Log of 911 calls to Mukilteo police for week of June 21 | Police Beat

Jun 25, 2014

June 18

Disturbance – 8000 blk 48th Pl. W.

A caller reported hearing a woman screaming at a nearby residence. He said that he could not see anything but it had been going on for some time. Upon arrival, there was no answer at the door and no signs of a disturbance.

Noise – 1000 blk Ridge St.

A caller reported construction noise prior to 7 a.m. An officer spoke to the construction workers and advised them they would have to wait until 7 a.m. on weekdays.

Suspicious – 800 blk Front St.

A manager at the construction site said that someone had been inside the site during the previous night. Some items had been moved around, but nothing appeared to be missing. He requested extra patrol.

Assist Law – 800 blk 2nd St.

Everett police requested an officer check for a missing juvenile. She was not there.

Juvenile Problem – 8100 blk 45th Ave. W.

A caller reported an underage male driving his parents’ vehicle. An officer contacted the male, who had an instruction permit. He agreed to not drive again until he had his driver’s license.

Disturbance – 11700 blk SR-525

A caller reported that she had been threatened by an unknown man. The officer determined that the man had accidentally banged his car door into the caller’s door. The two exchanged words but both parties agreed there had been no threats.

Juvenile – 10600 blk Marine View Dr.

An officer responded for a report of a group of juveniles with paintball guns shooting at each other and paintballing property. The officer contacted three juveniles who denied paintballing, and there was no evidence that they had.

Welfare Check – 10500 blk 59th Ave. W.

An officer was dispatched to check on a male. He had been agitated with the staff at Edmonds Community College earlier in the day and now they cannot reach him. They were concerned that he might be suicidal. The officers were still en route at the time of this report.

Extra Patrol – 500 blk Webster St.

The landlord is on the process of evicting a tenant. He requests extra patrol as there are reports of lots of subjects going in and out of the residence, possibly involved in drug transactions.

Malicious Mischief – 12300 blk H.P. Blvd.

A caller reported that someone wrote on her vehicle with chalk last night. It was determined that the caller had just driven over some chalk in the parking lot that got onto her tires. There was no damage.

Theft X2 – 10600 blk 47th Pl. W.

Wallets and keys were stolen from two unsecured lockers at the YMCA today.

Malicious Mischief – 5600 blk 112th Pl. S.W.

A caller reported that his residence was egged this evening. It was determined that a family friend did it. The caller did not wish to pursue charges.

Warrant – 2600 blk SR-525

An officer was flagged down regarding three subjects offering marijuana to two juveniles. The subjects were located and one of the subjects was arrested and booked into Denney Youth Center on a felony warrant for larceny. Other charges will be referred.

Traffic – Beverly Park Rd. & SR-525

An officer was dispatched to check for a recklessly driven white passenger car. It was not located.

Malicious Mischief – 6000 blk Championship Cir.

A caller reported that her residence was egged this evening. It was determined that the same subjects who had egged another friend’s house were responsible. The caller did not want to press charges.

June 19

Malicious Mischief – 1000 blk Ridge St.

A caller reported that sometime during the previous night someone threw eggs, dog food, mustard and glue on his vehicle. A note was also left on the truck. There are no suspects at this time.

Suspicious – 11900 blk Cyrus Way

Officers responded for a suspicious backpack near the front door. The officers determined that it had likely been left behind from a meeting the previous night. It was booked into evidence as found property.

Welfare Check – 500 blk SR-525

Officers were dispatched for a report of a white man wearing brown pants, a backpack and no shirt who was yelling and shouting as he walked up the side of the road. The man was off his medications, but not a danger to himself or others.

Hazard – 8200 blk SR-526

An officer responded for a report of a piece of pipe in the roadway and removed it.

Suspicious – 12300 blk SR-525

An officer responded for a report of an explosion heard coming from behind the location. Nothing was located.

Suspicious – 2200 blk SR-525

Officers responded to a report of a man in the bushes screaming at himself. The officers located the man walking along the roadway, dragging a dead raccoon on a leash. When contacted, he put marshmallows out around the raccoon to establish a “Haz-Mat zone.” He claimed that since the DOT was not doing their job by picked up the animal, he would. The raccoon was taken to PAWS for destruction.

Theft –12100 blk SR-525

A caller reported that sometime between 10 p.m. and 10:45 p.m. the previous day, someone took the lock off her locker and took her wallet and iPhone.

