Log of 911 calls to Mukilteo police for week of April 2 | Police beat

Apr 02, 2014

March 26

Suspicious – 4900 blk of 92nd St. S.W.

A caller reported finding Roman candle-type fireworks near the playground. An officer took the fireworks for destruction.

Juvenile Problem – 2600 blk SR-525

A caller advised that his son had been assaulted on the bus the previous day. An officer watched the security video and the caller’s son appeared to be the aggressor. The caller insisted that the case be sent to the prosecutor.

Theft – 10600 blk 47th Pl. W.

A caller reported that her watch had been stolen from her locker at the location. She said that it had been taken from her purse in her unlocked locker while she showered. She said that her wallet and contents were still in the purse and it appeared to be otherwise undisturbed. She said that it was a Seiko watch valued at $400. There are no suspects at this time.

ID Theft – 1700 blk Goat Trail Rd.

A caller advised that someone used his social security number to file a false tax return. They did not know his PIN and they were unsuccessful. He was a victim of the Seattle Archdiocese security breach.

Collision – 600 blk Front St.

A caller advised that her vehicle had been hit while parked outside the location in February. She said that it has obtained additional damage while parked in Bothell last week.

Missing Person – 2600 blk of SR-525

Officers responded to the location for a student from the “behavioral program” who had left campus without permission. An officer located the student a few blocks away. The student walked back to school and staff placed him in the isolation room.

Narcotics – 3900 blk Harbour Pointe Blvd. S.W.

The manager at the location reported that a guest was possibly deal drugs out the window. The woman in the room denied any drug involvement. She was asked to leave the hotel by management.

Marijuana Possession – 5000 blk H.P. Blvd.

An officer responded to the location for three students who were each in possession of marijuana. Their parents responded to the school to pick them up and witness the officer’s interview. The case will be sent to the prosecutor.

Assault 3 – 10700 blk SR-525

Officers responded to location for an assault that just occurred. A woman was in the process of being discharged and was unhappy with the service. She punched a nurse in the face and chest. She was booked into the Snohomish County Jail for third-degree assault.

Juvenile – 4600 blk H.P. Blvd.

An officer responded to the location for a report of six juveniles loitering and smoking next to the building. Upon arrival, the security guard had already contacted them and had them leave.

Collision – 4900 blk 76th St. S.W.

An officer responded for a two-vehicle collision. Vehicle 1 turned left from the driveway of Olympic View Middle School and collided with westbound Vehicle 2. There were no injuries.

Theft – 10800 blk H.P. Blvd.

A caller advised that his backpack had been stolen the previous day while at school. The backpack contained his play station and several games.

Suspicious – 6200 blk Chennault Beach Dr.

A caller reported that she received a phone call in which the caller told her that her computer had a very dangerous virus and he could fix it remotely. He asked for her credit card number, which she declined to give. They asked her how much money she had in the house. They said for $100 cash they could come to her house. She declined. She was concerned that the caller might be nearby. The officer saw no one suspicious.

Suspicious – 900 blk of 8th St.

A resident called to report that her mailbox had been broken into. It was determined there was a problem with the locking mechanism. It did not appear anything had been stolen and no crime had occurred.

Suspicious – 5000 blk of 81st Pl. S.W.

A landlord was concerned because when he knocked on a tenant’s door, a man who did not live there answered it and said the tenant wasn’t there. It was determined to be a friend of the tenant. There were no problems to report.

Assist Law – 12800 blk Beverly Park Rd.

The Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office advised that a white man wearing a hoodie had just shoplifted at Albertson’s and ran westbound on Beverly Park Road. Officers checked the area without success. The subject was not located.

DWLS 3 – 3900 blk H.P. Blvd. S.W.

An officer stopped a vehicle for a lighting violation and subsequently cited the driver for driving with a suspended license and other violations.

Suspicious – 4900 blk 90th Pl. S.W.

An officer was dispatched to check for two intoxicated men who could be heard talking loudly somewhere nearby. The subjects were located in front of their residence. They agreed to quiet down or go inside.

March 27

Agency Assist – SR-525 & Russell Way

The Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office requested assistance for containment on a robbery that had just occurred. The request was canceled prior to arrival.

Harassment – 5700 blk South Grove Dr.

An officer responded to the police station for a harassment report. A resident reported that she had been getting harassing phone calls from her estranged husband’s girlfriend and wanted to know what options she had.

Robbery – 5600 blk H.P. Blvd.

