On June 20th around 1PM an officer responded to a report of a panting dog left in a car. The officer checked on the dog and reported that all four windows were cracked 2+ inches each and outside it was 73 degrees with a slight breeze… that the dog seemed to be doing well. The officer left a note for the vehicle’s owner that they’d checked on the dog due to a citizen call and planned to swing by again to check on the pooch.
WIFE BUMPER BRUSH | SNOQUALMIE FALLS
On June 20th around 10PM a caller reported his wife had been involved in an argument with an unknown person in the Falls parking lot earlier that day. The man said the suspect may have struck his wife’s legs with their car when parking after a verbal altercation in the lot. The man was advised to come to the police station and complete a statement.
DRUNK AND DISORDERLY | COUNTRY PRIDE, North Bend Truck Town
On June 22nd around 12:30AM police responded to the restaurant when two callers reported that a female threatened the cook by saying she was going to ‘kick her *ss, ‘ spit on her and then threw chairs around. An officer found the suspect at the gas station across the street. She was drunk and booked on felony warrants, with charges planned for assault and disorderly conduct at the restaurant.
THEFT IN-PROGRESS | NORTH BEND SAFEWAY
On June 23rd around 2:30AM an employee reported a female teen had stolen two bottles of whiskey (worth $40) and left on foot headed toward downtown North Bend. An officer responded but was unable to locate the suspect. A photo of the female was sent out to see if anyone could ID her.
CANINE THREATS | DELTA ST, Snoqualmie
On June 24th around 9:40AM a caller reported getting a note from his neighbor threatening his dog. The note was left on his car and the caller stated a British woman walking dogs the night before had yelled at him when his dog barked at her.
BLOCK IN THE ROAD | SNOQUALMIE PKWY & I-90
On June 24th around 3PM an officer removed what looked like a large 2×2 foot cement block from the roadway. Turns out it was a salt lick and was transported to the police station and then placed near the ponds behind the station for the local deer.
NAP IN THE GRASS CONFUSION | NORTH BEND OUTLET MALL
On June 25th around 11AM police responded to a report of a man laying in the grass near the mall. The caller reported the man looked deceased, like he had collapsed. Aid responded to the scene. Good news! Crews reported the “subject is alive.” He was just taking a nap.
THEFT REPORT | SI VIEW COMMUNITY CENTER, North Bend
On June 25th around 7:30PM a set of keys were reported stolen from a stroller while at the Farmers Market. There was no known suspect information and/or evidence.
RECKLESS DRIVING | STELLER WAY & OSPREY CT, Snoqualmie
On June 25th around 10PM, police responded to a report of two male subjects riding motorcycles on the walking trail between Stellar Way and Lake Alice. The subjects were gone when an officer responded. The caller will follow up with the city to put in a third barrier so motorcycles cannot squeeze between the two posts separating the trail and Lake Alice.
MALICIOUS MISCHIEF REPORT | SE NEWTON ST, Snoqualmie
On June 27th around 8:30AM, a caller reported someone had destroyed her yard decorations overnight. According to the responding officer, the caller had tried to block cars from parking on a city right of way in front of her home and someone “took exception to this action and moved the cement blocks fout-of-the-way and bent the t-posts over.” The officer explained to the woman that she needed to contact the city to determine the boundary of the right of way in question.
OUT OF GAS & FRUSTRATED | MT SI CHEVRON STATION, North Bend