Burglary – 4800 blk 99th St. S.W.

A caller reported that sometime between 9:45 a.m. and 11:45 a.m. someone entered his house through an unlocked window. A laptop computer and other electronics were among the items missing.

Animal – 5200 blk 81st Pl. S.W.

A caller reported a tan lab mix at large. The officer located the dog at home with its owner. No violations were observed.

Traffic – Paine Field Blvd. & SR-526

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

Animal – 600 blk Front St.

An officer was dispatched for a report of a dog in a car with the window slightly cracked open. The caller said she believed the dog was overheating. The vehicle was gone on arrival.

Suspicious – 84th St. S.W. & SR-525

A parent brought a pill capsule to the police station that he found under his daughter’s bed and wanted to know what it was. It appeared to possibly be a diet pill.

Suspicious – 600 blk Washington Ct.

A caller reported that her neighbor’s gate was open and the family was away on vacation. An officer did not find any problems.

DUI – 5500 blk 87th Ct.

An officer was dispatched to check for a possible DUI in a red Mazda. The vehicle was not located.

Noise – 5600 blk 94th Pl. W.

Officers were dispatched to a report of juveniles being loud. Subjects in a hot tub agreed to quiet down.

Theft/Assist Law – 5500 blk 101st St. S.W.

A caller reported that 50 Seattle Mariners tickets were stolen from a package mailed to her. The theft likely occurred in the Seattle area and had already been reported to the postal service.

Civil – 3900 blk H.P. Blvd. S.W.

Officers were dispatched for an intoxicated woman wandering around on the second floor of the hotel. It was determined to be an ongoing problem with a guest. The night clerk advised that management was aware but did not want to make the guest leave. Officers contacted the woman, and she agreed to stay in her room and stop bothering other guests.

Open Door – 12800 blk 56th Pl. W.

A newspaper carrier reported there was an open front door at the residence. Officers made contact with the homeowner inside, who advised he must have forgotten to close the door.

June 20

Fraud – 10900 blk Villa Monte Dr.

A man requested contact at the police station for a “scam.” He advised that he received a letter from a collection agency and did not know if it was a legitimate letter. The man was instructed to check his credit and, if he determined there was a fraud, to call back.

Suspicious – 8900 blk 49th Ave. W.

An officer responded to the police station to contact a man who wanted to report someone was in his backyard 15 minutes prior. The officer determined that no one was in his backyard. A man had been in a vehicle and took a photo of his residence from the street and left. It was possibly a real estate agent.

Civil – 600 blk Front St.

A WSF employee requested a phone call in regards to a dive buoy that was loose and drifting toward the terminal. The employee advised that she would check with the ferry captains to see if they could get the buoy back where it belonged.

Assist Fire – 11100 blk Chennault Beach Rd.

An officer was dispatched to assist the Fire Department in locating the registered owner of a vehicle that had a gas leak. Firefighters located the registered owner prior to the officer’s arrival.

Suspicious – 700 blk Front St.

A passer-by advised that a man was sitting in a blue Chrysler van who appeared to be taking videos of waterfront visitors. As the officers arrived, they observed the man leaving. The officers determined that no crime was committed.

Nuisance – 6600 blk Waterton Cir.

An officer responded for a report of a man cutting across the property to access the beach. He was described as a 75-year-old white man associated with a green Jeep. According to the caller, this is an ongoing problem. The officer was unable to locate the man but did find his green Jeep. The officer left a business card on the Jeep with instructions to call him in regards to trespassing.

Traffic – SR-525 & Beverly Park Rd.

An officer was dispatched for a report of a woman in a green BMW traveling north on SR-525 “brake checking” the complainant. The vehicle was not located. The registration came back to a Ford SUV out of Spokane.

Assist Fire – 7700 blk 46th Pl. W.

Firefighters requested an officer respond because they had a vehicle with a gas leak and the owner of the vehicle needed it towed, but the insurance company would not authorize the tow without police or fire rendering the vehicle safe. The owner had been in the process of changing the tire, put the tire jack under the gas tank and punctured it. The owner decided to order parts and repair the tank himself.

Theft – 11700 blk SR-525

Employees reported a white woman with red hair took several bottles of alcohol and left in a black BMW in an unknown direction. The vehicle was occupied by two white women. Officers checked for the vehicle but were unable to locate it. The vehicle was registered out of Seattle. The case is under investigation.

Traffic – 600 blk Front St.

