Police Blotter | Teen alcohol poisoning; asleep on the sidewalk; needle on the tracks; ‘Turn down the Techno’

Here are a few of the calls the Snoqualmie Police Department responded to in North Bend and Snoqualmie this month.

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DRUG PROBLEM | CEDAR AVE, North Bend 

On March 4th at 10:30PM a caller reported seeing someone possibly smoking something in their vehicle located in the parking lot of the location – and also saw an earlier exchange with a person associated with the car. An officer responded and talked to the subject who was smoking in her car. She allowed the officer to search the vehicle. Nothing was found.

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NOISE COMPLAINT | POUR HOUSE BAR, North Bend

On March 5th at 10PM multiple callers in the area reported loud music coming from the bar.  An officer responded and advised them to “turn the techno down” – and to keep it down.

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SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES | NORTH BEND LIBRARY

On March 6th at 7:40PM an employee reported a known male pacing the parking lot, yelling and scaring away patrons. No weapons were seen.  The caller said they didn’t want the known man trespassed, but he was unable to tell them what he was yelling about or needed. An officer responded, but the man had already left on a bus to the Fall City Winter Shelter.

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SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES | SNOQUALMIE PARKWAY & FAIRWAY

On March 7th at 9:10PM a caller reported seeing a male sitting on the sidewalk, possibly falling asleep with a 6-pack of beer beside him. An officer responded and called the man a cab.

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SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES |  W NORTH BEND WAY

On March 8th at 7AM a caller reported seeing a male putting a “lady” in a head lock. An officer responded and spoke to three photography students and reported that it was just ‘photography students doing what they do.”

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SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES | SW 12TH CT, North Bend

On March 18th at 9:30PM a caller reported a possible prowler around the outside of her home, saying she kept seeing lights around the house and that she “feels like there is someoner.”  An officer responded and walked around the home. Nothing suspicious was found.

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VEHICLE PROWL REPORT | RAVEN AVE, Snoqualmie

On March 19th around 10PM, a caller reported that unknown suspects damaged the lock on her husband’s vehicle. She didn’t request police contact, just wanted to report the incident.

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DISTURBANCE |  TRUCK TOWN, North Bend

On March 20th around 12:30AM an employee reported that a man was in the trucker lounge, but was not a trucker and refused to leave. He also said the man had been parked illegally for 1.5 days. An officer responded. There was no crime, but the man was told “not to come back tonight.”

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TRAFFIC OFFENSE | NORTH BEND QFC

On March 20th at 10:15AM an employee reported that a SVSD bus driver was at the store asking for assistance. The driver was concerned about a road rage incident with another driver who possibly made threats. An officer responded who reported there was no crime. The two drivers flipped each other off, but no threats or contact was made.

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SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES | CREST VIEW LOOP SE, Snoqualmie

On March 21st at 3:30AM, a caller reported that a man with tools was driving a white construction van with tinted windows and  speeding up and down the loop.  An officer responded and contacted the man who was an Amazon Fresh driver – and he was lost.

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SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES | NORTH BEND QFC

On March 20th at 8PM an employee reported a possible shoplifter. The caller said the man left with a large canvas bag and thinks, but wasn’t sure, that the man didn’t pay for the items.  An officer responded and tracked the vehicle the man was seen leaving in.  The bag was full of food and alcohol. The man was taken into custody.

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DRUG PROBLEM | E NORTH BEND WAY

On March 21st at 8:10PM a caller reported that their child had found a ‘loaded needle’ on the train tracks, but didn’t feel comfortable picking it up.  An officer responded and reported the needle appeared to be empty and clean. It was disposed of in the police vehicle’s needle container.

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WELFARE CHECK | NORTH BEND BARTELL’S

On March 22nd at 9:30PM an employee reported that a man with a walker may have possibly left the nearby assisted living facility. He appeared to be disoriented.  An officer responded and “assisted a gentlemen back to his residence that appeared to be lost or out of sorts.”

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SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES | WOODY CREEK LN, Snoqualmie

On March 24th at 10:30PM a caller reported a group of teens that appeared were drinking, with one of them down on the ground. The caller said they observed the group drinking out of a ‘large clear bottle’ and going into a home down the street. A few teens were with a girl reportedly on the ground. An officer responded and requested aid for the teenage female who was severely intoxicated.  The officer reported that the girl had gotten alcohol from an unknown person at the earlier soccer game and drank too much, but appeared to have vomited most of the alcohol out. She was transported to the hospital for observation.

Comments

  1. So, is this list a heavily edited list of the calls during the week? Reading this, while humorous, seems very inconsistent with the need for additional officers that the City used to justify the recent property tax increase. Especially since I NEVER see officers on the ridge, yet I do see stop signs run on a daily basis (leaving the golf course? no need to stop, or barely slow down even). Which begs the question, is this really all Snoq PD officers have to do each week? And if not, what do they spend their time on, since it isn’t patrolling the ridge.

  2. Jim Ellis says

    I also wonder who monitor the daily speeders throughout the North Bend, Snoqualmie, Unicorporated areas ?? North Bend Way is comedic.. there are speeders rushing through town at any moment of the day and night.. the monitoring of the speeders seems pretty much non existent? Even though we had some other not so legal activities with the former chief and the hogan character.. we surely saw the presence of the SVPD much more. Where are these officers all day and night? We used to hear the sirens of cnases much more ofen.. I don’t get it at all. Maybe full 24/7 police logs published . rather than the humorous tales could be more confidence building? Or.. if these that are published are a months/ weeks work? then I surely agree with the above comment. Where are they all? Where do we find the economic details on what is paid by the citizens of these communities compared to the tax rates charged? I assume this is public knowledge? thanks..

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