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Three arrested after Mt. Si Golf Course burglary

  • Wednesday, April 14, 2021 11:03am
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One man and two minors were arrested on April 11 after breaking in to the Mt. Si Golf Course.

That evening, Snoqualmie Police officers responded to a burglary alarm at the golf course after the monitoring company reported they could hear breaking glass and male voices inside the Pro Shop. The first officer arrived within 30 seconds of receiving the call and saw three males running from the back of the shop onto the driving range.

More officers arrived, and a K-9 unit was requested from the Kirkland Police Department. After it arrived a short time later, it was used to track the suspects, who were arrested without incident. Snoqualmie Police Department Public Information Officer Nick Almquist said none of the suspects — aged 23, 16 and 15 — were injured.

All three suspects were Snoqualmie residents. The adult was booked into the King County Jail, and all three were charged with burglary. The items that were taken from the Pro Shop were found and returned.

“It was pretty short, sweet,” Almquist said. “Nothing dynamic about it other than it was a good capture, and the officers reacted accordingly.”

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