An early egging; Where's the keg? Car towed, not stolen: Snoqualmie Valley police, fire blotter

Police and fire agencies in the Snoqualmie Valley responded to the following calls:

North Bend Sheriff's Substation

Thursday, Nov. 1

Burnt car: At 8:12 p.m., deputies received a report of arson in the 14600 block of 468th Avenue Southeast. They found the remains of a stolen vehicle, believed to be set on fire with a propane torch.

Tuesday, Oct. 30

Check fraud: At 12:41 p.m., a bank in the 100 block of Bendigo Boulevard North called to report a fraud in progress. The suspect was attempting to cash a $200.00 check, made out to himself, with checks reported stolen by another bank customer.

Monday, Oct. 29

Double bike theft: At 8 a.m., a deputy took a stolen bicycle report from a caller in the 600 block of Northeast Third Street. Someone had taken the bike, which was leaning against the building, and used wire cutters to sever the ignition line on a quad nearby. The caller had also reported another bicycle stolen the day before. The officer recovered the second stolen bicycle.

Friday, Oct. 26

Early egging: At 1:21 p.m., police received a vandalism report from the 200 block of Bendigo Boulevard South. Some time during the previous night, someone had thrown eggs at a car parked on the street there.

Snoqualmie Police Department

Tuesday, Oct. 30

Not stolen, towed: At 9:36 a.m., a caller in the 7800 block of Pickering Court Southeast called to report that his vehicle had been stolen overnight. Police advised him that the vehicle had actually been towed away the previous day for parking violations.

Monday, Oct. 29

Credit card fraud: At 9:45 a.m., a caller in the 34900 block of Southeast Kinsey Street reported that someone had used his credit card to make an online purchase with delivery to a Chicago address. Police provided the caller with a case number, and advised him to call the Chicago Police Department and give them the delivery address.

Sunday, Oct. 28

Ditched: At 11:53 p.m., police received a report of a vehicle in the ditch off Mill Pond Road, near Meadowbrook Way. The vehicle was found unoccupied, and facing the wrong direction, with the front end in the ditch, and a back tire in the air, partially in the road. Officers called a two truck for the vehicle, and searched for the driver, who was believed to be on foot. Sheriff's deputies went to the North Bend home of the vehicle's registered owner and heard from his wife that he'd been expected home at 9 p.m. She later called police to report that her husband had made it safely to a friend's home.

Customer lock-in: At 6:11 a.m., police were called to a business in the 7700 block of Center Boulevard Southeast, for a report of a disturbance. Store employees reported that a man had been angrily yelling in the store and scaring customers, so they told him to leave, and then locked the doors, for the protection of the other customers inside. The officer contacted the man in the parking lot. He admitted to yelling in the store and was agitated about trying to get to Idaho, where he had family. He was from South Carolina, and admitted that he had mental issues. He also hadn't showered or slept in several days. The officer drove the man to the truck stop and provided him some emergency cash for food.

Carnation Police Department

Saturday, Nov. 3

Leftovers: At 6:59 p.m., a citizen contacted police in the 31700 block of West Commercial Street to turn in a pistol and ammunition. He said he'd rented a garage out as storage, and when the last tenant removed his things, he left these items behind.

Thursday, Nov. 1

Keg violation: At 5:33 p.m., police were called to a theft and report of vandalism with a stolen keg, in the 4500 block of Tolt Avenue. The victim described the suspect, who was a known subject to the police. The officer found the suspect, confirmed his identity with the theft victim and took him into custody. The suspect confessed to the crimes.

Wednesday, Oct. 31

Nasty trick: At 8:53 p.m., police received a report of a vehicle driving in the area of the 31900 block of East Eugene Street, while someone inside shot a B.B. gun at trick-or treaters. Police searched the area, but did not locate the vehicle. No injuries from the stunt were reported.

Snoqualmie Fire Calls

Wednesday, Oct. 31

Alarm: Snoqualmie firefighters responded to an alarm at Technical Glass on Snoqualmie Ridge.  Firefighters found contractor doing construction that set off the alarm.

Alarm: Firefighters responded to an automatic alarm at a residence on the Ridge.  Found smoke detector tripped by theatrical smoke being produced for Halloween.

Light-headed: Snoqualmie emergency medical technicians (EMTs) responded to the Snoqualmie Casino to assist a person experiencing light headedness and fainting.

Monday, Oct. 29

Alarm: Firefighters responded to an automatic fire alarm (AFA) at the Nexus building on Snoqualmie Ridge. They determined that burnt popcorn set off the alarm.

Sunday, Oct. 28

Headache: EMTs responded to the Snoqualmie Casino to assist a person experiencing a headache.

Stroke symptoms: EMTs responded to the Snoqualmie Casino to assist a person experiencing stroke symptoms.

Dizzy: EMTs responded to the Snoqualmie Casino to assist a person experiencing dizziness.

Saturday, Oct. 27

Pain: Snoqualmie EMTs responded to a person complaining of abdominal pain.

Stroke: EMTs responded to the Snoqualmie Casino to assist a person experiencing stroke symptoms.

Illness: EMTs responded to the Snoqualmie Casino to assist a person not feeling well.

Sports injury: EMTs responded to Mount Si High School to assist a student with a sports injury.

Friday, Oct. 26

Injury: EMTs responded to a person that fell and injured their hip.

Car accident: EMTs assisted Eastside Fire and Rescue with injuries from a motor vehicle accident.

Thursday, Oct. 25

Pain: Snoqualmie EMTs responded to a person complaining of abdominal pain.

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