Police Blotter | Is this Hot Tub Yours?, Sheep on the Lamb, Car in Ditch with NO Driver to be Found, Garden Hose Soaker Crime

blotter logoHere are a few of the calls the Snoqualmie Police Department responded to in North Bend and Snoqualmie during the first two weeks of April 2015.

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SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES  |  NORTH BEND WAY & SE 106TH PL

On April 5th police responded to a deserted vehicle off the roadway and in a ditch, with lights on.  A passerby found the vehicle “stuffed into weeds” along North Bend Way with no driver inside.  Police searched for the driver but were not able to locate.  The vehicle was towed and impounded.


SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES  |  SE CURTIS DR, Snoqualmie

On April 6th police responded when woman reported four unknown people came to her door with boxes like they were there to help her move.  An officer contacted the group who were out-of-town moving company employees and just lost.  The officer helped them find their way.


THEFT IN-PROGRESS  |  North Bend QFC

On April 6th police responded to the store when an employee reported two teenagers with backpacks shoplifting candy and Monster drinks.  The teens were released to their parent(s).  They were trespassed from the store with no charges to be filed.


SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES  | SNOQUALMIE PKWY & FISHER AVE SE

On April 7th while conducting an area check, an officer contacted a male hitchhiking on Snoqualmie Parkway, who was out of gas. The officer allowed the man to use his phone to arrange for gas to be brought to the vehicle’s location.


SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES  |  IGNITE DANCE STUDIO, North Bend

On April 7th police responded to the report of a possible transient man with bags and multiple hammers hanging out in front of the smoke shop for about an hour.  The caller was concerned about what the man was doing with the hammers.  An officer contacted the subject who was “just hanging around.”  Police had contacted the same man earlier that day at the post office.  No crime occurred.


THEFT IN-PROGRESS |  North Bend QFC

On April 8th, police responded to a shoplifting report at the store. The suspect left in a silver SUV – the license plate number was taken which led the officer to the subject’s home with the vehicle was in the driveway.  One male with a felony warrant was taken into custody and booked for the warrant and given a summons for the theft of health and beauty items from aisle 12.


SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES | E 2ND ST, North Bend

On April 10th police responded to a report of two subjects possible trying to break into the garage of an abandoned home.  The caller said the two males were trying to gain access through the boarded up side garage door, which they were trying to remove. The officer could not located the subjects and there was no sign of forced entry.  The doors were intact.


NOISE COMPLAINT  |  SE KINSEY ST, Snoqualmie

Police responded for a complaint of several people making a lot of noise at a residence.  The officer did not hear anything until he walked to the hot tub where he found the occupants and advised them to keep it down.  They agreed.  The reporting person then called SPD back to say she felt the hot tub occupants were trespassing, did not live at the residence and one subject had urinated on the grass.  The officer returned to the home a second time, but all hot tub occupants were gone upon his arrival.


THEFT REPORT |   SE 10TH, North Bend

On April 10th a woman reported the theft of two patio furniture cushions from her front porch.  Per a neighborhood email, she reported two other similar thefts in the past couple of weeks.  No suspect information was known.


DISTURBANCE |  POUR HOUSE BAR, North Bend

On April 11th police responded to the Pour House bar after a caller reported they were hit in the head with a beer bottle.  The bartender and patron were fighting over a beer that neither would release. The patron claimed the bartender threw a partially full beer at his face, striking him.  The bartender said while fighting over the beer, it struck the patron in the face. A citation for investigatory review was issued and the patron was trespassed from the property and business.


GOAT PROBLEM  |  SNOQUALM PL & NE 8TH ST, North Bend

On April 11th a caller reported loose livestock in the neighborhood: a female sheep and her lamb were in the roadway.  The sheep then ran off into a wooded area.  The caller did not know who owned the sheep.


MALICIOUS MISCHIEF REPORT |  BENDIGO BLVD, North Bend

On April 11th, police responded to a report of a garden house inside a vehicle, with the water turned on.  The driver’s door was cracked open and the hose was running into the car full blast.  The car’s interior was flooded up to the top of the floor boards, with water spilling out and onto the ground.  The front seats were also soak.  The officer stated “otherwise the car was in excellent condition.”  The officer turned off the water and photographed the damage.  The owner believed she knew who may have done the damage.


ANIMAL PROBLEM  |  SE FURY ST, Snoqualmie

On April 13th police responded to a report of a black bear in a backyard.  The bear scaled the fence and ran off into the woods after going through the homeowner’s trash.  Police were unable to locate the bear.


PANHANDLING  |  BENDIGO BLVD S & W PARK ST, Snoqualmie

On April 14th, a caller reported a transient man panhandling with a sign and dog that was lunging at cars and barking aggressively.  The caller wanted officer to make the man leave as she stated she didn’t feel safe leaving her home.


THEFT IN-PROGRESS |  Vanity Fair Store,  North Bend Outlet Mall

On April 17th an employee reported two women were attempting to shoplift items from the store, with items hidden inside a Nike bag.  The women were charged with 3rd degree theft/shoplifting.

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