Police and fire agencies in the Snoqualmie Valley responded to the following calls:
Snoqualmie Police Dept.
Tuesday, June 11
Tower trespass: At 6:30 p.m., a caller reported seeing three boys climbing an electrical tower in the 6500 block of Denny Peak Drive Southeast, and one of them was 20 feet up the tower. An officer responded and contacted three boys on the ground. They denied climbing the tower, but the officer warned them about the dangers and penalties for doing so, anyway.
Monday, June 10
Almost-last blast: At 2:39 p.m., a caller complained to police about loud, obscene music that was coming from the high school stadium’s speakers. Police contacted school security, which addressed the problem. Tuesday was the last day of school.
Friday, June 7
Old tabs, no license: At 7:49 p.m., an officer patrolling Railroad Avenue checked a car’s license and found it had expired tabs. The officer caught up with the vehicle in the 7800 block of Pickering Court Southeast. The driver said he’d borrowed the car from his girlfriend’s parents, and admitted he knew his license was suspended. He promised not to drive again.
Recovered equipment: At 2:09 p.m., police received a call about suspicious items left on the side of the road in the 8200 block of Falls Avenue. An officer responded and found two bins of dental equipment and a bag with a phone number for a local dentist. The dentist had reported a break-in and theft in February. She was contacted, and identified the equipment as some, but not all of the missing equipment from her practice.
Fall City Fire District
Wednesday, June 12
Unconscious teen: At 6:51 a.m., Fall City Fire Department and Bellevue Paramedics responded to the 4100 block of 328th Place Southeast for reports of an 18-year-old boy found unconscious. The teen was treated and taken to the hospital by the paramedics.
Tuesday, June 11
That john’s on fire!: At 9:21 a.m., Fall City Fire Department responded to the intersection of 308th Avenue Southeast and Redmond-Fall City Road for reports of two port-a-potties on fire. The fires were extinguished and King County Sheriff’s Office was called to investigate for arson.
Medical issue: At 9:52 a.m., Fall City Fire Department responded to the 33300 block of Southeast 43rd Street for an 87-year-old woman with a possible stroke. She was quickly taken to a local hospital by Fall City’s aid car.
Monday, June 10
Disoriented woman: At 3:04 p.m., Fall City Fire Department and Bellevue Paramedics responded to an 83-year-old woman who was disoriented. She was treated and taken to a local hospital by private ambulance.
Light-headed: At 5:58 p.m., Fall City Fire Department responded to the 37000 block of Southeast Fish Hatchery Road for a 70-year-old man who was feeling light- headed. He was treated and taken to a local hospital by private ambulance.
Saturday, June 8
Dog bite: At 12:08 p.m., Fall City firefighters responded to the 32600 block of Northeast 32nd Street for a 42-year-old woman who was bit by a dog. She was treated and taken to a local hospital by Fall City’s aid car.
Thursday, June 6
Heat: At 1:01 p.m., the Fall City Fire crew and Bellevue Paramedics responded to the 8600 block of 307th Avenue Southeast for a 93-year-old woman with a heat related illness. She was taken to a local hospital by Fall City’s aid car.
Wednesday, June 5
Pain: At 10:59 p.m., the Fall City Fire crew and Bellevue Paramedics responded to the 36200 block of Southeast 25th Street for a 63-year-old man with chest pain. The man was evaluated and taken to a local hospital by private ambulance.
Snoqualmie Fire Dept.
Tuesday, June 4
River help: Snoqualmie firefighters and Snoqualmie Police responded to a woman needing help in the river by the dog park downtown. A bystander also helped the woman out of the water. She was not hurt.
Saturday, June 1
Structure, truck fire: Snoqualmie firefighters responded with Eastside Units to a house fire at the 37900 block of 82nd Avenue. Crew arrived to find fire blowing out the side of the house as well as a truck that was parked in the driveway. Firefighters extinguished the fire and no injuries were reported. The cause is still under investigation.
Medical calls: In addition to the above calls, Snoqualmie firefighters responded to 15 medical aid calls, bringing the annual call number to 478.