Police Blotter | Injury Accident; Abandoned Dogs; DUI

May 8, 2023

Officers responded to an incident involving a male driver who got in a minor accident with another vehicle and was passed out at the wheel. After the other driver woke him up, he fell face-first out of the vehicle. When officers arrived, it was apparent that the male was under the influence. He was medically cleared by EMTs and taken to Issaquah Jail.

May 8, 2023

Officers responded to an airbag deploying, a 4-vehicle collision near SE North Bend Way and SE Mount Si Road. EMTs were called to evaluate vehicle occupants who were complaining of minor pain. It took over 1.5 hours to clear the roadway.

May 8, 2023

A North Bend Outlet Mall store reported a shoplifting incident in which a suspect was identified whom officers made contact with. The male subject agreed to pay for the merchandise and was trespassed from the store for one year.

May 9, 2023

An officer observed a male taking items from a donation bin in downtown Snoqualmie. When officers attempted to detain him, he began fighting them. Officers were able to detain the male successfully. He was also in possession of a stolen bicycle and had several misdemeanor warrants. He was booked into Issaquah Jail. The bike was returned to its owner. 

May 9, 2023

Officers contacted the driver of a vehicle with expired tabs and a broken windshield. Upon contact, the officer observed that the vehicle’s ignition had been punched and was being driven with a screwdriver in it. In the back window, there was also a trip permit that had been altered and forged. The driver had a non-extraditable warrant for reckless driving and was cited for a forgery attempt, DWLS 3rd and no insurance.

May 10, 2023

A male subject entered the Snoqualmie Subway and demanded all the money from the register. No weapons were observed. When the employee didn’t give him the money, he went to the safe and attempted to open it but was unsuccessful. The male then demanded the employee make him a sandwich. He was located hours later in the same clothing and had several warrants. He was booked at Issaquah Jail.

May 10, 2023 (addition made by Living Snoqualmie)

According to Snoqualmie Police Officer Chase Smith, night shift officers contacted a vehicle at the Three Forks dog park. The vehicle fled, and there was no chase. The person who fled left six dogs in the park: two adults and six puppies. Officers secured the front and back gates to the park. Animal control officers picked up the dogs at 8 am the next morning. The next day the owner provided proof of ownership, and the dogs were picked up from the animal shelter.

May 11, 2023

An officer stopped a vehicle with no license plates. The driver gave officers his relative’s name, which returned with a Domestic Violence Assault warrant. When the driver found this out, he provided his real name, which was returned with several felony and misdemeanor warrants, including theft, possession of payment instruments, and forgery. He was taken to King County Jail.

May 12, 2023

Officers conducted a traffic stop of a vehicle going 20 MPH over the speed limit in downtown North Bend. The vehicle slow rolled for quite some time before finally pulling over. When the vehicle pulled over, the officer smelled a strong odor of alcohol and marijuana. While doing field sobriety tests, the officer observed an alcoholic beverage in the door panel. The driver was arrested for DUI.

May 12, 2023

An officer observed a previously trespassed male at the North Bend truck stop. When the male was contacted, he said he knew he was trespassed, but everyone was “cool” with him. He was moved along, and charges were forwarded for Criminal Trespass.

May 14, 2023

Employees of a North Bend Outlet Mall store reported the theft of shoes and jerseys and reported the subjects left in a silver passenger heading toward I-90. $3000 worth of merchandise was taken. The suspects were not located.

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