A caller reported that ferry traffic was heavy and blocking all the side streets in the area. The call was referred to Washington State Patrol.

Juvenile – 4400 blk 75th St. S.W.

A caller requested contact at the police station in reference to his daughter sending a naked photo of herself to a boy who was now threatening to share the photo with others. The case is under investigation.

Animal – 4800 blk 99th Pl. S.W.

An officer was dispatched to the location for an injured cat in the yard. The cat was gone on arrival.

Welfare Check – 12700 blk SR-525

Officers responded for a report of a very intoxicated woman. The officers found a woman there and who was very intoxicated, but did not appear to be a danger to herself.

Animal – 8300 blk 45th Pl. W.

A complainant was dog sitting and the dogs she was watching escaped. An officer assisted her in catching the dogs.

Traffic – 12700 blk SR-525

An officer responded for a black Nissan Frontier coming into the city that was driving recklessly. It was not located.

Juvenile – 4800 blk Pointes Dr.

A caller reported that a group of young teens was making a lot of noise. The group was gone on arrival.

Warrant – 4600 blk H.P. Blvd.

An officer observed a man walking who had an outstanding theft warrant. When the officer attempted to contact the man, he ran from the officer and was not located.

Suspicious – 5300 blk H.P. Blvd.

A caller reported that a solicitor came to her door. The solicitor was gone on arrival.

Traffic – 11800 blk SR-525

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

Juvenile – 4500 blk H.P. Blvd.

An officer contacted two juveniles who were smoking and cited them for being under 18 and in possession of tobacco.

DWLS 3 – H.P. Blvd. & SR-525

An officer stopped a driver for a traffic violation and also cited her for driving with a suspended license.

Fireworks – 12300 blk H.P. Blvd.

An officer responded to the report of fireworks in the area. No one was located.

Juvenile – 2600 blk SR-525

Officers responded for juveniles shinning flashlights on the field. The officers spoke with five juveniles who were playing Nerf war in the dark.

DWLS 3 – 10200 blk SR-525

An officer stopped a driver for speeding and also cited him for driving with a suspended license.

DWLS 3 – 11700 blk SR-525

An officer stopped the driver for improper lane travel and also cited him for driving with a suspended license.

Disturbance – 12800 blk SR-525

While on patrol, officers observed a juvenile who appeared to have been assaulted in a parking lot outside of the city limits. He said he got into a fight with one of his friends, but would not give his friend’s name and refused to say any more. The officers transported the juvenile home and released him to his mother.

DUI – 12000 blk SR-525

An officer stopped a vehicle for slow speeds and extreme lane travel. Officers arrested the driver for DUI and he was transported to the station for processing. He also had his 6-year-old daughter in the car, and an officer transported her to the police station, too. A tow company impounded the vehicle. The case is under investigation.

Suspicious – 5000 blk 84th St. S.W.

An anonymous complainant reported that two men were walking through the parking lot and the caller was worried that they were prowling cars. They were gone on arrival.

June 21

Animal – 12300 blk H.P. Blvd.

An officer responded for a loose dog that had been contained. The officer transported the dog to the police station and the owner retrieved the dog.

Suspicious – 400 blk Lincoln Ave.

An anonymous caller reported a transient man with a blue shirt and red backpack was walking in the area and acting suspicious. He was gone on arrival.

Patrol Information – SR-526

SNOPAC advised that there was a black Mercedes occupied by two white men possibly headed into Mukilteo. A complainant reported that one of the men was waving a semi-automatic handgun out the window. The vehicle was not located.

DWSL 2/Warrant – 8300 blk SR-525

An officer stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation and the driver had a $5,040 warrant out of Everett for DUI and was driving with a suspended license for DUI. The officer cited him for the traffic violations and booked him into the county jail on the warrant.

Disturbance – 4400 blk Chennault Beach Rd.

Officers responded to the above church for a disturbance. Upon arrival, officers contacted a man walking away from the church. Several of the churchgoers reported that they were having a graduation party when the man walked through the parking lot. He asked them for drugs and attempted to fight them. The man appeared to be having mental problems or to be high on drugs and was aggressive toward the officers. The officers cited and booked the man into the county jail.

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

Officers responded to the location for a possible DUI complaint. The clerk reported that a subject parked at the pumps was passed out behind the wheel. The clerk reported that he could wake the subject up, but then he would go right back to sleep. The officers discovered that the subject was having a diabetic emergency and aid transported him to a hospital.

