Impaired driver narrowly misses pedestrians | Police Blotter

Police blotter for July 29 - Aug. 1.

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July 29

Two-car collision: At 6:54 a.m. at East Park Street and Healy Avenue in North Bend, officers responded to a two-car injury collision. Both aid and tow trucks were called. The driver who allegedly caused the accident was issued a citation for failure to yield.

Missing plate: At 11:57 a.m. at Southeast North Bend Way, a car was missing the front license plate. The driver had an outstanding warrant for driving on a suspended license in the amount of $5,100. The man was arrested and booked into South Correctional Entity jail.

Pedestrians narrowly missed: At 8:45 p.m. at West McClellan Street, a driver narrowly missed hitting several pedestrians. The male driver smelled of intoxicants and appeared impaired. His blood alcohol concentration results were over the legal limit. He was arrested.

July 30

Underage vaping: At 12:03 a.m. in the 8200 block of Railroad Avenue, a male approached an officer and said a store clerk at a business was calling 911 to report that an underage subject was trying to buy a vaping device. The officer approached the store and spoke to the owner. The owner had no idea what the officer was talking about. As the officer was returning to his car, he saw the man who approached him. The man sped off in a car, but the officer was able to stop the vehicle traveling nearly 10 miles over the legal limit. The officer found the subject did not have a required interlock device.

July 31

Peeking inside: At 9:33 a.m. on Falls Avenue, there was a suspicious man looking inside of cars at a business. The male subject was trespassed from the business.

Deer struck: At 11:18 a.m. at Snoqualmie Parkway and Douglas Avenue Southeast, a deer was hit by a car. An officer arrived and dispatched the deer.

Mall theft: At 4:30 p.m. at the North Bend Outlet Mall, a female allegedly stole several purses which totaled about $800 in value. There is video footage and a car description. The investigation continues.

Aug. 1

Hit and run: At 10:41 a.m. in the 700 block of Northeast 2nd Street, there was a hit-and-run collision. Officers arrived at the location and spoke with the driver of the victim car. They provided a description of the driver that left the scene. Officers located the suspect car and took the driver back to the scene.

Erratic driving: At 11:22 a.m. at Southeast Kimball Creek Drive and 384th Avenue Southeast, a car was erratically driving. When officers stopped and approached the car, they observed several wallets, bank cards and bank documents that did not belong to the driver. The suspect was detained.

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