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Fake tabs, egg throwers: Snoqualmie Valley police, fire weekly responses

Snoqualmie Police Reports

Tuesday, Nov. 3

Speeding car: At 4 a.m., a Snoqualmie officer pulled over a tan 1992 Honda speeding at 47 MPH in a posted 30 MPH speed zone along Snoqualmie Parkway and S.E. 96th St. The 22-year-old man at the wheel said he did not have a driver’s license; it had been hole punched due to a DUI. His driver’s status was checked and showed he was suspended in the second degree. The man was arrested and booked into Issaquah jail.

Saturday, Oct. 31

Drunk driving: At 3 p.m., a Snoqualmie officer pulled over a 37-year-old woman driving a beige 2004 Ford Focus with plates that showed a suspended license. The officer smelled alcohol coming from the vehicle. The driver admitted she had two drinks and was then asked to perform voluntary field sobriety tests and give a breath sample. She blew a 0.09 on the test and was arrested for driving with a suspended license.

Egg throw: At 8 p.m., Snoqualmie officers responded to a report of a large group of youths throwing eggs. The officers contacted a group of juveniles, but didn’t find any eggs.

Friday, Oct. 30

Fake tabs: At 3:09 a.m., a Snoquamlie officer stopped a beige 1997 Toyota sedan that had 2010 tabs but an expired registration. The 31-year-old driver presented a Washington state ID card and expired vehicle registration, but had no proof of insurance. The driver said his mother does the registration of the vehicle and had no idea it was expired or how the 2010 tabs had gotten there. The 2010 tabs were registered to a 2008 Ford Ranger owned by Evergreen Power systems in Seattle. The driver also admitted he had a suspended license for several unpaid tickets and normally does not drive. He was told he’d receive a criminal citation in the mail and was advised not to drive until he had a valid license and proof of insurance.

Snoqualmie Fire Dept.

Sunday, Nov. 1

Diabetes: At 8:27 p.m., Snoqualmie emergency medical technicians (EMTs) responded to Silent Creek Avenue for a 39-year-old man having a diabetic problem. He was evaluated and left at the scene in care of family with follow-up directions.

Saturday, Oct. 31

Medical call: At 2:25 a.m., Snoqualmie EMTs responded to the Snoqualmie Casino for a medical call. One patient was treated and then transported to Snoqualmie Valley Hospital.

King County Sheriff’s Office

Monday, Oct. 26

Casino vandalism: (Time unavailable) An officer responded to Snoqulamie Casino for vandalism. A Cantonese-speaking woman was detained in a holding cell after she was caught on video hitting slot machines five times with her fist, causing more than $1,000 in damages. The officer obtained several photos of the damage for evidence and had two customer witnesses who were next to the woman as she struck the machines. No rights and questions were stated or asked due to the language barrier.

Saturday, Oct. 31

Unicycle theft: At 3:45 p.m., an officer met with a woman complaining of vandalism and thefts from her car. Her son had parked their Toyota Corolla along the south edge of the North Bend QFC parking lot, where he worked. That afternoon, someone forced their way inside the car, breaking the right rear window and stealing both a unicycle and her wallet. The officer was unable to dust vehicle for any prints due to recent heavy rainfall.

Monday, Nov. 2

Break-in: Between 8:30 and 8:45 p.m., an officer responded to a victim who parked his truck outside of his mobile home for 15 minutes without locking it. He came back out and discovered someone had stolen items from the back seat. Two prints were lifted from exterior left and right door lever areas and were turn in at the North Bend station for evidence.

Ransacked car: At 11:26 a.m., an officer responded to a clerk for Maurice’s clothing store at the outlet mall. The clerk had parked her vehicle in the parking lot Saturday night and went to a friend’s Halloween party. On Monday morning, she went back to her vehicle and found it had been ransacked. The driver informed the officer that the driver’s door lock was broken and was unable to lock. Prints were lifted from the exterior of the driver’s door lever and turned in at the North Bend station for evidence.

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