Log of 911 calls to Mukilteo police for week of July 2 | Police Beat
Follow-Up –10900 blk Villa Monte Dr.
A caller requested contact from an officer in regards to his dog that had been taken to PAWS. The officer contacted him and then contacted PAWS. His dog was released back to him.
Vehicle Prowl – 5000 blk 84th St. S.W.
A caller reported that someone entered his unlocked vehicle overnight and took fishing gear and a pair of Nikon binoculars. There are no suspects.
Malicious Mischief – 5300 blk Harbour Pointe Blvd.
An officer was dispatched for a malicious mischief report. Maintenance employees requested extra patrol during the weekends for the pool due to groups of juveniles jumping the fence and leaving garbage in the pool area.
Information – 5000 blk 88th St. S.W.
An officer received information from the prosecutor’s office that a subject reported to them an alleged threat with a knife from his neighbor. The officer attempted to contact the subject, but he was not home. The officer left him a voicemail message with instructions to call 911 and report the incident.
Agency Assist – 600 blk Front St.
The Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office requested assistance locating a missing dementia patient on a transit bus. SnoPac advised that SCSO was requesting the bus be stopped and it was currently on Front Street at the bus stop. An officer actually located the bus on Harbour Pointe Boulevard and stopped it. The missing patient was not on the bus. The officer was later notified that the patient was located on Front Street and taken home by a deputy.
Animal – 12600 blk Eagles Nest Dr.
A caller requested contact because of a baby duck stuck in a storm drain. When an officer arrived, he discovered five baby ducks in the drain. Public Works was notified and responded to remove the ducks.
Vehicle Prowl – 11700 blk SR-525
An officer was dispatched to the police station to contact a complainant in regards to a vehicle prowl that occurred. He advised that between 11:15 a.m. and 12:15 p.m., someone broke his rear window to his vehicle and took a pair of Oakley sunglasses.
Juvenile – 46th Pl. W. & 88th St. S.W.
An officer responded for a report of several juveniles (ages 8 to 12) throwing “Pop Its” at cars. The juveniles were gone on arrival.
Nuisance – Front St. & SR-525
A caller requested an officer check on a man with a sandwich board with “ugly things about the president on it.” The caller was concerned the board was blocking the sidewalk. It was not.
Collision – Goat Trail Rd. & SR-525
Officers responded to a four-vehicle “fender bender.” Two vehicles were towed. Aid was declined.
Burglary – 8400 blk 44th Ave. W.
A homeowner arrived home to find that the front door was forced open. Entry was made within the previous hour. Officers checked the house but found no suspects. Stolen property included jewelry and a laptop computer.
Trespassing – 100 blk Park Ave.
A caller reported trespassers on the old oil docks who appeared to be crabbing. When officers arrived, they discovered a new fence barring them from getting onto the dock. Everett police did not have a boat available. The call was routed to Fish and Wildlife due to the probable fishing violation.
Trespassing – 600 blk Front St.
An officer contacted a group of juveniles who were on the railroad tracks. They were warned for trespassing.
Animal – 4400 blk Chennault Beach Rd.
A caller reported that a duckling was stuck in a storm drain. With the help of the onlookers, officers were able to get the grate off, and scoop the duckling out with a net. The duckling was reunited with its family.
Violation – 5000 blk 88th St. S.W.
A caller reported that his neighbor was playing music with his children in his backyard. The neighbor was also reportedly spraying his own children with the hose, speaking badly about the caller to his own children, and antagonizing the caller with his dogs. An officer told the caller that none of those things appeared to be a violation of the order, but that he was free to file an affidavit of violation with the Everett District Court.
Suspicious – Double Eagle Dr. & H.P. Blvd.
A complainant reported that she lost her iPhone, which had a tracking app, and that it was now moving. She requested assistance from a police officer. An officer determined that the app showed that the phone was inside the school, and had likely been turned into Lost and Found.
