Log of 911 calls to Mukilteo police for week of July 9 | Police Beat

Jul 09, 2014

July 2

Assault – 10700 blk SR-525

A caller reported that she was punched by a patient at about 8 p.m. the previous night. He said that he pushed her but denied punching her. The case will be sent to the prosecutor.

Theft – 11700 blk SR-525

A caller reported that her prescription medication was taken from her vehicle the previous day while the convertible top was down.

Welfare Check – 12300 blk Harbour Pointe Blvd.

0fficers responded to check on a man as his employer reported that he has not shown up for work for two days. There appeared to be no one home. His wife, children and one of their vehicles were gone.

Found – 4600 blk H.P. Blvd.

An officer picked up an iPod that was found in June. It was booked into evidence.

Found – 3800 blk H.P. Blvd. S.W.

An officer picked up a found purse and wallet. There was no identification, and it was booked into evidence.

Traffic – SR-525

A caller reported that ferry traffic was backing up and causing hazards at the cross streets. The call was referred to Washington State Patrol.

Hazard – 1500 blk SR-525

While on patrol, an officer located a disabled vehicle that was adding to the traffic congestion. The officer directed traffic until a tow truck arrived.

Nuisance – 13100 blk 44th Ave. W.

A caller reported that a man came to his door asking for money. He was not located.

Traffic – Goat Trail Rd. & SR-525

An officer was dispatched to a report of heavy traffic. It appeared to be a large amount of ferry traffic due to the upcoming holiday.

Welfare Check – 11900 blk Cyrus Way

An officer was dispatched to check for a disoriented man who thought he was being followed. The man was transported to the triage center.

Fireworks – 5100 blk 81st Pl. S.W.

An officer was dispatched to check for three juveniles setting off fireworks. They were gone on arrival.

Animal – 10800 blk SR-525

An officer was dispatched to check for ducks in the roadway. They were not located.

Traffic – 600 blk Front St.

An officer was dispatched to check for an erratically driven car. It was gone on arrival.

Fireworks – 10800 blk 53rd Ave. W.

An officer was dispatched to check for fireworks. They were not located.

Suspicious – 48th St. & H.P. Blvd.

An officer was dispatched to check on a suspicious blue Ford Taurus. The vehicle was parked in front of the registered owner’s home.

Suspicious – 4400 blk Woodson Crest Ct.

A neighbor reported possibly seeing someone inside a vacant house next door. The residence was secure and officers did not locate anyone.

Trespass – 11100 blk Chennault Beach Rd.

Officers contacted five juveniles in the pool area after hours. They will all be referred for trespassing.

Trespass – 12300 blk H.P. Blvd.

Officers responded to a silent alarm and apprehended four subjects as they fled from the roof. They will all be referred for trespassing.

911 Hang-Up – 8500 blk SR-525

An officer checked on a hang-up call. The front desk reported there was an anonymous complaint of a prostitute and requested an officer make contact. The suspect denied any involvement, but agreed to leave at the request of management.

July 3

Animal – 48th & H.P. Blvd.

An officer located a dead opossum and transported it to PAWS for cremation.

Suspicious – 5400 blk H.P. Blvd.

Officers responded to a report of a man sleeping in a camper. The officers told him he could not sleep on any public or private property without the owner’s permission.

Suspicious – 4900 blk Brighton Pl.

A caller reported that about 5 minutes prior to calling he saw an unknown man at a neighbor’s house load a box into his vehicle and drive away. The caller was concerned because the neighbors were not home. He described the vehicle as a gold Chevy Sedan driven by a black man. An officer contacted the homeowner, who said that he knew no one of that description, and that nothing was missing from the house.

Traffic – 9200 blk SR-525

Officers responded to a report of a driver who had waived a tire iron at other drivers. The officers spoke to one of the drivers at his home. He said that he became angry because he got cut off by another driver. He denied waiving a tire iron.

Traffic – 7600 blk SR-525

A caller reported that ferry traffic was backing up. Washington State Patrol was advised.

Suspicious – 11600 blk H.P. Blvd.

An officer was dispatched to contact a caller regarding substance abuse. She said that her former employer was overprescribing medications. The officer explained how she could report that to the proper state officials.

Lost – 9700 blk Marine View Dr.

An officer was dispatched for a theft report. A caller lost her keys and was concerned, as she was going to be away this evening. She requested extra patrol. The officer advised her that she should have her locks changed.

