Police Blotter | the street is not a toilet; attempted break-in; kids locked in car; multiple DUIs and drugs

March 2nd

Attempted Burglary

Around 7:50PM residents arrived home in the 7700 block of Maple Ave SE to find their front door damaged. The door jam was split and there were pry marks on the frame. The neighbors caught a dark color SUV driving into the neighborhood on their Ring Door camera, but no subjects were caught on the video. The suspects are still outstanding.

March 3rd

Urinating in Public

Around 7:15PM officers were dispatched to the 200 block of Main Ave N in North Bend for a male that appeared to be under the influence and urinated in the roadway then became verbal with the caller when he confronted him. Officers contacted the male who stated he was walking home; however, he was walking in the wrong direction of his residence. The officers gave him a ride home and a Urinating in Public citation was issued.

Attempted Escape

Around 8:30PM a 911 call came in from the 900 block of Pickett Ave NE. The caller stated that her adult son was extremely intoxicated and was breaking things inside the residence. Officers arrived and detained him. The son attempted to escape by kicking out the patrol vehicle window. The officers transferred him to another patrol vehicle and while in route to the jail, he repeatedly banged his head on the center partition of the vehicle and attempted to kick out another window. He was booked into jail on multiple charges.

March 4th

Children Locked Inside a Vehicle

Around 11:40AM a citizen called in requesting assistance at the North Bend Community Center. The caller said there were two children, ages 16 and 19 months, locked inside a pickup truck. Officers arrived and were able to successfully unlock the vehicle. The two toddlers were okay.

Suspicious Male

Around 12:45AM a caller reported that on her way into work in the 400 block of SW Mt Si Blvd – about 45 minutes earlier – an unknown male approached her in his vehicle and asked if she needed a ride. When the caller declined, then the male pulled his vehicle in front of her and told her to get into his vehicle. The male then left the area quickly. The male was not located.

DUI

Around 7PM a caller reported that at the Snoqualmie Safeway there was a male trying to get a female out of the driver’s seat of a vehicle. The male and female had left the area before officers arrived. A few minutes later, an officer spotted a vehicle at Center Blvd and Snoqualmie Parkway that matched the description of the vehicle. The officer pulled the vehicle over after it made several illegal lane changes. It had an expired registration. The female driver had slurred speech and smelled of intoxicants. The female admitted to drinking and kept stating “I’m in so much trouble.” The male passenger was also intoxicated and had a suspended license. The female was taken to the Police Department and where she was processed for investigation of DUI.

March 5th

Drug Stop

Around 1AM an officer stopped a speeding vehicle at Snoqualmie Parkway and SE Jacobia St. While speaking with the occupants, the officer observed drug paraphernalia in the vehicle. After being detained, both the male and female complained of medical issues. Aid responded and took the occupants to the hospital. A search warrant was obtained, and the vehicle was seized for an evidence impound. Multiple items of drug paraphernalia and a small amount of heroin were found in the vehicle. Both subjects will be receiving citations in the mail.

March 7th

DUI

Around 2AM officers conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle at Snoqualmie Parkway and SE Jacobia after observing the vehicle speeding, swerving and fishtailing. The driver appeared to be under the influence. He had slurred speech, smelled of intoxicants and admitted to having drank “a couple” of alcoholic beverages. After doing field sobriety tests, he was placed under arrest for investigation of DUI. At the Police Department, the male gave breath samples that registered at almost two and a half times the legal limit. He was booked into jail.

March 9th

Body in River

At 4:25PM a citizen called and said his friend was kayaking and believes he spotted a body in the river near the Sandy Cove Park in Snoqualmie. Officers arrived and deployed a drone where they were able to confirm it was in fact a human body. Search and Rescue recovered the body and a couple days later he was identified. The cause of death is under investigation.

Suspicious Vehicle

At 11:45PM an off-duty officer advised Snoqualmie Police about a suspicious vehicle at Safeway. Upon arrival, the vehicle was unoccupied and there were several items of drug paraphernalia visible inside the car. A few minutes later, three subjects returned to the vehicle. The driver stated she had just gotten out of jail for possession of drug paraphernalia. The first passenger gave a false name, but upon finding out his identity, came back with a felony DOC Escape warrant out of Olympia. The third subject returned with multiple warrants out of a neighboring agency. The two passengers were booked on their warrants and charges are being filed on all three for Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.

March 10th

DUI

At 5:45PM officers were dispatched to Park Ave SE and SE Newton St in Snoqualmie for a single vehicle crash. The caller reported that the driver had hit a fence and appeared passed out. While officers were in route, the caller advised the driver had now gotten out of the vehicle and was walking down the road. When officers contacted the suspected driver, there was a strong and obvious smell of intoxicants emitting from his person. He was treated by aid and arrested for investigation of DUI.

March 12th

Assault in Progress

At 8:20AM Snoqualmie police were advised of an Assault in Progress in the 8100 block of Silva Ave SE. The caller stated that it was physical between a male and a female and both parties involved had bloody noses. Upon arriving, the female said the male had left on foot. The two subjects involved had a valid Domestic Violence No Contact Order in place against each other for prior similar events. After a search of the area, the male found was apprehended. During a routine search of the male, he was found to have drug paraphernalia on him. The male was booked and charged with Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Domestic Violence Assault 4 and Violation of a No Contact Order.

Suspicious Activity

At 8:30PM officers were dispatched to the Burger King in North Bend for subjects possibly doing drugs inside a vehicle. When the officers arrived, one of the occupants had gone inside and the other was holding drug paraphernalia in her hand. The officer detained the female and asked her if there were any drugs in the car. She said there was not, as they had already used all the drugs they had because they were planning on checking into the Issaquah Jail on a Court Commitment. During a search of the vehicle, the officer found more drug paraphernalia and two pairs of brass knuckles. The illegal items were seized, and the occupants are being charged with Possession of Dangerous Weapon and Drug Paraphernalia.

March 14th

Juvenile DUI

At 1:25AM a 911 call came in from the 35000 block of SE Ridge St reporting a single vehicle into a post. The caller advised there was several juveniles outside the vehicle and that they had been drinking. Before officers arrived, the caller advised that 4 of the juveniles had ran from the scene. Aid was requested for the juveniles that remained on scene. The suspected driver blew over 3 times the legal limit for an adult. Officers gave him a ride to his residence and charges are being filed.

Suspicious Vehicle

At 11:45PM an off-duty officer advised Snoqualmie Police about a suspicious vehicle at Safeway. Upon arrival, the vehicle was unoccupied and there were several items of drug paraphernalia visible inside the car. A few minutes later, three subjects returned to the vehicle. The driver stated she had just gotten out of jail for possession of drug paraphernalia. The first passenger gave a false name, but upon finding out his identity; came back with a felony DOC Escape warrant out of Olympia. The third subject returned with multiple warrants out of a neighboring agency. The two passengers were booked on their warrants and charges are being filed on all three for Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.

Comments

  1. So the march 12th incident is completly wrong and no parties had bloody noses i know both parties and nothing happened of this nature.

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