Blotter: Wind-blown trampoline dings neighbor’s car; disorderly subject removed from shopping center

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Police in the Snoqualmie Valley responded to the following calls:

Snoqualmie-North Bend Police Department

Friday, Feb. 16

Noise: At 9:10 p.m., police received complaints of loud music coming from a group of vehicles parked on Ogle Avenue NE, Snoqualmie. A neighbor told an officer that was not a normal occurrence. The officer investigated and warned those arriving at what turned out to be a juvenile party, to keep it quiet, without drugs or alcohol.

Saturday, Feb. 17

Wind: At 1:40 p.m., a caller on Raven Avenue SE, Snoqualmie, reported that a neighbor’s trampoline had been blown across the road by the wind, and hit the caller’s vehicle. An officer responded and estimated the vehicle damage at $400.

Monday, Feb. 19

Fender bender: At 11:43 p.m., police were called to assist with a non-injury accident at the 46600 block of SE North Bend Way, North Bend. A semi-tractor-trailer had backed into another tractor-trailer while parking, causing minor damage.

Wednesday, Feb. 21

Suspicious: At 12:22 p.m., a caller on Silva Avenue SE, Snoqualmie, reported a suspicious person had come to her front door. Police provided the caller with a direct number to call if the person returned.

Suspicious: At 2:35 p.m., an employee of a business in the 7900 block of Railroad Avenue SE, reported suspicious activity from a man waiting at a bus stop nearby. The man seemed agitated and was walking back and forth. Police spoke with the man and determined that he didn’t meet the criteria to be further detained.

Thursday, Feb. 22

Assist: At 12:16 a.m., a citizen came to the Snoqualmie Police Department to ask for help in getting home. The subject was brand-new to the community and had no vehicle. An officer gave the newcomer a courtesy transport.

Traffic stop: At 4:45 p.m., an officer stopped a vehicle at Boalch Avenue NW and NW 14th Street, North Bend, for a traffic infraction. The subject was cited for failure to transfer the title of his vehicle after it was sold, and arrested on a warrant from Ephrata.

Friday, Feb. 23

Mischief: At 9:32 a.m., a caller on Bendigo Boulevard N, North Bend, called police to report that one of the back doors at his business was unlocked and appeared to have been tampered with. Police investigated and found there had been no forced entry. It was unclear that anything had been stolen.

Broken window: At 11:54 a.m., a caller in the SE 144th Street, North Bend, reported that someone had smashed the window of his parked vehicle. Police investigated but it appeared that nothing had been stolen.

Disorderly conduct: At an unreported time, police were called to remove a disruptive man, apparently a transient, who was making noises at store customers and grabbing himself, in a shopping complex in the 400 block of SW Mount Si Boulevard, North Bend. Police contacted the man, who admitted to making the noises. He was removed from the store and warned to not return for a year.

Theft: At 6 p.m., a shopper reported a theft in the 34800 block of SE Douglas Street, Snoqualmie. A store employee had chased a suspected shoplifter, who ran away but was captured by police. The store manager wanted the subject banned for a year. He was booked into the Issaquah Jail.

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