
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