Suspicious – 8400 blk 54th Ave. W.

A caller reported that he thought he heard someone upstairs in his house laughing. Officers searched the residence, but did not find anyone inside. The officers noticed a broken screen that had been removed from one of the windows. The caller said that he did not think his mother had removed the screen, but he was not sure.

Public Assist – 600 blk Front St.

A caller reported that he parked his white ’91 Honda Accord and lost his keys in the park. He was worried that his car might be stolen, ticketed or towed. An officer told him that we would not ticket or tow his car, but could not guarantee that someone would not steal it.

Vehicle Recovery – 3900 blk H.P. Blvd. S.W.

An officer located an unoccupied stolen tan 1991 Honda Accord in the parking lot. The vehicle had been stolen out of Mill Creek. The officer was unable to contact the registered owner and a tow company impounded the vehicle.

DUI – 11700 blk SR-525

An officer stopped the driver for driving on the shoulder. The driver appeared intoxicated, failed standard field sobriety tests, was arrested and ultimately blew a .092/.088 on the breathalyzer. A tow company impounded his vehicle. He was cited and released to his wife.

Suspicious – 6000 blk Championship Cir.

Officers responded for a red Trailblazer parked in a caller’s driveway. There were two white women associated with the vehicle walking around in the neighbor’s yard. The officers determined that the women were visiting the neighbor.

Suspicious – 11800 blk H.P. Blvd.

Officers responded to the golf course for subjects with flashlights in the woods. They were not located.

Suspicious – 10500 blk 47th Pl. W.

An officer responded to a report of a subject sleeping in his vehicle. He told the officer that he got a job in Mukilteo and was sleeping in his vehicle until he could get an apartment here.

Theft – 11700 blk SR-525

While on patrol, an officer saw a man stealing plants from the store. The officer determined that he stole 27 plants and cited him for theft.

Attempt to Contact – 11100 blk 58th Ave. W.

The King County Sheriff’s Office requested that an officer contact a subject and get a phone number for him. His adult step-sons went missing after they went fishing with their dad. The officer spoke with the subject, got a phone number for him and passed it on to KCSO.

June 22

Welfare Check – 700 blk Front St.

A caller requested an officer check on a man sleeping on a bench at the park. The park was open and the man was fine.

Found – 700 blk Front St.

While the officer was on the above call, he located the lost keys from a previous call. The officer called the owner and advised him his Honda keys were located. The owner came to the police station later and retrieved his keys.

Burglary – 12200 blk Village Center Pl.

Officers were dispatched to a burglary that occurred overnight. It was determined that the back door to the business was pried open and the office was ransacked. The owner advised that it did not appear anything was missing but he would have to check further. Computers and cash were left alone. An officer was able to recover a partial print off one of the filing cabinets. There are no suspects at this time.

Animal – 1600 blk Goat Trail Loop Rd.

A caller requested an officer check for a dog that was off leash and had charged at her. She said the dog belonged at the residence and was described as an English pit bull. The dog was back at the residence and inside. The officer spoke with the dog owner about having her dog off leash.

Theft – 11100 blk Chennault Beach Rd.

An officer responded to a report of items taken off the back patio during the night. Someone removed a planter box so they could access the patio and took some food that was in a freezer.

Collision – SR-525 & Beverly Park Rd.

An officer was dispatched to a two-vehicle collision. There were no reported injuries. Vehicle 1 struck the rear of Vehicle 2 while southbound at the intersection.

Welfare Check – 4600 blk H.P. Blvd.

A caller was concerned about a young boy left alone in front of the Mukilteo Library. He was sitting on a bench in front of the library, listening to music. He told the officers he was fine and was waiting for a ride.

Fishing Violation – Edmonds

A caller reported that subjects were taking undersized crabs near the ferry dock. An officer discovered that the violation was occurring in Edmonds.

Fire Assist – 000 blk SR-525

The Fire Department responded to a brush fire near the SR-525 bridge. Firefighters requested assistance with traffic control. Officers assisted until they were no longer needed.

Assault 4 – 9200 blk 49th Ave. W.

Officers responded to the location for a report of physical domestic violence. A caller advised that during an argument her husband grabbed her arms and twisted them, broke items that belonged to her and scratched her hand. Prior to the officers’ arrival, the husband fled into the woods on foot. Officers conducted a K9 track without success. A Snohomish County sheriff’s deputy later contacted and took the husband into custody at the Fred Meyer on 128th Street. He was booked into the county jail on the above charge.

