Park vandalism and cruelty, hiding in the bushes: Weekly Snoqualmie Valley police, fire blotter

Snoqualmie Valley police and fire agencies responded to the following calls over the last week:

North Bend Sheriff’s Substation

Sunday, April 29

Car Prowl: At 4:19 p.m., a car prowl victim called police. He said he’d parked his vehicle in the rear parking lot of a business in the 400 block of Southwest Mount Si Boulevard before work, at 10 a.m. When he came out, he found that someone had smashed the front passenger-side window, and pulled his coat out and dropped it on the ground.

Burglary: At 2:04 p.m., a woman called police when she saw three boys, about 15 years old, approach a vacant building in the 500 block of East North Bend Way. Two of the boys entered the closed business through a small window. The day before this report, another caller had reported seeing a window open in the building.

Friday, April 27

Park Vandals: At 11:35 p.m., officers found evidence that someone had cruelly killed a bird in the restroom at Torguson Park. Less than an hour before this event, at E.J. Roberts Park, they found that someone had gotten into the west side restroom supply closet and strewn toilet paper all over the facility.

Snoqualmie Police Dept.

Monday, April 30

Bushed: At 3:29 a.m., an officer noticed a person hiding in some bushes in the 38900 block of Southeast River Street. The subject had been drinking, and was told to go home.

Friday, April 27

Mischief: At 4:57 p.m., an officer responded to a complaint in the 6600 block of Salmon Berry Court. The homeowner said that some unknown children had thrown mud on the side of the house. The mud washed off without any damage.

No-show: At 2:23 p.m., a staff member at Mount Si High School asked a police officer to remove a person from the school, and warn them not to trespass at the school again. The person reportedly had been coming to the school to confront people randomly about bullying. Officers were on hand, but the person did not appear.

Stalled: At 11:33 a.m., an officer responded to a report of a disabled postal truck at Snoqualmie Parkway Southeast and Southeast 96th Street. The officer helped the courier remove the vehicle from the roadway.

Fall City Fire District

Tuesday, May 1

Weakness: At 3:13 a.m., firefighters responded to Southeast David Powell Road to help a woman who was feeling weak. She was treated at the scene and transported to Swedish Hospital by private ambulance.

Breathing problem: At 9:02 p.m., firefighters responded to Southeast Redmond-Fall City Road in town to help a 38-year-old woman with shortness of breath.The woman was stabilized at the scene and transported to Swedish Hospital.

Sunday, May 29

Fall: At 3:54 a.m., firefighters responded to Southeast 48th Street to help an 80-year-old woman who had fallen. She was evaluated at the scene and released to stay at home with her husband.

Head injury: At 5:13 a.m, firefighters responded to 340th Place Southeast to help a 91-year-old man with a head injury.  He was treated at the scene and taken to Swedish Hospital by private ambulance.

Saturday, April 28

Fall: At 11:16 a.m., firefighters responded to Preston to help a 92-year-old man who had fallen. He was treated at the scene and taken to a nearby hospital by a family member.

Friday, April 27

Fall: At 1:25 p.m., firefighters responded to Southeast 44th Street to help a 74-year-old man who had fallen. He was treated at the scene and transported to Swedish Hospital in Issaquah.

Thursday, April 26

Alarm: At 1:12 p.m., firefighters responded to a residential fire alarm along Preston-Fall City Road. Nothing was found upon investigation.

Choking: At 6:35 p.m., firefighters had a woman bring her 10-year-old boy who was choking to the fire station. He was treated at the station and went home with his mother.

Choking: At 11:26 p.m., firefighters responded to Southeast 62nd Way to evaluate a 16-year-old boy who had been choking. He was released to stay at home.

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