Police Blotter | Throwing bottle at biker; Door Handle Flyers maybe not best advertising; Mailbox hit and run; Won’t leave, “I’m busy”;

BLOTTER LOGOHere are a few of the calls the Snoqualmie Police Department responded to in North Bend and Snoqualmie over the past two weeks.

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BURGLARY REPORT |  MAPLE AVE SE, Snoqualmie

On October 8th around 11AM a caller reported that someone had burglarized their unsecured garage. No damage was found but tool boxes and a mountain bike were stolen.


NOISE COMPLAINT | MT SI GOLF COURSE

On October 8th around 10:30PM a caller reported loud noises coming from the Golf Course Club House – possibly a party.  An officer responded but no one was there – and there were no sounds at all.


SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES | BOALCH AVE SE, North Bend

On October 9th around 5:30PM a caller reported that someone in a gray/blue Chevy truck threw a bottle at a biker – almost causing the biker to crash. The truck was last seen heading toward North Bend Way.  The uninjured biker also called and reported the incident and stated he only wanted police contact if the male subject who threw the bottle was found. An officer checked the Boalch area, downtown North Bend and North Bend Way, but was unable to located the bottle throwing suspect.


SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES |  8000 RAILROAD AVE SE, Snoqualmie

On October 10th around 3PM a caller reported “a lot of activity” in the area – noting possible suspicious people walking back and forth near Sahara Pizza. The caller requested a police area check.  An officer responded to find people waiting for the bus.


THEFT REPORT | NORTH BEND SAFEWAY

On October 10th around 7:15PM an employee called to reported an attempted shoplifting incident. The theft was stopped and the suspect, described a white male in his 20’s with short brown hair, left in a green minivan heading toward the gas station parking lot. An officer responded but was unable to located the man – who was known to police with outstanding warrants.  He had attempted to steal $1,000 worth of meat.  The officer investigated further and charges were filed against the man.


DISTURBANCE | U.S. FOREST BUILDING 1, North Bend

On October 11th around 2:45PM a caller reported a female in the Visitor’s Center who had spread her belongings around the lobby and was talking on the phone about a court hearing. The female in her 40’s was asked to leave, but responded that she “was busy.”  An officer responded to escort the known woman off of the property to a local park.


SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES | NORTH BEND TRAIN DEPOT

On October 12th at 7:30PM a caller reported what appeared to be a very intoxicated man behind the train depot. An officer responded and called for aid due to the man’s apparent mental health issues and reported pain in his legs.  The man who called police did so after the male subject told his wife “if she was hooking then he has time.” A breathalyzer test showed the man was not intoxicated, but was voluntarily transported to the hospital.


MALICIOUS MISCHIEF REPORT | STONE CREEK CIR, North Bend

On October 13th at 10:15AM a caller reported that someone had written on vehicles parked on the street with a sharpie.


MALICIOUS MISCHIEF IN-PROGRESS | SNOQUALMIE PKWY & BONNIVILLE LINE ACESS ROAD

On October 13th at 5:20PM officers responded to the report of two male juveniles painting graffiti on the tunnel under the roadway. The caller who reported the incident stayed with the boy’s bikes and said he would “not let them leave if they tried to.” The two juveniles were detained by police.


SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES | INDIAN PLUM ST, Snoqualmie

On October 14th around 2PM a juvenile female called to report a man trying the front door handle of her home before walking off toward her neighbor’s home and trying their door handle. The caller said she did not need an officer to contact her, that her mother and brother were home with her but asleep. An officer responded to find a solicitor in the neighborhood and advised him of Snoqualmie’s Municipal Code.


NOISE COMPLAINT | EJ ROBERTS PARK, North Bend

On October 16th at 8:30PM a caller reported two vehicles in the parking lot making noise by “honking their horns and banging stuff.” An officer responded and was advised by the vehicle occupants that they were all friends and when one kid left they honked horns.


MALICIOUS MISCHIEF IN-PROGRESS | NE 8TH ST, North Bend

On October 17th at 1AM a caller reported that a small white car had hit his mailbox, and was briefly stuck in his yard before taking off eastbound on 8th Street.  An officer responded to find the mailbox knocked over. The caller stated he was more concerned the driver may have been intoxicated. A search for the suspect was unsuccessful.


VEHICLE PROWL REPORT | SE TIBBITS ST, Snoqualmie

On October 18th  around 8AM a caller reported that a vehicle prowl had occurred overnight. An unknown suspect(s) had rummaged through his unlocked vehicle. No items were stolen.


SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES | SNOWBERRY AVE SE, Snoqualmie

On October 18th at 4:30PM a caller reported that an unknown subject had tried to open their front door and then ran off. An officer responded and located the subject. It was confirmed he was working for Molly Maid and hanging door flyers.


SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES | SE FOREST ST, Snoqualmie

On October 18th around 10:30AM a caller reported that their video surveillance system had caught a prowler trying their door handle the day before – and then went next door as well.  The caller was advised that it was possibly a solicitor hanging flyers on door handles and to call if it happens again.


SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES | CHEVRON GAS STATION, North Bend

On October 20th around 3AM an officer responded to a man urinating in the bushes. The man finished and moved along.


PARKING PROBLEM | SCHUSMAN AVE SE, Snoqualmie

On October 21st at 7:45AM a caller reported that a vehicle was parked partially blocking his driveway and believe the car belongs to a high school student.  An officer located the student driver and had them move the vehicle, as well as apologize to the homeowner.

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