Police Blotter | Trespass in Progress; Road Rage with Possible Weapons; Criminal Trespass

June 6, 2023

A male subject was contacted at Riverview Park in Snoqualmie after hours. He stated that he knew he wasn’t supposed to be there and was aware of the park being closed.

After checking his identity, it was determined he had several arrest warrants out of Auburn, Redmond, Tacoma, and Snoqualmie for possession of drug paraphernalia, trespassing and theft. He was taken into custody and transported to jail on his warrants. He was turned away at the jail for medical reasons, though. Charges were forwarded for Criminal Trespass.

June 6, 2023

A person reported the theft of their flatbed trailer left at a North Bend store overnight due to its faulty wheel. When the reporting person arrived the following day to retrieve the trailer, it was gone. It was entered into a national database as stolen. No suspect information was known. 

June 6, 2023

A person called to report a road rage incident, stating that the passenger in the other vehicle was “waving a gun around.” Officers located the vehicle involved in the incident in the casino parking lot. They did retrieve a firearm from the associated subjects. However, after speaking with the caller who reported the incident, he wished not to be a victim and could not say if a firearm was involved. The officers cleared the subjects. 

June 7, 2023

A vehicle awaiting repairs located behind a locked fence at a Snoqualmie auto repair business was broken into. An unknown subject climbed the fence, broke the vehicle’s window and attempted to steal it. There was significant ignition damage on the vehicle’s steering column. No suspect information was known. 

June 8, 2023

An officer observed a known subject that had been trespassed from a Snoqualmie apartment complex was back at the location. This subject has been trespassed for quite some time from the location and has been talked to several times about this. When the officer contacted the male, he had a duffle bag full of knives on him. The officer asked him to set down the bag, and he did. While speaking with him and advising him that he was under arrest for trespassing, he kept looking and trying to get to the bag with knives. He was arrested for Criminal Trespass.

June 8, 2023

A male was caught on video surveillance opening the door to a North Bend business with some sort of tool. He then entered the bathroom, where he stayed for a few hours. Upon exiting the bathroom, he took the restroom sign off the wall, exited the building, attached the sign to his bicycle, and rode off. The business owner found the bathroom a mess in the morning, and there was some paperwork with the male’s name on it. Officers could confirm the name on the paperwork was the male in the video. The officers then went to the man’s residence, where they found the bicycle with the restroom sign still attached. The owner did not want to prosecute the male but did have him trespassed indefinitely from the business.

June 11, 2023

A call came into dispatch from an alarm company monitoring the North Bend Safeway fuel station. The company said a male broke out the window and was inside the business, taking items and trying to get into the register. When officers arrived, the subject was gone. There was a U-Haul observed near the incident location. Officers attempted to stop it. The U-Haul fled, and the traffic stop was terminated due to State pursuit law. Surrounding law enforcement agencies assisted in attempting to locate the vehicle. The vehicle was spiked at the I-90 Sunset Way exit, kept driving, and was later located fully engulfed in flames in Sammamish. The investigation is ongoing.

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