A caller reported that she came home and found an unknown woman in her apartment taking several bags of her belongings. The resident told the robber she was calling 911 and she could not leave. The woman shoved the caller against the wall and told her that she had a gun. The woman was seen by officers running out of a back door and was captured after a short foot chase. She was booked into the Snohomish County Jail for robbery.

Juvenile – 10000 blk 48th Ave. W.

An officer responded to the above location for a report of juveniles throwing bananas at passing cars. There was no damage. The officer warned the juveniles.

Vehicle Theft – 12300 blk H.P. Blvd.

A caller reported that she left her vehicle running while she went in to her apartment to get ready for work. When she returned, the vehicle was gone. The vehicle was located and stopped in Lynnwood. A man and woman were arrested. They were being transported back to Mukilteo at press time.

Welfare Check – 4700 blk 80th St. S.W.

An officer responded to a report of a man who had been standing in the same place for the past five hours. He told the officer that his doctor told him that he needed to get out and get some fresh air.

Follow-Up – 10500 blk 47th Pl. W.

An officer transported two suspects to the Snohomish County Jail who had been apprehended in a stolen vehicle earlier this evening.

Assist Aid – 10200 blk 64th Pl. W.

Officers were dispatched to check on a woman who had requested an aid car because she drank too much alcohol. She was extremely intoxicated and was transported by aid for an evaluation.

Assist Law – 1200 blk Greenhaven

A woman called 911 because she had received a call earlier in the evening from a private number where a man claiming to be a police officer wanted to question her about an assault. It was determined to be related to an incident investigated by the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office and was referred to them.

Burglary – 5700 blk Sunset Ln.

A caller reported his residence was burglarized some time between 5 p.m. and 11 p.m. Entry was made by forcing open a laundry room window. A TV, laptop, wallet and other items were stolen.

Suspicious – 53rd and 92nd Sts.

A caller reported there was a man walking around the neighborhood carrying a lantern and looking into vehicles. He told the woman he was looking for clues from a recent burglary at his residence. An officer determined it was the victim of a previously reported burglary. A short time later, he called to report that a suspicious van was doubling back through the neighborhood. The van belonged to the first caller.

Hazard – 5th St. & SR 525

A caller reported that her son struck a boulder with his vehicle, flattening a tire. An officer located a rock and moved it out of the roadway. The vehicle was not located.

March 28

Suspicious – 11700 blk SR-525

An employee at the location advised that there was a man in the store who appeared to have been assaulted. He had injuries to his face and hands. Officers contacted the man and told officers he was jumped and then retracted that and said he was intoxicated and could not remember what happened. He was uncooperative and was transported to the hospital by aid.

Suspicious – 10600 blk 56th Ave. W.

An officer was dispatched to check for a suspicious vehicle white van and man at the location. A neighbor saw the subject knock on the front door and then proceed around the back of the residence. The officer contacted and identified the subject. The subject was an employee and was waiting for a rear patio door to be delivered so he could install it.

Hit & Run – 9800 blk Harbour Pl.

A caller advised that sometime during the night, someone struck a tree with a vehicle at the location. There are no suspects. The suspect vehicle was possibly silver in color due to pieces of the vehicle found at the scene.

Animal Control – 1000 blk Campbell Ave.

A caller requested contact because her ex-husband passed away last night and she needed an officer to take custody of his two cats and transport them to PAWS. An officer determined that she released the cats out of the house yesterday and did not know where they were.

Collision – 11700 blk SR-525

Officers were dispatched to the location for a three-vehicle collision. No one was injured. One vehicle stopped at the traffic light and the other two did not. Public Works was contacted and responded for an oil spill due to the collision. One vehicle was towed.

Suspicious – 12300 blk H.P. Blvd.

A caller reported harassment via a text message. An officer learned that the caller received a couple text messages from an unknown number accusing him of sending harassing text messages. There was no crime.

Theft – 10600 blk 47th Pl. W.

An officer responded to the location for a report of someone stealing the master keys to the building. The officer learned that the employee placed his backpack in an unlocked locker while he worked out. Someone took the backpack. The employee was able to recover the backpack in the building, however, the master keys to the business were taken. There is possible video surveillance of the suspect, but no one had knowledge on how to operate the video system. The case is under investigation.

Juvenile – 4500 blk H.P. Blvd.

A caller advised that there were three juvenile boys harassing people in the parking lot. According to the caller, the boys do not live at the complex. The only description provided for boys were they were about 16 years old. They were gone on arrival.

Juvenile – 12200 blk Greenhaven

An officer was dispatched to check for two middle school aged boys knocking on doors, asking for money. They were not located.

