Here are few of the calls the Snoqualmie Police Department responded to in North Bend and Snoqualmie during the first week of March.
NOISE COMPLAINT | SE LEITZ ST, Snoqualmie
On March 1st around 7:30PM a caller reported a possible underage party with lots of vehicles and teens going in and out of residence. An officer responded and heard nothing on the approach to the house. After speaking with persons inside, learned it was a dance party. He advised the hosts to keep the party under control.
UNWANTED SUBJECT | North Bend Library
On March 2nd at 3:30PM a caller reported a male wearing headphones had passed in a computer alcove, saying the man had been in the library for an hour. An officer responded and reported the male was intoxicated and asleep with a single serve box of wine. He was banned from the library for the rest of the day and warned if he returned he would be arrested for criminal trespass.
THEFT IN-PROGRESS | NORTH BEND BARTELL DRUGS
On March 2nd at 9:30PM a caller reported a man at the check stand concealing a bottle of wine, saying the man seemed very delusional. An officer responded but was unable to prove any theft had occurred as the caller did not see the subject take any items and did not have constant visual contact. The caller requested the man be trespassed from the store for two years.
SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES | E PARK ST, North Bend
On March 5th around 8:30AM a caller reported they were with a suspicious person at abandoned houses who was spraying water inside the houses where walls were ripped out and wires had been taken apart. An officer responded. The person was trespassed from the property. The officer reported that he grabbed his personal belonging when leaving the house.
WELFARE CHECK | 6TH ST & BALLARAT AVE, North Bend
On March 7th around 6:30PM a caller reported a person who appeared intoxicated was having a hard time walking. The caller said the man was in the middle of the street, laying down in the roadway. An officer responded and got the man out of the road. The fire department was called and the man with a high BAC level was transported to Snoqualmie Valley Hospital for detox.
THEFT REPORT | FAMOUS FOOTWEAR, North Bend
On March 7th at 6:30PM a caller reported three subjects stole five pairs of Timberland shoes and left in a silver sedan heading toward the freeway.