Traffic – Beverly Park Rd. & SR-525
An officer stopped a driver for failing to transfer the title within 45 days, and cited the driver for the above listed charge, and no liability insurance.
Substance – 5th St. & Webster Way
A complainant reported that some subjects at a nearby residence were smoking something other than marijuana in a shed. An officer contacted a man and three of his friends. The complainant was correct: They were smoking something other than marijuana. They were smoking cigarettes.
Domestic Violence – 1600 blk Highland Terrace Ct.
A woman reported that her boyfriend drove home drunk, ran his pickup truck into the garage door, kicked-in the front door, assaulted her and then fled on foot. An officer developed probable cause for fourth-degree assault and malicious mischief. An Edmonds K9 team responded and attempted to track the boyfriend without success.
Hazard – Cyrus Way & H.P. Blvd. S.W.
An officer assisted a motorist who had run out of gas at the intersection. The officer stood by with the vehicle (gray Dodge Caliber) while the driver retrieved some fuel from the Arco gas station.
Found – 600 blk Front St.
While on patrol, an officer found a Samsung cellphone in the Lighthouse Park. It was placed into found property.
Runaway – 1800 blk SR-525
A woman reported her daughter as a runaway again.
Harassment – 12100 blk Harbour Reach Dr.
An officer was dispatched to the police station for a report of telephone harassment. The victim was getting numerous phone calls at her place of employment from someone claiming to be from the IRS wanting her to pay her taxes or get arrested. She did not fall for the scam.
Hazard – 600 blk Front St.
An officer checked for a semi-truck and trailer blocking the roadway. The officer discovered the driver was lost and tried to turn around near the lighthouse. Officers directed traffic and assisted the driver in getting turned around.
Welfare Check – 600 blk Front St.
While assisting on the above call, officers were flagged down by a park-goer. The subject advised there were small children left unattended on the beach. The officers found the children were not unattended, as several adults were with them.
Theft – 12500 blk SR-525
A caller reported that her debit card was stolen from Starbucks back in May. She advised that there had also been purchases made with the card and she needed a case number for her bank.
Welfare Check – 4500 blk H.P. Blvd.
A woman called from California and requested officers check on her uncle. She advised that she speaks with him everyday and she has not heard from him in several days. She said that he had health issues. There was no answer at the door. Apartment maintenance unlocked the apartment, and the officers found that no one was home. The niece was advised.
Suspicious – 10900 blk SR-525
An officer was dispatched to the police station for suspicious circumstances. A subject had his scooter parked in front of Lotus with the keys in it. He saw a carload of juveniles take the keys out of the ignition. The subject said he yelled at the juveniles, and they threw the keys on the ground and left. The vehicle was a Ford Taurus registered out of Stanwood.
Juvenile – 13300 blk Harbour Heights Dr.
An officer responded for a complaint about texting and Internet harassment of a resident’s 14-year-old son. The officer learned that the son had just broken up with his girlfriend, and her friends were upset with him. The officer encouraged the boy to stop texting with his former girlfriend and her friends.
Collision – 2300 blk SR-525
An officer was dispatched to a chain reaction collision involving three vehicles. There were no injuries, and one of the vehicles was towed by Hansen’s.
Traffic – 42nd Ave. & Harbour Heights Dr.
An officer was dispatched to look for a gray Mazda 3, occupied by two females driving around the neighborhood yelling out the windows. The vehicle was not located.
Traffic – SR-525 at Beverly Park Rd.
A passer-by complained about a gray Honda RSX hatchback that he observed speeding and driving recklessly. The description was forwarded to the Washington State Patrol, as it was heading out of the city.
DWLS 3 – 10200 blk SR-525
An officer stopped a car because the driver was using a cellphone while driving. He cited the driver for the reason for the stop as well as for operating a vehicle without liability insurance and driving with a suspended license.
Malicious Mischief – 13000 blk Harbour Heights Dr.
