Log of calls to Mukilteo police for week of March 26 | Police beat

Mar 26, 2014

March 19

Public Assist – 5000 blk Brighton Pl.

A caller requested assistance because he locked himself out of his residence and his 10-month-old son was inside sleeping. The officers were able to get into his vehicle and use the garage door opener to get into the residence.

Animal – 600 blk Washington Pl.

A caller reported there was a chicken on her front porch. An officer responded and the chicken ran off when he walked up. The caller did not answer her door when the officer knocked. He also called and she did not answer the phone.

Theft – 8300 blk of 53rd Ave. W.

An officer was initially dispatched to the police station for a theft of a purse. When the officer contacted the victim it was determined that she lost or misplaced the purse somewhere. All her credit cards had been canceled and there had been no unauthorized activity.

Theft – 5100 blk 99th St. S.W.

A man came to the police station to report her son’s bicycle stolen on March 17. The bike was a red Trek bicycle. There are no suspects.

Collision – SR-525 & Paine Field Blvd.

An officer was dispatched to a two-vehicle collision that was blocking the left turn lane from SR-525. Vehicle 2 stopped for a traffic light, but Vehicle 1 did not. There were no injuries.

Juvenile – 4600 blk Harbour Pointe Blvd.

Security at the location advised that a juvenile was smoking and being verbal. Officers contacted the juvenile and he was trespassed from the property and advised that he would be arrested if he returned.

DWLS 3 – 12300 blk Cyrus Way

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

DUI – 4400 blk Russell Rd.

An anonymous complainant reported that there was a DUI driver in a green Jetta headed southbound from the location. It was not located.

Public Assist – 11100 blk SR-525

A complainant reported that he dropped a vehicle off inside the yard at the location and then became locked inside. An officer attempted to call the business owner, but got no answer. The officer then had the Fire Department respond and open the gate.

Collision – 11000 blk 60th Ave. W.

Officers responded to the location for a disturbance. On arrival, officers determined that one vehicle was turning around in the cul-de-sac and hit another vehicle parked there. There was only minor damage and the owners agreed to exchange information. There had been no disturbance between the owners.

Death Investigation – 13100 blk 44th Ave. W.

A woman died of apparent natural causes at the location.

Suspicious – 12300 blk H.P. Blvd.

A caller advised that his car alarm sounded, but he did not see anyone in his car and it did not appear that anything was missing. Officers checked the area and did not find anything else suspicious.

March 20

Warrant – 12300 blk H.P. Blvd.

Officers were dispatched to assist the Fire Department with several people passed out in a Subaru. Officers contacted two men in the vehicle. One of the men had two misdemeanor warrants. He was booked into the Snohomish County Jail. The other man left in the vehicle.

Vehicle Prowls – 9600 blk Harbour Pl.

An employee at the location reported numerous vehicles were prowled in the parking lot overnight. When the officer arrived, all of the victims had left for work with their vehicles. Employees advised that they would have all the victims call 911 when they returned from work to report the prowls.

Collision – 76th St. S.W. & 44th Ave. W.

Officers responded to a two-vehicle collision with reported injuries that was blocking the above intersection. The driver of Vehicle 1 was turning the corner from 44th Avenue W. onto 76th Street S.W., took the corner too fast and crossed the center line and struck Vehicle 2 who was traveling east on 76th. The driver of Vehicle 2 had to be transported to a hospital for some injuries sustained from the airbag being deployed. Both vehicles were towed.

CPS – 2nd St.

A social worker requested assistance from an officer while she checked the welfare of a child at the location. There was no one home.

Found – 12300 blk H.P. Blvd.

An officer was dispatched to a found property complaint. A purse was found outside the caller’s apartment door this morning. The purse was wet and the officer was unable to determine who it belonged to. It was placed into found property at the police station.

ID Theft – 12800 blk 56th Pl. W.

A caller reported that someone used her social security number to file a tax return. She was the victim of the Archdiocese Security Breach. An officer provided her the phone number for a IRS special agent.

