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Dec 06

SPD Police Blotter, Edition 38

Posted on December 6, 2023 at 12:11 PM by Danna McCall

November 27, 2023 - Traffic Offense

An officer was on a routine patrol when a suspicious vehicle was observed. The officer checked the license plate which showed the registered owner had a suspended license. The officer conducted a traffic stop and contacted the driver, who stated he had neither a driver’s license nor insurance. He was cited for Driving Without a License an.d Operating a Motor Vehicle Without Insurance.  

November 27, 2023 - Suspicious Vehicle

An officer was on a routine patrol when he observed a suspicious vehicle stopped near Snoqualmie Point Park with two occupants slumped over. As the officer approached, he noticed the driver had a pen in his hand and a check. The officer knocked on the driver’s window and made contact. The driver handed the officer two checks, stating that they belonged to his parents, but that his parents did not know he had them. The officer suspected attempted forgery and took the checks. The officer was able to get a hold of the parents at a later date, who stated that they wished to press charges. The subject was subsequently charged with Possession of Stolen Property and Attempted Forgery.

November 29, 2023 - Burglary Report

Officers responded to a burglary call at Twin Peaks Nutrition in North Bend. Officers made contact with the reporting party and secured the building. Officers noticed a door that was damaged as well as a windowpane that was removed to access an office room. A cash register and miscellaneous items were taken and valued at roughly $4000. Officers requested and received support from King County Automated Fingerprint Identification System (AFIS). The AFIS Processing Technician arrived on scene and processed the scene for fingerprints. This investigation is still ongoing.

November 29, 2023 - Welfare Check

Dispatch alerted officers to a welfare check involving a female subject who was observed slumped over on a bench outside a North Bend gas station with possible drug paraphernalia. Officers found the female subject slumped over with drug paraphernalia near her hand. An officer spoke with the female who admitted to using fentanyl. Snoqualmie Fire was called to do a precautionary medical evaluation. The subject refused additional medical checks and was subsequently charged with knowingly Using a Controlled Substance While in a Public Space and released with a court date.

December 1, 2023 - Suspicious Vehicle

An officer was conducting an area check at Snoqualmie Point Park when a vehicle without license plates was observed. As the officer drove by, a male subject got out of the vehicle and walked into the wood line. The officer approached the vehicle and made contact with a female subject who was in the passenger seat. Officers checked the VIN, which came back as a stolen vehicle out of Federal Way, and detained the passenger. Officers conducted a search of the vehicle while requesting additional assistance to locate the male suspect who walked off. Although officers were unable to locate the suspect, they found a wallet belonging to the suspect with identification in it.   The female was charged with Vehicle Trespass and booked into Issaquah City Jail. Charges were also forwarded to the prosecutor’s office for the male suspect. The stolen vehicle was towed, and arrangements were made to return the vehicle to the registered owner.

December 1, 2023 - Suspicious Activity

Officers were on routine patrol at the North Bend Premium Outlets when a suspicious female on a bench was observed. The female subject gave the officer her name and walked toward a fence while the officer had dispatch check the name. Dispatch advised the officer that the female subject had warrant out of Seattle for assault. Once backup arrived, the female subject hopped over the fence and ran. Officers initiated a foot pursuit and were able to locate the female hiding by a large tree. Officers arrested the subject and booked her into King County Jail for her warrant.  

December 1, 2023 - Traffic Stop

An officer was on a routine patrol near Torguson Park in North Bend when a vehicle without a front license plate was observed. The officer allowed the vehicle to pass and checked the rear license plate which showed that the registered owner had a suspended license and multiple unresolved citations. The officer conducted a traffic stop and cited the driver for Driving With a Suspended License.

December 1, 2023 - Suspicious Vehicle

An officer was on patrol at the North Bend Premium Outlets when a suspicious vehicle was observed. The officer checked the license plate which showed that the registered owner had a warrant out of Renton for Malicious Mischief. When a male subject returned to the vehicle, officers confirmed the subject’s identity, transported him, and booked him into South Correctional Entity.

December 3, 2023 - Theft Report

Dispatch alerted officers to a theft report at Herfy’s Burgers in Snoqualmie. Officers responded and made contact with the reporting party who stated that a male suspect walked in and asked to pay utilizing the point of pay system. The suspect then refunded himself $390 and fled the establishment. Officers got a description of the fleeing vehicle and attempted to locate it, but were unable. They are still working to identify the suspect.  

December 3, 2023 - Vehicle Prowl Report

Officers were dispatched to a vehicle prowl report at Panorama Apartments in Snoqualmie. Officers contacted the female reporting party who reported seeing a male subject who she did not recognize attempting to wedge a vehicle’s hood open with a tool. The subject noticed the reporting party and followed her. The reporting party confronted the subject, who stated that he lived there before he left. Officers patrolled the area and found the vehicle, but were unable to locate the male subject. Officers are still working to identify the male subject.

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