Log of 911 calls to Mukilteo police for week of April 16 | Police beat

Apr 16, 2014

April 9

Animal – 5100 blk 92nd St. S.W.

An officer responded for a report of a loose dog. It was not located.

Hazard – 11000 blk Westridge Dr.

An officer responded for a report of a fire hydrant leaking water. The officer found water on the roadway but no leaking hydrant. It appeared that the water was drying out.

Information – 3700 blk Harbour Pointe Blvd. S.W.

SnoPac advised of a report of a who tried to “stab” someone with a car key at the location. There were no injuries and she left in a Buick LeSabre. She was not located.

Abandoned Vehicle – 8200 blk 44th Ave. W.

An officer was dispatched to contact the owner of the business complex regarding an abandoned trailer. The trailer was on private property and was not reported stolen. The caller said that he would have it towed.

Traffic – H.P. Blvd. S.W. & SR-525

An officer was dispatched for a report of an erratically driven vehicle. It was not located.

Suspicious – 1300 blk Crownmill Ave.

A caller advised that a man and woman were canvassing the neighborhood. He said that they were only going to houses that didn’t have cars in the driveways. The officers contacted a man and woman. They were offering to paint house numbers on curbs, but did not have a city business license. They agreed to stop until a license is obtained.

Suspicious – 6400 blk Chennault Beach Dr.

Officers responded for a report two men in a parked blue Mazda. The caller suspected possible drug activity. Upon arrival, the Mazda was unoccupied. The officers checked for the men, but they were not located.

Juvenile – 9300 blk 60th Ave. W.

A caller reported that juveniles who live behind him broke glass in his driveway and threw eggs at the house. He said that he did not want to pursue charges, but just wanted them to clean it up. The officer spoke to the juveniles and their mother, and they agreed to clean it up.

DUI – 600 blk Front St.

An officer was dispatched for a possible DUI in a white Scion. The vehicle was not located.

Warrant – 40th & 78th Sts.

Officers observed two subjects walking along the side of the road and were aware that one of them had an active at-risk youth warrant. She was arrested and booked into the Denney Youth Center.

Assist Aid – 10200 blk 64th Pl. W.

The Fire Department responded to a Lifeline medical alarm, but was unable to locate anyone. The patient was located inside the residence a short time later.

April 10

Parking – 700 blk Front St.

An officer responded to a report of a trailer blocking the handicapped spaces in front of the location. The officer found a work crew using a trailer-mounted pressure washer to clean the sidewalk in front of the restaurant. They agreed to move the trailer to another space.

911 Hang-Up – 900 blk 4th St.

A woman had called 911 to report a noise complaint. She then said that her neighbors had quieted down. She said that she did not want contact because she was leaving.

Animal – 12300 blk H.P. Blvd.

A caller reported that she had been bitten by a neighbor’s chihuahua the previous night. An officer found that the dog had bitten the back of her foot and did not break the skin.

Suspicious – 11100 blk 47th Ave. W.

A caller reported that a dark gray 4-door sedan had been parked in front of the location. He said that it had been parked in various driveways for 10 to 15 minutes at a time for the last couple of days. It was gone on arrival.

Animal – 44th Ave. W. & 76th St. S.W.

A caller reported a dead cat was on city property near the entrance of the community garden. Public Works was notified.

Traffic – 19th Dr. & SR-525

A caller reported a silver Jeep was driving erratically near the location. She said that it turned off at an unknown intersection. It was not located.

Suspicious – 8200 blk SR-525

The manager at the location reported that the occupants of a silver Hyundai were possibly doing drugs in the parking lot. They were gone on arrival.

Hit & Run – 11100 blk Chennault Beach Rd.

An officer responded for a hit-and-run report that occurred in the past two days. Vehicle 2 was struck by an unknown vehicle that left white paint on the ground and white paint transfer on Vehicle 2. There are no suspects at this time.

Collision – H.P. Blvd. S.W. & SR-525

An officer responded for a two-vehicle collision. Vehicle 1 struck Vehicle 2. There were no injuries.

Collision – 12100 blk SR-525

An officer responded for a two-vehicle collision. Vehicle 2 was “cut off” by an unidentified third vehicle and was struck from behind by Vehicle 1. There were no injuries.

Nuisance – Front St. & SR-525

A ferry employee reported that a man was using a microphone and “preaching” so loudly that they were having a hard time getting the ferry loaded. An officer found several church members were holding signs and preaching. The officer and a Washington State Patrol trooper spoke to the man and he agreed to lower the volume.

