Police Blotter | On tracks while train running; dog attack; missile launcher found in garage; trespassers on sacred tribal land

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

 

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MALICIOUS MISCHIEF | LAUREL PL SE, Snoqualmie

On July 27th around 7:20PM, a caller reported a vehicle driving up on their yard and destroying landscaping. The driver refused to give their insurance information. Officer arrived and assisted with exchange of information. The driver didn’t realize that damage had been caused.

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THEFT IN-PROGRESS | SAFEWAY, North Bend

On July 28th around 10PM, police were called when a 14-year old boy stole raspberry flavored vodka and left on a bicycle. Police caught the boy and got the alcohol back.

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THEFT | SNO RIDGE STORAGE, Snoqualmie

On July 29th around 12PM, police were contacted and made aware that gas was siphoned overnight from one of the trucks. The truck had already been rented out by the time of the call, but the reporting person wanted officers to be aware.

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CITIZEN ASSIST, Snoqualmie

On July 29th around 2PM, caller reported that their ex-boyfriend, who was in the military, left behind a missile launcher in their garage. It was found while getting ready to move. He was apparently arrested several years ago for theft of the other part of this launcher. The missile appeared to be inactive, possibly a launch tube.

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SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES | CVES, Snoqualmie

On July 30th around 2AM, police received multiple calls about a loud alarm going off. It turned out the reverse alarm on a tractor at the school got stuck and was going off. Someone had been trying to gain access to the tractor. It was out of gear, so alarm stopped going off when put back in gear.

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RECKLESS DRIVING/ DUI | RAILROAD AVE & KING ST, Snoqualmie

On July 30th around 9:15AM WSP transferred a possible DUI call to SPD stating a silver Kia was spotted on SR 202 in downtown Snoqualmie traveling at an “erratic rate of speed and lane travel.” SPD located the vehicle and driver on Mill Pond Road, performed a field sobriety and breathalyzer test, which registered blood alcohol level of .127. The driver was read their rights and taken into custody. The vehicle was towed, impounded and WSP was contacted, asking for information about the caller who witnessed the driver on SR 202.

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TRAFFIC OFFENSE | NORTH BEND ELEMENTARY, North Bend

On July 30th around 4:50PM, a caller reported two people racing go-karts in front of the school. This had been an ongoing problem throughout the day. Police warned them and they loaded the rigs up and moved along.

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TRESPASSING IN-PROGRESS | SE 69TH PL, Snoqualmie

On July 30th around 4PM, a caller reported two people trespassing on the railroad tracks past the falls while an active train was running. The subjects were apprehended, warned, and released.

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VEHICLE PROWL REPORT | THREE FORKS DOG PARK, Snoqualmie

On July 30th around 4:40PM, two vehicles were broken into with items taken from both, including a purse.

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SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES | ELM AVE SE, Snoqualmie

On July 31st around 11PM, caller reported hearing someone walking around in their backyard. They didn’t see anyone but it sounded like someone was running through the bushes. Police checked the area and found lots of bear tracks.

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MALICIOUS MISCHIEF IN-PROGRESS | LAUREL AVE SE, Snoqualmie

On August 1st around 12:50AM, a caller reported that someone drove by and egged his house again. He didn’t see who it was but the sound woke him up. Both the house and the car were egged.

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ANIMAL PROBLEM | WEITING AVE SE, Snoqualmie

On August 1st around 12:30PM, a caller reported that their 15-year old daughter was attacked in their front yard by two unsecured dogs. The girl was bleeding from arm, and her arm was swollen afterward the bite. The two dogs were found and taken into custody. Aid was called to the scene.

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UNWANTED SUBJECT | BENDIGO BLVD, North Bend

On August 1st around 8:40PM, a person called because he was concerned that a man who was evicted was going to try to come back and get into his old trailer. The caller wanted police to do periodic checks at the location that night for the subject who no longer lives there. Trailer had new owners and the evicted man was not supposed to be there anymore.

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ANIMAL PROBLEM | BENDIGO BLVD/NORTH BEND WAY, North Bend

On August 2nd around 7PM, a caller reported a dog had been left alone in a hot car. An officer tried to call owner but got no answer. The air conditioning was left on in van and the dog wasn’t panting or hot.

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SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES | LES SCHWAB, North Bend

On August 3rd around 1:45AM, an officer approached four juvenile males in the park after hours to warn them about being in the park after dark.

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TRESPASSING IN-PROGRESS | LOWER FALLS, Snoqualmie

On August 4th around 3:40PM, a caller reported ten people climbing on the rocks in the area— Snoqualmie Tribal Sacred Land. All persons denied knowing they were trespassing despite the rather large no trespassing and danger signs. About half gave fake names initially, but were eventually identified. All trespassers were educated about the tribal land and PSE domain. They cooperated and were escorted back onto public area. No criminal citations issued.

Comments

  1. Bob O Booy says:

    If you give a fake name to the police then I think yous should automatically be taken to jail.

  2. Agree.

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