Police Blotter | ‘Need to sleep,’ breaking in to turn off park lights; roof skateboarding; ‘upstanding citizen’ helps repair wheelchair; prowlers hit the Falls

Sno NB police badgeHere are a few of the calls the Snoqualmie Police Department responded to in North Bend and Snoqualmie over the past two week.

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VEHICLE PROWL REPORT | SNOQUALMIE FALLS PARK

On September 17th around 10AM an unlocked vehicle was prowled at the location. A $300 loss was reported.


VEHICLE PROWL REPORT | SNOQUALMIE FALLS PARK

On September 17th at 12:30PM another car prowl was reported in the park parking lot. Possible suspects were seen in the area rummaging through the victim vehicle – a male in a short sleeve t-shirt and gray shorts associated with a light blue/gray colored car.  This vehicle had its window broken out and a purse taken – a reported $800 loss.


SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES | W 4TH ST, North Bend

On September 19th at 4PM a caller reported people possibly sleeping or camping in the green belt behind their home. The caller said they had not seen anyone, but had found garbage and some apparent sleeping areas.  An officer responded and reported what was found was “a pile of old wood.”


SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES | NOR WEST APARTMENTS, North Bend

On September 20th at 8:30AM a caller reported that a male transient had been sleeping in the complex’s laundry room  for several days.  The man was trespassed for one year from the Nor West property by the owner. An officer gave the transient man a courtesy ride to downtown North Bend.


DUI/PHYSICAL CONTROL | ACE HARDWARE, North Bend

On September 20th at 10:40AM a caller reported that a possibly intoxicated man who was slurring words, fumbling and smelled like he had been drinking, was getting into a vehicle.  The subject was identified, but was gone when officers responded. The officer went to the subject’s residence and warned him about DUI. The officer reported that the man thanked him, but stated he was not driving.


NOISE COMPLAINT | NE 4TH ST, North Bend

On September 20th at 10:15PM a caller reported that dog had been barking for the past seven hours, but was unsure exactly where the dog was.  An officer responded and reported the owner was not home but appeared the dog went inside the home.


CITIZEN ASSIST | NORTH BEND BARTELLS

On September 21st at 12:10PM a person stopped to help someone who needed assistance. The officer reported that an “upstanding citizen helped woman get wheelchair repaired so she could get home.”


ANIMAL PROBLEM | TOLLGATE PARK, North Bend

On September 21st at 7:10PM a caller reported that she had approached a man about his dog being off leash at the park and the man got ‘verbal’ with her as he was leaving the park – yelling at her from his vehicle. The officer spoke to each side – also advised them of leash laws and  to contact the police in the future so they could assist them.


SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES |  CIGAR LAND, North Bend

On September 22nd at 1AM a caller reported two males on the roof of the Smoke Shop who appeared to had been drinking. Police responded and eventually tracked down the males who had left the roof.  The officer made contact with the males, who had been skateboarding on the roof, and “spoke to them about their actions and sent them on their way.”


ASSAULT REPORT |  NORTH BEND QFC

On September 22nd  around 2PM a caller reported that a woman had assaulted an employee the previous day.  The store had video of the incident. The suspect was identified and charges were filed.


SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES  |   CLARKS TOWING, East North Bend Way

On September 22nd around 11PM a caller reported a man was underneath their two truck when he arrived at work. The man said he and the subjects with him were looking for a cat.  The men left but were later found at Torguson Park by an officer.  They told the officers they were “petting a cat.” The officer talked to them about possible suspicious behavior and the incident was “cleared after counsel.”


THEFT REPORT | CELL CITY, North Bend Outlet Mall

On September 24th at 6;15PM an employee called to report the theft of a computer and other merchandise. No weapons were involved. The suspect was described as a white male, approximately 25 years old.


SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES |  SI VIEW COMMUNITY CENTER

On September 24th at 11:45PM a caller reported hearing a male and possibly a female screaming inside the women’s restroom – and then heard banging from inside the restroom. An officer responded and the subjects were trespassed from the location.


DISTURBANCE | DOMINOS PIZZA, Snoqualmie

On September 25th at 2:30PM an employee called to report a person who was very upset that a delivery driver was blasting loud music.


DOMESTIC DISPUTE | ROCK CREEK RIDGE BLVD, North Bend

On September 25th at 1:45PM a caller reported hearing a male and female in a verbal argument in the apartment next door, but said that it did not sound physical. An officer responded and found a female in the apartment who was in a phone dispute with her ex-boyfriend.


ALCOHOL-RELATED OFFENSES | E 2ND ST, North Bend

On September 26th at 7:20AM a caller reported a possible transient male drinking a bottle of Fireball on the street. An officer responded, the man involved said he was moving some items and took a sip of whiskey, but was not intoxicated or driving. He advised the officer that he would put the alcohol away and that he didn’t plan on drinking anymore that morning.


MALICIOUS MISCHIEF REPORT | SMOKEY JOES TAVERN, Snoqualmie

On September 27th at 8AM it was reported – and had been reported before – that someone was breaking into a power box and turning off the lights in the covered area of Railroad Park, located in front of Smokey Joe’s. Police said they assume someone in the area was doing this in order to get a good nights sleep.  It was requested the graveyard officer check the area.


BURGLARY IN-PROGRESS | 100 BLK MAIN AVE, North Bend

On September 29th at 3:10PM a caller reported seeing a white male possibly smash the window of a home and reach through to unlock the door and then enter the home.  Officers responded to the home next to North Bend City Hall, which looked unoccupied. An officer found broken glass at the front door and then saw 1-2 people looking out a back window of the home. The owner of the home was contacted who said no one should be inside – that the house was up for commercial rent.  One person was taken into custody for residential burglary and transported to King County Jail


DISTURBANCE | TRUCK TOWN, North Bend

On September 30th at 7AM a caller reported a man who had been in and out of the location all night trying to sell shoes. When the employee asked the man to leave he threw a chair at the door and became verbal. The caller said the male was a possible drug user. An officer responded  and found the man near the I-90 off ramp. He was taken into custody and transported to the Issaquah Jail.

Comments

  1. Does the relative number of incidents in North Bend vs. Snoqualmie (14 to 5, this week) reflect the relative amount of resources needed to police the two cities? If so, the Snoqualmie PD may need to devote more than one officer to North Bend.

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