Log of 911 calls to Mukilteo police for week of July 16 | Police Beat
Noise – 5600 blk N. Grove Dr.
An officer responded to the strip mall for a construction crew jack hammering before hours. The crew agreed to stop until 7 a.m.
Noise – 5600 blk N. Grove Dr.
An officer responded to the strip mall for a report of jack hammering. The officer informed the caller that it was legal to make construction noise after 7 a.m.
Welfare Check – 5th St. & SR-525
Officers responded to a report of a woman walking toward Everett on 5th Street who was swaying back and forth and not wearing any shoes. The woman had a warrant out of Island County but due to staffing, another in custody arrest and Island County not confirming the warrant, she was allowed to continue on her way. It was determined that she did not need any assistance.
Warrant – 11900 blk Cyrus Way
An officer was dispatched to assist the Fire Department with a man who was unconscious on the ground. Upon arrival, a man was found sleeping near a back entrance. The man had a warrant out of King County and was transported to 205th Street and Aurora Avenue N. where the King County Sheriff’s Office took custody of him.
Animal – 44th Ave. W. & 76th St. S.W.
An officer responded to a report of three dogs locked in a car. The vehicle was gone on arrival.
Animal – 9100 blk 53rd Ave. W.
An officer responded to a report of a barking dog. The dog did not appear to be in distress, just barking at neighborhood noises. A warning notice was left on the door.
Traffic – Goat Trail Rd. & SR-525
An officer was dispatched to a report of a reckless driver in a Kia Rio. The vehicle was not located.
Suspicious – Cyrus Way & Russell Rd.
Officers responded to a possible vehicle prowl in progress. It was determined that a man wanting a ride attempted to get in the caller’s vehicle. The caller drove away as the subject kicked her car. The officers determined that the man was possibly suffering from mental illness. There was no damage to the caller’s vehicle and the man stated that he was being stalked by GPS and “lonely people.” He was determined to not be a danger to himself or others and was allowed to go on his way.
Suspicious – 11300 blk SR-525
A caller reported that an odd-behaving man stopped by about 30 minutes earlier and asked, “Why are you following me? You are one of them.” The man was not located.
Theft – 3900 blk H.P. Blvd. S.W.
A caller reported that her phone had been stolen.
Animal – 88th St. S.W. & SR-525
An officer received a report of a loose dog. The dog was not located.
Violation – 700 blk Front St.
An officer responded to a report of illegal crabbing. The crabber was gone on arrival.
Parking – 600 blk Front St.
An officer responded to a complaint of numerous illegally parked vehicles at Lighthouse Park and issued tickets to them.
Alarm – 5500 blk 128th St. S.W.
An officer responded to a home alarm and discovered that one of the homeowners left the patio door ajar and their dog pushed it open, setting off the alarm.
Hazard – SR-525 & Paine Field Blvd.
An officer responded to a report of a box in the roadway. It was gone on arrival.
Mental – 12700 blk SR-525
Officers responded to a report of a man who looked like he was about to walk into traffic and “can’t see straight.” He was described as in his 20s, with curly blond hair and scabs on his arms, wearing a gray hoodie, camo shorts and a red backpack. When officers found him, he was extremely high and admitted to using heroin and meth. He had trouble walking, tried to dance in the street, fell down and hit his head. He had also scratched himself very extensively (and said that he does this when on meth). Officers deemed that he was a danger to himself and was unable to care for himself. He was transported to a hospital on an involuntary commitment.
Fireworks – 11100 blk Chennault Beach Rd.
Officers responded to a report of gunshots. On arrival, the officers determined that it was fireworks.
Suspicious – 11700 blk SR-525
The manager reported that there were two suspicious men loitering outside the store and they were associated with a woman inside the store. Officers discovered that the woman in the store was apparently about to shoplift a basked full of health and beauty products, until she saw the police arrive. She then hurried to stash the contents of her basket in the soup aisle. All three had extensive criminal history, but no active warrants.
