Police Blotter | Lots of Theft Reports; Elk Blood, NOT Human; Watch your Change; Music Down or Citation Via Mail

SnoqualmiePolicePatchHere are a few of the calls the Snoqualmie Police Department responded to in North Bend and Snoqualmie during the past two weeks.

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THEFT REPORT |  ALPINE MINI STORAGE, North Bend

On September 7th at 2:30PM the business reported that seven units were broken into by prying open doors. Five possible suspects were identified.


THEFT IN-PROGRESS |  NORTH BEND SAFEWAY

On September 7th at 7:30PM and employee reported four male teens had shoplifted and fled the parking lot at a high rate of speed in a newer four-door black Jeep. Video surveillance showed the suspects stolen a half-gallon of vodka and other groceries. An officer responded but was unable to locate the suspects.


NOISE COMPLAINT | ROCK CREEK RIDGE BLVD, North Bend

On September 7th around 9:30PM a caller reported their neighbor was pounding on the apartment wall and playing loud music – and had been ongoing for the past two days.  The caller stated the neighbor refused to come to the door when he knocks.  An officer responded – all was quiet and no one answered the door.

The caller phoned police again after the officer left and the noise started up again. Caller said the neighbor banged on wall and said he “can do this all night.”  The officer tried to make contact again – and ended up leaving a message telling the loud music player and wall banger that if he does not turn the music down he would get a citation in the mail.


MALICIOUS MISCHIEF REPORT | CENTER BLVD, Snoqualmie

On September 9th around 11:30AM graffiti was reported on the windows of an area business – with a marker pen.  The caller just wanted police to be aware of the incident and took photos to document the damage.


THEFT REPORT |  NORTH BEND 76 STATION

On September 9th at 12:30PM, an employee reported a patron had driven off without paying for their gas.  The employee had the license plate on surveillance.  Police contacted the driver who forgot to pay. He agreed to go back and pay the $27.11 gas bill.


SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES |  MAIN AVE, North Bend

On September 9th at 4PM a caller reported that a homeless transient was out the business digging with a large knife and was making people uncomfortable.  An officer responded and made contact with the subject, talked to him “about his knife and making people uncomfortable.”


THEFT IN-PROGRESS |  NORTH BEND QFC

On September 11th at 2:30AM an employee reported a female subject had stolen a Seahawks headband from the store, which was captured on surveillance video.


SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES |  NORTH BEND CHEVRON

On September 12the around 12PM and employee reported a group of subjects entered the station, some with dried blood on their hands.  The caller was disconnected and an officer responded and determined the subjects were hunters who “got an elk.”  The officer checked the tags and licenses – which were all ok’d.


BURGLARY REPORT |  SILVA AVE, Snoqualmie

On September 14th around 9AM a caller reported that $800 – $1000 worth of coins were taken when someone entered the home through an unlocked back door.  An officer responded and took fingerprints off the change bottle, but no suspects were identified at the time or the report.


WELFARE CHECK  |  NORTH BEND ACE HARDWARE

On September 15th around 8:30AM a caller reported two children sitting in a running vehicle in the parking lot. An officer responded and found the father inside the Dept. of Licensing, where he was advised not to leave kids in the car – and that he could be charged criminally depending on the circumstances.


THEFT REPORT | NIKE STORE, NORTH BEND OUTLET MALL

On September 15the at 6PM an employee reported a white male had stolen a pair of $90 shoes and left on foot. It was unknown if the subject was also associated with a vehicle.

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