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Man tries every door at North Bend motel; Promptly gets booted | Snoqualmie Valley police blotter

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

King County Sheriff

Tuesday, Nov. 12

Fraud: At 5:21 p.m., a caller in the 43000 block of Southeast North Bend Way reported his bank card was missing, and money was gone from his savings account.

Sunday, Nov. 10

Generator stolen: At 11:34 a.m., citizens in the 700 block of Southeast 10th Street reported online that someone had stolen a generator from their home. The red, wheeled generator had been on the porch of the home, behind a post, the previous evening, but was gone in the morning.

Saturday, Nov. 9

Wrong rooms: At 9:15 a.m., staff members of a motel in the 14600 block of 468th Avenue Southeast called police to remove a guest from the premises. The guest had been seen on video camera, trying the keycard to his room, #131, in every room door on the first floor. Police contacted the man in his room and told him to leave, and not come back.

Slasher: At 9:10 a.m., a caller in the 400 block of Orchard Avenue Northeast reported that someone had slashed three tires on vehicles parked outside his home. Two tires on his company car and one on his personal car were slashed. Nearby, someone had slashed two tires on a vehicle parked in the 300 block of Northeast Fourth Street, at about 20 minutes past midnight.

Carnation Police Dept.

Thursday, Nov. 14

Pedestrian accident: At 5:18 p.m., police were called to Tolt Avenue and East Morrison Street, for a car-pedestrian accident. A pedestrian had been crossing Tolt in the marked crosswalk, and an oncoming vehicle failed to yield in time, and struck the person. The victim was taken to a local hospital with minor injuries.

Wednesday, Nov. 13

911 hang-up: At 11:17 a.m., police investigated a 911 call that had been abruptly hung up, in the 4100 block of Regal Street. They found an injured woman in her garage. She claimed she might have been assaulted, but after further investigation, police determined that assault was unlikely.

Sunday, Nov. 10

Suspicious cleaner: At 9:57 a.m., a caller in the 3700 block of Tolt Avenue reported seeing someone cleaning up the city’s skate park. The caller thought it was suspicious and notified police.

Snoqualmie Fire Dept.

Tuesday, Nov. 12

Alarm: Snoqualmie firefighters were dispatched to the Snoqualmie Ridge area for a residential automatic fire alarm. It was a false alarm set off by a worker on scene.

Monday, Nov. 11

Downed tree: Snoqualmie firefighters assisted the King County Sheriff’s Office with a tree down in the roadway on Southeast North Bend Way. The tree produced significant debris, which covered the entire eastbound lane.

Friday, Nov. 8

Alarm: Snoqualmie units responded to Technical Glass for an automatic fire alarm. A technician working forgot to take the alarm off line.

Thursday, Nov. 7

Alarm: Snoqualmie firefighters responded to an automatic fire alarm at the Snoqualmie Valley School Districts’ Freshman Campus. A beam smoke detector was tripped in the gym. The area was investigated and no smoke or fire was found. They advised the principal to have the system checked by a technician.

Wednesday, Nov. 6

Burn pile: Snoqualmie firefighters responded to the 8600 block of 384th for an unauthorized burn pile. They extinguished the fire due to the proximity to a nearby shed and very windy conditions.

Odd smell: Snoqualmie firefighters responded to Curtis Drive for a report of an unusual smell in a residence. Upon investigation, it was determined that the laundry dryer was the cause of the smell.

Medical calls: In addition to the above calls, Snoqualmie firefighters responded to 19 medical aid calls, bringing their annual call number to 1,029.

 

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