Police Blotter | Sheep on the lam; let’s talk disaster preparedness in Russian; waving for the security camera

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

ACCIDENT/NON-INJURY | COTTONWOOD DR SE & SE RIDGE ST, Snoqualmie

On October 22nd around 2:50PM, caller reported that a tree fell onto an unoccupied parked car. It was unknown who owned the car.

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DISTURBANCE | IGNITE DANCE, North Bend

On October 23rd around 7:30PM, police responded to a disturbance at the dance studio, where a mother of one of the children got upset about some of the other moms talking badly about a mom who wasn’t there. The upset mother caused a big scene by yelling and cursing at the other moms as well as some of the children. No one wanted to press charges, so they agreed to sit down and try to work things out calmly.

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NOISE COMPLAINT | ANA’S MEXICAN RESTAURANT, Snoqualmie

On October 25th around 6:15AM, caller reported an ongoing issue with loud construction equipment, including leaf blowers, being used early in the morning in the parking lot outside of the restaurant. Police were unable to locate the issue upon arrival.

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ANIMAL PROBLEM | TOLLGATE PARK, North Bend

On October 24th around 6:40PM, a caller reported that there were sheep from a nearby farm out and running through the roadway. Police were unable to locate the sheep and assumed they’d gone back to the farm for the night.

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SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES | SE 6TH ST, North Bend

On October 25th around 8:40PM, a caller reported that a man was repeatedly knocking on their front door and looking into security cameras, waving. Police responded and looked for the man, but he was already gone.

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SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES | SAFEWAY, North Bend

On October 25th around 11:00PM, caller reported a suspicious man and woman in the store who seemed to be concealing items and walking out of view of the cameras. It seemed like they were trying to steal a lot of Seahawks merchandise. Police arrived and the man and woman left the store.

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VEHICLE PROWL REPORT | SE TIBBITS ST, Snoqualmie

On October 27th around 6:30AM, a caller reported that many items had been stolen from their unlocked car overnight, including: a wallet, credit/debit cards, workout gear, and a Bose headset.

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SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES | FERN AVE SE, Snoqualmie

On October 27th around 11:00AM, caller reported that two suspicious men came to their door asking about Russian speaking families and wanting to discuss disaster response plans. Police were unable to locate the men.

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