Trespassing – 4600 blk H.P. Blvd.

Security at the location requested assistance in personally serving a juvenile with a trespass letter. The juvenile was not on the property when officers arrived. Security provided officers with a copy of the trespass letter that the juvenile was served with and it was placed in the department’s trespass book. According to the letter, the juvenile is prohibited from the property until April 20.

Shoplifting – 10200 blk SR-525

An employee at the location reported a juvenile just stole condoms and lubricants and was last seen headed south on SR-525. The suspect was described as white, about 17 years old, with red hair and was wearing a green shirt and red shorts. Officers searched for him, but the suspect was not found. Employees advised that the juvenile’s mother comes into the store frequently, but they did not know her name.

Suspicious – 3800 blk H.P. Blvd. S.W.

The manager at the location wanted police aware that a man took photographs of the building yesterday where the employees go in and out of the business. He then apparently stayed in his vehicle for 40 minutes. The manager provided an officer with the vehicle description and license plate. The vehicle came back registered to the landscaping company that provides landscaping services for the bank. The bank manager was advised in the future to call immediately when they observe suspicious activity, not 24 hours later.

Vehicle Prowl – 9600 blk Harbour Pl.

A caller advised that his vehicle was prowled in the parking lot overnight. The victim’s vehicle was left unlocked. A few gate openers for his residence was taken and a U.S. Navy jacket and identification badge. There are no suspects.

Collision – SR-525 & H.P. Blvd. S.W.

An officer investigated a collision at the above intersection. The officer determined that Vehicle 2 stopped for traffic and Vehicle 1 did not.

Follow Up – 10200 blk SR-525

An officer was dispatched to the location for a follow-up to the earlier reported shoplifting. The suspect’s mother came into the store to shop, and employees advised her that her son shoplifted condoms earlier. Her son was waiting in the vehicle. She went to her vehicle and brought her son back inside the store. The stolen property was recovered and the case will be sent to the juvenile prosecutor.

Theft – 10100 blk SR-525

A caller requested contact at the location because a known subject took his cellphone.

Theft/Follow-Up – 4600 blk H.P. Blvd.

A caller advised that he thought the person that took his cellphone was in the woods near the location. Officers eventually located the suspect at the library and he said that he gave the phone to another man. The other man was contacted and he said that he threw the phone in the bushes. He retrieved it for the officers, who returned it to the original owner. The caller said that he did not want to pursue charges against them.

Civil – 4800 blk 103rd Pl. S.W.

A caller reported that he is a painter and that another painter left some signs advertising his business in his yard. An officer called the other painter and left him a message asking him to remove the signs.

Public Assist – 4300 blk H.P. Blvd. S.W.

Officers responded to the location for a woman in an electric wheelchair who hit an unpaved portion of sidewalk, damaging one of her wheelchair wheels. She said that she was not injured, but an officer had the Fire Department respond to transport the woman back to her residence.

Suspicious – 11700 blk SR-525

The manager at the location reported that a woman stole a soda. An officer found that she had actually paid for it.

DWLS 3 – 12500 blk SR-525

An officer stopped a driver for a traffic infraction and found that she was driving with a suspended license.

Suspicious – 11600 blk 59th Ave. W.

Officers responded to the location for an open garage door. The officers spoke with the homeowners and discovered that they accidentally left it open. There did not appear to be anything missing from the garage.

Suspicious – 11400 blk SR-525

Officers responded to the location for a suspicious vehicle and found two people sleeping inside. They agreed to move on.

March 21

DUI – H.P. Blvd. S.W. & SR-525

An officer responded to a report of a possible DUI. The officer contacted the driver and determined that he was just tired and had not been drinking.

Hazard – 92nd St. S.W. & SR-525

A caller reported the traffic light was not working. Upon arrival, it was working just fine.

Theft – 7800 blk 44th Ave. W.

