Poop, beer: Snoqualmie weekly police reports
November 23, 2009 · 1:17 PM
The Snoqualmie Police Department responded to the following:
Sunday, Nov. 16
Damage car: At 4 p.m., a 32-year-old man came to the Snoqualmie Police Department to report that his blue 2008 Nissan Versa hatchback had been damaged at his place of work at IGA Grocery Store on Snoqualmie Ridge. Arriving at 11:30 a.m. the day before, the man returned to his car at 5:30 p.m., and discovered that his car had damage to the rear left lower quarter panel. The metal had been bent inward about two inches and was separated from the fender. The estimated damages were $1,000.
Tuesday, Nov. 10
Teens with beer: At 11:35 p.m., an officer was traveling west on Railroad Avenue. The officer noticed a red 1967 Ford pick-up truck in front of him holding four people in a vehicle fit to hold three people. The officer stopped the vehicle and noticed there were five passengers of high school age. The officer confiscated beers that were hidden behind the bench seat. All the passengers admitted they had been drinking when asked. The officer informed them that they were being detained for minor in possession of alcohol The officer asked them all for Voluntary Portable Breath Samples. The driver was put under arrest for minor in possession of alcohol and reckless endangerment. He would be investigated for DUI. All five young adults were taken to the Snoqualmie Police Department.
Saturday, Nov. 7
Vehicle prowl: At 10:10 p.m., an officer was dispatched to investigate a possible vehicle prowl. A passerby reported a broken window in a black 2004 Mazda hatchback. The officer examined the vehicle and determined the only damage was the rear driver's side passenger window. It appeared to have been shot out by a pellet or BB gun. Nothing in the vehicle was tampered. The officer left a business card inside the vehicle requesting a phone call. The damage was estimated at $100.
Stolen car, poop in a bag: At 2 p.m., an officer responded to report that red 1990 Mazda Protoge had been stolen from the victim's driveway. The victim told the officer that bags were left near her door from inside of the vehicle, including one with feces inside of it. The victim said she locked the car and the keys were inside her home. There was no broken glass or obvious signs of how the suspect got into the car. The victim did not know the license plate of the car as it was still registered to the previous owner. The car would not be entered as stolen until the previous owner contacts the police to transfer the victim's name.
Traffic violations: At 1:20 a.m., an officer on routine patrol on the Snoqualmie Parkway noticed a white 2000 Ford Taurus with expired tabs. A check also showed the driver's license was suspended in the third degree for a vehicle accident. The driver said she was unaware that the registration was expired and her license was suspended. She did not have insurance. The driver was told that a criminal citation for driving with a suspended license would be sent in the mail. She was told not to drive until she had a valid license.