Armed, corroded grenade found at Sandy Cove Park | Police blotter

The Snoqualmie Valley police blotter for Aug. 19 through 23.

  • Tuesday, September 4, 2018 11:50am
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Thursday, Aug. 23

Suspicious Circumstances: Police investigated a subject who was sleeping behind a location near dumpsters on the 400 bock of Southwest Mt. Si Boulevard in North Bend. The subject was confirmed to have a warrant and was arrested.

Wednesday, Aug. 22

Citizen Assist: A subject driving a 2018 Audi A4 drove away from a gas station on the 8200 block of Railroad Avenue Southeast in Snoqualmie with the handle of a gas pump still in the vehicle. Police contacted the subject who stated that he would turn in his insurance information.

Monday, Aug. 20

Suspicious Circumstances: A reporting party found a corroded grenade on the sandbar 10 feet from a tree at Sandy Cove Park. An FBI bomb squad agent arrived on the scene before a Washington State Patrol bomb squad trooper retrieved the grenade and transported it to the Washington State Fire Academy for disposal. The FBI agent followed up with dispatch to advise that the grenade was still armed at the point of disposal.

Sunday, Aug. 19

Multiple subjects were located near by a river near the intersection of Southeast Tanner Road and Southeast 136th St. in North Bend. The subject were tending to a bonfire and were informed about the burn ban before subsequently extinguishing the fire.

Suspicious Circumstances: A subject was contacted while fishing at the retention pond between Douglas and Fairway in Snoqualmie. The subject was advised to receive permission from the golf course for future fishing excursions.

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