Suspicious – 2600 blk SR-525

An officer was dispatched to assist the Fire Department with a smoldering stump fire. A witness said that he saw three juveniles running away. The officer was still en route at the time of this report.

Threats – 8200 blk 53rd Ave. W.

A caller reported that her neighbor threatened her and acted as if he was going to force his way into her apartment. An officer met with both parties and advised the caller to obtain a court order.

Burglary – 13500 blk Beverly Park Rd.

A caller reported that her residence was burglarized within the last week. She suspects that friends of her daughter are responsible. The case is under investigation.

Fireworks – 8100 blk 45th Ave. W.

An officer was dispatched to check for fireworks. They were not located.

Animal – 13000 blk Beverly Park Rd.

An officer was dispatched to check for a stray dog. The dog was gone on arrival.

Suspicious – 4800 blk 76th St. S.W.

An officer was dispatched to check for a suspicious subject walking around. The subject was not located.

Fireworks – Front St. & Park Ave.

An officer was dispatched to check for fireworks. They were not located.

Fireworks – 4th St. & Prospect Ave.

An officer was dispatched to check for fireworks. They were not located.

Assault 4 – 4500 blk H.P. Blvd.

Officers were dispatched to a report of a woman heard yelling loudly. A man was arrested for assaulting his daughter during a family argument.

Suspicious – 12000 blk Concord Way

An officer was dispatched to check for a suspicious man on a bicycle. He was gone on arrival.

Fireworks – 700 blk Front St.

An officer was dispatched to check for fireworks. They were not located.

Vehicle Prowl – 900 blk 1st St.

A caller reported that his vehicle was prowled while parked at the train depot sometime today.

Animal – 1100 blk 9th St.

A homeowner reported there was a raccoon in her residence growling at her. It ran out an open kitchen door.

July 4

Animal – 1100 blk 3rd St.

A caller reported that her neighbor abandoned their dog while they were not home. The caller said that the neighbors left for the weekend and left the dog in the backyard. An officer checked on the dog and saw that it had food, water and was adequately cared for. It was unknown if the resident had someone looking after the dog. The caller requested the animal control officer check on the dog tomorrow.

Assault 4 – 8400 blk Smugglers Cove Ln.

An officer was dispatched for a report of physical domestic violence between a father and daughter. The investigation revealed that the daughter assaulted her step-father by kicking a door at him. The door struck him in the head and caused visible injuries. The daughter was booked into the Snohomish County Jail.

Malicious Mischief – 10700 blk SR-525

Employees requested contact in regards to a patient who damaged the sprinkler system in the building this morning. The building was flooded and the damage estimate would be well into the thousands. Employees had evacuated the building and transported the patients to area hospitals. The case is under investigation.

Violation – 5400 blk H.P. Blvd.

A caller reported that her ex-husband was waiting nearby when she dropped her child off. This was in violation of a court order. The order prohibits the caller’s ex-husband from coming within 1,000 feet of her. She told officers that her ex-husband knows the route she takes when she drops her child off, and she has seen him sitting there in the past, but never reported it. The location where the ex-husband parked was well within the 1,000 feet requirement and the caller told officers that she is starting to panic because recently he has been “inching” closer and closer to her when she drives by. She snapped a photograph on her cellphone when she saw him which clearly showed her ex-husband and his vehicle. Officers had Bothell police respond to his residence in an attempt to arrest him, but he was not home. A man identifying himself as the caller’s ex-husband called the officer later, but refused to come to the police station. The case will be sent to the prosecutor.

Animal – 2nd St. & SR-525

Dispatch advised of a third-party report of a dog running loose. Officers were tied up on the above calls and were unable to respond.

Animal – 5000 blk 3rd St.

An officer was dispatched to an anonymous complaint of a barking dog. Officers were still tied up on the above calls and unable to respond.

Fireworks – 800 blk 5th St.

A caller requested officers contact the neighbors because she thought they set off fireworks last night. The call was cleared as patrol information.

Theft – 12300 blk H.P. Blvd.

A complainant came to the police station to report that he was missing some credit cards from his residence and he suspects a “friend” he met two days prior of taking the card. He said it looked like the friend had purchased a train ticket to California with one of the cards and charged thousands of dollars, as well. The case is under investigation.

Traffic – Paine Field Blvd. & SR-525

An officer was dispatched for a report of an unrestrained child in a car. There was no description of the vehicle.

