Police find bear tracks after intruder report | Police Blotter

Police blotter for Sept. 9-13.

  • Friday, September 20, 2019 1:30am
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Sept. 9

DUI: At 8 p.m. in the area of Snoqualmie Point Park, a man was stopped for driving under the influence and suspected possession of drug paraphernalia.

Sept. 10

Warrants: At 8:17 p.m. at the North Bend gas station, there were two subjects in the parking lot who got in a verbal altercation. The officer found the subjects and ran their names. They discovered the subjects had several warrants, one being a felony. Both people were arrested for the warrants and for possession of suspected drugs.

Sept. 11

Bear break in: At 12:32 a.m. at a local home, officers were dispatched to a report of a possible intruder breaking a fence in a citizen’s back yard. Police found no suspects. They did, however, find bear tracks and claw marks on the fence.

Under the influence: At 8:53 p.m. at Bendigo Boulevard near Park Street, a subject was arrested for suspicion of driving under the influence. He was booked into Issaquah Jail for suspected DUI.

Sept. 13

Vandalism: At 4:15 p.m. at Torguson Park, there were reports of the door of the men’s bathroom being kicked in. This damage totaled more than $1,000 in cost. The officers investigating the crime are obtaining video footage.

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