‘Suspicious males’ seen stopping at every car | Police Blotter

Police blotter for Aug. 19-24.

  • Friday, September 6, 2019 1:40pm
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Aug. 19

Alarm: At 11:11 p.m. in the 30000 block of Southeast Park Street, Snoqualmie officers were dispatched to an internal residential alarm. They arrived to find the back door open but nobody inside. The house was secured.

DUI: At 2:05 a.m. in the area of Railroad Avenue Southeast, Snoqualmie Officers on patrol observed a driver crossing the center and fog line multiple times. The driver refused to take any sobriety tests and was booked into the SCORE Jail. Charges were forwarded to the prosecutor.

Aug. 20

Intoxicated subject: At 1:09 a.m. in the 8000 block of Silva Avenue Southeast, there was a report of a male subject yelling and causing a disturbance. Officers arrived to find a male who was suspected of being highly intoxicated. The male subject was transported to the hospital for a voluntary detox.

Stolen car: At 1:24 p.m. in the Pickering Court neighborhood, officers ran a license plate check that came back stolen. The vehicle was occupied by a male and female and a search of the male and vehicle revealed suspected drugs and drug paraphernalia.

Aug. 22

Car fire: At 4:57 a.m. on Southeast Winery Road, police assisted Snoqualmie Fire with a fully engulfed vehicle fire. Fire is under investigation.

Suspicious subject: At 8:09 p.m. in the 38000 block of Southeast Cedar Street, there was a report of suspicious males stopping at every vehicle. Officers contacted the subjects and told them to leave the area.

Aug. 24

Warrant: At 8:01 p.m. in the 9000 block of Frontier Avenue Southeast, officers stopped a vehicle that showed the registered owner had an outstanding warrant for $25,000.

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