Fraud – 11800 blk SR-525

Officers were dispatched to for a woman trying to cash a fraudulent check. The woman had a felony warrant out of Island County for forgery as well as a warrant for driving with a suspended license out of Mukilteo. The officers confirmed the check was stolen and washed. The woman was booked at the Snohomish County Jail on the warrants and a charge of forgery.

Animal – 4900 blk 99th Pl. S.W.

A neighbor reported that a dog that lives at the location was loose in the neighborhood. The dog was not found.

Theft – 10700 blk 64th Pl. W.

A caller advised that he had some mail stolen from his mailbox between March 13 and March 25. It is unknown exactly what was taken. There are no suspects at this time.

Missing Person – 5200 blk 104th St. S.W.

A caller advised that her daughter had been missing for about an hour. The officers located his daughter near the 92nd Street Park and returned her home.

Fight – 4500 blk H.P. Blvd.

Two subjects fought with each other. There were numerous witnesses and the fight appeared to be mutual combat. There was no probable cause for either person.

DWLS 3 – 4700 blk H.P. Blvd.

An officer stopped a vehicle with several witnesses in it while investigating the above call. The driver, who also witnessed the fight, had a suspended driver’s license and was cited for driving with a suspended license.

Hazard – 8400 blk SR-525

Officers responded to a vehicle engine in the roadway. The officers were able to move the engine onto the sidewalk. Public Works came out and removed it.

Suspicious – 3800 blk H.P. Blvd. S.W.

An officer pulled into the parking lot at the location and a woman associated with a green Taurus ran off. A man and woman with her said they only knew her first name and thought her last name started with an “M.” Officers identified the woman who was with her and she possession of controlled substances, fraud and theft history. The man refused to identify himself. The woman who ran off was likely the registered owner’s daughter, and she had a felony warrant for dangerous drugs out of Everett. The woman was not located. The other two stated the woman who ran off was the driver of the vehicle. They walked away, too. The business eventually impounded the vehicle because it was blocking one of the gas pumps.

DWLS 3 – 11800 blk SR-525

An officer observed a woman driving again at the location and again cited her for driving with a suspended license.

DUI – 800 blk 6th St.

Officers responded to the location for a possible DUI driver in vehicle. It was not located.

Criminal – 600 blk SR-525

An officer cited the driver for failing to transfer his vehicle’s title within 45 days.

DWLS 3 – 12700 blk SR-525

An officer stopped the driver for driving with a suspended license and also cited him for no insurance.

Warrant/DWLS 3 – 13500 blk Beverly Park Rd.

An officer stopped the driver for driving with a suspended license and he had a warrant for first-degree negligent driving out of Washington state. The officers cited him for driving with a suspended license and booked him into the county jail on the warrant.

Welfare Check – 10800 blk H.P. Blvd.

Officers responded to the location for a woman walking in the roadway. She was gone on arrival.

March 29

Malicious Mischief – 9600 blk Harbour Pl.

An officer was dispatched to the location for malicious mischief that occurred sometime between the morning of March 28 and this morning. The officer found the rear passenger window shattered. It did not appear the suspect gained entry into the vehicle.

Juvenile – 6000 blk Championship Cir.

Officers responded to the location for a juvenile boy that just left the residence with two duffel bags. A caller stated the boy was upset because she was sending him to live with his grandmother because of disciplinary problems. Officers searched for the boy and were unable to locate him. The caller advised that there were no threats of harm and he was not a danger to himself. A short time later, the boy returned home.

Fraud – 10500 blk 47th Pl. W.

An officer was dispatched to the police station for a subject wanting to report a check fraud. The officer contacted the subject who advised that he has a business in Bothell and one of his employees was possibly stealing from him by writing checks to himself on the company account. The possible suspect lives in Mukilteo. The caller was referred to the Bothell Police Department.

Animal – 9500 blk 49th Ave. W.

A caller requested contact in regards to his dog being bit last night by another dog. An officer contacted the caller who was in the process of taking his dog to the veterinarian for an evaluation. The caller did not know for sure where the other dog lived. The officer advised the caller to stop by the police station after he took the dog to the vet and had learned the extent of the dog’s injuries.

Suspicious Vehicle – 13400 blk Harbour Heights Dr.

A caller requested an officer check on a suspicious gold Lincoln occupied by one black man and one black woman. According to the caller, there were two other black men standing outside the vehicle and the vehicle looked “out of place.” The vehicle was clear and registered out of Edmonds. The officer located the vehicle unoccupied.