An officer responded to a report of a house that had been egged for the third time. A witness provided the name of a suspect. The officer contacted the suspect’s father, who was not helpful. The suspect’s mother called the suspect. The officer learned that the suspect and his friend cleaned the eggs off the house.
Warrant – 9600 blk SR-525
An officer stopped a vehicle for a defective headlight. The officer found that the driver had an outstanding misdemeanor warrant for unlawful discharge of a weapon out of Redmond. He was arrested on the warrant, and the officer conducted a warrant meet with a Redmond officer in Bothell. The vehicle was left legally parked.
Civil – 12700 55th Ave. W.
A complainant called on behalf of an exchange student. The student’s “host mother” was evicting her several days early, and would not let the girl back into the house to reclaim her belongings. The host mother said the girl was supposed to be out of the house this morning. An officer stood by while the girl looked through her room and made sure her stuff was all packed. A neighbor took the girl to Lynnwood where she was planning to stay with another exchange student.
Assist Fire – 12300 blk H.P. Blvd.
The Fire Department requested an officer stand by while firefighters checked an apartment for reported flooding and the strong odor of marijuana. The officer learned that a pipe leading from the unit’s hot water tank broke and flooded the apartment. The smell of marijuana was coming from a different unit.
Juvenile – 600 blk Front St.
A park attendant called to report that 30 juveniles continued to linger after their bonfire was extinguished, and they had been told it was time to leave. He reported that some members of the party were arguing with each other. The officer did not witness any arguing. He asked the lingerers to leave, which they did in short order.
Traffic – 8300 blk SR-525
An officer stopped a car for expired tabs. When he got to the vehicle’s darkly tinted back window, he noticed a temporary tag, which had been altered with a more current date, but was expired. The officer cited the driver for a trip permit violation, as well as expired tabs over 2 months and no liability insurance. The officer booked the temporary tag into evidence.
Open Door – 13600 47th Pl. W.
A neighbor across the street called about an open door at a house in unincorporated Snohomish County. The complainant reported that the residents had been evicted. When officers arrived, they found a black Acura parked crooked on the street and facing the wrong way. The driver’s door was missing, and the front airbags were deployed. Officers found the front and back doors wide open, along with several windows. Although the house is in the county, the officers entered to check it for intruders. The officers found that the interior of the house was trashed. Holes were punched and kicked in the walls of many of the rooms. Food was dumped on the floor, a large plant was dumped on the living room carpet, one of the bedrooms smelled strongly of urine and there was pet feces on the upstairs landing. Several bathroom fixtures (a tub, at least one toilet) were removed. The power was also shut off. The officers marked the Acura for impound.
Suspicious – 9500 blk 49th Ave. W.
A complainant reported hearing two gunshots in the greenbelt. The officers found nothing suspicious, and could hear nobody in the greenbelt.
Suspicious – 8500 blk SR-525
Officers were dispatched to the Towneplace Suites for a suspicious white Honda CRV with a Kansas license plate on the front of the vehicle and a California plate on the rear. According to hotel security, the vehicle had been parked there all day. The officers determined that the plates were both clear, and that the California plate was supposed to be on the car. They also found that the Kansas plate was to a different vehicle registered to the same owner of the CRV. An officer was unable to contact the vehicle owner, who was not registered at the hotel under the name on the vehicle registration. The officer left a card on the windshield asking the owner to remove the front plate.
Found – 13200 blk 42nd Ave. W.
A complainant reported finding syringes in the roadway. An officer located the syringes and disposed of them in a sharps container.
Agency Assist – 12200 blk Marine View Dr.
The Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office requested an officer assist in searching for a burglary suspect who walked into a garage and attempted to steal a bicycle. He was not located.
Agency Assist – 600 blk Front St.
Washington State Patrol was out with a woman who said that she was hearing voices. They requested an officer to assist. They determined that the woman had just gotten out of the hospital on Whidbey Island that morning. The Fire Department took her to Swedish Hospital to be checked.
Theft – 7200 blk 48th Ave. W.
