Police Blotter | Parents Charged with Contributing To Teen Party; Gas Nozzle Drive-away; You’ve got a Taser, I’ve Got a Pistol

blotter logoHere are a few of the calls Snoqualmie Police officers responded to in North Bend and Snoqualmie over the past two weeks.

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MALICIOUS MISCHIEF REPORT |  TPC GOLF COURSE, Snoqualmie

On July 11th around 10:30AM it was reported that overnight unknown suspects vandalized the golf course with spray paint. There was damage to the driving range, maintenance facility and “driving into the clubhouse.”


RECKLESS DRIVING | SNOQUALMIE PARKWAY / SR 202

On July 12th around 8:30PM an erratic driver was reported by an off duty police officer. The driver crossed the center lane and almost hit another car. An officer stopped the driver and administered a portable breathalyzer test which registered .237. The driver was read Miranda rights and booked into Issaquah Jail for DUI.


PANHANDLING |  NORTH BEND QFC

On July 13th around 9:30AM an aggressive panhandler was reported.  The man had been trespassed from the store for a year for “odd behavior and bothering customers.” An officer responded and served the man his copy of the notice, which the man crumpled up and threw into the garbage.


DISPUTE | MAIN AVE N IN the ALLEY WAY, North Bend

On July 14th around 3:30PM a caller reported two adult males exchanging words over tenant parking at an apartment complex. According to the responding officer, one of the men stated he had a taser, which he removed from his gear bag.  The second male advised the first man that he wasn’t the only one armed and he needed to be careful when pulling weapons on people.  That second male told the officer he didn’t have his pistol on him, but had it in his vehicle.

Neither male wasn’t to pursue the matter with police, rather bring the argument to their attention.  The officer spoke to the men about the danger of being armed, “brandishing each of their weapons” and how objects/weapons are mistaken for firearms and then someone gets shot. Both men agreed to walk away from similar encounters in the future.


SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES | DOUGLAS AVE SE, Snoqualmie

On July 14th around 10:30PM police performed an area check after reports a gunshot in the area. Only one “shot” was heard from an unknown location.  When police arrived nothing else was seen or heard – probably a single launch firework.


NOISE COMPLAINT |  AUTUMN AVE SE, Snoqualmie

An officer performed an area check in the bog area of Snoqualmie Community Park after a noise complaint.  It was determined the noise was coming from a loud party at a nearby residence. The officer cleared the party, filled with approximately 50 kids and alcohol. The parents were home during the party and were charged with contributing alcohol to minors.


NOISE COMPLAINT  | SE JACOBIA ST, Snoqualmie

On July 18th around 11PM a loud party was reported in the area, which had reportedly been going on for hours.  An officer responded and contacted the homeowner who was having  a block party.  The homeowner agreed to move the party indoors and was issued a verbal warning from the officer.


SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES  |  BALLARAT AVE NE & SE 108TH ST, North Bend

On July 19th around 7PM it was reported that a driver in the area threw a lit cigarette out of his vehicle.  An officer responded and contacted three occupants of the vehicle. The driver denied the accusation and was warned about the drought and the risk of brush fires.


MALICIOUS MISCHIEF REPORT |  NORTH BEND 76 STATION

On July 20th at 9:45AM an employee reported that overnight a vehicle drove away with the gas nozzle still in its tank, damaging the hose. An officer responded to the residence of the vehicle’s registered owner where he left his business card.


VEHICLE PROWL REPORT |   O’REILLYS AUTO PART STORE, North Bend

On July 20th around 3PM it was reported that a vehicle was broken into and a purse was stolen from behind the store. A witness stated the suspects were a male and female in a blue VW Beatle. The truck driver who witnessed the burglary did not stick around.


PANHANDLING |  DOUGLAS AVE SE & SNOQUALMIE PKWY

On  July 22nd at 7:45AM two male panhandlers were reported in the area.  An officer responded and reported the two subjects were not committing any crimes, just trying to get gas money.


THEFT REPORT |  FAIRWAY AVE, Snoqualmie

On July 23rd around 11:30AM it was reported that a Seahawks flag and pole were stolen from a residence.  No suspect information was known.  The loss was valued at $45.


MALICIOUS MISCHIEF IN-PROGRESS |  THREE FORKS DOG PARK, Snoqualmie

On July 24th around 10PM it was reported that a man and children were breaking off branches from a “big beautiful tree” at the park.  The subjects were gone by the time the officer arrived, but the officer did observe the large branch broken off from the tree.

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