POLICE BLOTTER | Multiple Vehicle Prowls Result in Fraudulent Credit Card Charges; Motorcycle Racing, Teen Girl Road Rage

blotter logoHere are a few of the calls the Snoqualmie Police Department recently responded to in North Bend and Snoqualmie – and the report is an important reminder to lock your vehicles.

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MALICIOUS MISCHIEF REPORT | 468TH AVE SE, North Bend

On May 23rd it was reported that the travel hitch of a 2008 Jeep Commander was cut off and the unknown suspects also stole a bag of items from outside the victim’s residence.


SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES |  SNOQUALMIE VALLEY HOSPITAL

On May 24th around 12:30AM it was reported that a man was sleeping in his vehicle parked behind the [new] hospital.  The man surprised an employee as she went to her vehicle.  Hospital staff requested an officer make contact with the man, as they wanted him to leave the property.  Police responded and told the subjects to move onto the weigh scales for the night.


 SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES |  THREE FORKS DOG PARK, in MEADOW AREA

On May 24th around 6:30AM, a caller reported campers at the dog park, possibly a transient camp, along with a bicycle nearby.  An officer responded and made contact with two subjects who turned out to be two cross-country bicyclists who were just “taking a break before moving on.”


PARKING PROBLEM  |  SE NORTH BEND WAY

On May 25th around 1:30AM, police responded to an apartment complex for a complaint from an intoxicated male that someone had taken his parking spot – and that person was sleeping in their vehicle in his spot.  The officer informed the man to follow-up with his apartment manager as local police do not enforce parking issues on private property.


WARRANTS/WANTED PERSON |  NORTH BEND OUTLET MALL

On May 25th around 9PM, an employee reported a known female shoplifter in the store with a “full purse,” but the employee didn’t know if anything had been stolen in the store. An officer responded and detained the suspected shoplifter, who was then taken into custody and arrested for an outstanding Department of Corrections (DOC) warrant.


TRAFFIC OFFENSE |  SE PARK ST & MEADOWBROOK WAY, Snoqualmie

On May 27th around 4PM, police responded to the area for a report of road rage involving two vehicles stopped at the intersection – with no one moving. One of the drivers left scene and met an officer at a nearby park were she explained the other vehicle, occupied by four girls, kept circling the area, yelling at herself and a friend.  The officer located the other vehicle and spoke to all involved parties, explaining the behavior could result in a potential harassment citation.


THEFT REPORT |  119 W PARK ST; NORTH BEND CAR WASH

On May 30th around 9AM it was reported that a suspect had drilled into the locks of the vacuum machines’ coin boxes and took all the change.  No suspect info was known.


VEHICLE PROWL REPORT | 43000 BLK NORTH BEND WAY

On May 30th around 11PM a caller reported that a laptop computer was stolen from their vehicle.  The victim contacted Apple to determine if they could use GPS to track the stolen computer.  No suspect info was known.


PANHANDLING |  MT SI SHELL, North Bend

On May 31st around 1:30PM an employee reported a woman panhandling at the gas station. An officer responded and advised the subject to move to a different location and stay off private property.  The woman was also advised of her warrant and to take care of it.


SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES |  SNOQUALMIE COMMUNITY PARK

On June 1st around 2PM it was reported that someone may have started a fire at two locations within the park – near the swings and near the soccer goals.  The rubber mat of the play area was damaged.


VEHICLE PROWLS |  SATTERLEE AVE SE, Snoqualmie 

On June 4th around 9AM two vehicle prowls on the same street were reported. Both vehicles were left unlocked. House/mailbox/keycard were stolen from one of the vehicles.


VEHICLE PROWL REPORT | FAIRWAY AVE SE, Snoqualmie
Snoqualmie WA 98065

On June 4th shortly after 9AM another vehicle prowl was reported. This time an unlocked Chevy truck was prowled, with change and a jacket stolen.


SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES | E PARK ST, North Bend

On June 4th shortly before 9AM a caller reported they had arrived home from work and found a dead rabbit on their front porch and caller thinks it was malicious, weird.


RECKLESS DRIVING | NE 8TH ST, North Bend

On June 4th around 7PM, an officer performed an area check for a report of a male racing a motorcycle up and down the roadway.  A second caller reported that multiple neighbors were out on the street taking turns on the motorcycle and driving recklessly.  The officer made contact with the subjects and warned them about the driving and consequences of driving recklessly.


VEHICLE PROWL REPORT |  SE ASH ST, Snoqualmie

On June 5th at 8AM a caller reported their vehicle was prowled the day before and their wallet was stolen from inside the vehicle, which resulted in $4000 worth of fraudulent credit card charges in Kirkland and North Bend.

Comments

  1. Lorri Atkins says

    I just wanted to give our neighbors a warning that our car was stolen between the hours of 11pm Friday night June 19th and 7am June 20th from in front of our home on Woody Creek Lane. We have had multiple prowlers and this time they went for more than just the contents of the car. The car was a brand new Mazda6 with Texas plates.

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