Police Blotter | Infamous Parking Lot Rock High Centers Car(s); SLOW Down by Schools; Dude, what’s that Smell?; Slipped away in the Darkness

blotter logoHere are a few of the incidents the Snoqualmie Police Department responded to in North Bend and Snoqualmie over the past two weeks.

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THEFT REPORT | RAILROAD AVE SE

On March 20th at 12:30PM a caller reported that a generator was stolen from their back porch the day before. The generator is a Honda 2200, red and black with a black cage around it, along with hand written instructions for use on it.


NOISE COMPLAINT | BALLARAT AVE, North Bend

On March 20th at 7:20AM a caller reported an ongoing issue with loud noise coming from a refrigeration truck nearby, asking that the noise complaint be documented. The refrigeration unit of a large semi trailer parked near the DNR building kicks on in the middle of the night, waking up the caller’s family.  Officer would attempt to contact the semi owner.


CAR HIGH CENTERED ON ROCK | CENTER BLVD SE, Snoqualmie

On March 21st around 1:30PM an elderly female driver got “high centered” on a rock located in a planter strip near the parking lot’s entrance. A tow truck was required “in order to removed it [vehicle] from the rock.” The car was still driveable and no injuries were reporedt. There was damage to the passenger side of the vehicle, but “no damage to the rock.”

[Three vehicles in 10 days ended up ‘high centered’ on this rock during the second half of March. Photo below is not related to report listed above, but is one of vehicles that encountered this rock during the 10 days.]


SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES |  W NORTH BEND WAY

On March 23rd at 10:20AM a City of North Bend employee requested assistance in checking under bridges for people living there.  An officer responded to the bridge near the Pour House and asked the folks underneath to move along and clean up their trash.

 


SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES | 457TH AVE SE, North Bend

On March 25th at 9:15AM a woman called to report the smell of marijuana. The officer reminded her that marijuana is now legal and “people have the ability to use it, and grow it with licenses.”  Upon arrival the officer could also smell the odor, but thought it was something other than marijuana that was “pungent.”  The area was checked, but the officer was un able to locate the smell’s source.


THEFT IN-PROGRESS | NORTH BEND SAFEWAY

On March 26th around 1PM, the store reported a suspected shoplifter, who was gone by the time an officer responded.  The suspect’s car was still in the parking lot, though, with a half-dozen items inside of it.


TRESPASSING IN-PROGRESS | PARK STREET, Snoqualmie

On March 26th around 8AM, a caller reported that her nephew was trespassing by sleeping in the shed outside the home’s front door.  The caller had left the residence but informed the officer that her teenage son could show the officer the trespassing order – which was hanging on her refrigerator door.  An officer responded and took the subject into custody. He was booked for criminal trespassing and drug paraphernalia – and was trespassed for another year from the residence.


TRAFFIC OFFENSE | MEADOWBROOK WAY & RAILROAD AVE

On March 26th at 6:20PM, a caller reported a road rage incident with an older white male in a white truck who was verbally abusive toward her. The caller said the man was speeding on I-90, as well as on Meadowbrook Way, and threw a can of fluid at her car. An officer responded who instructed the truck driver “to make better choices.” The man claimed the woman had intentionally blocked traffic and then flipped him off.


SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES | SW 10TH STREET, North Bend

On March 27th at 5AM a caller reported that someone was in her car, saying she thought she saw a “little light in the car.” An officer responded and found the car was locked, the door slightly ajar and the alarm going off.  The officer performed an area check of the entire development and found no vehicles with broken windows or car doors left open.


VEHICLE PROWL REPORT |  SNOQUALMIE FALLS

On March 29th at 11:15PM a vehicle prowl was reported. There was no damage and no suspect info provided.


SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES | SAFEWAY GAS STATION

On March 30th around 9:30AM an officer was contacted by a gas station attendant who was concerned about an individual who had dumped paint cans in the trash container two nights prior.


HAZARDOUS ROADWAY CONDITION | SNOQUALMIE PKWY & DOUGLAS AVE 

On March 31st around 10PM a vehicle lost its entire load in the roadway.  The driver removed all items and was also cited for the unsecured load


SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES |  E NORTH BEND WAY

On April 1st at 1AM an officer observed a vehicle speeding (69MPH) on North Bend Way. When the officer turned on the vehicle to stop it, the car quickly accelerated and turned off its lights, traveling into downtown. The officer did not keep up with the speeding vehicle and was unable to locate the car in downtown North Bend.


CITIZEN ASSIST |  SNOQUALMIE POLICE STATION

On April 1st around 8:30AM a caller contacted the police department to advise them of speeding vehicles in the Cascade View Elementary School zone on Douglas Ave. An officer was told this was an ongoing issue between 8AM – 8:30AM and requested the speed trailer be placed at the location.  All officers were advised to increase patrols in the area when available.

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