Disturbance – 10200 blk SR-525
As an officer was running radar, two motorists pulled over to speak to him. One complained that the other was following him and flashing his lights. The other complained that the first drove by him on Harbour Pointe Boulevard at an excessive speed. The officer was able to calm both parties down, and they carried on their way.
Collision – 2nd St. & SR-525
Officers responded to a partially blocking two-vehicle collision. There were no injuries. Both vehicles were towed.
Burglary – 8900 blk 53rd Ave. W.
An officer responded to a residential burglary report. On July 9, someone entered the occupied home through the open sliding glass door and took a Mac Book Pro from the kitchen table.
Information – 10500 blk 47th Pl. W.
An anonymous caller reported that he saw four late model Mukilteo police vehicles heading south on I-405 and none of them had license plates. The caller complained that it was not right and wanted the complaint passed on to the police chief. The caller did not want to give his name or have any contact because he stated it “won’t go anywhere.” He just wanted the information passed along. The police chief advised that they were new vehicles en-route to the shop to be outfitted and they were licensed, insured and legal to be on the road.
Animal – 600 blk Front St.
An officer was flagged down regarding a dog locked in a car with only one window open a little bit. The officer located the car and the dog owner and determined that the dog had been left in the car for 15 minutes. The dog was not in distress and the officer educated the dog owner about the dangers of leaving her dog in the car.
Assist Fire – 9300 blk SR-525
While on patrol, an officer was flagged down and advised of a bark fire. The officer stood by until the Fire Department responded and extinguished the fire.
Found – N. Grove Dr. & Harbour Pt. Blvd.
A woman contacted an officer at the police station to turn in a set of keys that she found. The keys were booked in to evidence as found property.
Fraud – 12700 blk 52nd Pl. W.
An officer was dispatched for a telephone scam complaint. It was determined that no crime had occurred, as no personal information had been provided and no money was lost.
Malicious Mischief – 13100 blk Harbour Heights Dr.
An officer responded to a malicious mischief report. The above address has been egged four times in the past month.
Violation –1200 blk Mukilteo Ln.
An officer responded to Japanese Gulch near the community garden for someone digging in the woods. The officer was still on scene at press time.
Collision – 11700 blk SR-525
An officer responded to the police station for a hit-and-run report that occurred earlier in the day. The officer was still on-scene at press time.
Suspicious – 8200 blk SR-525
A caller reported suspicious activity at the old auto-lube/carwash. The caller said subjects were moving things in and out of the lube bays. Upon arrival, an officer contacted a man who said that he was renting the place with the intent of opening a barbecue shop and hand car wash business. He has been allowing others to use the lube bays for storage. They were in the process of cleaning the place up in preparation for the business.
Harassment – 3900 blk Pacific Pl.
An attorney for a woman complained that a man was harassing him. The attorney said that the woman and man had a former dating relationship, and that she had an order against the man that the court dismissed yesterday. The man has since called and texted the woman numerous times because he wants an apology from her. The woman told the man that if he had been in court yesterday, he would have received his apology. The woman said that she wanted the man to stop bothering her. The woman has since moved and is in fear that the man will continue to harass her, as well. An officer left a voicemail for the man advising him to stop bothering the attorney and the woman. The officer also advised the woman to get a new order in King County against the man. The attorney said that he was also going to apply for anti-harassment order against the man the next day.
Suspicious – 12300 blk H.P. Blvd.
A resident thought she saw something suspicious on her front door that might have been evidence of an attempted break-in. An officer inspected the “damage” and determined that it was very old, cracked and yellowed calking. He assured her that it was not damage from an attempted burglary.
Fireworks – 42nd Ave. W. & 47th Pl. W.
A caller reported hearing fireworks nearby. They were not located.
Traffic – 4500 blk H.P. Blvd.