Disturbance – 6400 blk Dublin Ct.

Officers were dispatched to police station regarding a possible physical domestic at the above residence. A male reported that his sister and he had been arguing, and sometime during the dispute he got “hit” on the back shoulder. His story was somewhat disjointed and the officers were en route to speak to his sister at press time.

Animal – 12100 blk SR-525

A motorist struck a deer that was running across SR-525. The deer was gravely injured/suffering and had to be euthanized by an officer. A message was left with Public Works to retrieve the remains. There was no damage to the vehicle and the driver was not injured.

DUI/Hit & Run – 600 blk Front St.

An officer was dispatched to check for a red Ford F-150 that struck a sign on Front Street and then drove up on the sidewalk before leaving at a high rate of speed. Officers located the vehicle at 40th Avenue and SR-526 and the driver was arrested for DUI. He provided a breathalyzer sample of .120 and .117. He was booked into the Snohomish County Jail.

Follow-Up – Everett

The owner of a tow company called to advise that the tow yard was burglarized tonight and that a vehicle police impounded on March 31 from the 3900 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard had been thoroughly ransacked. The suspects reportedly climbed the fence and later drove a green Ford Explorer through the fence to possibly load up what they had been looking for in the impounded vehicle. The case is under investigation by the Everett Police Department.

Open Door – 10100 blk 64th Pl. W.

Officers responded to an alarm at the location and found an unsecure door on the back of the residence. The home was searched and nothing else suspicious was found. A yellow card was left inside and the door was secured on departure.

April 11

Animal – 6400 blk Chennault Beach Dr.

A caller requested an officer check on a dog barking in the backyard of the location. The officer checked the residence and the dog was inside and not barking.

Found – 4600 blk H.P. Blvd.

An officer responded to the location for a found debit card. Employees had found the card in a book. It was placed into found property.

Animal – 12300 blk Harbour Pt. Blvd.

A caller reported a stray cat was on her back porch. The caller was advised to ignore the cat and that it would eventually leave.

DUI – 11700 blk SR-525

A caller reported an intoxicated driver traveling south on SR-525. The vehicle was described as a black Lexus. The two male occupants were reportedly smoking marijuana. The caller advised that the vehicle was last seen turning east on Beverly Park Road from SR-525. The vehicle was not located. SnoPac was also advised.

Collision – 4600 blk H.P. Blvd.

An officer responded to a collision in the parking lot of the library. No injuries were reported. Vehicle 1 backed into Vehicle 2, causing minor damage.

Public Assist – 3800 blk H.P. Blvd. S.W.

A caller requested assistance because she locked her dog in her vehicle and was worried the dog would get too hot. Her vehicle was parked in the shade and the dog did not appear to be in any distress. She called a tow company to come and unlock the vehicle.

Animal – 4900 blk 99th Pl.

A caller reported that the neighbor allowed his dogs to run loose when he got home. The officer later checked on the address and observed no dogs running loose. The officer spoke with the dog owner, who admitted that sometimes the dog does escape when somebody leaves the back door open, or when he jumps through an open window. The owner promised to do a better job of keeping the dogs in the house.

DUI – 76th St. S.W. & SR-525

An officer was dispatched to the report of an older maroon Toyota Corolla making rapid lane changes and a turn that caused it to cross over a double yellow line. The vehicle was not located.

Display Weapon – 102nd Pl. S.W. & 48th Ave. W.

Officers searched for a 13-14 year old boy reportedly carrying a brown handgun in his hand. The juvenile was described as wearing a black jacket and shorts and having a buzz cut. He was reportedly not threatening anybody with the suspected pistol. He was not located.

Found – 700 blk Front St.

A caller reported that she found some keys. An officer called her back, and she reported that her husband had just found the owners of the keys, who were very happy to have them back.

Assist Fire – 600 blk Front St.

An officer was dispatched to assist the Fire Department with two men burning driftwood at the south end of the beach. The officer contacted the subjects, who were burning driftwood in their own portable steel fire pit. They removed the burning driftwood and put out the flames. Firefighters arrived and extinguished the embers.

Traffic – South Rd. & Evergreen Dr.

An officer stopped a driver for failuring to transfer the title within 45 days. The driver also admitted that he did not have liability insurance. The officer issued both a criminal citation and a notice of infraction for the above violations.

Collision – 4300 blk Chennault Beach Rd.

Officers were dispatched to the location for a parking lot collision. Vehicle 1 backed into Vehicle 2, which was legally parked at the time.

Noise – 5300 blk 101st St. S.W.

