Police & fire
May 10, 2012
You get on outta here
A clerk at Edgewick Inn asked police on April 24 to get two transients sleeping in the staircase at the hotel to move along.
A man who lives in the 4000 block of Southeast Tanner Road reported to police that power tools had been stolen from his fenced-in shed in his backyard at about 2 p.m. April 23. The man’s neighbor saw a man and woman, in their 20s pull up in a blue Honda, go into the backyard and then leave.
Up to no good
A resident at the Mount Si Trailer Park told police that he heard noises outside his trailer at about 4 a.m. April 22. When he went outside to investigate, a 6-foot-tall, heavy-built man was standing by his tile saw. The man ran off.
The director of the Northwest Railway Museum called police to report graffiti on a train bridge. The graffiti occurred between April 22 and 25. The incident report read, “Unknown if this graffiti was created by real gang members or gang wannabes.”
At 2:23 April 27, police were called to Mount Si High School to warn a person that he or she would be removed from the school if he or she continued to randomly confront people about bullying. The person was not there when police arrived.
Unknown children threw mud on the side of a home located at the 6000 block of Salmon Berry Court Southeast on April 27.
Fire calls from Eastside Fire & Rescue, North Bend
At 9 a.m. April 27, EMS responded to a medical call in the 1300 block of La Forest Drive Southeast.
At 9:37 a.m. April 27, a fire engine responded to a smoke scare in the 46000 block of Southeast Mount Si Road. It was a false alarm.
At 4:33 p.m. April 28, a fire engine responded to a smoke scare in the 100 block of Southeast 140th Street. It was a false alarm.
At 8:50 p.m. April 28, five fire engines responded to a vehicle accident with injuries in the 43000 block of Southeast 177th Street.
The Star publishes names of those arrested for DUI and those charged with felony crimes. Information comes directly from local police reports.