A caller complained that a blue Hyundai Accent nearly struck him in the crosswalk. The driver then parked the car and walked away. The complainant described the driver as a 20-year-old white man. The officer located the driver, who denied almost hitting the caller. The officer asked the driver to slow down and watch out for kids on skateboards.
Suspicious – 11100 blk Chennault Beach Rd.
A caller reported that an occupant in a small light blue pickup truck drove past him and threw a fast-food drink cup at him, striking him. The vehicle then drove past the caller’s wife and the occupants threw a second cup at her, which missed. The caller said that as the truck drove past again, he stuck his hand out get it to stop and knocked the mirror off the passenger side of the vehicle. The caller did not want to make a report, but if the officers found the driver, he wanted an apology. The caller was uninjured. Officers did an extensive search of the area without success. The caller reported that they did get a partial license plate on the vehicle. An officer asked dispatch to do a search on the limited plate information. The search returned with several similar vehicles, but none were registered in Snohomish County.
Follow-Up – 10200 blk Quil Ceda Blvd.
The Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office recovered a stolen Ford F150 in Marysville. The vehicle was drivable and both plates were attached. No arrests were made. The vehicle was returned to the owner at the scene.
Possession Stolen Property 2 – 700 blk Washington Ave.
The property owner reported that he was evicting a woman because she was several months behind in her rent for her room. He told an officer that when he went into the room, he found a passport, mail, Netflix DVDs and a checkbook, none of which was in the woman’s name. When the property owner saw this, he backed out and called the officer. The officer wrote the search warrant. The city prosecutor reviewed it, and the commissioner signed the warrant. Officers served the warrant and searched the room. They found a variety of suspected stolen property, from passports, to IDs, checks and more mail. Of note: The woman was arrested on a Department of Corrections warrant out of Edmonds on Wednesday and booked into the Snohomish County Jail on the warrant as well as for mail theft and third-degree theft.
Animal – 1100 blk 3rd St.
A caller reported that the neighbor’s dog was howling. Upon arrival, an officer heard the dog howl once, for about 30 seconds, then stop. The caller was upset that the dog had been left alone and wanted the officer to “order” a friend or family member to take it home. The officer explained why that was not possible. The officer learned that the dog’s owners should be returning home on July 12.
Civil – 4600 blk 88th St. S.W.
A caller reported that she traded in a PS4 and left her personal information on the hard drive. She said that there had been some activity on her Netflix account. She was advised to contact Sony and Netflix to deactivate her accounts.
Attempt to Contact – 600 blk Front St.
Langley police advised that a man was on the next arriving ferry and had an active misdemeanor warrant. Upon arrival, the foot passengers had already disembarked. The man was not located.
Burglary – 12500 blk 63rd Pl. W.
A caller reported that he left the house at about 6 a.m. When he returned at 2 p.m. he found his garage door open and screws were missing from his front door. He said that nothing was missing from the garage, and it did not look like entry was made into the house.
Traffic – 2600 blk SR-525
A caller reported that ferry traffic was backing up. Washington State Patrol was advised.
Noise – 5000 blk Graham Way
A caller reported that a neighbor was playing a loud electric guitar with the windows open. The neighbor agreed to quiet it down.
Warrant – 5000 blk Graham Way
A subject from an above call was arrested on misdemeanor warrants out of Mountlake Terrace and Kirkland and booked into the Snohomish County Jail.
Traffic – 11700 blk SR-525
An officer was dispatched to check for a gray BMW with the occupants honking and yelling at pedestrians. The vehicle was gone on arrival.
Noise – 5500 blk 87th Ct.
A caller reported the sounds of a loud pressure washer. It was not in violation of the noise ordinance and the operator advised he would be finished shortly.
Suspicious – 10800 blk H.P. Blvd.
Officers were dispatched to check for two subjects smoking marijuana in the back parking lot of the school. The subjects were gone on arrival.
Collision – H.P. Blvd. & SR-525
An officer was dispatched to check for a two-vehicle collision. They were gone on arrival.