A caller reported several online debit charges were made without his authorization.
Theft – 12500 blk Evergreen Dr.
A caller reported that she set her phone down the previous evening when an ex-employee came in to pick up his check. After he left, the phone was gone. The case is under investigation.
Vehicle Theft – 5400 blk H.P. Blvd .
A caller reported that sometime during the previous night someone took his 1998 Ford pickup truck. He requested that it not be impounded when located.
Fireworks – 5000 blk 99th St. S.W.
An officer responded to a report of fireworks. Nothing was located.
Traffic – SR-525 & SR-526
An officer was dispatched for a report of a speeding BMW. It was not located.
Suspicious – 900 blk 5th St.
A caller reported he received a call from someone claiming to be from the IRS and directing him to send $3,000. He did not send it.
Traffic – Paine Field Blvd.& SR-525
A caller reported a gray Toyota Corolla passed on the right and “almost ran her off the road.” It was not located.
Disturbance – SR-525 & Clover Lane
Officers were dispatched for a report of a disturbance between an older man and two younger men. Upon arrival, the officers found that they had been arguing over placement in the ferry line. The dispute had been resolved prior to the officers’ arrival.
Suspicious – 800 blk 2nd St.
Officers were dispatched to the above business for an unknown occupied vehicle in the underground parking. The officers were still en route at the time of this report.
Assist Law/Collision – 9300 blk Paine Field Blvd.
Officers responded to a non-injury collision that occurred in the county. The Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office later responded.
Found/Theft – 1500 blk Mukilteo Ln.
An officer was dispatched to a report of found mail along the side of the road. The mail was stolen from three residences. A check and video game were missing.
Welfare Check – 46700 blk H.P. Blvd.
An officer was dispatched to check for a man who was stumbling along the side of the roadway. The subject was gone on arrival.
Parking – 4500 blk H.P. Blvd.
A tenant reported a vehicle was double parked in a disabled space/parking space. A caller also requests extra patrol for speeding vehicles in the parking lot.
Juvenile – 11100 blk Chennault Beach Rd.
An officer was dispatched to a report of nine juveniles throwing furniture in the pool area and jumping on the hot tub cover. The juveniles were warned and trespassed from the area by security.
Follow-Up – 1800 blk SR-525
A runaway returned home tonight. Her runaway status was removed from the computer system.
Fireworks – Mukilteo Blvd.
A requested a check for fireworks heard in the area. An officer heard some in the Everett area, but did not locate any locally.
DUI – 12100 blk Greenhaven
An officer was dispatched to check on a possible DUI in a Honda Pilot. The driver was visiting from Canada and was not intoxicated.
Noise – 5900 blk 96th St. S.W.
An officer was dispatched to a report of a barking dog. A warning notice was left at the residence.
Party – 5200 blk 87th Pl. S.W.
A caller reported her neighbors were being loud. They agreed to quiet down.
Warrant – 5200 blk 87th Pl. S.W.
A homeowner on the above call was arrested on a warrant out of Everett for DUI and booked into the county jail.
Noise – 1100 blk 2nd St.
A caller reported hearing yelling in the area. Officers checked but did not see or hear anyone. Four unoccupied vehicles that were possible related and parked at the dog park were cited for parking violations. The owners later showed up and were warned for trespassing in the gulch park.
Violation – 5200 blk 86th Pl. S.W.
A caller reported that her ex-boyfriend, who lives in New York, was using her cellphone’s GPS to track her in violation of a court order. The case is under investigation.
Assault – 10700 blk SR-525
An officer responded to Compass Health for an assault complaint. One of the health care providers was assaulted by one of the patients. The case will be sent to the prosecutor.
Harassment – 4100 blk H.P. Blvd. S.W.
A caller reported that her dad is a patient at the dental office and was upset over an appointment. He called several time then started calling her names. She said that she would apply for a no contact order.
Information – Glenwood Ave. & W. Mukilteo Blvd.
