Blotter: Son locks Mom out of house to avoid hauling firewood; Blocked drive-through creates hazard for restaurant customers

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Police and fire agencies in the Snoqualmie Valley responded to the following calls:

Snoqualmie-North Bend Police Department

Sunday, Nov. 19

Theft: At 3:55 p.m., a shoplifter on the 400 block of SW Mount Si Boulevard, North Bend, was reported to police. The teen subject and two others left the store on skateboards. Police found the subjects and recovered the stolen merchandise. This was the second time the subject was involved in shoplifting from that location and so the juvenile was banned from the store for one year.

Monday, Nov. 20

Juvenile problem: At 2:02 p.m., police were called to 432nd Avenue SE in North Bend where a woman was locked out of her house by her son after an argument. Police arrived and discovered the argument started because the son didn’t want to move firewood to the side of the house.

Tuesday, Nov. 21

Hazardous road: At 7:12 p.m., an unoccupied vehicle in a drive-through for a business on the 700 block of SW Mount Si Boulevard, North Bend, was reported. The caller said it caused a traffic jam as other drivers had to back out. Officers found that the vehicle belonged to the manager of the business and was blocking the drive-through because of minimal staffing at the time. Police received another call insisting that the situation was dangerous as the caller had seen two near-collisions. Officers had the man move his vehicle out of the drive-through.

Wednesday, Nov. 22

Suspicious: At 7:59 a.m., officers contacted two people at a camp site in the woods near W North Bend Way, North Bend, and advised them to move off the site.

Suspicious: At 10:50 p.m., a homeowner on Railroad Place SE, Snoqualmie, called police to report a mysterious vehicle which had been parked in front of their house for two hours. When officers arrived they found the vehicle was occupied by a couple having sex.

Friday, Nov. 4

Suspicious: At 7:03 p.m., a homeowner on Ash Avenue SE, Snoqualmie, called police to report a mysterious DVD left at his doorstep with a note that had “Read Me” written on it. Police received another call from a woman who said the disk drop had occurred at other locations and that the disk contained a text file. Officers also learned that a location on Frontier Avenue could possibly have a video of the subjects leaving the disk on numerous door steps.

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