DUI – H.P. Blvd. S.W. & SR-525
Officers responded to a two-vehicle collision with no reported injuries. One of the drivers was arrested for DUI and processed by a Target Zero Task Force unit. The driver provided a breathalyzer sample of .158 and .160.
Public Assist – 11000 blk 60th Ave. W.
A caller reported that she was housesitting and was concerned after letting the homeowner’s son into the residence that perhaps he was not supposed to be there. An officer called the homeowner who reluctantly agreed to allow their son to stay the night there.
Public Assist – 700 blk 2nd St.
A caller reported that she is working on a retaining wall repair and is concerned because the wall appears to have shifted about 1 inch since the previous night. She was going to monitor it and contact City Hall on Monday.
Runaway – 7300 blk 46th Ave. W.
A caller reported his daughter as a runaway.
Hazard – 7200 blk 48th Ave. W.
A caller reported a 6 inch hole near the curb. He said that he would put a cone over it. An officer notified Public Works.
Public Assist – 800 blk 8th St.
An officer was dispatched for a harassment report. The caler advised that he received two phone calls that were probably wrong numbers. The officer explained how to block them.
Disturbance – 700 blk Front St.
Officers responded to the fishing pier for a disturbance between two men. They had argued about their crabbing lines getting crossed. They agreed to get along or leave the pier.
Traffic – 1600 blk Goat Trail Rd.
An officer was dispatched for a recklessly driven vehicle. It was not located.
Suspicious – 4600 blk H.P. Blvd.
A caller reported that she had seen on the news that a juvenile was reported missing and was currently at the library. The officer found that he had already been located and the missing status removed.
Disturbance – 700 blk Front St.
Officers responded to a disturbance. The caller reported that a man was threatening to break his kayak. The other man call 911 to report that the caller was blocking access to the beach with his kayak. The officers were still on scene at the time of this report.
Disturbance – 600 blk Front St.
A caller reported that a subject in a Cadillac became physical after a minor collision in the parking lot. The suspect was located and the incident will be referred for a hit-and-run.
Civil – 12700 blk 60th Ave. W.
A caller reported her window was broken by a group of golfers but was unable to positively confirm who was responsible. An officer spoke with several golfers who were part of a company tournament and they denied involvement. A company employee advised they would track down the subject responsible and work with the homeowner on repairs.
Theft – 11800 blk Possession Way
A caller reported that her bicycle was stolen this afternoon.
Traffic – 6500 blk Harbour Heights Pkwy.
An officer was dispatched to check for a vehicle heard doing donuts in the parking lot. The vehicle was gone on arrival.
Public Assist – 6000 blk St. Andrews Dr.
A caller requested to speak with an officer about how she could prevent her residence from getting egged in the future.
Fireworks – 13400 blk 45th Ct.
An officer was dispatched to check for fireworks. A father and son were warned and agreed to stop.
Noise – 10800 blk H.P. Blvd.
An officer was dispatched to a report of loud music at the ball fields. It was a Relay For Life cancer event. They agreed to turn the music down.
Assault 4 – 4500 blk 75th St. S.W.
A caller reported that her husband grabbed her by the neck and tried to throw her. He then reportedly tried to prevent her from calling 911. He was arrested and booked into the Snohomish County Jail.
Party – 4700 blk 87th St. S.W.
An officer was dispatched to a loud outdoor party. A parent agreed to bring a young group of teens inside for the night.
Noise – 4800 blk 100th Pl. S.W.
An officer was dispatched to a report of two subjects being loud in a backyard. They agreed to quiet down.
Lost – 600 blk Front St.
A subject lost a set of keys to a Lexus at the beach.
Noise – 10800 blk H.P. Blvd.
An officer was dispatched to a report of loud music. It was the Relay for Life and they agreed to turn the music down some more.
Open Door – 5600 blk 104th Pl. S.W.