Everett police reported that the registered owner of a stolen vehicle saw the vehicle. He said that it was eastbound but wanted Mukilteo officers notified in case it headed that way. It was not located.
Traffic – 84th St. S.W. & SR-525
An officer was dispatched for a report of two vehicles involved in a road rage situation. They were gone on arrival.
Theft – 11100 Chennault Beach Rd.
An officer responded to an apartment for a theft that occurred during the past month.
Suspicious – 1100 blk 5th St.
A caller reported hearing subjects possibly drinking under the 5th Street overpass. Officers did not locate anyone violating the park rules.
DUI – H.P. Blvd. S.W. & SR-525
An officer was dispatched to check for a possible DUI in a Subaru Forester. The vehicle was gone on arrival.
Fireworks – 12100 blk Greenhaven
An officer was dispatched to check for fireworks in the park behind the apartment complex. Several juveniles fled prior to arrival and were not located.
Assist Fire – 4500 blk H.P. Blvd.
Officers responded to an alarm at the apartment complex that was determined to be a fire alarm. The smell of smoke was coming from the listed unit. Firefighters and police entered and found a woman unconscious, likely from smoke inhalation from a stove fire. A cat was found deceased, likely from the smoke. The woman was transported by aid to a hospital. She said that she fell asleep while something was left cooking on the stove.
Warrant – 3800 blk H.P. Blvd. S.W.
An officer contacted a subject in the AM/PM parking lot and arrested him on a misdemeanor warrant out Mukilteo for failure to transfer his title. He was booked into the Snohomish County Jail.
Suspicious – 12300 blk H.P. Blvd.
A caller reported there was a voicemail message left on his cellphone by someone who threatened to “waste him.” He did not know who the subject was and did not want to file a report.
Welfare Check – Clubhouse Ln. & H.P. Blvd.
Four juveniles flagged down a motorist and said they were lost. The boys were gone on arrival.
Animal – 13200 blk 48th Ave. N.E.
An officer was dispatched to help an owner catch a puppy that had gotten loose.
Suspicious – 4800 blk Hidden Forest Dr.
A caller reported that two 17 to 18 year old males smoke marijuana every day in the parking lot. He called because he objected to the smell coming into his apartment. They were not located.
Suspicious – 13400 blk Pacific Point Ln.
A caller reported that a burgundy Toyota Corolla had been parked in his driveway since this morning. The vehicle was not reported stolen and he advised that he would have it towed.
Traffic – 84th St. S.W. & SR-526
An officer was dispatched for a report of an erratically driven Ford pickup truck. It was gone on arrival.
Animal – 11600 blk H.P. Blvd.
An officer was dispatched for a report of two dogs inside a vehicle with no windows open. The officer found the dogs were in the canopy of the truck with a window open. The dogs did not appear to be in distress. The temperature inside the truck was 70 degrees and it was parked in the shade (on a partially cloudy day).
Found – 4600 blk H.P. Blvd.
A briefcase was found at the library. It was returned to the owner.
Animal – 12300 blk H.P. Blvd.
An officer was dispatched to a barking dog. The apartment was quiet.
Warrant/Violation – 1100 blk 5th St.
An officer stopped a vehicle and arrested a subject on a felony warrant out of California for vehicle theft. He was in the vehicle with a woman in violation of a court order out of California banning him from having contact with her. He was booked into the Snohomish County Jail.
Warrant – Lynnwood
Lynnwood police arrested a subject on a Mukilteo warrant for driving with a suspended license and failure to transfer her title. She was transported to the Snohomish County Jail by a Mukilteo officer.
Runaway – 5800 blk 88th St. S.W.
A caller reported that her son ran away tonight.
Disturbance – 5600 blk 110th Pl. S.W.
A caller reported there were two occupied vehicles in the neighborhood playing loud music and that another neighbor was yelling at them to leave. The vehicles were gone on arrival.
Animal – 900 blk Loveland Ave.
