DUI ACCIDENT/NON-INJURY | EAGLE LAKE DR SE/ST ANDREWS LANE SE, Snoqualmie
February 7, 2015; Reported at 9:51PM
Police responded to the scene of a one vehicle, non-injury accident at the roundabout by Eagle’s Nest gated community. Appeared the vehicle entered the roundabout and lost control, sending it into an adjacent retaining wall. The vehicle was towed from the scene and the female driver was taken into custody for DUI.
CITIZEN ASSIST | NORTH BEND ACE HARDWARE
February 8, 2015; Reported at 10:18PM
A subject was trespassed from a residence and missed the last bus out-of-town. Police weren’t needed. A citizen gave the person a “courtesy transport” to the Bellevue Park and Ride.
FRAUD | FERN AVE, Snoqualmie
February 9, 2015; Reported at 3:18PM
A caller reported that someone had posted her home for sale on Zillow and another real estate listing source. Police responded and learned of a civil problem with the caller’s ex-husband. The caller had the real estate posts removed. The officer provided instructions on how to obtain a protection or civil anti-harassment order.
RECKLESS DRIVING | NORTH BEND LIBRARY
February 9, 2015; Reported at 6:15PM
A caller reported he was followed by a black truck off I-90 into the city and that near Chaplains Chevrolet, the driver almost hit two pedestrians. The caller said the truck followed him to the library, where the driver was now inside.
Police responded and contacted the subject whom the officer said was very sincere and respectful, stating he did not see the pedestrians due to the dark clothing they wore – and then apologized to those pedestrians.
SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES | RAILROAD AVE SE & SE KING ST, Snoqualmie
February 12, 2015; Reported at 7:42AM
Police performed an area check after a caller reported a male laying on his stomach with his pants pulled down, possibly sleeping. Officers made contact with the subject, who gave a consent to search . Drug paraphernalia was located on the subject who said he “found them.” He gave the officer permission to keep them, though, which the officer did and then disposed of at the police department.
THEFT IN-PROGRESS | 7800 CENTER BLVD SE, Snoqualmie
February 12, 2015; Reported at 5:36PM
A caller reported that a tip jar was stolen from their business. The suspects were described at a white male teens, both wearing black clothing. They left on foot, going past Sno Valley Coffee and ran down Mayrand Lane. About $20 was in the tip jar, which was a fish bowl with a fish log and the work “tips.”
THEFT REPORT | NORTH BEND SAFEWAY
February, 14, 2015; Reported at 12:07AM Police responded to a call that an adult female had filled a shopping cart and her purse with items. She left the cart behind, but fled the store with purse and items and jumped into the passenger seat of a silver Honda Pilot with possible out-of-state license plates.
DISTURBANCE | FALLS AVE SE, Snoqualmie
February 14, 2015; Reported at 6:31PM
A caller reported hearing a male vs. female verbal argument in the area – couldn’t see anyone – but said there was no mention of weapons or injuries. The caller thought it was maybe someone looking for their missing dog and got “a little animated.” Police responded and did an area check, but were unable to locate those making the noise.
SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES | NORTH BEND 76 GAS STATION
February 16, 2015; Reported at 1PM
A male was reported sitting in a tree across from the gas station, near the post office. Officers responded and made contact with the subject, confirmed he had a Seattle Police Department warrant and was arrested. An officer transported the subject to Mercer Island to meet up with Seattle Police.
SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES | GRAVENSTEIN CT, Snoqualmie
February 16, 2015; Reported at 9:16AM
A caller requested police contact after a male came out of the house across from them and urinated off of the back deck, exposing himself to herself, her husband and young son.
WARRANTS/WANTED PERSON | SNOQUALMIE SHELL GAS STATION
February 16, 2015; Reported at 11:14AM
Police stopped a subject after his unoccupied vehicle almost rolled into the gas pumps and then discovered he had a warrant for his arrest. The male was taken into custody and booked into the Issaquah Jail.
ASSAULT IN-PROGRESS | SURE SHOT PUB, North Bend
February 18, 2015; Reported at 1:10AM
Police responded to a report of a fight at the location. Upon the officer’s arrival, one of the subjects had left, but the officer made contact with the other party involved, as well as multiple witnesses, who all confirmed it was not a fight, but “more of a brief pushing matched followed by a slap.” No injuries were observed.
THEFT REPORT | AUTUMN AVE SE, Snoqualmie
February 18, 2015; Reported at 12:22PM
Police responded to a report of the theft of a cell phone. The reporting person did not know who stole their phone, but the host of the party where the theft possibly occurred returned the phone. The officer reported “all parties were satisfied” and it was unknown what had actually happened to the phone.
NOISE COMPLAINT | AUTUMN AVE SE, Snoqualmie
February 19, 2015; Reported at 2:05PM
A caller reported loud noise and high school aged people coming and going from a residence and a group of 6-8 people being loud in the alley behind the home. Police responded, contacted the subjects and advised them to “monitor their noise output.”
SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES | FALLS AVE SE, Snoqualmie
February 19, 2015; Reported at 2:46AM A caller reported a white box truck was driving through the neighborhood and constantly stopping and spotlighting houses. Police responded and found the vehicle was a produce delivery van.
THEFT REPORT | SILENT CREEK AVE SE, Snoqualmie
February 19, 2015; Reported at 8:09AM
A caller reported that two days ago several packages were taken from their front porch and requested a call from police. Officer called and it was determined two boxes were taken sometime between 1PM – 3PM on 2/17/15. The owner reported he had located several packing items on the trail behind his house and requested extra patrols.
MALICIOUS MISCHIEF REPORT | CURTIS DR SE, Snoqualmie
February 19, 2015; Reported 8:26AM A caller reported the tires on their vehicle were slashed while parked in front of the location, but no suspect info was known. Police responded, checked the residence which was clear. Two tires on the passenger side of the car were slashed.
HIT & RUN ACCIDENT UNATTENDED | JANET AVE NE, North Bend
February 19, 2015; Reported at 7:42PM A caller reported a hit and run to her vehicle, saying she heard the crash but couldn’t see the suspect vehicle. Police responded. The suspect vehicle hit the caller’s car which was parked in front of her residence and then fled the scene. Her vehicle sustained heavy damage to the font passenger side. No suspect info was known.