Parking – 600 blk Front St.

An officer was dispatched for a report of multiple vehicles parked in boat trailer parking only at Lighthouse Park. There were more than 50 parking violations. In between calls, officers responded and issued numerous parking citations. While the officers were on scene, drivers continued to park illegally.

Fireworks – 9200 blk 56th Ave. W.

A caller requested an officer check for fireworks going off somewhere behind his house.

Nuisance – 600 blk Front St.

While an officer was in the park on the above call, he received a report of an intoxicated woman walking around with an open beer in her hand. She was described as a white with long red hair and wearing white shorts. She was not located.

Missing Person – 4500 blk 107th St. S.W.

A caller from Seattle reported that he had not seen his uncle since yesterday. The caller said his uncle lives in Tukwila but works in Mukilteo. An officer checked the uncle’s place of employment for his vehicle and it was not there. The nephew said he would call the Tukwila Police Department and report his uncle missing.

Fireworks – 49th Ave. W. & 92nd St. S.W.

An officer was unable to locate a report of fireworks.

Fireworks – Mukilteo

Officers were dispatched to 11 fireworks complaints throughout the city. When they found somebody lighting fireworks, the officers issued warnings. Everybody they contacted agreed to stop.

911 Hang-Up – 9600 blk Harbour Pl.

An officer responded to a 911 open line. A woman reported that she was trying to call the front desk to get a soda.

Suspicious – 6200 blk Chennault Beach Dr.

A caller reported that she woke up from a nap and was frightened by loud noises from upstairs. She said that the upstairs residents were out of town, and nobody else should be in the house. She thought somebody might be burglarizing the house. It was determined that the caller was actually hearing fireworks.

Animal – 300 blk Cornelia Ave.

A caller reported that he found the gate open and that his longhaired shelty/dachshund mix named “Squeaky” was missing. The caller said that the dog was likely scared, and might have run away, but might also be hiding in the backyard. An officer helped the owner look for Squeaky in the backyard without success. The caller wanted the police aware of the missing dog, in case it turns up.

DUI – Clubhouse Ln. & H.P. Blvd.

A caller reported an erratically driven Ford Explorer. She thought the driver might be DUI. An officer was unable to find the vehicle.

Follow-Up – 4500 blk H.P. Blvd.

The daughter from an above call reported that 24 hours after the assault, her arm where her father had grabbed her was now bruised in the shape of her father’s hand. An officer suggested that she take some photos of the injury and email them over.

DUI – 5th St. & Cornelia Ave.

A caller reported an old green van driving erratically. He thought the driver was possibly DUI and was throwing fireworks out the window. The vehicle was eastbound on 5th Street at Cornelia Avenue. No officer was in position to intercept the vehicle, so dispatch was asked to advise the Everett Police Department.

Civil – 3900 blk H.P. Blvd. S.W.

A cab driver reported that he gave two subjects a ride and there was a disagreement as to how much the ride should cost. The cab driver was eventually satisfied with the $30 paid by the subjects. However, the hotel was full, so an officer provided the subjects a courtesy ride to Evergreen Way.

Suspicious – 9800 blk 58th Pl. W.

A caller reported that she had just discovered that her $10,000 wedding ring was missing. She suspected that one of her three daughters, or her daughter’s friend that she lives with took it. She was not forthcoming with information about the girls. The case is under investigation.

Suspicious – 11700 blk SR-525

The manager reported a suspicious man was looking into the windows of some of cars in the parking lot. He said that the man had been inside the store and said that he had to go to his car to get some money. However, the manager knew that the man did not have a car in the parking lot. An officer found the man at a nearby gas station. The man stated that his ride left him. He walked back to the parking lot with the officer. The officer inspected the vehicles and found nothing suspicious. The man had a non-extraditable DUI warrant out of Pierce County. The officer had nothing to hold the man on, so he released him. Later, the manager said that he thought the man might have shoplifted from the store. He said that the man had been in the store before and that he had been caught shoplifting. The officer provided the manager with the man’s name so that they could prepare a trespass letter if he came back.

Suspicious – 11400 blk SR-525

Officers contacted a man driving a Toyota Camry parked in one of the wash bays. The man stated that he stopped there because his still running vehicle had overheated.

July 5

Traffic – 12100 blk SR-525

An officer stopped and cited a driver for driving with a canceled registration.

