Snoqualmie child’s head gets stuck in training toilet | Police blotter for May 5-11

The blotter does not represent each incident involving Snoqualmie police.

  • Tuesday, May 15, 2018 12:30pm
  • Life

Friday, May 11

Area Check: Police responded to a complaint about a neighbor on Hancock Avenue Southeast who is putting up “Slow Down” signs in the roadway and creating a hazard.

Field Interview/Theft: Officers made contact with a subject and one was detained. The subject was verified to be a suspect who had stolen from a Safeway in North Bend.

Saturday, May 5

Vehicle Prowling: An unknown suspect broke a window and took a purse from a car parked on the 37400 block of Southeast Winery Road.

Citizen Assist: A 2-year-old child got a children’s training toilet stuck around her neck. Police were able to remove the toilet with the help of Snoqualmie Fire Department tools.

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