A neighbor called to complain about the juveniles next door being loud. The caller stated that the juvenile’s parents were not home. The officers contacted three subjects who were playing pool with loud music in the background. They agreed to turn down the music and keep their voices down.

Suspicious – 13500 blk 42nd Ave. W.

Officers were dispatched to the report of three or more subjects hanging around a house near the location. The subjects reportedly had narcotics history. When the first officer arrived, the subjects ran west through some yards, into unincorporated Snohomish County. The officers were unable to find the subjects.

Trespass 2/Theft 3 – 11700 blk SR-525

While an officer was on patrol, she observed four males walking on the west side of the location. When the boys saw her patrol car, they ran from her. The juveniles jumped the fence between the businesses. Officers surrounded one of the businesses. A boy slipped through the northeast corner of the fence and was met by an officer. A second juvenile jumped the east fence and ran, but the same officer caught him. The two adults were arrested inside the fence line. The officers inside the fence line found two broken bottles of Fireball liquor. The juveniles each confessed to stealing one of the from the local grocery store. The officer later confirmed that story with surveillance video at the grocery store. One juvenile was arrested for second-degree trespassing, third-degree theft, for minor in possession and possession of marijuana. The other juvenile was arrested for second-degree trespassing, third-degree theft and for minor in possession. One adult was cited and released for second-degree trespassing and third-degree theft and the other adult was cited and released for second-degree trespassing. The juveniles were both released to their parents.

Theft 3 – 11700 blk SR-525

While an officer was at the location regarding the above incident, she was notified that a black man had come back to the store at about 7:28 p.m. (for five minutes) and stole about $392 worth of alcohol. The store employees working at that time did not know the man or his history of shoplifting.

April 12

Suspicious – 12300 blk H.P. Blvd.

A woman requested a phone call in regards to a suspicious incident that happened 15 minutes prior to her calling. She advised that near building A, she heard a female scream and heard a possible gunshot. She then saw a black man in a vehicle who appeared to be upset because his car would not start. She observed the man get a bag out of the trunk and sit in the driver’s seat with the bag and then leave. The caller also told an officer that she thinks the “gunshot” was actually his car backfiring. She also advised that she never saw the female, just heard a scream and did not know if she was associated with the male in the vehicle. She described the vehicle as an older brown car. The officer did not locate the vehicle or any problems. The vehicle came back to a Mercury registered out of Seattle. No other complaints were received.

DWLS 3 – SR-525 & Paine Field Blvd.

An officer stopped a vehicle and cited the driver driving with a suspended license.

Warrant/DWLS 3 – SR-525 & H.P. Blvd.

An officer stopped a vehicle and cited the driver for driving with a suspended license. The driver also had a warrant out of Redmond for driving with a suspended license. The warrant was confirmed and the driver was arrested. The officer met a Redmond officer on I-405 and turned over custody of the driver.

Juvenile – Front St. & SR-525

Officers were dispatched to a report of 15 juveniles “partying” on the tracks a mile south of the crossing at Front Street and SR-525. There were reportedly boys and girls on both sides of the tracks. Officers contacted four juveniles sitting next to the tracks. There was no alcohol or drug use involved.

Warrant/DWLS 3 – 1000 blk 8th St.

An officer stopped a driver for a traffic violation and arrested the driver for driving with a suspended license and four outstanding Mukilteo warrants.

April 13

Civil – 4400 blk Russell Rd.

Employees at the location advised they had two customers who would not leave. While officers were en route, the customers called 911 and requested contact as well. One of the customers bought an item and was trying to return it for a refund and the employees would not give her a refund. Both parties were advised the matter was civil.

Animal – 600 blk Front St.

A caller reported that there were two golden retrievers off leashes at Lighthouse Park. The caller told the dog owner that she was going to call 911, and the owner put the dogs back on their leashes.

Suspicious – 1100 blk 3rd St.

A caller reported eight subjects walking along the railroad tracks from the dog park to the Mount Baker Crossing. No one was located.

Hit & Run – 11100 blk Chennault Beach Rd.

A caller requested contact in regards to a vehicle that struck his parked vehicle sometime during the night. There are no suspects.

Disturbance – 600 blk Front St.

Officers were dispatched to two men arguing over a parking space at Lighthouse Park. A man said got into an argument with another man over a parking space. There was no assault and no crime. The caller told officers that the other man had left toward the beach. The caller could not describe him other than being a Hispanic man. There were hundreds of people at the park and officers were unable to locate the other man.