Follow-Up – 9800 blk 58th Pl. W.

An officer located a woman’s stolen ring at a pawnshop. The victim is deciding on whether or not to pursue charges because she knows the suspect.

Theft – 12100 blk SR-525

Officers responded to a report of two men stealing gym bags from the locker room. The surveillance video showed a black man and a white man, both in their 20s. They left on foot and were not located. The case is under investigation.

Fireworks – 11100 blk Chennault Beach Rd.

An officer responded to a report of juveniles lighting fireworks off a back deck. The officer warned them that fireworks are illegal in Mukilteo and they agreed to stop.

Malicious Mischief – 6800 blk St. Andrews Dr.

Officers responded to a report that several cars had been egged. The officers stopped the vehicle leaving the scene responsible for the egging. There did not appear to be any damage to any vehicles, but the driver was cited for negligent driving because he was passing illegally, weaving and throwing eggs at moving vehicles.

Suspicious – Front St. & SR-525

Officers responded to a report of several subjects poaching crabs. An officer found that they had licenses and appeared to be legally crabbing.

Fireworks – 11500 blk W. Oakmont Dr.

An officer was dispatched to a report of fireworks. They were not located.

Assault 2 – 9100 blk 46th Pl. W.

A caller reported that her grandfather/guardian choked her during an argument. The grandfather denied the allegations. The grandfather was booked into the county jail.

Fireworks – 10400 blk 66th Pl. W.

An officer was dispatched to a report of fireworks. They were not located.

Fireworks – 10200 blk 64th Pl. W.

An officer was dispatched to a report of fireworks. They were not located.

Noise – 7700 blk 46th Pl. W.

An officer responded to a report of loud music. It was not heard.

Fireworks – 6400 blk Augusta Ct.

An officer was dispatched to a report of fireworks. They were not located.

Fireworks – 10600 blk Marine View Dr.

An officer was dispatched to a report of fireworks. They were not located.

Fireworks – 600 blk Front St.

An officer was dispatched to a report of fireworks. They were not located.

Fireworks – 5600 blk N. Grove Dr.

An officer was dispatched to a report of fireworks. They were not located.

Suspicious – 7600 blk 45th Pl. W.

A caller caller reported seeing two suspicious men walking around. They were gone on arrival.

Fireworks – 700 blk Front St.

An officer contacted two subjects lighting fireworks and warned them that fireworks are illegal in Mukilteo.

Fireworks – 5010 blk 81st Pl. S.W.

Officers responded to the report of a loud explosion. The officers spoke with numerous subjects and warned them that fireworks are illegal in Mukilteo.

Fireworks – 600 blk Front St.

Officers responded to a report of fireworks, spoke with several subjects and warned them that fireworks are illegal in Mukilteo.

Assist Agency – 8400 blk Paine Field Blvd.

Shoreline police and Washington State Patrol were involved in a pursuit headed toward Mukilteo on SR-526. The pursuit did not enter the city.

Fireworks – 700 blk Front St.

Officers responded to a report of fireworks, spoke with several subjects and warned them that fireworks are illegal in Mukilteo.

Fireworks – 800 blk Washington Ave.

An officer was dispatched to a report of fireworks. They were not located.

Animal – 1100 blk 3rd St.

An officer checked back on the dog from an above call and determined that it had food and water. The officer was later able to contact owners by phone, and they said a neighbor was watching and feeding the dog while they were out of town. Another neighbor was very upset that the dog was left alone. The neighbor was advised that no violations had occurred.

Animal – 84th St. S.W. & SR-525

An officer was contacted by a resident who had found a miniature poodle mix dog. The dog had no microchip, so it was transported to PAWS. The owner was located and was going to pick up the dog.

Follow-Up – 300 blk Cornelia Ave.

A caller reported that the dog missing from last night had returned home.

Suspicious – Big Gulch

A caller located a bunch of toddler shoes with socks in one spot on the Big Gulch Trail behind the library. An officer determined that there was nothing suspicious, and the shoes most likely had been discarded.

Assist Fire – 10200 blk 64th Pl. W.

An officer was dispatched for a report of a woman who had been drinking. Upon arrival, the woman was intoxicated and requested aid for a ride to the hospital for depression. Aid transported her to a hospital.

Animal – 5100 blk 87th Pl. S.W.

