Police Blotter | Verbal Domestic Incident; Subject with Sword at Snoqualmie Safeway; Pigs in the Roadway

MAY 27, 2024

Sometime during the late evening hours, in the 6500 Block of West Crest View Loop SE, an unknown person(s) broke into a vehicle and stole several miscellaneous items, including cash and a garage door opener.  

A neighbor was able to retrieve video footage from their Ring Camera, but it was extremely blurry, and police were unable to get a good description of the suspects.

MAY 27, 2024

A caller reported a verbal domestic incident between a mother and an adult daughter over the mother not giving the daughter money to buy cigarettes, which resulted in the daughter throwing rocks at the mother’s window.

The subject left on a bike before police arrived. Officers did an area check but were unable to locate the subject. Officers confirmed that there were no injuries or damage to the property.

MAY 27, 2024

A victim was eating lunch at Rio Brav when someone took his Yellow Canyon Grizl CF Mountain bike from the back of his truck and rode off.  The victim had security cameras on the vehicle that recorded the theft. Officers conducted an area check for the suspect and were able to locate him. The bike was valued at approximately $2,000.  

MAY 28, 2024

Officers responded to the Panorama Apartments for a report of an unknown male wearing a hospital bracelet who was trying to open a screen door at approximately 10 p.m. Officers arrived and did an area check for the subject but were unable to locate him.

MAY 28, 2024

A caller reported a male subject with something in his hand going around mailboxes in the 1500 block of Rock Creek Ridge Blvd in North Bend.  When officers arrived, they located several mailboxes that had been pried open with no contents inside. It was unknown if any mail was taken.  An area check was made, but officers could not locate anyone matching the description.

MAY 29, 2024

A caller requested a welfare check for a male subject who was passed out at the fireplace in front of the Snoqualmie Safeway, who then woke and was carrying a sword but not brandishing it. Officers checked the area, but the subject was gone before their arrival.

MAY 30, 2024

While doing an area check near Riverview Park in Snoqualmie, officers located a subject with an active Snoqualmie warrant for his Driving Under the Influence arrest. The subject was booked into the Issaquah Jail on this warrant.

MAY 30, 2024

Officers and the department’s Mental Health Professional / Community Co-Responder assisted KCAC on a welfare check for a report of a subject living in an apartment with a reported 30 cats, which turned out to be only 5 cats.  

The concern stemmed from flies swarming around and hundreds of dead flies landing outside the door. Officers were able to contact the homeowner, and proper resources were provided.   

MAY 30, 2024

A caller reported that a male subject at the North Bend Arby’s – who had previously been verbally trespassed for sleeping in the parking lot – was back again and now in the drive-thru.  Officers made contact, and the subject was given a written trespass notice for loitering in the parking lot at the request of the district manager.

MAY 30, 2024

In the area of 208 Main Ave in North Bend, an unknown person(s) cut the mirrors off a vehicle parked on the street.  Only the glass mirrors were taken. The frame with hanging wires was left on the vehicle.  Estimated damages were valued at $2,250.

JUNE 1, 2024

A caller reported kids playing on the roof of Cascade View Elementary School in Snoqualmie.  When officers arrived, they did not find the juveniles but did find an electric scooter that was left unsecured nearby. The scooter was taken to the police station for safekeeping as there had been a recent report of a stolen electric scooter.

JUNE 2, 2024

Officers on patrol discovered two occupied vehicles in Tollgate Farm Park after hours. After advising the occupants that they were trespassing, both subjects were cooperative and left the area.

JUNE 3, 2024

A North Bend homeowner filed a report about their car window being smashed and the vehicle rummaged through. The person reported that nothing appeared to be missing. No suspect information is known at this time.

JUNE 4, 2024 

A caller reported 6-7 pigs in the roadway near Millpond Road and SR 202 due to a gate at a nearby farm being left open. Officers responded and performed an area check but could not locate the pigs. It was assumed they had found their way back home.  

JUNE 4, 2024

A caller reported that their rental vehicle had been prowled in the Snoqualmie Falls lower parking lot. The caller said the window was smashed. No arrests were made, and no suspect information is known at this time.

JUNE 5, 2024

A caller reported two subjects refusing to leave a North Bend Outlet Mall Store. The caller explained that the subjects had been roaming the store for hours. After three hours, the two eventually left the store without incident.

[Information provided by the City of Snoqualmie]

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