An officer responded to a report of mail strewn along the side of the roadway. The officer delivered the mail to three houses and found that one of the victims was missing a credit card. The card had been canceled and there had been no unauthorized use.

Collision – 5700 blk Sunset Ln.

A tow company reported that they had been called for a collision at the above location. An officer could that the driver of Vehicle 1 backed up and hit a landscaping trailer. There were no injuries.

Recovery – 4400 blk Chennault Beach Rd.

An officer responded to a report of a tow truck left running with no one inside. The officer found that the truck was reported stolen out of Snohomish County, as well as the plates. The owner of the truck responded and retrieved it. The owner of the plates was advised that he could pick them up at the station during business hours.

Suspicious – 5600 blk 110th Pl. S.W.

Officers responded to the area for a man and woman who climbed into the canopy of a red pickup truck. He said that it looked like they were living out of it. The officer contacted a man and woman who said that they were waiting for their friend to arrive home.

Suspicious – 3900 blk H.P. Blvd. S.W.

Officers responded to the location for a report of a man walking around the property. The manager thought that there might be drug activity involved. The officers contacted a man who said that he had stayed at the hotel the previous night and was waiting for another friend to pick him up. He agreed to wait at the bus stop.

Narcotics – 3900 blk H.P. Blvd. S.W.

Officers were dispatched to the location for a narcotics complaint. The manager said that he witnessed a possible drug deal in the parking lot. The parties involved were no where to be found.

Follow-Up – 11000 blk 47th Ave. W.

An officer was dispatched to the location for a malicious mischief report. The caller reported that she just discovered damage to one of the company vehicles. The driver’s door lock and the ignition were damaged in an apparent attempt to steal the vehicle.

ID Theft – 10100 blk Marine View Dr.

A caller reported that someone used her social security number to file a tax return. She is another victim of the Seattle Archdiocese security breach.

Animal – 5200 blk 86th Pl. S.W.

An officer was dispatched for a report of an ongoing problem with a barking dog. The officer did not hear the dog barking.

Hazard – 9000 blk Paine Field Blvd.

Officers responded to a report of a blocking disabled vehicle. The officers used a jump box to start the car.

Collision – 9600 blk Harbour Pl.

An officer responded to the location for a two-vehicle collision. Vehicle 1 struck Vehicle 2 from behind. There were no injuries.

Collision – SR-525 & Goat Trail Rd.

An officer responded to a car versus motorcycle collision. There were no injuries.

Trespassing – 10800 blk H.P. Blvd.

Officers responded to the location for a trespassing in progress. The principal reported that a former student had been on the school grounds in violation of a No Trespass letter. They reported that he was in the main office at the time of the call. Upon the officers’ arrival, he had already left. He was not located. The case will be sent to the prosecutor.

Theft – 10800 blk H.P. Blvd.

A caller reported that sometime between 10:20 a.m. 12:10 p.m. someone took his Microsoft Surface Tablet from the location.

Welfare Check – SR-525 & Front St.

An employee reported a woman was shooting up near the ferry terminal. She reported that the woman was last seen walking toward the lighthouse. She was not located.

Collision – H.P. Blvd. & 47th Pl. W.

An officer was flagged down by firefighters across from the fire station for a vehicle versus pedestrian collision. The driver had stopped for a pedestrian in the crosswalk. When the boy cleared the crosswalk, the driver began to move. As he did, another boy attempted to run across the crosswalk. The boy’s foot struck the front bumper of the driver’s vehicle. He fell but was uninjured. The firefighters took the pedestrian to the fire station where he was examined and released to his mother.

Forgery – 8400 blk SR-525

An employee reported that a man had paid with a counterfeit bill and was now demanding it back. Officers contacted the man and he said that he had received the bill as change from a gas station in Everett. He said that he had not known that it was counterfeit and he wanted to return it to the gas station and get his money back from them. He was told that it was evidence and he could not have it. It was booked into evidence.

Burglary – 700 blk Rice Dr.