A caller reported that her neighbor was out of town and she was watching their dog. She said the dog escaped and she could not find it. The dog is an older chocolate lab named “Mocha.”

Fraud – 11600 blk H.P. Blvd.

An officer was dispatched to a fraud report. The officer determined that scammers were calling claiming to be from the PUD to get a resident to send them money. The resident had not lost any money to the suspects and was advised to hang up when they call.

July 6

Welfare Check – Hartford Way & Northport Dr.

A grandmother and her grandchildren from Korea were visiting a relative in Mukilteo and got lost while on a walk. As officers were attempting to assist them in finding their relative’s house, a family member arrived and took them home.

Animal – 1100 blk 3rd St.

A resident called again regarding the neighbor dog she has been upset about all weekend. She said the dog was howling. An officer responded and was on scene for 24 minutes. At no time was the dog heard howling. The officer contacted the neighbor who stated the dog stopped howling. She was very upset the dog owner had left for the weekend. The officer advised the caller that there were no laws being violated and the dog was not in any distress or danger. The neighbor said that the ordinances needed to be changed, and the officer suggested she contact city leaders to do that.

Found – 8300 blk SR-525

An officer was contacted at the police station by a subject who found a .380 acp cartridge on the ground. The cartridge was booked into found property.

Civil Standby – 9100 blk 46th Pl. W.

A caller requested a civil standby. An officer stood by while she collected some belongings and left the scene.

Animal – 600 blk Front St.

An officer was dispatched to a report of a dog locked inside a silver Honda Passport. The officer saw that the dog had water in a dish inside the vehicle and was not in any distress.

Parking – 600 blk Front St.

An officer was dispatched to a report of a frustrated boater who did not have a parking space to park his vehicle and boat trailer. The officer contacted the caller who just wanted police aware of the violations. Officers provided parking enforcement as time and calls allowed.

Collision – 12400 blk Evergreen Dr.

Officers responded to a report of two-vehicle collision. It was determined that Vehicle 1 pulled out into traffic from the church without yielding and struck another vehicle and then continued on into a tree. The driver was transported by aid to a hospital for neck and head pain.

Fireworks – 11100 blk Chennault Beach Rd.

An officer responded to a report of juveniles shooting off fireworks. Upon arrival, several juveniles were contacted, admitted to lighting fireworks, did not have any with them, and were warned that they were illegal in the city. The juveniles agreed not to light any more.

Traffic – Beverly Park Rd. & SR-525

An officer responded to a report of two motorcycles speeding and the motorcyclists standing up on the bikes. They were gone on arrival.

Disturbance – 9600 blk Harbour Pl.

Officers responded to a report of a disturbance. The officers discovered that a woman was depressed, off her medication and causing a disturbance. She did not appear to be a danger to herself, others or property. Officers got her calmed down and she left with her boyfriend.

Found – 600 blk Front St.

An officer located a cellphone that had been lost. The officer discovered that the phone belonged to a woman and contacted her via her boyfriend and returned the phone to her.

Fireworks – 5300 blk 86th Pl. W.

An officer was dispatched for a report of fireworks. They were not located.

Fireworks – 8700 blk 46th Pl. W.

An officer was dispatched for a report of fireworks. They were not located.

Fireworks – 13500 blk 42nd Ct.

An officer was dispatched for a report of fireworks. They were not located.

Warrant – 5100 blk 168th St. S.W.

Edmonds police arrested a subject on a $2,500 Mukilteo warrant for driving with a suspended license and failing to transfer his vehicle’s title within 45 days. Custody of the subject was transferred to a Mukilteo officer. He was booked into the county jail on the warrant.

July 7

Agency Assist – SR-525 & Hwy. 99

Officers responded to assist the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office with containment as they searched for a robbery suspect. She was not located.

Suspicious – 4600 blk H.P. Blvd.

A caller reported that three pair of children’s shoes were on the trail about a mile from the trailhead. (This was previously reported on July 5.)

Animal – 10800 blk H.P. Blvd.

An officer was dispatched to a report of a dead opossum in the roadway. Public Works was notified.

Animal – 4600 blk H.P. Blvd.

A caller reported a dog in a car with the windows barely open. It was gone on arrival.

Suspicious – 8500 blk SR-525

Officers responded to a report that a previously evicted guest had returned. The manager decided not to ask him to leave. He had a misdemeanor warrant out of Marysville, but the police department would not confirm it.

Found – 1200 blk Mukilteo Ln.

