Police Blotter | Nike Merchandise Theft; Torguson Park Malicious Mischief; FedEx Driver Bitten by Dog

JUNE 6, 2024

Two female suspects grabbed approximately $600 worth of Nike merchandise and exited the front door without paying.  The suspects got into a gray Nissan SUV that was parked across from the Coach store occupied by a male driver.

The vehicle left, heading towards the NW exit of the Outlet Mall. Officers did an area check but were unable to locate the vehicle.

JUNE 7, 2024

Officers conducted a traffic stop after a vehicle went through the flashing red crossing signal lights at the intersection.  The driver said he didn’t think he needed to stop because he already saw the people cross the road. The subject’s driver’s license was also suspended 3rd Degree.

JUNE 7, 2024

A caller reported the theft of the front license plate from their vehicle.  It was unknown when the theft occurred. There was no suspect information.  The rear plate was removed, and the front license plate was entered as stolen in the statewide database.

JUNE 8, 2024

An unknown person(s) spray-painted the men’s restroom at Torguson Park with silver spray paint. The total cost of materials and labor is estimated to be a financial loss of approximately $1000.  There are no suspects at this time.

JUNE 9, 2024

A FedEx driver was bitten by a dog while delivering packages to the fence line of a residence.  While walking back to his truck, the dog came out of the fenced property to the end of the driveway and attacked his left hand.

The dog owner advised officers that they have an electric Wi-Fi fence, but the batteries or something must have failed in the collar, allowing the dog to leave the fenced yard.  The homeowner was able to quickly secure the dog inside the house. The victim went to the hospital for treatment.

JUNE 9, 2024

Officers responded to a report of a truck partially blocking a driveway – and blocking a fire hydrant – with a female driver slumped over the wheel. Clearly visible on the passenger seat was drug paraphernalia, tin foil, lighters and blue pills that appeared to be fentanyl.  

Officers located the vehicle and contacted the driver who admitted to smoking fentanyl a couple of hours prior and stated that she normally uses up to 20 pills a day. The driver also had outstanding warrants for her arrest totaling over $15,000 but were unable to be confirmed due to her medical conditions.

JUNE 9, 2024

There was a report of a verbal domestic dispute at the Sunset Motel between a mother and her adult daughter.  Officers arrived and contacted both parties and confirmed that no physical assault occurred. Both parties agreed to separate for the night.

JUNE 10, 2024

While on routine patrol, officers located a suspicious vehicle at Snoqualmie Point Park that was parked, the vehicle running, and its blinker on.  Inside was a male driver who was slumped over the wheel.

Officers located firearms, drugs, paraphernalia, and vehicle prowl tools inside the vehicle. The driver was arrested and booked into Issaquah Jail for DUI physical control and Violation of a No Contact order, firearms.

JUNE 10, 2024

There was a report of a shoplifting incident that occurred earlier involving a male subject who walked out of the store with a shopping cart full of household products and alcohol.  

The suspect got into a Black Kia passenger car and left the area in an unknown direction. The video was downloaded for further review.

JUNE 11, 2024

There was a report of a general panic alarm at Anytime Fitness. While officers were en route, the alarm company called back saying they received an additional silent panic alarm at the same location.  Officers arrived and didn’t locate any problems on scene.

JUNE 11, 2024

A passerby reported that there were two males in a physical altercation out front of a residence and one of the men pulled a gun on the other one.  Officers arrived and contacted the victim, who stated the suspect was no longer there and that he didn’t want to be a victim.

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