Nuisance – Front St. & SR-525

Dispatch received several calls on a man with a “repent” sign talking into a loud speaker about religion. Callers wanted officers to make the subject stop preaching. While officers were en route to the above disturbance, they observed the man. He was on the public sidewalk on SR-525 and did not appear to be committing a crime. He was exercising his First Amendment rights. Officers reminded all of the callers of the country’s First Amendment.

Suspicious – 4400 blk Chennault Beach Rd.

A caller reported that at about 1 p.m. he found a woman in her mid-50s in his fenced backyard. The woman knocked on the back window, told the caller that she was a neighbor who was hiking and became lost. The caller admitted that his house backed up to a greenbelt, but claimed it was impassible. The woman asked him how she could get out of his backyard. He described the woman as caucasian with dark brown hair and freckles, wearing a visor. He asked for extra patrols.

Nuisance – 600 blk Front St.

A caller complained about the man standing on the 5th Street overpass with a bullhorn preaching about God. When an officer called back, the complainant said that the man had stopped. The officer explained the First Amendment issues involved in this incident.

Suspicious – 4200 blk H.P. Blvd. S.W.

Officers were dispatched to the report of a signal coming from a stolen 2009 Gray BMW 750 at the location. The vehicle was reported stolen to the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office earlier in the day. When officers arrived, the vehicle was not there. They checked all the nearby parking lots without success. An officer attempted contact with the company reporting the signal, but couldn’t get through. The officer contacted the registered owner, but there was a major language barrier.

Follow-Up – 10500 blk 47th Pl. W.

An officer called a subject and had him come to the police station for an interview. The subject admitted to having an altercation with another driver. He and was cited for harassment.

Follow-Up – Mukilteo

An officer contacted most of the mail theft victims from the mail found in the trunk of a recovered stolen vehicle. She got statements from the victims and returned the stolen mail to them. She also contacted the owner of the license plate found on the front of the vehicle. He confirmed that it was stolen from his car in January.

Vehicle Prowl/Theft – 12300 blk H.P. Blvd.

A woman called to report that her vehicle was prowled sometime after 2 p.m. She left her wallet on the seat of her unlocked vehicle. When she went out to retrieve the wallet, it was gone. Missing were two checkbooks, three debit cards, two gift cards, a personal check and her driver’s license. She was advised to notify her banks of the loss as soon as possible.

Vehicle Recovery – 9300 blk SR-25

While on patrol, an officer found a car parked on the east side of SR-525. He checked the plate and was advised that it reported stolen out of Seattle. The ignition appeared to be “punched” – there was damage to the ignition and something other than a key was used to drive it. An officer made contact with the registered owner, who requested that the car be impounded.

Noise – 12300 blk H.P. Blvd.

A caller reported an ongoing issue with the occupant of the above apartment. She complained that he was playing loud heavy metal music, and that he refused to come to the door when she tried to talk to him. The officer attempted contact, but the occupant refused to come to the door.

Malicious Mischief – 600 blk Front St.

While closing the park, an officer discovered some graffiti and damage to the inside of the men’s restroom.

April 14

Collision – 12700 blk SR-525

Officers responded for a two-vehicle collision. One of the passengers complained of neck pain and was treated at the scene by aid.

Hazard – 9200 blk 45th Ave. W.

An officer responded for a report of ducklings that fell into the drain and that the mother duck was in danger of being struck by a car. The officer had Public Works respond and retrieve six ducklings from the drain.

Hit & Run – 10600 blk 47th Pl. W.

A caller reported that her vehicle had been struck while parked at the YMCA. After viewing the evidence and surveillance video, an officer determined that the vehicle had not been struck at the Y. The caller said that she was unsure where it occurred.

Theft – 10100 blk 63rd Pl. W.

A caller reported that he moved from the location to his new home in Florida. He said that when he arrived his 9 mm handgun was missing. He said that he had hired a man and the man’s girlfriend to help with the packing. While packing, the man and his girlfriend had shown interest in the gun. The caller reported the theft to Marion County Sheriff’s Office in Florida. The gun was listed as stolen by Marion County. The case is under investigation.

Follow Up – 10500 blk 47th Pl. W.

A caller reported that he located most of the items that had been stolen in a recent burglary and theft at local pawn shops. The information was forwarded to detectives.

Suspicious – 900 blk Whittington St.

A caller reported that she received a call from a man offering to make her computer run faster, however, she has no computer. She wanted the police to be aware.

Nuisance – 10800 blk H.P. Blvd.