An officer responded to a found property report. An HTC cellphone was found in Japanese Gulch. It was booked into evidence.

Malicious Mischief – 4300 blk Ellis Way

A caller reported that someone placed some type of fireworks in the outgoing box of the community mailbox. The firework burned but did not explode. There did not appear to be any damage.

Warrant – 10800 blk 47th Pl. W.

Lake Stevens police requested officers check the business for a subject as he had an active felony warrant. He was not there.

Parking – 100 blk Mount Baker Crossing

An officer was dispatched for a report of a vehicle parked in the railroad right-of-way. The officer was en route at the time of this report.

Burglary – 800 blk 7th St.

A homeowner arrived home and found the front door open and his television in the garage. The residence had been completely ransacked and several items were missing. A two-tone maroon/beige older Honda Civic was seen at the residence over the weekend and is likely the suspect vehicle. The case is under investigation.

Animal – 9400 blk 48th Ave. W.

An officer was dispatched to check for a barking dog. It was gone on arrival.

Suspicious – 12500 blk 55th Pl. W.

A caller reported a subject driving around with a dome light on was throwing something from the vehicle. It was a subject delivering newspapers.

July 8

Assault 4 – 4600 blk Chennault Beach Rd.

Officers responded to a report that man assaulted two men at a construction site. The construction workers reported that the man was “obviously looking for a fight.” When told to leave, he punched one of the men and threw a rock at another, striking him on the arm. They chased him until he ran into the woods. As he fled, he dropped a beer and court paperwork with his name on it. The victims identified the suspect from a picture. He was located at his residence. He claimed the construction workers attacked him for no reason. He was booked into the Snohomish County Jail for two counts of fourth-degree assault.

Burglary – 9700 blk Marine View Dr.

A caller reported that he went for a jog for about 45 minutes, and when he returned his front door was open and a computer was missing. He said that he had left the door unlocked. He said that nothing else was missing.

Nuisance – 13200 blk Beverly Park Rd.

An officer responded to a report of an on-going issue with transients sleeping in the back of the building. The officer located debris and needles in the area. The needles were disposed of and the caller requested extra patrol, especially at night.

Theft – 10500 blk 47th Pl. W.

A caller reported that she received an email from “Bank of America” requesting personal information. She supplied it, and $4,000 was taken from her account.

Found – 600 blk Front St.

A caller reported finding a backpack with drug paraphernalia inside. No more information was available at the time of this report.

Abandoned Vehicle – 13200 blk 44th Ave. W.

An officer was dispatched for a report that a silver Toyota Prius that had been parked there for over a year. The vehicle was registered to a neighbor. The officer left a warning.

Malicious Mischief – 12300 blk H.P. Blvd.

An officer was dispatched for a malicious mischief report. The manager had suspect information and wanted the suspect trespassed from the property. The officer was still on-scene at the time of this report.

Lost – 600 blk Front St.

A caller reported losing a white Samsung Galaxy cellphone at the park. He requests contact if it is located.

Assist Fire – 500 blk Webster St.

A neighbor reported there was a small fire at a possible drug house. It was determined to be a backyard bonfire, and there was no evidence of any drug use.

Follow-Up – 9700 blk Marine View Dr.

A caller reported additional items were stolen during a burglary this afternoon. He also had serial numbers and other information that were added to the report.

Fireworks – 600 blk Front St.

An officer was dispatched to check for juveniles setting off fireworks at the park. They were gone on arrival. Other park goers reported that they had just thrown two “poppers” onto the ground.

Noise – 8800 blk 53rd Pl. W.

A caller reported loud music. It was a concert at the Future of Flight Museum for Air New Zealand. The Band Perry was performing.

Noise – 8800 blk 53rd Pl. W.

A caller reported loud music. It was a concert at the Future of Flight Museum.

Noise – 8800 blk 53rd Pl. W.

A caller reported loud music. It was a concert at the Future of Flight Museum.

Noise – 600 blk Front St.

An officer was dispatched to check for several juveniles in the park being loud. They were advised it was closed, and they left.

Theft – 11700 blk SR-525

Employees reported that 2-3 juveniles took candy and left without paying. Two of the juveniles were located. They were also in possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia. They were released to parents pending referral to juvenile court.

Animal – 8000 blk 48th Pl. W.

An officer was dispatched to a report of a barking dog. A warning notice was left at the residence.

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