Found Property – H.P. Blvd. S.W. & Harbour Reach Dr.

A caller advised that there was a bicycle lying in the grass near the location. The bicycle was blue in color. The officer checked the serial number and the bike was not reported stolen. It was left at the location.

Follow-Up – 10500 blk 47th Pl. W.

An officer met with the dog owner of the above animal complaint at the police station. The officer was still on scene at press time.

Disturbance – 8000 blk SR-525

An anonymous complainant reported that his neighbor was shooting arrows in the common area behind the building. Officers made contact with the man and he agreed to stop shooting arrows.

DUI – 23200 blk Highway 99

While working the Target Zero Task Force detail, officers stopped a driver for numerous traffic violations and driving on a rim. He appeared to be very intoxicated and could not perform standard field sobriety tests. The officer arrested him and he refused the breath test at the police station. His vehicle was impounded and the driver was cited and released.

March 30

Hazard – 600 blk Front St.

A caller advised that it appeared a water main had broken at the location. The officer responded and confirmed the break. There was a large amount of water starting to spill onto Front Street. Public Works was contacted and responded to address the problem.

Order Violation – 8900 blk 49th Ave. W.

A caller reported his neighbor was taking video and photographs of him in violation of a court order. The case will be sent to the prosecutor for review.

Hit & Run – 12300 blk H.P. Blvd.

A complainant came to the police station to report a hit-and-run that occurred in the parking lot at the location. There was minor damage to his vehicle and no suspects.

Narcotics – 12500 blk SR-525

An officer was dispatched for a man in a vehicle smoking something in a pipe. He was last seen driving south on SR-525 in a Datsun. The officer checked the area and the vehicle was not located. The registration came back to an address in Idaho and the title and license came back as canceled.

Suspicious – 1100 blk 3rd St.

A caller reported two subjects walking northbound on the railroad tracks. The only description she had was one was wearing a white T-shirt. They were gone on arrival.

Public Assist – 600 blk Front St.

A complainant came to the police station because he found a wallet at the location. When an officer contacted him, he advised that he would return the wallet to the owner, and if he could not locate the owner, he would bring the wallet back to the police station to turn in.

Burglary – 1500 blk SR-525

A caller advised of a burglary at the above residence that occurred within the last few days. The officer was still on scene at press time. No further details were available.

DWLS 3 – 100 blk SR-525

An officer stopped a driver for a traffic violation and discovered that he was driving with a suspended license. The officer cited him for both violations.

Suspicious – 5000 blk 84th St. S.W.

A caller reported that an unknown person knocked on her door 45 minutes before she called. The knocker was not located.

Hit & Run/Assault 4/Agency Assist – 5000 blk 84th St.

Officers responded to a hit-and-run collision that occurred in the parking lot at the location with a parked, unoccupied vehicle. The officers located the suspect at his house in Everett and cited him for hit-and-run. While officers were investigating the incident, they spoke with the suspect’s girlfriend who told officers that her boyfriend had recently assaulted her by pushing her down in The Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office’s jurisdiction. SCSO responded, arrested the boyfriend and booked him into the county jail for the assault.

Suspicious/Warrant – 3900 blk H.P. Blvd. S.W.

An officer attempted to stop a vehicle with no license plates, but the vehicle attempted to elude the officer, quickly pulled into the location and the driver fled on foot. The vehicle had a damaged ignition and door lock. The passenger said that she did not know the driver and admitted to being a prostitute and a heroin addict. She had a warrant out of Marysville for criminal trespass and was ultimately booked into the Marysville Jail on the warrant. The officers search for the driver with a K9, but he was not located. He was a light-skinned black man wearing a black sweatshirt, blue jeans and a black hat. The officers also attempted to make contact with the registered owner of the vehicle in an attempt to find out if it was stolen, but he was not located. The vehicle was impounded for evidence.

Suspicious – 4800 blk 76th St. S.W.

A caller reported that his building shook and he thought that we were having an earthquake or that someone ran into the building with their vehicle. His building was undamaged and the noise he heard was likely plane noise from Boeing.

March 31

Noise – 4800 blk 103rd Pl. S.W.

An officer responded to the location for a report of a barking dog. The officer found a dog barking in the backyard, but no one answered the door. The resident later called back and told the officer that the dog heard barking was not hers but a neighbor’s.

Agency Assist – 2600 blk W. Mukilteo Blvd.

Everett police advised of a vehicle theft that had just occurred. The vehicle, a 1994 cream Mazda, had been left warming up in front of the above residence. It was not located.

