Police Blotter | Man Fed up with Bears in Neighbors Garbage, Just Using the Free WiFi, Stolen Liquor and Seafood

Here are some incidents the Snoqualmie Police Department responded to in North Bend and Snoqualmie during the week of November 8, 2014.
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SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES |  SE EPSILON ST, Snoqualmie  

 November 8, 2014; Reported, 11:18AM

In a lowered voice, a woman reported that a suspicious person was hiding behind her truck at her residence. She described the subject, but refused to give her name or information.

Police responded and contacted the male subject observed crouching beside a vehicle. He was ID’d and found to have two misdemeanor warrants. An arrest search also yielded drug paraphernalia. The subject was booked into the Issaquah jail.

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 SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES |  BOALCH AVE NW, North Bend

November 8, 2014; 6:32AM

Police took two subjects into custody after they were found stealing gas from a parked vehicle located behind Mt. Si Fitness. Both admitted to the theft after they were read their Miranda rights.

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TRAFFIC OFFENSE |  NORTH BEND TACO TIME

November 8, 2014; 7:06PM

One subject was taken into custody after a traffic stop revealed the subject was driving with a suspended license.  The subject was arrested and released for 3rd degree Driving with a Suspended License.  The vehicle was impounded.

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DISTURBANCE |  PICKERING CT SE, Snoqualmie

November 8, 2014; Reported 10:24PM

A person requested police response for a disturbance, with subjects who had been staying at the residence for a short time, now refusing to leave.  The caller reported one subject had punched a hole in the wall and it was unknown if they had been drinking. Both subjects were reportedly in the car port, possibly driving a black Honda sedan.

Police responded, but were unable to locate the vehicle, with the subjects gone on their arrival. The caller did not want to report the incident now that the subjects had left.

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THEFT IN-PROGRESS |  SNOQUALMIE RIDGE SHELL STATION

November 9, 2014; Reported 5:10PM

A caller reported that a young adult stole two boxes of Swisher Sweets (tobacco) and ran away on foot, along a trail between the station and adjacent apartment complex – toward the IGA.  The caller attempted to chase the thief, but was outrun.  Caller said he’d seen the male subject in the gas station store before and could ID if needed.

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CITIZEN ASSIST | WEST CREST VIEW LOOP, Snoqualmie

 November 10, 2014;  Reported 10:33AM

A caller requested police contact regarding his neighbor leaving garbage cans in their driveway all week and bears constantly tearing into the can and leaving a garbage mess for he and other neighbors to clean up. The caller said he had notified the neighbors of the garbage can issue, but they didn’t not clean up the mess or move the garbage cans inside.  The caller stated the HOA told him to contact police as this had happened multiple times.

An officer responded and attempted to contact the homeowner regarding his garbage cans, but was unsuccessful. Officer left card for the homeowner.  The officer also noticed many other neighbors who keep yard waste outside, as well as some residences with garbage cans outside.  The officer referred the reporting person back to the HOA and to the city council, as it appeared to be a non-enforceable incident from a law enforcement officer perspective

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SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES |  NORTH BEND STARBUCKS

November 11, 2014; Reported 11:18PM

An employee, who just locked up for the night, called and reported two suspicious vehicles parked behind the store. The vehicle had Oregon plates, a coffee cup on top of one vehicle, a  small dog inside, but the caller didn’t see anyone else around it.

Police responded to find no problem. It was determined the vehicles belonged to a family on a road trip who were using Starbucks free WiFi.

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THEFT IN-PROGRESS | NORTH BEND QFC

November 12, 2014; Reported 8:07PM

An employee reported a theft of liquor and seafood.  The white male in his 20’s-30’s,  was in a white truck, but it was unknown which direction it was traveling.

Police responded and spotted the truck. The male was taken into custody and the officer collected a statement from the employee and video footage of the theft. The man was booked into the Issaquah Jail.

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Comments

  1. Harold Erland says

    It is against the law to intentionally or unintentionally feed carnivores. State Law. Have a problem, want it enforced. Call the Dept of Wildlife and ask for a wildlife officer to respond. Can be fined up to $1000. To contact a wildlife officer, call 911, say not an emergency and then tell them you would like a wildlife officer to contact you. You will get some action.

    • Ben giovanni says

      It’s against the law to hand a weapon over a fence to another individual. .it’s Considered a felony.

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