Mar 30

SPD Police Blotter, Edition 12

Posted on March 30, 2023 at 11:53 AM by Danna McCall

March 21, 2023 - Shoplifting

A officer responded to the North Bend Outlet Mall after a store employee reported nearly $500 worth of shoes were stolen by a male and female. The suspects left the area and were not located. 

March 21, 2023 - Assault in Progress-Theft-Warrant Arrest-Threats

Officers responded to the North Bend Popeye's restaurant after a male stole food, threatened employees while pretending to be an Army officer. Upon officer contact, the individual provided a false name. He was taken into custody for Disorderly Conduct.  When the subject arrived at the Issaquah Jail, he hit his face on the partition - giving himself a bloody nose. The officers took him up to the hospital for evaluation of the injury.  While at the hospital, the male attempted to get physical with both staff and officers and attempted to spit at the officers. Issaquah Police officers arrived to assist, and used a mobile fingerprint scanner to determine the subject's identity. It was determined the man had several outstanding felony warrants from different states. He was taken to King County Jail for a Kansas warrant. Charges were also forwarded for disorderly conduct, false statements to a public servant, 4th degree assault ,and obstruction.

March 22, 2023 - Suspicious Person on Porch

A caller reported that their surveillance camera picked up a male on their Snoqualmie residence front porch, knocking on their door and then hiding in the bushes. No suspect was identified. 

March 22, 2023 - Traffic Stop

An officer performed a traffic of a vehicle in downtown North Bend. This was the third time in two weeks the driver had been stopped by officers. The driver was cited for driving without a license and no insurance for a third time. 

March 22, 2023 - Disturbance

A Snoqualmie home-based business owner reported that a dissatisfied client was refusing to leave. Officers responded to find the homeowner across the street while the client was still in the home. No charges were pressed but person was trespassed from the address. 

March 23, 2023 - Threats

Officers responded to Three Forks Dog Park after a caller reported that a person lifted their shirt to show a firearm after a dispute over one dog coming over to the other. The individual who showed the weapon left the area and was not located. 

March 24, 2023 - Weapons Offense

A caller reported that approximately one hour earlier they had gotten into a verbal altercation with a male subject over the male backing out and almost hitting a wagon full of items at a downtown North Bend business. The subject pulled a handgun out of a bag but did not point it at the reporting person. The caller provided a description of the male involved, but did not wish to pursue charges. 

March 25, 2023 - Assault in Progress 

Officers responded to the Snoqualmie Safeway after an intoxicated male attempted to buy alcohol at the self-checkout. He became frustrated and began yelling at employees and causing a disturbance.  A short time later in the parking lot, a concerned citizen asked him if he wanted a ride, as he appeared too intoxicated to drive. He then began to assault the citizen. Charges were forwarded to the prosecutor for assault and disorderly conduct. A trespass notice was also issued to the male. 

March 25, 2023 - Traffic Offense

An officer stopped a vehicle near the North Bend Safeway where it was determined the vehicle had a fraudulent temporary tag. Charges were forwarded to the prosecutor for forgery. 

**These are a selection of calls responded to by the Snoqualmie Police Dept. during the previous week**

Mar 21

SPD Police Blotter, Edition 11

Posted on March 21, 2023 at 5:25 PM by Danna McCall

March 13, 2023 - Traffic Stop and Warrant Arrest

An officer performed a traffic stop of a vehicle tailgating and not using signals near downtown Snoqualmie. It was determined the driver had a DUI warrant out of North Bend and was arrested and booked into the Issaquah Jail. 

March 14, 2023 - Copper Wire Theft

An officer took a report about the theft of wiring from homes under construction in North Bend. $8000 worth of copper wire was reported stolen from the construction site. 

March 15, 2023 - Trespass and Theft

Officers responded to the North Bend Safeway when it was reported that a known subject who had been previously trespassed from the store was inside and had stolen liquor. Officers were unable to locate the subject at the time, but charges were forwarded to the King County Prosecutor for criminal trespass 1st degree and theft 3rd degree. 

March 16, 2023 - Unwanted Suspicious Male

A subject was making employees of a North Bend business uncomfortable. The business requested the individual be trespassed indefinitely. Officers located the person at his residence and served him with the trespass notice. 

March 17, 2023 - Illegal Burn

Officers responded to a downtown North Bend home in response to the report of a lot of smoke coming from the residence.  They contacted a subject at the residence about the illegal barrel fire and assisted them in putting it out. The subject 'was not super friendly with officers.' Charges are being forwarded to the prosecutor's office for illegal burning.

March 18, 2023 - Suspicious Activity

While performing an area check at Snoqualmie Point Park an officer observed a suspicious person underneath a vehicle. When the suspicious person noticed the officer, they apologized, jumped into their vehicle and fled at a high rate of speed. Due to state law, the officer was unable to pursue the subject. It was suspected the vehicle was stolen as it did not have license plates.

March 19, 2023 - Agency Assist

Officers assisted the King County Sheriff's Office at Echo Glen Children's Center with perimeter control related to an incident involving juvenile inmates who were starting fires and making demands. 

March 19, 2023 - Catalytic Converter Theft

A North Bend resident reported a stolen catalytic converter. No suspect information was known at the time. Approximately $800-$1000 worth of vehicle damage was incurred. 

**These are a selection of calls responded to by the Snoqualmie Police Dept. during the previous week.**

Mar 16

SPD Police Blotter, Edition 10

Posted on March 16, 2023 at 1:08 PM by Danna McCall

March 6, 2023 - Malicious Mischief

A caller reported the back window of their vehicle was broken out while they were on a hike near Snoqualmie Point Park.  Vehicle repairs were estimated at $1000. 

March 7, 2023 - Traffic Stop

An officer stopped a vehicle with no rear lights near downtown Snoqualmie. It was determined the driver had a statewide extradition warrant, but the issuing agency declined to extradite the person. The driver was cited for driving with a suspended license 3rd degree and given a warning for not having insurance, registration in the vehicle, and expired tabs. 

March 9, 2023 - Fugitive Arrest Warrant

A driver was pulled over for failing to stop at a stop sign in downtown Snoqualmie. It was determined the driver had an Idaho fugitive warrant for $52,000. The subject was transported to the King County Jail without incident for pickup by Idaho authorities. 

March 11, 2023 - DUI

An officer responded to the scene of a one-vehicle accident near the intersection of Meadowbrook Way and Railroad Ave. The driver crashed the vehicle off the roadway and was arrested for DUI. 

March 11, 2023 - Occupied Stolen Vehicle

An officer spotted a stolen vehicle at a North Bend gas station with three subjects inside. Due to conflicting stories, including a claim the vehicle was borrowed, no arrests were made. The vehicle owner was notified of the recovery. 

March 12, 2023 - Residential Burglary

A North Bend homeowner arrived home to discover their house had been broken into over the weekend. Several identity documents, purses, a backpack, and money were stolen. 

March 12, 2023 - DUI Accident

A caller reported seeing a vehicle strike a sign near SE Tanner Rd and 436th Ave SE in North Bend.  The caller stated witnesses at the scene took the driver's keys. An officer responded to the scene. The driver was booked into Issaquah Jail for DUI. 

** These are a selection of calls responded to by the Snoqualmie Police Dept. during the previous week.**