A caller reported subjects on the sidewalk preaching using a loudspeaker. It was after school, on a public sidewalk and not obstructing pedestrian traffic. The officer reminded the caller of the constitutional protections. The subjects preached for a while before moving down to the middle school.

Collision – 5000 blk H.P. Blvd.

Officers responded for a two-vehicle collision with injuries. Vehicle 1 struck Vehicle 2 from behind. The driver of Vehicle 2 complained of back and neck pain and was treated on scene by aid.

Nuisance – 600 blk Front St.

Numerous callers reported subjects preaching on the sidewalk using a loudspeaker. Officers were tied up on the above collision and unable to immediately respond. Phone contact was made with as many callers as possible.

Follow-Up– 600 blk Front St.

An officer met with a group that had been preaching and reportedly using a loudspeaker along Front Street. The group had already finished for the night and was preparing to leave. The group was cooperative and volunteered to turn down a loudspeaker in the future, if it was deemed unreasonably loud. The officer telephoned several complainants who requested contact and discussed various related issues with them. The primary complaint was that the loudspeaker could be heard from 2-3 blocks away. They agreed to call again, if it became unreasonably loud in the future.

Welfare Check – 700 blk Front St.

A commuter on a passing train reported there was a power boat that was possibly swamped and close to some rocks. An officer checked for it but did not locate any problems. The Coast Guard was also advised.

Theft – 3800 blk H.P. Blvd. S.W.

An employee at the location reported that while she was outside talking to one customer, a friend of that customer took an unknown number of lottery tickets (possibly $200-$300 worth). Both subjects, described as white men ages 20-30 were last seen walking toward a nearby hotel. Neither subject was located. The case is under investigation.

April 15

Assault – 10800 blk H.P. Blvd.

An officer responded to the location for an assault that occurred earlier in the day. A man had punched another man in the head because he had been bothering his ex-girlfriend. The victim suffered a cut to the head that required medical attention. The case will be sent to the prosecutor.

Suspicious – 10500 blk H.P. Blvd.

The vice-principal of the school reported that a parent called to complain about a religious group talking to their children after school yesterday. The VP requested extra patrol after school.

Nuisance – 10500 blk H.P. Blvd.

A caller reported that the previous day a religious group talked to her children as they were leaving school. She said that she does not want anyone talking to her children while they are walking home.

ID Theft – 11500 blk Pine Ct.

A caller reported that someone used her Social Security number to file a tax return. She is a victim of the Seattle Archdiocese security breach.

ID Theft – 5500 blk 93rd Pl. S.W.

A caller that someone used his Social Security number to file a tax return. He is a victim of the Seattle Archdiocese security breach.

Suspicious – Goat Trail Rd. & Goat Trail Loop Rd.

A caller reported that a white man, about 50 years old, associated with a green Ford Taurus was possibly trying to break into mailboxes. She said that he was using a hammer to pound on the mailboxes. Neither the vehicle nor any damaged mailboxes was located.

ID Theft –13000 blk 42nd Pl. W.

A caller reported that someone used his Social Security number to file a tax return. He is a victim of the Seattle Archdiocese security breach.

Theft – 11100 blk Chennault Beach Rd.

A caller reported she had two rings stolen from her room. She suspects a known male. The case is under investigation.

Animal – 7800 blk 44th Ave. W.

A caller reported that her dog bit a neighbor’s dog and the neighbor now wanted her to pay for psychological treatment for the dog. The officer answered some questions both parties had about the incident.

Found – 11900 blk Concord Way

Acaller reported finding five UPS packages in the woods on Sunday. The packages contained electrical contractor wiring/conduits and had been delivered to an electric company in Bellevue in March. The officer left a message for the company and booked the items for safekeeping.

Assist Aid – 11700 blk SR-525

An officer was dispatched to check on a disoriented woman wandering around inside the location. The woman was intoxicated and having an adverse reaction to medications. She was evaluated by aid and transported home.

Party – 1500 blk SR-525

A homeowner reported he was out of town and thought his 17-year-old daughter might be having a party at his residence without permission. The daughter had three friends over and they agreed to leave.

Noise – 4800 blk 76th St. S.W.

A caller reported hearing a loud beeping sound. It was determined to be a tow truck hooking up a vehicle that had an alarm going off. It left the area a short time later.

Suspicious– 11700 blk SR-525

A manager at the location reported there were two suspicious subjects in the parking lot for the past several minutes. The officer contacted the subjects and they claimed they were waiting for a friend who was staying at a nearby hotel so they could all go to a casino together. One subject had a non-extraditable warrant for driving with a suspended license.

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