Traffic – 1200 blk Mukilteo Ln.

A caller reported that there was a silver Saturn speeding on Mukilteo Lane. It was not located.

Collision – 12200 blk SR-525

Vehicle 1 and Vehicle 2 made a U-turn in about the 12400 block of SR-525. Vehicle 2 was following Vehicle 1. Vehicle 1 did not make the turn, backed up and into Vehicle 2. There were no injuries and neither vehicle was impounded.

Traffic – 5th St. & Loveland Ave.

An officer responded to a report of a silver Audi that was speeding and passed in oncoming lanes. It was not located.

Public Assist – 600 blk Front St.

While on patrol, officers found a sunken boat that had been moored at one of the docks in Lighthouse Park. The officers located the owner and assisted him in removing it from the water.

June 23

Burglary – 12200 blk Village Center Pl.

A caller reported that sometime during the previous night someone again forced open the rear door to the business. The business was ransacked again. A television and a camera were missing. Six other businesses on the second floor also had their doors forced open. Most were ransacked. A laptop was taken from another business. An officer is still attempting to contact some of the other business owners. It is unknown if anything is missing from those businesses. The case is under investigation.

Follow-Up – 11900 blk Cyrus Way

An anonymous person turned in a checkbook that was found on Hwy. 99. The checkbook belonged to one of the businesses in the above burglary. It was booked into evidence pending contact with the victim.

Burglary – 11100 blk Chennault Beach Rd.

A caller reported that sometime during the previous night someone broke into his garage. He said that someone went through a few items but that nothing appeared to be missing.

ID Theft – 900 blk Washington Ave.

A caller reported that he received a cellphone bill from AT&T for his business but he does not use AT&T. He said that he already notified the phone company and the account has been closed.

Burglary – 11100 blk Chennault Beach Rd.

A caller reported that sometime during the previous night someone twisted the door handle off of his garage door. He stated that some tools were missing.

Property – 6200 blk Chennault Beach Dr .

A caller reported that she had some .22 ammo that her grandson left behind when he moved out. She elected to give it to a friend.

Animal – 4500 blk 71st Pl. S.W.

An officer was dispatched for two dogs contained in a resident’s yard. Upon arrival, the dogs had escaped and were not located.

Trespassing – 12300 blk H.P. Blvd.

Officers were dispatched for a report that a juvenile was on the property in violation of a No Trespass letter. There is a letter on file that expires July 2. The officers were still en route at the time of this report.

Death Notification – 4600 blk 71st Pl. S.W.

An officer and a chaplain attempted to meet with a resident to inform her that her brother had passed away. The resident was not home.

Suspicious – 600 blk Front St.

An officer was dispatched to check for a man who was using driftwood to prop up a skateboard while he spray painted it for his son. Some of the paint was getting on the driftwood. He was told to stop.

Traffic – Seaway Blvd. & SR-526

An officer was dispatched to check for juveniles in a green Nissan Pathfinder pretending to shoot at other vehicles with a slingshot on SR-526. The vehicle was not located.

Disturbance – 12300 blk H.P. Blvd.

A caller reported ongoing problems with his neighbor. The caller said the neighbor want him to come out of the apartment to fight him tonight. Both parties agreed to refrain from any further contact and were provided with court order information.

Vehicle Prowl – 10600 blk 47th Pl. W.

An officer was dispatched for a vehicle prowl that occurred in the parking lot. Various miscellaneous items were taken.

Traffic – Beverly Park Rd. & SR-525

An officer was dispatched to check for a silver Ford Focus heading southbound and speeding. The vehicle was not located.

Suspicious – 600 blk Front St.

An officer was dispatched to check for a man who had possibly been smoking marijuana in the public restroom. A man matching the description was later contacted walking along SR-525. He denied using any marijuana in the park.

Public Assist – 11100 blk SR-525

A tow driver and another customer were locked inside a gate. The Fire Department responded and used their key to unlock the gate.

Traffic – 10600 blk 47th Pl. W.

An officer stopped a vehicle with a back license plate that belonged on a different vehicle. It appeared to be an error by the DOL and the back plate was confiscated.

Alarm – 5800 blk 88th St. S.W.

A caller that her vehicle alarm went off twice tonight. An officer checked and did not locate any problems.

