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Not drunk, back-up at the bank, check fraud: Snoqualmie Valley police, fire blotter

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

Snoqualmie Police Dept.

Wednesday, March 6

Not drunk, young: At 12:37 p.m., an officer investigated a report of two intoxicated girls at Mount Si High School. Both girls were given breath tests, with negative results.

Monday, March 4

Daughter’s car: At 9:31 p.m., an officer was securing the gates at Snoqualmie Point Park when a vehicle left the park. A records check showed the owner’s license was suspended so the officer stopped the vehicle. The driver said it was her daughter’s car, but her license identified her as the owner. She was cited.

Saturday, March 2

Lost: At 3:45 p.m., an officer saw a vehicle speeding at 53 mph northbound on Snoqualmie Parkway and pulled it over. The driver said she’d been looking for Mt. Rainier and hadn’t seen the posted 40-mph speed limit signs.

North Bend Substation

Thursday, March 7

Middle of the road: At 1:05 a.m., an officer in the 1300 block of East North Bend Way saw a vehicle stopped in the road and investigated. The driver was passed out in the driver’s seat, and was arrested for being in control of a vehicle while under the influence.

Tuesday, March 5

Back-Thru: At 5:50 p.m., an officer watched a driver back a vehicle into a bank’s drive-through lane in the 700 block of Southwest Mt. Si Boulevard, so the passenger could use the ATM. The officer contacted the driver, who had a suspended license and a warrant, and arrested him.

Saturday, March 2

Fraud: At 8 a.m., a caller in the 45000 block of Southeast North Bend Way called police to report fraud. The victim said a woman convinced him she wanted to buy a motor home, and asked to “park” her money in his account. He deposited  (forged) checks, and withdrew cash for her. Then she obtained his PIN and began withdrawing cash herself.

Friday, March 1

Bag snatched: At 3:10 p.m., a citizen filed a report of larceny that occurred while she was shopping in the 400 block of South Fork Avenue. She said she’d put her purse and jacket in a larger bag, to try on a vest. While she was trying it on, another woman distracted her from her bag. When she returned in a few minutes, it was gone.

Fall City Fire District

Wednesday, March 6

Breathing problem: At 5:40 a.m., Fall City firefighters/EMTs responded to the 4300 block of 338th Place Southeast for a 94-year-old woman in respiratory distress. She was treated and transported to a hospital.

Trapped in crashed car: At 3:41 p.m., Fall City firefighters/EMTs responded to mile post 47 on interstate 90 for a single-vehicle accident with three patients. Two patients were trapped and needed extrication.

Monday, March 4

Pain: At 10:22 p.m., Fall City firefighters/EMTs treated a 39-year old woman who came to the station complaining of pain. She was transported to the hospital.

Saturday, March 2

Power pole hit: At 6:37 p.m., Fall City firefighters/EMTs responded to the 4600 block of Preston-Fall City Road Southeast for a motor vehicle accident involving a power pole. One patient was able to get out of the vehicle and was treated and transported to a local hospital.

Snoqualmie Fire Dept.

Wednesday, March 6

Smoke smell: Firefighters responded to a report of the  smell of smoke in a house in the Snoqualmie Ridge area. Upon arrival, the smell had dissipated. Firefighters advised the homeowner to have the furnace professionally checked.

Tuesday, March 5

Alarm: Fall City firefighters responded to the Northwest Railroad Museum on Stone Quarry Road for an automatic fire alarm. After investigation, they determined it was a false alarm and reset the system. The same thing happened Monday, due to a faulty detector.

Monday, March 4

Medical calls: Firefighters responded to 18 medical aid calls, bringing the annual call number to 185.

Fall City Fire District

Wednesday, March 6

Breathing problem: At 5:40 a.m., Fall City firefighter/EMTs responded to the 4300 block of 338th Place Southeast for a 94-year-old woman in respiratory distress. She was treated and transported to a local hospital.

Trapped in a crashed car: At 3:41 p.m., Fall City firefighter/EMTs responded to mile post 47 on interstate 90 for a single vehicle accident with three patients. Two patients were trapped upon arrival and needed extrication. All patients were treated and taken to local hospitals.

Monday, March 4

Pain: At 10:22 p.m., Fall City firefighter/EMTs treated a 39-year old woman who came to the station complaining of pain. She was treated and transported to the hospital by the Fall City aid car.

Saturday, March 2

Power pole hit: At 6:37 p.m., Fall City firefighter/EMTs responded to the 4600 block of Preston-Fall City Road Southeast for a motor vehicle accident involving a power pole. One patient was able to get out of the vehicle and was treated and transported to a local hospital by paramedics.

Snoqualmie Fire Department

Wednesday, March 6

Smoke smell: Firefighters responded to a report of a smell of smoke in a house in the Snoqualmie Ridge area. Upon arrival, the smell had dissipated and was unable to be located. The firefighters advised the home owner to have their furnace professionally checked.

Tuesday, March 5

Alarm: Fall City firefighters responded to the Northwest Railroad Museum on Stone Quarry Road for an automatic fire alarm. After investigation, it was determined that it was a false alarm and the system was reset.

Monday, March 4

Alarm: Snoqualmie firefighters responded to the Northwest Railway Museum on Stone Quarry Road for an automatic fire alarm. Building was unoccupied but alarm was sounding. A faulty detector was found, and the alarm was reset.

Medical calls: Firefighters responded to 18 medical aid calls, bringing the annual call number to 185.

 

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