A caller reported that her neighbor’s dog had been barking for the past three days. An officer spoke with the dog owner and gave her a warning.
Animal – 11100 blk Chennault Beach Rd.
A caller reported that his dog escaped from his apartment. It was located a short time later.
Noise – 12300 blk H.P. Blvd.
A caller reported hearing a firework/explosion near the entrance. An officer did not locate any damage or hear any additional fireworks.
Involuntary Committal – 9100 blk 46th Pl. W.
Officers responded to a report of an autistic male that was hitting/biting himself. Officers had to restrain the subject as he was striking his head against a table and biting his arms. He sustained various minor self-inflicted injuries and was transported by aid for an evaluation. An officer sustained a minor bite injury to his wrist and also went to the hospital for a precautionary evaluation.
Warrant – 1800 blk SR-525
A woman reported that her daughter was at her residence and had a warrant out of Denney Youth Center. The officer called DYC and was advised that they did have a confirmed warrant for the daughter for fourth-degree assault and interfering with the reporting of domestic violence. She was arrested and booked into DYC without incident.
Found – 4800 blk 76th St. S.W.
A caller found a bag full of keys in the bushes in the parking lot. They were placed into found property at the police station.
Traffic – 12600 blk SR-525
Employees requested an officer assist with stopping traffic while a semi-truck delivering product to the business backed out onto the Speedway. An officer provided assistance.
Collision – 11700 blk SR-525
Officers responded to a two-vehicle collision with the drivers being verbal with each other. No injuries were reported. Both vehicles were backing out of parking spaces simultaneously and backed into each other. There was minor damage.
Follow-Up – 4600 blk H.P. Blvd.
Officers contacted a runaway at the location. His mother was contacted and she responded and took custody of him. He was removed from runaway status.
Found – 4900 blk 92nd St. S.W.
A man brought a wallet to the police station that he located in the 92nd Street Park. It was booked into found property.
Welfare Check – SR-525 & Washington Ave.
Officers responded to a report of a white woman, about 25 years of age, wearing a red backpack who running in the ferry lane. The woman was crying. The officers were en route at press time.
Collision/DWLS 2 – 12300 blk H.P. Blvd.
A driver pulled out of a parking space and hit an unoccupied vehicle in the parking lot. Officers cited the driver for driving with a suspended license, no insurance and inattention.
Mental – 12100 blk Greenhaven
Officers responded to the location for a woman with a red backpack (very likely the same one from an earlier call) who was screaming uncontrollably and acting strange. The woman was indeed screaming incoherently and appeared to be unable to care for herself. It is unknown if she was on drugs or having mental issues. She said that she boarded a bus but was kicked off for screaming. The Fire Department transported her to a hospital.
Agency Assist – 5600 blk H.P. Blvd.
Everett police reported that they had a hit-and-run collision that occurred in their city and the suspect vehicle was a red GMC truck. The registered owner lived at the above location. Officers responded and spoke with the registered owner’s parents. They told officers that their son currently lived in Everett. Officers passed on a possible address and phone number for the subject to the Everett Police Department.
Custody Dispute – 4800 blk Sterling Way
A caller reported their daughter/step-daughter kicked her 16-year-old son out of the house in January and he has been living with them since then. The daughter now wants her son back. She has further threatened to file charges against her parents for custodial interference and has just generally been harassing them. They got orders against their daughter for the harassment and are in the process of attempting to get custody of their daughter’s son. An officer served the orders on the daughter, but also told the parents that they would have to return the son to his mother until they get custody of him or until he is granted emancipation.
Extra Patrol – 4800 blk 102nd Pl. S.W.
A caller reported that her daughter was attacked last year and has seen subjects in the area between 2-5 p.m. Extra patrols are requested.
Fireworks – 9400 blk 63rd Pl. W.
A complainant reported that during the last two nights, someone has lit off fireworks below his house on the beach and he is worried about it being a fire hazard. An officer spoke with the caller by phone and he said that the fireworks seem to have stopped and will call back if they continue.
