Police Blotter | police chase with spike strips; garage opens, then car prowl; missing person and felony warrants

February 24th


Around 6PM officers were dispatched to the Bartell Drug store in Snoqualmie for a female that “urinated on her vehicle and now is slumped over the wheel.” When officers arrived, the female was still slumped forward and she had pills in her hand. Officers also observed a bottle of vodka on the center console. Officers recovered several bottles of different prescription medication, some of which had no identifying labels. The female driver was booked for investigation of DUI.

February 25th

Police Pursuit

At 9PM a local citizen called 911 stating that an unknown male was following her. The caller drove to the Snoqualmie Police Department where an officer observed the described suspect vehicle backing out of the parking lot. After the officer initiated a traffic stop, the male driver yelled at the police officer and drove away. This started a police pursuit through Snoqualmie. The vehicle was damaged when it wrecked in the Tokul roundabout but kept going. Eventually officers were able to stop the vehicle with spike strips and get the driver detained. The male driver stated he thought he was in Seattle and appeared to be under the influence. He was booked on multiple felony charges.

February 26th

Vehicle and Garage Prowl

Around 3AM residents in the 35000 block of SE Kinsey St awoke to their garage door being opened. The residents ran downstairs to find that their vehicle was prowled, and the suspects took their garage door opener. Officers conducted an area check for the prowlers but were not able to locate them.

February 27th

Suspicious Circumstance

Around 1PM while on a routine patrol of the Outlet Mall, an officer spotted a suspicious vehicle. Upon further inspection, the plate on the vehicle did not match the vin. When the officer contacted the male and female inside the vehicle, he could see drug paraphernalia on the floorboard and several articles of clothing with the security tags still attached. The male stated he knew the plates on the vehicle weren’t the correct ones and that they belonged to a family member. After checking with several local businesses, the clothing in the vehicle was confirmed stolen. The female in the vehicle had an outstanding felony warrant. Both were booked into jail.

March 1st

Missing Person and Felony Warrant Stop

Around 9:45AM an officer conducted a traffic stop at Railroad Ave SE and Meadowbrook Way SE on a vehicle that was not bearing a front license plate. The driver handed the officer his registration, but said he did not have his ID on him. However, the officer could see the driver was concealing his ID. After checking the driver’s name, he came back with a DV Assault warrant. The female passenger returned as a missing person from a neighboring agency and had an outstanding felony assault warrant. The third passenger had an open bottle of beer next to him. The driver and second passenger were taken to jail and booked on their existing warrants and the third passenger was released at the scene and was told to call someone for a ride.

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  • I feel like I just watched an episode of Live PD. Pretty serious stuff going on. More reasons our officers need our support and respect.

  • Living Snoqualmie