A caller reported that while on a walk she noticed a neighbor’s door was standing open. She said that she was concerned because an elderly couple live there. The officer found that the homeowner had left the door open while his dog went outside.
Follow-Up – 7300 blk 46th Ave. W.
A caller was concerned that his runaway daughter might come by his house while he was gone this afternoon. He requested extra patrol. She was not located.
Found – 5200 blk 107th St. S.W.
A caller reported finding a Garmin GPS in her yard. It appeared to be functioning but had no personal information in board. System access was down for the day, so it was unknown if it was reported stolen. She said that it was not in her yard the previous day.
Suspicious – Blue Heron Blvd. & H.P. Blvd. S.W.
An officer was dispatched for a report of two men wearing T-shirts and masks on their faces. They were not located.
Juvenile – 2100 blk Clover Ct.
A caller reported that on July 5 three neighbor juveniles trespassed and tried to light some Styrofoam on fire in his yard. There was no damage and the parents apologized to the caller. The caller requested a case report in the event there were further problems.
Noise – 4800 blk Pointes Dr.
A caller reported that juveniles were being loud while using a wading pool and that the parents were not cooperative. An officer suggested he discuss the matter with the homeowners association.
Violation – 600 blk Front St.
An officer was dispatched to the park on a report of driftwood being used in a fire pit. Several fire pits contained driftwood. The officer removed it from the pits and warned several subjects.
Civil – 4900 blk 88th St. S.W.
A caller reported smoke was entering his residence from a bonfire in the neighbor’s yard. The neighbor had a very small campfire that was in compliance.
Suspicious – 10500 blk 47th Pl. W.
A caller in Kirkland reported seeing a posting on the “Whisper” app (specializes in anonymous posts) from someone claiming to be a 16-year-old girl who said she recently had a miscarriage and was being used as a sex slave by her father. The caller sent a message to the person who made the posting and they stated they had recently been released from Providence Hospital and lived in the Mukilteo area. The information is under investigation.
Disturbance – 4300 blk Chennault Beach Rd.
Officers responded to a disturbance between the manager and a group of customers. The group agreed to leave.
Suspicious – 13100 blk Harbour Heights Dr.
A caller reported hearing someone cough outside and thought they might be in her backyard. No one was located.
Fireworks – 7200 blk 44th Pl. W.
An officer was dispatched to check for fireworks. They were gone on arrival.
Welfare Check/Assist Law – 2600 blk SR-525
Officers were dispatched to check for a 17-year-old boy who, according to third-hand reports, had reportedly been drinking alcohol with friends five hours ago and became separated from his friends. The officers conducted an extensive search but did not locate him. An officer spoke with his mother in Bothell who advised he had last been seen there at 1:30 p.m. and had lied about where he was going. She called the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office to report him as a runaway.
Welfare Check – 9600 blk Harbour Pl.
Officers were dispatched to check the welfare of a subject sleeping in a vehicle. The occupant fell asleep while using the Internet on his phone. He agreed to leave.
Welfare Check – 10300 blk 53rd Ave. W.
An officer was dispatched to the location for a welfare check. Upon contacting the caller, it was discovered that she was just trying to get her sister’s boyfriend arrested. She thought there was a restraining order in place between her sister and her sister’s boyfriend, and she did not agree with the relationship. Once it was determined that there was no order and no cause for concern, the caller did not want a welfare check done.
Traffic – 8000 blk SR-525
An officer was dispatched to a report of a black Lexus heading southbound on the Speedway dragging its bumper. The vehicle was not located.
Theft – 4700 blk Chennault Beach Rd.
An officer responded to a theft report. It was determined that a $3,000 concrete saw had been stolen sometime between Friday and Saturday. The saw had been left unsecured at the site.
Animal – 6400 blk Chennault Beach Dr.
An officer responded to a barking dog complaint. The officer attempted contact with the dog owner, but no one was home. The complainant requested a call from the animal control officer when she returns to work.
