Police Blotter | goats on the lamb; teens on the egging; asleep in the bushes; ‘appears to be the work of the wind’

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

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MALICIOUS MISCHIEF REPORT |  DENNY PEAK DR, Snoqualmie

On January 21st at 9:20AM a caller reported her house had been egged – and that there was a “chronic issue” with teens roaming around at night and causing issues. There was no suspect description provided.


MALICIOUS MISCHIEF REPORT | FAIRWAY AVE, Snoqualmie

On January 21st around 10:30AM a caller reported that the paint of their company vehicle was damage when egg’ed overnight. No suspect info was provided.


THEFT IN-PROGRESS |  NORTH BEND SAFEWAY

On January 23td at 1:30AM an employee reported that a male suspect took approximately $1100 worth of liquor from the store. The store said it had video surveillance of the suspect.


SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES | NORTH BEND STARBUCKS

On January 23rd at 6AM and employee reported a subject laying in the bushes at the location. An officer responded to the known subject who said he was ok and was “just trying to get money to go to Issaquah or Yakima.”


MALICIOUS MISCHIEF REPORT | AZALEA WAY, Snoqualmie

On January 23rd at 7:40AM reported the front lamp of their home was knocked down, which had happened previously. An officer responded and reported that it did not appear to be malicious – that the lamps weren’t screwed in tightly and it ‘appeared to be the work of the wind.’


HAZARDOUS ROADWAY CONDITION | NE 8TH ST & BORST AVE, North Bend

On January 26th at 2:15PM a caller reported two loose goats in the roadway. An officer responded to the loose goats and a neighbor agreed to keep them in their backyard until they could “figure out what to do with them.”


MALICIOUS MISCHIEF IN-PROGRESS |ROCK CREEK RIDGE BLVD  & W RIBARY WAY

On January 26th at 2:30PM it was reported that  two juveniles with large skateboards were breaking out several vehicle windows. Possibly 8-10 cars might have been damaged.  An officer responded and was eventually able to locate the male suspects with the help of the caller. A positive ID and statement was made by the caller. Both juveniles were released to their parents.


THEFT REPORT NORTH BEND OUTLET MALL

On January 26th at 8:30PM a caller reported their mountain bike, which they left during the day near the Jansport Store, was stolen. After taking the incident report, the officer gave the caller a ride home.


SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES NORTH BEND SHELL GAS STATION

On January 27th at 8:45AM a caller reported several people camped out at the location – in sleeping bags behind the station’s store. An officer responded and trespassed all four subjects for one year from the station per management’s request.


DISTURBANCE  |  NORTH BEND SHELL GAS STATION

On January 28th around 7:20PM  an employee reported that a male customer came in, acting odd, yelling and throwing his arms around. An officer responded and found the possible subject at McDonald’s. The employee ID’ed the subject. He was trespassed him from the station for the day.


NOISE COMPLAINT | AUTUMN AVE, Snoqualmie

On January 29th at 12:45PM a caller reported a Chevy pickup truck with expired tabs parked on the street and loudly revving the engine, saying it was an ongoing problem.  An officer responded and spoke to the owner of the truck.


MALICIOUS MISCHIEF REPORT | NORTH BEND QFC

On January 29th around 12:30PM a subject known to officers keyed a patrol car in the presence of an officer and then fled on a bike. The officer was unable to locate the subject, but stated if the person wasn’t located this week he/she would be cited via investigation.


SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES | SNOQUALMIE POINT PARK

On January 31st around 1:30PM a female caller reported a male in a vehicle ‘looking sketchy.’ She said she didn’t feel safe getting out of her car.  An officer responded and spoke to the man, who was with Hyundai shooting a commercial.


VEHICLE PROWL REPORT | SNOQUALMIE IGA

On January 31st at 7:20PM a caller reported the front passenger side window was smashed while at the location, but that nothing seemed to have been taken. Damage was estimated at $300.


THEFT IN-PROGRESS | NORTH BEND SAFEWAY

On February 1st around 3:30PM the store manager reported that he had followed a male out of the store who had attempted to steal liquor – and that the suspect told him he would kill him if he touched him. An officer responded and found the subject hiding behind a nearby business.  The manager requested the male be trespassed if he was located.


SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES | RIVERSIDE DR, North Bend

On February 2nd around 8PM a caller reported a male subject had knocked on her door and could still hear him near her home – that she lives alone and was scared. She was advised to keep doors and windows locked and call 911 if the man returned. An officer responded. The male was ‘a pizza delivery guy.’


VEHICLE PROWL REPORT | NORTH BEND ARBYS

On February 3rd around 132:30PM a caller reported a vehicle prowl had happened within the last 90 minutes.  The possible suspect was described as a younger white male in white clothing. An officer responded to find the vehicle’s window smashed and a iPod taken.

 

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