Police and fire agencies in the Snoqualmie Valley responded to the following calls:
Snoqualmie-North Bend Police
Sunday, Oct. 23
Welfare check: At 8:36 p.m., a caller reported an apparently intoxicated man wandering into traffic in the 500 block of S.W. Mount Si Boulevard, North Bend. He was reportedly carrying a bottle. An officer contacted the man, who was uncooperative. The officer placed the man in a patrol car, where he proceeded to cover the back window of the vehicle with spit. He was taken to King County Jail and charged with malicious mischief, and the patrol car was disinfected.
Monday, Oct. 24
Traffic stop: At 12:47 p.m., police stopped a vehicle on the 400 block of S.W. Mount Si Boulevard, North Bend, with two felony warrant suspects inside. The two suspects were booked into King County Jail. The driver was arrested for trip permit violation and possession of drug paraphernalia and booked into Issaquah Jail.
Tuesday, Oct. 25
Malicious mischief: At 5:32 p.m., a cut fuel line and siphoned gas on the 300 block of W. North Bend Way, North Bend, was reported to police.
Suspicious: At 10:24 p.m., Police were called to S.E. Cedar Falls Way, North Bend, after reports of two suspicious people holding flashlights in a parking lot. When police arrived they discovered two subjects playing frisbee.
Thursday, Oct. 27
Disturbance: At 9:51 a.m., A woman causing a disturbance on the 30000 block of S.E. Newton Street, Snoqualmie, was reported to police. Officers arrived and told the subject to move along.
Snoqualmie Fire Dept.
Friday, Oct. 28
Burnt toast: At 10:52 a.m., Snoqualmie firefighters were dispatched to an automatic fire alarm at Cascade View Elementary School. When they arrived, the alarm was sounding and the building had been evacuated. They determined the alarm was triggered when someone burnt some toast in the staff break room.
Sunday, Oct. 30
False alarm: At 5:53 p.m., firefighters responded to Echo Glen Children’s Center for a reported automatic fire alarm in the school building. They spoke with staff, who said the alarm had been reset and the crew didn’t need to go inside.
Medical aid: In addition to the above calls, Snoqualmie EMTs responded to two medical aid incidents, bringing the total number of calls to date to 941.