Theft – 9600 blk Harbour Pl.
An officer responded to a report of a hotel guest who was checking out but did not have the funds to pay. The officer stood by while the guest made arrangements with her father to pay the bill.
Malicious Mischief – 1100 blk 4th St.
An officer responded to a malicious mischief complaint. It was determined that on July 13 someone smashed the rear window of the caller’s truck. There were no suspects and the caller was only requesting extra patrol.
Collision – 10200 blk Harbour Pl.
An officer responded to a report of hit-and-run collision. The caller’s vehicle had been struck by another vehicle earlier in the day. There was no suspect information.
Collision – 11700 blk SR-525
An officer responded to a two-car collision. Upon arrival it was determined to be non-reportable and the Officer stood by while the drivers exchanged information.
Disturbance – 3900 blk H.P. Blvd. S.W.
Officers responded to a report of a disturbance. Dispatch advised that a woman was intoxicated and going door-to-door looking for her husband. The manager contacted the officers at the entrance and stated that they were not needed, as he had taken care of the problem.
Suspicious – 12600 blk SR-525
An officer was dispatched to a report of several juveniles sitting under a tree drinking water. She said she would ask them to leave and, if they did not, she would call the officer back.
Traffic – 92nd St. S.W. & SR-525
An officer was dispatched to a report of an erratically driven white sedan. The vehicle was gone on arrival.
Collision – 8000 blk SR-525
An officer was dispatched to a two-vehicle collision. The officer was still on scene at press time.
Nuisance – 12500 blk 63rd Pl. W.
An officer was dispatched to a report of two transient men in the woods next to the community park. The subjects reportedly had two large backpacks and a pit bull. Officers were still en-route at press time.
Collision – 40th Ave. W. & SR-526
Officers responded to a blocking collision. No further information was available.
Collision – 3800 blk H.P. Blvd. S.W.
Three vehicles were turning left from SR-525 onto westbound Harbour Pointe Boulevard S.W. Vehicle 1 rear-ended Vehicle 2 and pushed Vehicle 2 into Vehicle 3. Some of the occupants complained of minor injuries. None of the vehicles were impounded.
Warrant – 5000 blk 84th St. S.W.
Officers responded to a noise complaint. The officers contacted numerous subjects inside the residence. One of the subjects had two $2,500 warrants for driving with a suspended license out of Mukilteo and was booked into the county jail. The others agreed to keep the noise down.
Vehicle Prowl – 7100 blk 44th Pl. W.
A caller reported that sometime during the night of July 12 an unknown person entered his unlocked car and took about $8 and his vehicle registration.
Suspicious – 12500 blk 63rd Pl. W.
A complainant reported that he saw three juveniles park at the end of the cul-de-sac and walk into the woods with a backpack. They were not located.
Fire – 3900 blk H.P. Blvd. S.W.
An officer responded to a small, smoldering bark fire. Employees were already putting water on it, and the officer assisted them.
Traffic – 5000 blk 84th St. S.W.
A caller reported speeding vehicles and requested extra patrols.
Noise – 7200 blk 45th Pl. W.
Officers responded to a possible verbal domestic violence situation. The officers found that the sole occupant was watching a loud movie.
Noise – 5400 blk H.P. Blvd.
Officers responded to a subject talking loudly on his cellphone. The officers spoke with him, and he agreed to keep the noise down.
Public Assist – 11600 blk Grove Dr.
A caller was very upset because she locked herself out of her residence. Officers climbed through a window and let her in.
DWLS 3– Bellingham
A Bellingham work release advised that they were releasing a man who had an outstanding Mukilteo warrant for driving with a suspended license for $500. Bellingham police wanted to know if Mukilteo officers wanted to respond and pick him up. A supervisor declined due to the distance and staffing.
911 Hang-Up – 11800 blk Possession Way
An officer was dispatched to the location for a 911 hang-up. Upon arrival, an officer spoke with a man who was concerned about a door-to-door salesman. Officer advised the man he would check for a solicitor.