Warrant – 4900 blk 101st Pl. S.W.

Officers attempted to serve an arrest warrant on a subject. He was not there.

Harassment – 5700 blk S. Grove Dr.

A caller advised that she had been receiving text messages from a woman accusing her of sleeping with her boyfriend. There were no threats made. The caller was advised to apply for an order and to block the number. An officer called the woman and left a message advising her to stop calling.

Theft – 5000 blk 81st Pl. S.W.

A caller advised an unknown amount of mail had been stolen from her mailbox. She said that a Citibank credit card had been accessed over the weekend. The card has been canceled and she suffered no loss.

Agency Assist – 5400 blk 135th Pl. S.W.

Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office advised of a burglary that just occurred at the location. A man in his 20s, about 5 foot 8 inches tried to kick in the victim’s back door then fled in a small black vehicle driven by a woman toward Beverly Park Road. They were not located.

Parking – 4400 blk 75th St. S.W.

A caller reported that a neighbor’s two SUVs were parked on the street creating a “visual hazard.” They were gone on arrival.

Welfare Check – 900 blk 4th St.

A caller advised that she went to check on her 88-year-old friend, as she does every Monday, but she was unable to make contact with her. She said that she thought she could see her in her bed. Upon the officers’ arrival, they found that the caregiver had taken the friend to the pharmacy and she was now home.

Burglary – 12300 blk H.P. Blvd.

A caller advised that sometime between March 12 and March 30 someone entered her apartment and took two computers and jewelry. She suspects her son.

Welfare Check – 600 blk Front St.

An officer responded to location for a report of a 3-year-old left alone in a vehicle. Upon arrival, the mother was with the child. The baby had fallen asleep on the way to the park and she had let him sleep while she was away from the car for a few minutes. She agreed not to do it again.

Theft – 12300 blk H.P. Blvd.

A caller advised that sometime during the previous night someone stole her wheelchair. She said that it had been parked outside by the front door.

ID Theft – 8200 blk 53rd Ave. W.

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

Agency Assist – 5200 blk 81st St. S.W.

A detective with Everett police reported that while serving a search warrant, mail for two Mukilteo residents was located along with a check from Citibank. An officer attempted contact, but there was no one home.

Suspicious – 3900 blk H.P. Blvd. S.W.

An officer responded to the location for a suspicious person. The employee said that a man came into the hotel, went upstairs, then came down 10 minutes later and left. He was not located. The employee said that she has been instructed to call anytime she thinks something is suspicious.

Animal – 4900 blk 99th Pl. S.W.

An officer was dispatched to check for a brown, medium-sized dog running through the neighborhood. It was not located.

Assist Aid – 600 blk Front St.

An officer responded to a report of a man passed out in a bathroom stall. The officer located an intoxicated man who was evaluated by aid and declined transport to the hospital.

Assist Aid – 3900 blk H.P. Blvd. S.W.

A caller requested that an aid crew evaluate his wife as he felt she was misusing her Fentanyl patches and had become intoxicated and agitated. The woman was evaluated by aid and declined transport to the hospital. The officer provided some resources for counseling and substance abuse programs.

Unwanted Subject – 11700 blk SR-525

A employee at the location requested a welfare check on a transient man who had been loitering and asking customers for money. Contact was made with the man and he declined an offer of transport to the Everett Men’s Shelter and opted to leave on foot.

Suspicious – 1000 blk Terrace Ct.

An officer was dispatched to check for a man wearing a bright orange coat that had been walking through the neighborhood. The man lived in the area and was just going for a walk.

Unwanted Subject – 8400 blk SR-525

An officer was dispatched to check for a man arguing with the cashier about money. The subject was later located at the disturbance below.

Disturbance – 5800 blk 88th St. S.W.

A caller advised that he came home from work tonight and his brother thought he was an intruder and had armed himself with a gun. When officers arrived, the gun had been placed in a safe. The brother appeared to be under the influence of narcotics and had recently been in treatment for substance abuse issues. The caller’s father said that he would allow his son to stay at the residence tonight, but only if his son agreed to give the gun to police for safekeeping for a few days. The son agreed to do so and the gun was later booked at the police station for safekeeping.

Suspicious – 5000 blk Brighton Pl.

A homeowner thought she heard her garage door open, but was unsure if she had actually closed it before going to bed. Officers checked inside the open garage and did not find anything suspicious.

Assist Law – Seaway Blvd. & SR-526

An officer was dispatched to check for a silver SUV that struck a guardrail on SR-526 while westbound. The vehicle was not located.

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