Teens seen throwing lemons near cars | Police blotter

The Snoqualmie Valley police blotter for Sept. 28 through Oct. 2.

  • Friday, October 12, 2018 1:30am
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Friday, Sept. 28

Suspicious Circumstance: Shoplifters returned to a store wearing shoes they had stolen from the store a day earlier on the 400 block of South Fork Avenue Southwest. The shoplift was not originally reported and police will follow up with the store to trespass the suspects if they’re seen there again.

Sunday, Sept. 30

Animal Problem: A reporting party found a golden lab running loose around Southeast Jacobia Street and Snoqualmie Parkway and brought it in to the police station. Police put out a message on social media asking for the owner and ended up contacting the owner and returning their dog.

Suspicious Circumstances: The reporting parties on Southeast Orchard Drive heard a person attempting to get into their apartment through the door before they tried to get into their dumpster as well. Police arrived to investigate and discovered that a yard umbrella was flying around due to string winds and likely was making the noise. The reporting parties secured the umbrella and were “comfy back in bed safe”, according to the police report.

Tuesday, Oct. 2

Juvenile Problem: Six to eight juveniles were seen throwing lemons at cars and buildings near the corner of Southeast River Street and Falls Avenue Southeast. The juveniles were estimated to be in their late teens or early 20’s. Their parents were notified an on the scene to handle accordingly.

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