Assist Fire – 000 SR-525
Dispatch advised that CPR was in progress for a subject on the ferry. The call was referred to Washington State Patrol.
Traffic – 76th St. S.W. & SR-525
A caller reported that ferry traffic was backed up to 76th Street S.W. Dispatch was advised to notify Washington State Patrol.
Traffic – Goat Trail Rd. & SR-525
A caller was complaining of ferry traffic blocking sight because she almost got in a collision at Goat Trail Road. Dispatch forwarded the complaint to Washington State Patrol.
Collision – Beverly Park Rd. & SR-525
An officer was dispatched to a hit-and-run collision. It was determined to not be a hit-and-run collision and that the collision occurred in un-incorporated Snohomish County. The collision was referred to the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office.
Animal – 5th St. & SR-525
An officer was dispatched to a report of a small dog in a white car. The officer was still en-route at press time.
Suspicious – 9800 blk SR-525
Officers responded to a report of a male walking in the roadway. He agreed to stay out of the roadway.
DWLS 3 – 12800 blk Beverly Park Rd.
An officer stopped a driver for driving with a suspended license and also cited him for driving without liability insurance.
Warrant – 8500 blk SR-525
Officers observed a male walking and knew him to have a no-bail felony warrant for a burglary, theft, ID theft patrol violation. After a short foot chase, the officers took him into custody and he was ultimately booked into the Denney Youth Center on the warrant.
Hit-and-Run – 700 blk Front St.
A caller reported that another unknown vehicle struck his vehicle while it was parked in the covered parking lot. There are no suspects at this time.
Violations – 700 blk Front St.
Officers responded to multiple fishing violations and cited three subjects for crabbing season violations. They also cited another subject for fishing without a license.
Warrant/Suspicious – 8900 blk 56th Pl. W.
A caller reported that there was a suspicious vehicle parked in front of a house and there were many subjects going in and out. Officers spoke with several subjects outside of the house. One of the subjects had a $2,600 DUI warrant out of Everett, a no-bail attempted forgery warrant out of Marysville and a $2,500 Everett warrant for attempted forgery. The subject was ultimately booked into the county jail on the warrants. Another subject had a warrant for marijuana possession out of Colfax County, but it was not extraditable.
Hit-and-Run – 10200 blk SR-525
A caller reported that he was traveling southbound on SR-525 and a white Camaro came up behind him very fast and rear-ended his vehicle. The Camaro fled the scene and a witness got a possible plate. This plate was incorrect, but the officer had a search done and found the correct plate and responded to the registered owner’s address in Everett. With assistance from Everett officers, the officer interviewed the registered owner and he admitted to driving the vehicle and fleeing the scene. The officer cited him for hit-and-run.
Warrant – 9500 blk SR-525
Officers stopped a vehicle for numerous traffic violations and found that the driver had a $250 warrant out of Everett for driving with a suspended license, a $5,050 warrant out of Snohomish County for third-degree theft and a $2,500 warrant for third-degree theft out of Marysville. Her driver’s license was also suspended. There were numerous items in the vehicle that appeared to possibly be stolen, there were possible drugs and other suspicious items inside and neither the driver nor the passenger wanted officers to search the vehicle. The driver also had a $5 bill in her wallet that had been washed and made into a $100 bill. Officers were unable to contact the registered owner of the vehicle, which was unsafe to drive. The officers secured the vehicle for a possible search warrant, impounded it and booked the driver into the county jail on her warrants. The rest is under investigation.
Juvenile – 12300 blk H.P. Blvd.
Officers located numerous traffic cones and rocks completely blocking the roadway at and located two juveniles hiding and watching nearby. Officers also discovered that one of the juveniles also took his parents’ BMW without their knowledge and it was parked nearby. His parents did not want to pursue the issue, and the juveniles were warned for disorderly conduct and released to their parents.