Police Blotter | Traffic Stop and Warrant Arrest; Unwanted Suspicious Male; Catalytic Converter Theft

March 13, 2023

An officer performed a traffic stop of a vehicle tailgating and not using signals near downtown Snoqualmie. It was determined the driver had a DUI warrant out of North Bend and was arrested and booked into the Issaquah Jail. 

March 14, 2023

An officer took a report about the theft of wiring from homes under construction in North Bend. $8000 worth of copper wire was reported stolen from the construction site. 

March 15, 2023

Officers responded to the North Bend Safeway when it was reported that a known subject who had been previously trespassed from the store was inside and had stolen liquor. Officers could not locate the subject then, but charges were forwarded to the King County Prosecutor for criminal trespass 1st degree and theft 3rd degree. 

March 16, 2023

A subject was making employees of a North Bend business uncomfortable. The business requested the individual be trespassed indefinitely. Officers located the person at his residence and served him with the trespass notice. 

March 17, 2023

Officers responded to a downtown North Bend home in response to the report of a lot of smoke coming from the residence. They contacted a subject at the residence about the illegal barrel fire and assisted them in putting it out. The subject ‘was not super friendly with officers.’ Charges are being forwarded to the prosecutor’s office for illegal burning.

March 18, 2023

While performing an area check at Snoqualmie Point Park, an officer observed a suspicious person underneath a vehicle. When the suspicious person noticed the officer, they apologized, jumped into their car and fled at a high rate of speed. Due to state law, the officer was unable to pursue the subject. It was suspected the vehicle was stolen as it did not have license plates.

March 19, 2023

Officers assisted the King County Sheriff’s Office at Echo Glen Children’s Center with perimeter control related to an incident involving juvenile inmates starting fires and making demands. 

March 19, 2023

A North Bend resident reported a stolen catalytic converter. No suspect information was known at the time. Approximately $800-$1000 worth of vehicle damage was incurred. 

[Information provided by the City of Snoqualmie]

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  • Great to see Snoqualmie Police making traffic stops not great to see “Due to state law, the officer was unable to pursue the subject.” We know who to blame for this situation!

    1. Also glad to see our police performing traffic stops and GOOD to see a police chase was not performed which would have put many innocent lives in danger in order to pursue a suspected non-violent criminal.

      1. You’re right. It’s GOOD to know that criminal is still on the streets waiting to commit another crime, and another crime, and another crime… potentially putting many lives at risk. And when he does, let’s just hope it’s not violent and against someone you know.

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