Police Blotter | Vehicle Prowls; Disturbance; Burglary Report

May 29, 2023

Officers responded to the Snoqualmie Falls upper parking lot, where two vehicles were prowled. The vehicle windows were broken out, and approximately $7,000 worth of items were taken. No suspect information was known. 

May 29, 2023

A North Bend store reported that a male had attempted to use a stolen credit card at the location and then quickly took off on a bicycle. Officers were able to locate and detain the suspect. When questioned, he first claimed the credit cards in his pocket were his friends, but he couldn’t provide officers with his “friends’” names. He later admitted to stealing the credit cards at the casino. He was arrested for Possession of Stolen Property and Fraud Attempt.

May 29, 2023

Officers responded to a Snoqualmie neighborhood for the report of an Intoxicated female who was causing a disturbance and yelling at neighbors. Officers contacted the woman. Charges were forwarded for Disorderly Conduct. 

May 30, 2023

An officer initiated a traffic stop of a vehicle without taillights near Snoqualmie Point Park. When the driver saw the officer, the vehicle took off at a high rate of speed. However, the driver obliged when the officer attempted to pull it over. The officer determined the driver did not have a license or insurance or a required interlock device. The driver was cited for all three offenses.

May 30, 2023

It was reported that sometime over the weekend, the shed at Tollgate Farm Park was burglarized. A riding lawn mower, tools, a gas can, and a pop-up tent were taken. No suspect information was known. 

May 31, 2023

A person reported that after leaving her vehicle overnight at a North Bend business, she returned in the morning to find the front two wheels and tires had been stolen. No suspect information was known.

May 31, 2023

A North Bend Outlet Mall store reported that a male and female who had entered the location 30 minutes earlier and stolen $1000 worth of merchandise were back at the store. An officer arrived, saw the male suspect and went to detain him when the man started fighting the officer, knocking the officer to the ground. The female accomplice ran to get their vehicle and drove it around to the male, at which point he got in. Officers attempted to stop the vehicle, but the suspects fled onto I-90. Due to Washington State pursuit law, officers could not pursue the vehicle. They were, though, able to identify the male and female and charges were forwarded for theft 3rd degree, assault 3 (of an officer), and resisting arrest.

June 1, 2023

A caller reported a female “squatter” inside their abandoned house. Officers arrived at the location, and the female was already gone. They located her nearby and arrested her for criminal trespass. She was trespassed indefinitely from the site.

June 2, 2023

An officer observed a vehicle swerving and unable to maintain its lane on Snoqualmie Parkway, nearly colliding twice with the roadway’s center median. The officer pulled the vehicle over and Immediately smelled the odor of intoxicants. The driver admitted to having four beers before getting behind the wheel. The officer conducted field sobriety tests and determined the driver was too impaired to drive. The driver declined to do a breathalyzer and was taken to the hospital for a blood search warrant. He was ultimately arrested for DUI.

June 3, 2023

A passerby reported a male slumped over in a chair on Center Blvd in Snoqualmie. Officers contacted the subject and determined he had a felony warrant for possession of a stolen motor vehicle. He was arrested and transported to King County Jail on his warrants.

June 4, 2023

An officer observed a vehicle turning without a blinker, making a very wide jerky turn and almost striking a median. The vehicle then drove through a residential neighborhood going about 40 MPH. The officer caught up to the vehicle and pulled it over. Two males were in the vehicle, both under the age of 21. The officer observed open beer containers in the vehicle. The officer conducted field sobriety tests for the driver. A breathalyzer test showed he was almost three times past the legal limit. The passenger was also intoxicated. The driver was arrested for DUI, and the vehicle was towed.

[Information provided by the City of Snoqualmie]

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