Vehicle Theft – 10700 blk SR-525
A caller reported that her maroon ’94 Honda Accord was stolen out of the parking lot between 8 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. today.
Noise – 12000 blk Clubhouse Ln.
A caller reported loud music from the above location. An officer did not hear any loud music at that location or any loud music nearby.
Noise – 8400 blk Smugglers Cove Ln.
A 15-year-old complainant reported that he was horsing around with his sister while they were home alone and they were making a lot of noise. He said that one of the neighbor’s came over and yelled at them, and he was worried that the neighbor would tell his parents.
Suspicious – 11700 blk SR-525
Employees reported that there was a screaming man in the restroom. Officers contacted the man in the restroom, and he appeared to be on narcotics or having some mental problems. The officers found no evidence of drug use inside the restroom and the man left at the request of the employees.
Runaway – 4900 blk 101st Pl. S.W.
A caller reported that his daughter was a runaway out of Shoreline and he believed that she was in the 4900 block of 100th Pl. S.W. Officers eventually located the daughter at the location with numerous juveniles who appeared to be staying there. The house currently has no power or water. The daughter of the homeowner and another juvenile originally lied about the runaway being at the location and charges will likely be forwarded to the juvenile prosecutor. All juveniles, except for one, were returned to their parents. That juvenile’s mother said that it was OK for him to be out. The homeowner said that nobody is supposed to be in the house except her daughter.
Collision – 11100 blk Chennault Beach Rd.
Officers responded to a report of a tan Honda Prelude that was parked wedged between two vehicles. It was determined that the registered owner of the Prelude had parked it across the parking lot last night and inadvertently left it in neutral. The vehicle rolled back into the two vehicles overnight.
Suspicious – 4500 blk 84th St. S.W.
An officer was advised that a subject was parked with a pickup truck and camper. Employees at the church advised the subject had been in the lot since June 27 and they wanted him to leave. Officer contacted the lone occupant and he agreed to leave and did so immediately.
Theft – 12100 blk SR-525
A caller reported that his wallet was stolen from a locker on June 30 around 9 p.m. The case is under investigation.
Information – 12300 blk H.P. Blvd.
A caller reported that she needed to start serving a 30-day sentence tonight at the Snohomish County Jail but she could not make it at the required time to start serving the sentence. She was advised to contact the court.
Collision – SR-525 & 106th St. S.W.
Officers responded to a collision in which a vehicle that collided with a rock wall at the intersection. The driver sustained minor scrapes and was checked by the Fire Department.
Parking – 700 blk Front St.
A caller reported he was trying to park his vehicle and boat trailer at the Mukilteo beach and all the spaces were taken up with vehicles that had no boat trailers. When an officer arrived, there were parking spaces available for vehicles with boat trailers.
DUI – 106th St. S.W. & SR-525
An officer checked for a possible intoxicated driver in a black Toyota pickup that was last seen headed west on 106th Street S.W. A caller indicated the vehicle was all over the roadway. The officer located the vehicle parked and unoccupied at the registered owner’s address.
Collision – SR-525 & Goat Trail Rd.
An officer was dispatched to two-vehicle collision on Goat Trail Road. There were no injuries. No further information was available at press time.
Traffic – 8400 blk SR-525
A caller reported that a brown sedan was weaving through traffic at a high rate of speed. It was not located.
Welfare Check – 4500 blk H.P. Blvd.
A caller requested a welfare check on her brother. She reported that he had some health issues and that she had not been able to reach him. She did not know his apartment number, and the officer was unable to locate him.
Trespass – 600 blk Front St.
A caller reported that there were six juveniles walking on the railroad tracks. They were gone on arrival.
Disturbance – 600 blk Front St.
Officers responded to a report of a woman screaming. On arrival, officers spoke with two women. One woman was very upset and screaming because her friend’s boyfriend said she was fat.