Here are a few of the calls the Snoqualmie Police Department responded to in North Bend and Snoqualmie the last part of November:
MALICIOUS MISCHIEF REPORT | CURTIS DR SE, Snoqualmie
On November 18th around 10:15AM, a caller reported that a rock was thrown at their car while parked overnight. The caller stated this has been an ongoing problem and happened the week before as well.
THEFT IN-PROGRESS | SAFEWAY, North Bend
On November 19th around 4PM, a Safeway employee called to report that they had stopped a teenager who was attempting to steal hot Chinese food from the store. This is the second time this week the subject has been involved with theft from the store. He was trespassed from the location for one year.
JUVENILE PROBLEM | 432ND AVE SE, North Bend
On November 20th around 1PM, a caller reported that their teenage son had changed the locks and not allowed his mother to come back into the house. The problem arose when the child was asked to move firewood to the side of the house but didn’t want to.
HAZARDOUS ROADWAY CONDITION | BURGER KING, North Bend
On November 21st around 7:15PM, a caller reported that the manager at the restaurant had parked his car in front of the drive through due to minimal staffing. This was causing a traffic jam— the reporting person witnessed two near collisions. Manager eventually moved car out of drive through.
SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES | W NORTH BEND WAY
On November 22nd around 8AM, police contacted two subjects at a camping site in the woods and advised them to move the site.
SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES | RAILROAD PL SE, Snoqualmie
On November 22nd around 10:50PM, a caller reported that a car had been parked in front of their house for the last hour, believing it to be suspicious. An officer responded and reported that it turned out to be a “couple of young folk fornicating.”
SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES | ASH AVE SE, Snoqualmie
On November 24th around 7PM, a caller reported that they had found a DVD on their door step along with a note that said “READ ME.” Police received another call informing them that the disc contains a text file and that they have been left on many doorsteps around them. Police reported that the disk could potentially contain a virus.