June 24

Violation – 600 blk 3rd St.

A caller reported that a van had been parked nearby all night and that she thought the occupants were selling crab out of it. It was gone on arrival.

Attempted Vehicle Theft – 4600 blk Campus Pl.

A caller reported that someone entered one of the company vans. The ignition had been damaged and part of it had been pried off.

Malicious Mischief – 4600 blk H.P. Blvd.

An officer responded to a trail for a report of vandalism. An officer found the bark had been partially stripped off of two cedar trees and some graffiti had been drawn on it. There are no suspects at this time.

Open Door – 800 blk Goat Trail Loop Rd.

A caller reported that her neighbors left for Hawaii this morning and now their garage door was open and a pickup truck was parked in the driveway. Officers found a contractor had been hired to work on the floors while the homeowners were away.

Suspicious – 500 blk Webster St.

A caller had questions and concerns about her neighbors possibly being involved with drug activity. She said they keep her up at night with noise and other activity. She agreed to call when it is occurring.

Violation – 600 blk Front St.

A caller reported subjects associated with two boats crabbing without licenses and possibly using too many pots. An officer found that they were tribal members crabbing within the guidelines of the Treaty of Point Elliott.

Traffic – SR-525 & SR-526

An officer was dispatched for a report of a recklessly driven orange hot rod. It was not located.

Suspicious – 5800 blk 106th St. S.W.

Officers responded for a suspicious circumstance. A woman was calling from Everett because her 15-year-old daughter was home and heard noises in the garage. The officers found that her father had come home. There were no problems.

Vehicle Recovery – 4500 blk H.P. Blvd.

A tow company advised they were called to impound a Nissan Altima and discovered it had been reported stolen out of Everett. The registered owner was notified and the vehicle was towed.

Malicious Mischief – 11100 blk Chennault Beach Rd.

A caller reported that one of his vehicle windows was shattered overnight. The window was still intact and it was unknown as to what caused the damage.

Burglary – 8600 blk 54th Pl. W.

A caller reported his residence was burglarized sometime in April or May and several tools may have been taken. The case is under investigation.

Assist Law – Beverly Park Rd. & SR-525

An officer was dispatched to check for an older blue Chevy truck involved in a hit-and-run in the county. The vehicle was not located.

Animal – 5300 blk H.P. Blvd.

An officer was dispatched to a report of an ongoing problem with two barking dogs. A warning notice was left at the residence.

Theft – 10600 blk 47th Pl. W.

A pair of shoes and keys were stolen from a locker at the location.

Suspicious – 1100 blk 9th St.

A caller came home this evening and discovered that someone had possibly attempted to drill out the deadbolt lock. The officer determined that a family member had mistakenly used the wrong key to try and unlock the door and there was actually no damage to the lock.

Disturbance – 5600 blk H.P. Blvd.

A caller in a neighboring apartment complex reported hearing a woman screaming in the parking lot of the strip mall. Officers did not locate any problems.

Assault 4/Malicious Mischief – 5300 blk H.P. Blvd.

A man stopped taking his psychiatric medication and became agitated this evening, barricaded himself inside the residence, threatened to assault his mother and sister and damaged the door to his mother’s bedroom while she and the other children were taking refuge inside. He was arrested and booked into the Denney Youth Center.

Juvenile – 8800 blk 56th Pl. W.

A caller reported that two boys rang his doorbell and ran away. They were gone on arrival.

Suspicious – 11800 blk H.P. Blvd.

A caller reported that his girlfriend was three hours late coming home from work at the golf course. She returned home a short time later. She had been visiting with friends.

Juvenile – 8600 blk 54th Pl. W.

A caller reported that several juveniles had been on his porch three different times tonight. He yelled at them and they fled. They were not located.

Vehicle Prowl/Theft – 5000 blk 84th St. S.W.

A caller reported that his unlocked Nissan Maxima was prowled between 9 p.m. and 1 a.m. Forest Green Nike SB shoes, a black Adio backpack and a black YMCA “Skatepark Staff Hoodie” were taken. The hoodie reportedly actually has “Skatepark Staff Hoodie” printed in large writing on it. The caller and his girlfriend advised that they often see a man walking through their parking lot and suspect the man and/or his associates might be responsible. An officer lifted latent fingerprints and will submit them for comparison. A BOLO (be on the lookout) was issued, as the stolen items are very distinguishable.

June 25

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 H.P. 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  bus 113 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.

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