Suspects steal $500 worth of wine | Police blotter for April 28 – May 4

The blotter does not represent each incident involving Snoqualmie police.

  • Wednesday, May 9, 2018 8:30am
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Friday, May 4

Suspicious Circumstances: A resident heard someone enter an unoccupied shack in front of their house on Silva Ave. Southeast.

Burglary: An unknown suspect broke into a locked storage unit on Southeast Groshell St. and stole tools.

Wednesday, May 2

Theft: A subject was asleep in his van and woke up to someone opening his gas cap on the 700 block of Southwest Mt. Si Boulevard. He chased the subject off, who got in to a vehicle with a woman driver and a baby car seat in the back.

Tuesday, May 1

Theft: Two suspects were chased down and arrested after stealing $500 worth of wine from a Safeway on the 34800 block of Southeast Douglas St.

Sunday, April 29

Physical Control: An officer contacted the reporting party and subject walking south on Main Ave. away from a bar. The subject did not have a vehicle, but was having trouble walking and standing up due to intoxication level. The officer provided a courtesy transport home.

Trespass: A suspect who was trespassed from Sure Shot in North Bend earlier in the night returned and was arrested.

Saturday, April 28

Disturbance: An officer contacted an intoxicated subject at the bar. Bar employees said that the subject was not paying his bar tab. The subject said that the bartender gave his card back so she must have run the card already. The bar employee stated that she never had the card and never ran his card. With the police department on the scene, the subject provided his card, which the bar employee charged. Officers observed the subject cursing at the bar tender. The bar requested the subject be trespassed permanently. Officers issued the subject a trespass notice, which he signed. The subject said that he was going to cancel the bar transaction later. The subject left on foot and was warned about disorderly conduct laws.

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