Joy ride in a golf cart, pushy peddler | Snoqualmie Valley police, fire blotter

Joyride: On Tuesday, June 3, police responded to the 9000 block of Boalch Avenue Southeast, North Bend, for a golf cart theft. An employee said two dirty-looking men with black backpacks got into a cart parked with the keys inside near the pro shop, and drove off. The employee recovered the cart, abandoned nearby, but not the keys.

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

Snoqualmie Police Department (covering North Bend)

Saturday, May 31

Too LOUD: At 3:37 p.m., a caller in the 34000 block of Southeast Sorenson Street, Snoqualmie, complained about loud music. Police contacted a man outside washing his car to Frank Sinatra tunes. They asked him to turn it down.

Catnap: At 8:31 p.m., police were called to the 400 block of Southwest Mount Si Boulevard, North Bend, to check on a man slumped over the wheel of a car. They contacted the man, who said he’d been sleeping while waiting for his brother. He was not intoxicated, but police warned him not to drive, since he had a suspended license.

Sunday, June 1

Disturbance: At 8:53 p.m., police received a report of an intoxicated man trying to open car and store doors in the 400 block of Southwest Mount Si Boulevard, North Bend. The man was confrontational, and when officers detained him, he kicked at the car door and windows.

Tuesday, June 3

Joyride: At 10:35 a.m., police responded to the 9000 block of Boalch Avenue Southeast, North Bend, for a golf cart theft. An employee said two dirty-looking men with black backpacks got into a cart parked with the keys inside near the pro shop, and drove off. The employee recovered the cart, abandoned nearby, but not the keys.

Pushy peddler: At 7:12 p.m., a Snoqualmie caller complained about a pushy solicitor, and asked police to check him out. Police located the man at Templeton Avenue Southeast and Southeast Keller Street. He did not have a license.

Wednesday, June 4

Beerlift: At 9:36 p.m., police were called to the 7700 block of Center Boulevard Southeast, Snoqualmie, for a theft in-progress. An older teen tried to leave a store with a six-pack of beer, and when a cashier asked if he’d paid for it, he ran.

Thursday, June 5

Repeat: At 9:39 p.m., police were again called to the store, where two boys, one possibly the suspect of the previous night, stashed giant cans of beer in their jeans, and ran off.

Friday, June 6

Bored burner: At 5:08 a.m., police were called to a store in the 400 block of east North Bend Way, where a man tried to light trees on the north end of the store on fire. The man said he had done it because of “boredom.”

Snoqualmie Fire Department

Saturday, May 31

Car vs. tree: At 12:30 a.m., Snoqualmie firefighters assisted a 17-year-old girl involved in a single car vs. tree auto accident on Southeast Muir Street. They evaluated the patient and transported her to a local hospital.

Car accident: At 2:46 p.m., Snoqualmie and Fall City firefighters responded to S.R. 202 and Stone Quarry Road Southeast. A vehicle left the roadway and rolled onto its roof, but both occupants were uninjured and got themselves out.

Medical calls: In addition, Snoqualmie firefighters responded to 10 medical aid calls, bringing the department’s total 2014 call number to 452.

EF & R North Bend Station 87

Friday, May 30

accident: At 6:19 p.m., firefighters responded to a car accident with injuries at the 100 block of S.R. 18 at eastbound I-90.

Steam: At 9:02 p.m., caller reported steam or some other gas mistaken for smoke at the 100 block of east Fourth Street.

Sunday, June 1

Bad Burn: At 8:29 p.m., firefighters went to an unauthorized burn at the 9800 block of 351st Avenue Southeast.

Medical calls: EFR in North Bend went on 16 emergency medical or assistance calls.

Fall City Fire District

Thursday, May 29

Foot pain: At 4 p.m., firefighters met a woman at the fire station with foot pain. They transported her to a local hospital.

Saturday, May 31

Breathing problem: At 9:20 p.m., firefighters responded to help a 70-year-old man with breathing difficulties. He was transported to a hospital by Bellevue Medics.

Tuesday, June 3

Cycle vs. deer: At 6:24 a.m., firefighters responded to a motorcycle vs deer collision in the 30800 block of Southeast Redmond-Fall City Road. The rider was taken to a nearby hospital for treatment.

Wednesday, June 4

Allergy: At 1:45 p.m., firefighters responded to the 32600 block of State Route 202 to help a girl who had an allergic reaction to peanuts. Firefighters administered an Epi-Pen; she was transported to an area hospital for further treatment.

Horse accident: At 3:40 p.m., firefighters responded to the Lake Alice area to help a woman who had been knocked down by her horse was unable to move her leg. She was stabilized at the scene and, with the assistance of Snoqualmie firefighters, transported to an area hospital for further treatment.

Pain: At 2:24 a.m., EMTs responded to the 35700 block of Southeast 47th Place for a woman in pain. She was evaluated, treated, and transported to an area hospital.

EF&R Carnation Station 85

Wednesday, June 4

Car accident: At 4:28 a.m., Carnation firefighters responded to a vehicle accident with no injuries at the 28400 block of Northeast 17th Street.

Medical calls: Firefighters responded to seven medical calls.

 

 

 

 

 

 


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