Police Blotter | Bad driving equals mad drivers; wind on the loose; guest issue at the lodge

Here are a few of the calls the Snoqualmie Police Department responded to over the past two weeks in North Bend and Snoqualmie:

MALICIOUS MISCHIEF REPORT |  BRAEBURN ST. Snoqualmie

On November 10th at 7:20PM a caller reported that within the last four days someone had done damage to the front yard. An officer responded and spoke to the caller and neighbor. The neighbor advised them that there had been a windstorm two nights earlier that had blown garbage around into residents’ yards.  No crime was committed.

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ANIMAL PROBLEM | NORTH BEND SAFEWAY

On November 10th at 2:15PM a caller reported a large dog left in a vehicle in the parking lot. The caller said it is an ongoing problem. An officer checked on the dog and called the reporting person back to explain that there was nothing the police could do for a dog that spends a lot of time in the car, except to check on the dog. The caller was advised to call animal control in the future unless the dog appeared in danger.

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SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES | BENDIGO BLVD & NORTH BEND WAY

On November 13th at 4:30PM a caller reported being followed/tailgated by a vehicle after a road rage incident on I-90. The caller gave a vehicle description and was advised to meet an officer at the Outlet Mall. The officer made contact with both drivers at the location.  The officer cleared both parties and reported no crime had been committed, but that “bad driving = mad drivers.”

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SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES | 472 E NORTH BEND WAY

On November 14th around 7PM officers responded to the location where witnesses reported two men were hanging out of Ignite Dance Studio and making people feel uncomfortable. The witnesses believed the subjects were involved with drugs and “cracked out.” The men had left the scene but provided officers of a description of the vehicle that had left in. Officers were able to identify the vehicle but could not locate it.

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UNWANTED SUBJECT | SALISH LODGE, Snoqualmie

On November 16th around 1PM an employee reported an issue with a guest and wanted her trespassed from the premises. The woman was reported to have exhibited aggressive behavior and arguing with staff members. She agreed to wait in her car until her daughter could come and get and get her and was trespassed from the Salish. Her keys were taken to the police station due to prescription narcotics intoxication.

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TRESPASSING IN-PROGRESS | SALISH LODGE, Snoqualmie

On November 16th around 2PM officers responded back to the Salish after the woman trespassed came back onto the property. She went to the gift shop to charge her phone but didn’t realize it was part of the property. She returned to her car to wait for her daughter.

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