Thrifty thief, fish finder, car prowl: Snoqualmie Valley police, fire blotter

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

North Bend Substation

Thursday, July 11

Lost fish finder: At 9:40 a.m., a caller in the 43600 block of Southeast 147th Lane reported a theft from a boat on a trailer parked next to his garage. Someone had taken a fish-finder/GPS unit from the boat, as well as a space heater, but the space heater was found at the end of a driveway.

Tuesday, July 9

Car prowl: At 11:25 a.m., a caller in the 1000 block of Hemlock Avenue Southwest reported the theft of a toolbox and speakers from his vehicle. The thief entered by pushing the vehicle’s back sliding window open with his hands.

Warrant subject: At 10:30 a.m., a caller reported seeing people smoking marijuana in a bus shelter in the 300 block of Main Avenue South. An officer responded and arrested one subject who had outstanding warrants for domestic violence and weapons.

Monday, July 8

Thrifty thief: At 3:07 p.m., a caller in the 400 block of Main Avenue South reported the theft of several items of clothing from the Mount Si Senior Center thrift store. An employee at the reception desk reported missing a wallet at the same time. Officers located the vehicle associated with the suspect, and impounded it for search.

Snoqualmie Fire Dept.

Tuesday, July 9

Alarms: Firefighters were dispatched to the Northwest Railway Museum for two fire alarms from a malfunctioning smoke detector.

Alarm: Snoqualmie firefighters responded to the TPC at Snoqualmie Ridge for an automatic fire alarm. After investigation, they determined it was a false alarm set off by the kitchen grill.

Monday, July 8

Alarm: Firefighters responded to the Village at Snoqualmie commercial buildings for an automatic fire alarm. After investigation, they determined it was a false alarm.

Smoke: Firefighters were dispatched to the Northwest Railway Museum for a malfunctioning smoke detector.

Sunday, July 7

false Alarm: Firefighters were dispatched to the Salish Lodge for an automatic fire alarm. After investigation, they determined it was a false alarm, and reset the  system.

Saturday, July 6

Alarms: Firefighters responded to two automatic alarms in an hour at Key Bank. The problem was traced to a smoke detector.

Thursday, July 4

Tree on fire: Firefighters responded to a tree on fire in a back yard. The fire was started by fireworks. Firefighters extinguished the difficult-to-reach flames with a fire hose.

Brush fire: Firefighters responded to a grass and brush fire at Fisher Ave. Crews arrived to find the fire had been put out by vigilant home owners.

Monday, July 1

Grass fire: Snoqualmie firefighters extinguished a small grass fire near Mount Si High School. The fire was possibly started by fireworks. No property damage occurred.

Medical calls: In addition to the above calls, Snoqualmie firefighters responded to 34 medical aid, calls bringing the annual call number to 609.

North Bend Station 87 (EFR)

Thursday, July 11

Illegal burn: At 10:54 p.m., EFR responded to the 44500 block of Southeast 145th Street for an unauthorized burn. Two engines responded.

Medical calls: During the week, EFR responded to one alarm malfunction, seven medical assists, one oil spill and one public service call.

Tuesday, July 9

Brush fire: At 1:44 p.m., EFR responded to the 37000 block of westbound I-90 at milepost 28 for a grass fire. Five engines responded.

Monday, July 8

Vehicle fire: At  1:06 p.m.,  EFR responded to a passenger vehicle fire at the 36500 block of Westbound Interstate 90. One engine responded.

Unauthorized burn: At 5:13 p.m., EFR went to an unauthorized burn at the 54200 block of Southeast 140th Street. One engine responded.

Sunday, July 7

Fire: At 5:25 p.m., EFR responded to a fire at the 10200 block of 420th Avenue. Five engines responded.


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