ANIMAL PROBLEM | SNOQUALMIE RAILROAD MUSEUM
On May 14th around 8:45AM, a coyote was reported on the railroad tracks. The caller reporting the coyote was “concerned for rabies” as there were people in the area when spotted. A sergeant was advised of the issue.
MALICIOUS MISCHIEF REPORT | SNOWBERRY AVE, Snoqualmie
On May 14th at 11:40AM a caller reported that his vehicle was vandalized with silly string and was afraid someone would hurt him. No suspect info was known.
RECKLESS DRIVING | TORGUSON PARK, North Bend
On May 17th at 12:20PM, it was reported that two vehicles were driving recklessly around the park at a high rate of speed and fishtailing. An officer responded and “warned and reprimanded” five male subjects.
THEFT REPORT | SILENT CREEK AVE, Snoqualmie
On May 17th at 9:20AM it was reported that a Trek Mountain bicycle valued at$2,200 was stolen from a front porch
DISTURBANCE | FAIRWAY AVE, Snoqualmie
On May 17th around 8PM a caller reported that a man was yelling at him for “riding his bike on a trail” and then the yelling man proceeded to videotape him with his cell phone. An officer responded and found that a condo occupant had confronted the bike rider “for schlepping his bike over [an] embankment.” There was no crime.
ASSAULT IN-PROGRESS | NORTH BEND BARTELL DRUGS
On May 19th around 2:30PM an officer responded to an assault in progress where a female had punched another female in the chest over a parking issue. While en route the officer was informed that the suspect had fled toward I-90.
THEFT IN-PROGRESS | NORTH BEND SAFEWAY
On May 19th at 2:45PM a caller reported that a subject who had been in the store for hours finally exited and stole a beverage – but they were able to get that beverage back. The employee wanted the subject trespassed from the store.
RECOVERY OF POSSIBLE STOLEN PROPERTY | SNOQUALMIE
On May 19th around 11:15AM a department store brand (“Next”) 16″ chrome kids bike was found and placed into evidence as found property.
ANIMAL PROBLEM | SE ISLEY ST, Snoqualmie
On May 20th around 6:30PM a caller reported a bear in their backyard. An officer responded, checked the area and contacted neighbors who reported a few sightings over the past two weeks. The reporting person told the officer that they felt bear activity had gone up in recent weeks.