Police assist handcuffed child | Police blotter

The Snoqualmie Valley Police Blotter for July 23 through 27.

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Monday, July 27

Citizen Assist: A reporting party’s 12-year-old needed assistance after being handcuffed by a neighbor’s child after playing.

Sunday, July 26

Theft: A suspect who has stolen from Safeway in the past returned and stole a cart full of $800 worth of liquor from the Safeway on the 400 block of SW Mt. Si Boulevard. The suspect fled to a nearby McDonalds where his mother was waiting in a getaway vehicle. Both suspects where identified on scene by officers and may have felony theft charges.

Suspicious Circumstances: Witnesses reported seeing a male carrying a rifle under his arm across the street from an apartment building on the 400 block of SE Orchard Drive. The subject was met by a woman and it was discovered that the suspected rifle was simply a pellet gun.

Friday, July 24

Area Check: Police located two unoccupied vehicles on the 37400 block of SE Winery Road at Snoqualmie Point Park. They discovered that it was just sky watchers hoping to see the Northern Lights.

Thursday, July 23

Suspicious Circumstances: A male subject was attempting to break back into a house and was reportedly throwing a hammer. When officers arrived, he did not have a hammer, was drinking a beer and outside of the unit with another male who had cuts on his arms. The subject was booked o king county jail for assault and malicious mischief.

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