Police Blotter | Road Rage, Dine and Dash, Unwanted Party Guest

SnoqualmiePolicePatchHere are some of the incidents Snoqualmie Police officers responded to in the cities of North Bend and Snoqualmie during the week of November 15th – November 21st, 2014.

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UNWANTED GUEST |  MAIN AVE S, North Bend

 November 15, 2014; Reported at 4:26PM

A person called and reported a white female with a walking cane and dog was crashing a party. She was found hiding under a desk and refused to leave the location. She had not been drinking and did not have weapons.  Officers were advised, but was then determined that no further assistance was needed.

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SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES | EJ ROBERTS PARK, North Bend

November 18, 2014; Reported at 11:12PM

A person called to reported she had found bags in the woods at the park, which had gas cans in them.  She waited for police to respond and showed them the location of the bags. Officers discovered two full gas cans with siphoning hoses in shopping bags in the bushes.  The cans and gas were disposed of.

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SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES | EJ ROBERTS PARK, North Bend

November 18, 2014; Reported at 2:32PM

 A caller reported a white male in his 30’s was carrying a large knife, walking toward the park. The caller said the man appeared to be angry and kept throwing the knife into the ground and picking it back up.

Police responded and contacted the man who said he was walking around and threw the knife at a tree.  The officer educated the man about his actions.

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DISTURBANCE | MT SI BLVD & BENDIGO BLVD, North Bend WA

November 18, 2014; Reported at 3:06PM

A possible road rage incident was reported between a van and car. One man exited the van and pounded on the window of the car.  A caller reported that the man was at Arby’s yelling at someone else. Caller stated that she had left the area and he was now following her.

Police responded and located the man who had fled on foot. He was taken into custody for disorderly conduct and read Miranda rights. He was positively identified. Witness also took photo of subject.  His vehicle was towed and impounded.

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CIVIL PROBLEM | PINNACLE PL SE, Snoqualmie WA

November 19, 2014 | 3:41PM

 A caller reported that gardeners working at his neighbor’s home had shattered one of his french door when their weed whacker threw a rock. Officer responded and was shown the broken glass door. The man said he saw the worker next door using the weed whacker within a short distance of his door.  He said he had contacted the worker and told him about the damage, but the worker refused to take responsibility for it.

The officer contacted the landscaping company employee who said that he looked all over for a rock or debris that might have caused the damage, but could find anything. The other worker said he thought the door was already broken.  The officer passed along contact info for the landscaping company to the reporting homeowner to further discuss the civil problem.

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DINE AND DASH | SMOKEY JOES TAVERN, Snoqualmie WA

 November 19, 2014; Reported at 6:32PM

An employee reported that subjects gave a bad credit card and left on a motorcycle without paying. It was unknown in which direction. The credit card the female subject used was declined and left at the location. The charges were forwarded on.

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INFORMATIONAL REPORT | CENTER BLVD SE, Snoqualmie WA

November 19, 2014; Reported at 6:55PM

It was reported that someone poured syrup on the caller’s door handles within the last 45 minutes.  The car was parked along Center Blvd. The caller didn’t want officer contact, but wanted to provide information on the minor malicious mischief.

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