On the scanner

Meat cleaver death threat: At 9:10 p.m., deputies responded when a landlord threatened to kill a tenant with a meat cleaver in the home they share on 442nd Avenue Southeast. It happened after a disagreement over starting a fire in their fireplace.

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King County Sheriff’s Office

Wednesday, April 30

Meat cleaver death threat: At 9:10 p.m., deputies responded when a landlord threatened to kill a tenant with a meat cleaver in the home they share on 442nd Avenue Southeast. It happened after a disagreement over starting a fire in their fireplace.

Court order violation: At 10 p.m., deputies responded when a man violated a court order by contacting a protected person at a home on North Bend Way.

Monday, April 28

Reckless driving: At 9 a.m., the driver of a blue Chevy Nova sped through a residential area near Southeast North Bend Way and Stone Quarry Road, almost hitting a resident pulling out from a driveway, and blazing past a small child waiting for the bus.

Snoqualmie Police Department

Sunday, April 20

Suspended license: At 8:25 p.m., an officer’s random check of a Honda’s license plates revealed that the registration was expired. When the officer stopped the driver on Southeast Snoqualmie Parkway at Railroad Avenue Southeast, she said she’d recently purchased the vehicle and had not registered it or transferred the title. She was also driving with a license that had been suspended for unpaid tickets, but claimed she didn’t know it was suspended. She was arrested, fingerprinted and photographed at Snoqualmie Police Department, and released on her own recognizance.

Loose dogs: At 8:59 a.m., a caller on Stellar Way Southeast reported dog owners allowing their dogs to run loose in a nearby park and not cleaning up behind them.

Saturday, April 19

Snowy car accident: At 9:10 p.m., two people were injured when the driver of a 2002 Volvo lost control on snow-covered Snoqualmie Parkway, going off the right shoulder of the roadway and peeling back about 30 feet of the metal guardrail. The car’s airbags had deployed, and the male driver, 62, complained of a sore side and neck. His female passenger, 54, also said her neck hurt. The pair were treated by a Snoqualmie Fire Department crew and transported to the hospital.

Friday, April 18

DUI: At 12:59 a.m., an officer pulled over a van with lumber sticking five feet out of its open rear doors. The driver had drifted into the opposing lane on Meadowbrook Way near Railroad Avenue, and stopped at Ethan Wade Way, completely blocking the driveway of Snoqualmie Valley Hospital. The driver was argumentative and confused when the officer asked for his proof of insurance and registration. The officer smelled alcohol in the van, and the driver’s movements and speech were slow, and his eyes bloodshot and watery. After failing sobriety tests, he told the officer, “You shouldn’t be doing this because I am a resident and I am only five minutes from home. I’m fine to drive home to Preston.” When the man’s license accidentally fell on the ground, he got angry. After the officer arrested him, the man admitted to smoking marijuana and drinking four beers. Still, he told the officer, “You know, I’m going to beat this,” and “I make more money than you, you know I do, and I’ll get you for this.”


Tuesday, April 29

Unconscious person: At 8:36 a.m., firefighters were called to Mount Si High School for a boy who passed out. He was treated on scene and released to family care.

Car accident: At 4:08 p.m., firefighters responded with Fall City fire crews to a motor vehicle accident on State Route 202. Three patients were treated and taken to the hospital.

Airlift: At 6:49 p.m., firefighters responded to Snoqualmie Valley Hospital to set up a landing zone for Airlift Northwest.

Saturday, April 26

Skate board accident: At 3 p.m., Snoqualmie emergency medical technicians (EMTs) treated a 17-year-old girl who was brought to the station after a skate board accident. Her injuries were bandaged, and she left with her father.

Motorcycle accident: At 3:15 p.m., EMTs responded with Fall City units to 396th Avenue Southeast for a motorcycle accident. The driver had failed to negotiate a curve, and laid his bike down in the gravel. He had minor injuries and was transported to Snoqualmie Valley Hospital by Snoqualmie’s aid car.

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