Officers were dispatched to a female driving her vehicle in circles, hitting a crosswalk sign at Hancock Ave. and Jacobia Street in Snoqualmie, and running into a tree. Officers found the female driver outside the vehicle. She became agitated while conducting field sobriety testing and was placed under arrest and taken to the Issaquah Jail for investigation of DUI.
Medics saw a vehicle hit a juvenile on a bicycle in the crosswalk at the 100 block of W. Park Street in North Bend. Aid took the juvenile to the hospital for treatment. The driver of the vehicle stayed on the scene and was visibly shaken. There was no indication of impairment or intoxication on behalf of the driver—the juvenile sustained minor injuries.
An employee at the Sunglass Hut at 461 South Fork Ave SW in North Bend called to advise that a male had walked into the store and concealed a couple of pairs of sunglasses. When the male saw mall security, he ran out of the store, got into a black jeep, and sped off. The estimated value of the merchandise was $700. The vehicle or the subject was not located.
At Rock Creek Ridge SW and W. Ribary Way in North Bend, police responded to a call regarding two suspicious males standing near a vehicle. The caller watched one of the males throw a rock at a vehicle window, breaking it and leaving the area on foot. Officers arrived and conducted an area search but were unable to locate them.
A resident of Gamma Street in Snoqualmie returned from vacation and found someone had entered her gated fence and stole her bicycle. The resident had also left an older bike as well. There is no suspect information.
Officers found a male outside of a sedan laying on the ground at SE Swenson Drive and Snoqualmie Parkway in Snoqualmie and a female with severe injuries still inside the car. The other driver, who was struck from behind, also had injuries. The male in the sedan was apparently under the influence of narcotics. Officers drafted a search warrant for the subject’s blood, and the male was taken to the hospital. The two other subjects involved in the collision were also taken to the hospital for medical attention.
In Pickering Court in Snoqualmie, a caller reported a male whom she had a court order was currently inside her residence. Officers arrived, and the male was non-compliant. He picked up his small child and refused to set them down. Officers were able to de-escalate the situation and take the male into custody. He was charged and booked for exposing a minor to domestic violence, violating a no-contact order, and obstruction.
Officers were conducting an area check on Alm Way/North Bend Way in North Bend when a suspicious vehicle drove by. The registered owner returned with a suspended license, and the plate was expired. Officers pulled over the vehicle, and the driver admitted to having warrants. However, the male was reluctant to give his name. Officers finally obtained his information, and he did have several warrants. A nearby agency confirmed, and he was taken into custody and booked into jail.
[Information provided by the City of Snoqualmie]