Suspect arrested for kidnapping after welfare check | Police blotter for April 23 to 28

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Saturday, April 21

Suspicious Circumstances: Someone came to the reporting party’s door on Satterlee Ave. Southeast and tried to open it. A ring doorbell camera caught video of the subjects attempting to enter. The reporting party could see the subjects move to a different house and police determined that the neighbors had friends over who accidentally went to the wrong house.

Tuesday, April 24

Malicious Mischief: A house was bananaed on Pinehurst Ave. Southeast. Several bananas were thrown onto the roof of a residence. No damage was seen. The banana bandit is still on the loose and there are no suspects.

Weapons Offense: A suspect brandished a firearm after tailgating the reporting party on I-90. The suspect pulled up behind the reporting party and pulled a gun. The reporting party got off I-90 onto a parkway. The suspect later arrived at the police department and was interviewed regarding the incident.

Suspicious Circumstances: A suspect was banging on the door of Scott’s Dairy Freez in North Bend before officers found them asleep in their car.

Wednesday April 25

Theft: A male stole items out of an employee’s backpack in the QFC in North Bend. The suspect was trespassed from QFC for one year. The subject took a tablet and two knives. All items were recovered by the employee who was unwilling to assist with prosecution.

Friday, April 27

Theft: A videotaped suspect stole a bottle of Old English 800 from the Snoqualmie Safeway.

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