Police Blotter | Naked on the Beach; Casino Curb Service; Family Pokemon Hunt; Road Rage followed Home

blotter logoHere are a few calls the Snoqualmie Police Department responded to in North Bend and Snoqualmie during the first couple of week of July.

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POSSESSION/DISCHARGE FIREWORKS | SW 11TH PL, North Bend     

On July 5th around 8PM a caller reported that kids were setting off fireworks at the lower park playground. An officer responded and “educated four youths about the North Bend Municipal Code.”


LITTERING |  NORTH BEND BURGER KING

On July 6th at 2:30PM, a caller reported approximately one cubic yard of garbage on the sidewalk in front of Taco Time. SPD contacted North Bend’s Public Works Dept.


MALICIOUS MISCHIEF REPORT |  SE DOUGLAS ST, Snoqualmie

On July 6th at 1:20PM a homeowner reported that their home was egged and toilet papered over the 4th of July weekend. No suspects were known.


SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES |  TRUCK TOWN, North Bend

On July 7th around 11AM a caller reported that subjects were panhandling on their property.  An employee asked the three males and one female to move along or stay on the sidewalk, but were still parked in front of Popeye’s.  An officer responded and asked the subjects to move along and reported they were cooperative and stated they’d only been in town for a short time.


SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES |  SANDY COVE PARK, Snoqualmie

On July 8th at 7PM a caller reported a male was “tweeking” and “got naked” on the lower beach. An officer responded and reported that no crime was committed – and subjects “had clothes on.”


VEHICLE PROWL REPORT | RHODODENDRON DR SE, Snoqualmie

On July 9th at 11:30AM a caller reported that a pink iPod mini and sunglasses were stolen from their unlocked car overnight.


SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES |  SILENT CREEK AVE SE, Snoqualmie

On July 10th at 10:30PM a caller reported a vehicle driving around the neighborhood that they thought might be casing homes – occupied by four or five people.  The caller saw flashlights in their backyard and said the gate was open after being closed.  An officer responded and located the vehicle at the Community Park – and reported it was parents driving their kids around playing Pokemon Go.


VEHICLE PROWL REPORT |  SE CARMICHAEL ST, Snoqualmie

On July 11th at 9:30AM a caller reported a vehicle prowl overnight. The car was left unlocked and appeared to have been rummaged through, but nothing taken.


SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES |  RHODODENDRON DR SE, Snoqualmie

On July 12th a caller reported noticing the same male loitering in the neighborhood for the past several days – and was concerned due to recent car prowls. The caller said the male state he was soliciting for a pest control company, but still wanted an officer to confirm.  An officer responded, and said the man was working for a pest control company, but could not locate him – but did find flyers that had been left in the neighborhood.


SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES |  456TH PL SE, North Bend

On July 14th around 10AM a caller reported seeing a blue vehicle that left the cul-de-sac as soon as they saw him and then return later. The caller said the vehicle was possibly associated with subjects back in the wooded area near their home. An officer responded and checked the surrounding area and spoke with neighbors, but nobody saw anything suspicious. The officer said the person might have been walking on a nearby trail.


CITIZEN ASSIST |  SE NEWTON ST, Snoqualmie

On July 14th at 8:40PM a caller reported that subjects were having a large bon fire at an apartment complex. The caller was concerned due to the high wind.  An officer responded and reported the fire was not very big and he spoke to people at the fire who said they would keep it controlled.


NOISE COMPLAINT |  SE WOODY CREEK LN, Snoqualmie

On July 18th just before midnight a caller reported a possible loud house party. An officer contacted the homeowner and warned the to keep the noise down.


HARASSMENT | SE 5TH ST, North Bend 

On July 18th at 5:15PM a caller reported that someone was in his front yard harassing his wife, claiming she had been driving erratically so they had followed her home. The caller said the person, though, would not leave his property. An officer responded. The confrontation was related to a reckless driving call received earlier. The responding officer reported it was a road rage dispute and the parties were separated.


WEAPONS OFFENSE | CEDAR FALLS WAY & MALONEY GROVE AVE, North Bend

On July 18th around 5:15PM a caller reported seeing a male wearing all black squatting over a bag when the caller said they saw the end barrel of a rifle being stuffed inside of it.  The incident occurred near the North Bend Fire Station. An officer responded and located the subject…. turned out it was a juvenile carrying an umbrella.


DISTURBANCE |  NORTH BEND SAFEWAY

On July 18th at 9:30PM a caller reported that female, who had possibly been drinking, had been sitting in front of the store for 2.5 hours waiting for a cab, but became frustrated and started throwing things. An officer responded and reported the woman was upset that her ride did not come and get her and requested a ride to the Snoqualmie Casino. The officer provided courtesy transportation to the casino.


THEFT REPORT | SE VENN ST, Snoqualmie

On July 19th around 2:15PM a caller reported gasoline had been siphoned on two occasions from their vehicle, totaling the approximate theft of 60 gallons of gasoline.


ANIMAL PROBLEM | RAILROAD & MEADOWBROOK, Snoqualmie

On July 20th at 9:30AM a caller reported a cat was inside an unoccupied vehicle parked in the area, but that the windows were cracked and sun shade was up. An officer checked on the feline, which appeared to be in good health and not overheating, and said he would check on the vehicle late in the day if available to do so.


PARKING PROBLEM |  AZALEA WAY SE, Snoqualmie

On July 20th at 11:30AM  a car was reported to be parked in front of a fire hydrant. An officer issued a parking infraction for blocking the hydrant and being parked within five feet of a driveway.

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