Police Blotter | Shoplifting; Welfare Check; Theft at Bartells

January 8, 2023

An employee reported the theft of backpacks from a store at the North Bend Outlet Mall. The stolen merchandise was valued at nearly $1,750. A description of the suspect, their associated vehicle and the direction it was traveling was reported. Officers were unable to locate the car.

January 8, 2023

An officer performed a traffic stop on W. North Bend Way. The vehicle had no plates, damage to its diver’s side, and a blue LED light bar on the front bumper. The driver had no insurance and stated the vehicle was purchased in August. The driver was issued a citation. 

January 11, 2023

Officers searched for a person reported from their North Bend home. Officers and family members performed a search. The person was returned home safely later that night. 

January 12, 2023

A caller reported a suspicious male seen on security cameras wandering around a North Bend home. An officer responded and located the man. He was trespassed from the location indefinitely. 

January 12, 2023

A caller reported their vehicle had been stolen from their North Bend apartment complex. The caller described the suspected thief, explaining they saw the car drive off. The car theft was related to an earlier vehicle prowl where a key fob was stolen. The vehicle was later located. 

January 14, 2023

Officers responded to a Snoqualmie residence to perform a welfare check on an individual after a caller reported that they had not heard from the person since Christmas Eve. Unfortunately, an officer discovered the person in question was deceased inside the residence. The medical examiner was called to the home. Officers took a statement from the reporting person who had requested the welfare check be performed. 

January 15, 2023

Officers stopped a driver at the I-90/SR 18 interchange. The driver was taken into custody for driving with a suspended license and an arrest warrant for operating a vehicle without an ignition interlock.

January 15, 2023

Employees reported a male and female had stolen a shopping basket full of merchandise from the store. They provided a description of the subjects and their associated vehicle, a license plate number, and the vehicle’s direction when it left. An officer stopped a vehicle matching the description near Snoqualmie Falls. The male vehicle occupant matched the description provided. The basket of merchandise totaling $327 was also found in the vehicle. The subjects were issued a citation, trespassed from the store indefinitely, and released. 

[Information provided by the City of Snoqualmie]

Comments are closed.

Living Snoqualmie