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Man gets ticket for raiding a North Bend clothes donation bin: Snoqualmie Valley police blotter

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

North Bend Sheriff’s Substation

Tuesday, Oct. 29

Abandoned vehicles: At 2:17 p.m., a caller reported a vehicle that had been abandoned two days prior on Southeast North Bend Way and Southeast Tanner Road. No plate information was available, so officers could not locate the owner. Several other abandoned vehicle calls came in during the week, including one on Oct. 28 in the 43200 block of Southeast North Bend Way that had August, 2010, tabs and a thick coating of moss, and another on Oct. 25, parked for three days in the 100 block of West North Bend Way.

Monday, Oct. 28

Assault: At 2:52 p.m., police were called to a domestic violence incident in the 43400 block of Southeast North Bend Way. The assailant reportedly hit, kicked and bit the victim.

Helping himself: At 9:15 a.m., an officer patrolling at Southeast North Bend Way and 436th Avenue Southeast saw a subject going through a box of clothing that was left outside a non-profit’s clothing recycling facility. The officer contacted the man, who tried to explain that it was appropriate for him to go through the box, and cited him.

Sunday, Oct. 27

No license: At 11:09 p.m., an officer eastbound in the 700 block of Southeast Cedar Falls Way, checked the status of the vehicle in front of him and found that the driver had a suspended license. The driver was given a ticket.

Fall City Fire District

Tuesday, Oct. 29

Hip surgery: At 5:38 a.m., firefighters responded to help a 96-year-old man recovering from hip surgery.  Due to complications, he was treated and transported to an area hospital.

Car accident: At 7:10 a.m., firefighters responded to a two-car motor vehicle accident.  Two patients were treated at the scene and one was transported to an area hospital.

Faintness: At 4:15 p.m., firefighters responded to Snoqualmie to treat a 16-year-old boy with a decreased level of consciousness.  He was stable and left with his group.

Monday, Oct. 28

Chest pain: At 6:55 a.m., firefighters responded to help a 78-year-old man experiencing chest pain. He was stabilized at the scene and transported to an area hospital by the medic unit.

Sunday, Oct. 27

Seizure: At 12:30 p.m., firefighters responded to help a 27-year-old man in seizure. He was stabilized at the scene and left in care of his parents.

Friday, Oct. 25

Fall: At 9:05 a.m., firefighters responded to help an 83-year-old man who had fallen and injured his back. He was transported to an area hospital for further treatment.

Seizure: At 12:13 p.m., firefighters responded to a help a 79-year-old woman in seizure. She was stabilized at the scene and transported to an area hospital.

Thursday, Oct. 24

Rollover: At 3 a.m., firefighters responded to a report of a rollover collision on State Route 202. They found that a woman ran over her own foot with her vehicle on the side of the road.  She was taken to Overlake Hospital in custody of the Washington State Patrol.

Fall: At 9:54 p.m., firefighters responded to help a 75-year-old man who had fallen. He was taken to Overlake Hospital in Bellevue for further treatment.

Snoqualmie Fire Dept.

Wednesday, Oct 30

Alarm: Snoqualmie firefighters were called to Rattlesnake Road for an automatic fire alarm. The engine was canceled once EF&R units were able to clear from a previous alarm.

Monday, Oct. 28

Smoke: Snoqualmie firefighters responded to reports of smoke in the area of Cedar Street in downtown Snoqualmie. Firefighters found the source coming from an illegally used

burn barrel. The owner was advised of the regulations and extinguished the fire.

Gas smell: Snoqualmie fire fighters were called to check out a gasoline smell at St. Joseph’s School. Upon arrival, they found an illegal burn next to the school that produced the smoke that was in the school. The owner was advised of the regulations and put out the fire.

Medical calls: In addition to the above calls, Snoqualmie firefighters responded to 15 medical aid calls, bringing the annual call number to 979.

 

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