Here are a few of the calls the Snoqualmie Police Department responded to in North Bend and Snoqualmie last week:
TRAFFIC STOP | SNOQUALMIE PKWY & BPA RD, Snoqualmie
On January 13th around 1:45PM, an officer pursued a speeding motorcyclist that was going over 90mph down the Snoqualmie Parkway. When he finally pulled over, the officer took him into custody. The driver was issued a traffic infraction before being released.
TRESPASSING IN-PROGRESS | NINTENDO, North Bend
On January 14th around midnight, officers responded to an attempted burglary and theft at Nintendo by two suspects. It didn’t appear that anything was taken, though.
SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES | MCCULLOUGH & CARMICHAEL AVE, Snoqualmie
On January 14th around 10:30PM, a caller reported an unfamiliar vehicle parked in the cul-de-sac with their lights on. Police arrived and found two teenagers in the car with fogged up windows. The officer reported the two “lovebirds” claimed to be “talking and talking only.” Police confirmed their identities and had a discussion with them about finding “better talking spots.”
FRAUD | RHODODENDRON DR SE, Snoqualmie
On January 16th around 10:50AM, a caller reported an online scam. A buyer offered more money for an item the reporting person was selling online than they had asked for, but then wanted them to send the money back. The caller recognized it was a scam.
DISTURBANCE | QFC, North Bend
On January 16th around 7:30PM, a caller reported a woman in the store was being verbally aggressive, throwing sodas around, and refusing to leave the store. She was apparently upset about a Western Union transaction. Police detained the subject after she left the store. The woman then started beating her head against the partition. She was arrested for disorderly conduct, and appeared to be intoxicated, possibly on meth.
SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES | SALISH LODGE, Snoqualmie
On January 18th around 10:30AM, a caller reported a transient encampment in the upper lot of the Salish Lodge. The officer went to investigate and found a pretty big camouflaged tent hidden behind the bee hive/garden enclosure. It had a hundred foot extension cord hooked into Salish power. The tent was unoccupied at the time, so the officer uncovered and unplugged the cord, and left a note of trespass/theft, giving the person 12 hours to remove their things. The Salish Lodge said they would remove the things in 24 hours if was still there. An officer also planned to check back later.
DISTURBANCE | EAGLES CLUB, Snoqualmie
On January 18th around 9:15PM, a caller reported a patron who was “a little too into the pool game” and became unpleasant and aggressive. He left and employees said they would call back if he returned and caused anymore problems. Officers searched downtown Snoqualmie for the subject but couldn’t locate him.