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Snoqualmie Police Responses

Snoqualmie Police Department

Friday, Oct. 2

Theft: At 10:30 a.m., an individual reported that they were a victim of identity theft. They were contacted by a person identifying themselves as a Capitol One employee and stated that the victim accrued $759.02 on an account. The victim did not obtain a name or contact of the caller. The victim was directed to complete a city Identity Theft Packet.

Sunday, Oct. 4

DUI: At noon., a Snoqualmie police officer noticed the rear of a 2003 Mazda parked two feet into the west bound lane of travel. Inside he found an intoxicated woman who admitted she was too drunk to drive. The woman said she did not know where she was and had a fight with a boyfriend who walked away. She was asked and agreed to take Voluntary Field Sobriety Tests. She was arrested for a DUI and the vehicle was impounded.

Monday, Oct. 5

Suspended driver: At 7 a.m., a Snoqualmie police officer was monitoring traffic in the Snoqualmie Middle School, school zone when a silver Honda, driving at 40 mph ran through yellow warning lights signaling the school zone speed of 20 mph to be in effect. The driver was arrested with a suspended license.

Marijuana found: At 4:28 p.m., a Snoqualmie police officer arrested a 29-year-old male, who’s driving status was suspended third degree. A sandwich bag containing trace amounts of marijuana was found in the vehicle.

Tuesday, Oct. 6

Loud ‘hi’: Between 4:26 p.m. and 5:10 p.m., a Snoqualmie police officer responded to a report of individuals startling drivers by yelling “Hello” to vehicles.

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