Ahomeowner reported that when he came home yesterday his alarm was sounding but that the home appeared secure. Today he realized that a window had been opened and there were some footprints inside. It did not appear that anything had been taken.

Traffic – SR-526

Everett police advised of a report of a Corvette and Nissan 350Z that were racing and heading toward Mukilteo. The vehicles were not located.

Hazard – H.P. Blvd. S.W. & SR-525

An officer was dispatched to a report of a white Lexus that was blocking traffic in the intersection and appeared to have broken down. The vehicle was gone on arrival.

Found – 8100 blk 50th Pl. W.

A caller found a debit card on the ground near his home. An officer was unable to contact the account holder and the card was booked for safekeeping.

Noise – 4700 blk Hartford Way

Officers were dispatched to a report of loud music. The homeowner was hosting a party and agreed to turn the music down.

March 22

Noise – 10400 blk 66th Pl. W.

An officer responded to a report of barking dogs. The officer heard the dogs barking, but there was no one home. He will follow up.

Animal – 900 blk 5th St.

An officer responded to a report of a dead cat in the roadway. The officer transported the remains to PAWS.

Civil – 12300 blk H.P. Blvd.

A caller reported that he loaned his vehicle to his ex-girlfriend and she has not returned it as planned. He said that she is homeless and has no phone. An officer advised him that it was a civil case.

Noise – 13000 blk 42nd Pl. W.

An officer responded to the location for a report that a dog has been barking for the past four hours. Upon arrival, the officer heard the dog barking. There was no answer at the door. A warning notice was left.

Animal – 8100 blk 45th Ave. W.

An officer responded to the location for a report of a cocker spaniel running at large. The officer spoke to the owners, who agreed to keep it contained.

Disturbance – 11000 blk 55th Ave. W.

Officers responded to the location for a disturbance between a man and his brother. The officers were still on scene at the time of this report. No more information available.

Animal – 13000 blk 42nd Pl. W.

A caller reported an ongoing issue of a previously reported barking dog. The officer attempted to contact him, but there was no answer.

Suspicious – 40th & 78th Sts.

A passer-by reported that a subject was loading some gravel into a gray truck from a small pile located along the side of the road. The caller was concerned the gravel might belong to the city, which it did not. The subject was not located.

Traffic – 4300 blk Chennault Beach Rd.

An officer was dispatched to check for two vehicles spinning tires and speeding out of the parking lot. The vehicles were gone on arrival.

Assist Aid – 12300 blk H.P. Blvd.

Officers were dispatched to a 911 call for an unknown type of situation due to a language barrier. It was determined to be a request for a medical evaluation for a child with flu-like symptoms.

Suspicious – 10600 blk 53rd Ave. W.

An officer was dispatched to check on a suspicious occupied blue van in the neighborhood. It was gone on arrival.

DUI – 13000 blk Beverly Park Rd.

An officer stopped a vehicle that was driving without one of the front tires. The driver was arrested for DUI and provided a breathalyzer sample of .214 and .200. His vehicle was impounded and the driver was booked into the Snohomish County Jail due to a prior DUI arrest.

Unwanted Subject – 12700 blk SR-525

An employee at the location reported that a customer was upset about the price a can of beer rang up on the register because she thought it was supposed to be on sale. The customer then reportedly refused to leave. The customer agreed to leave and call the manager later to express any dissatisfaction.

Suspicious – 11700 blk SR-525

Officers were dispatched to check for a man wandering around in the parking lot and looking into business windows. Contact was made with a man who claimed he was looking for partially used cigarettes on the ground. He agreed to leave.

Assist Fire – 8400 blk SR-525

Security at the location reported seeing a small fire on the south side of the a neighboring business. Officers arrived and quickly extinguished a small fire on a porch that had started to spread to a wall of the building. Firefighters extinguished the remaining hot spots and are looking into the cause of the fire.

Assist Aid – 12100 blk Concord Way

Officers were dispatched to a report of possible CPR in progress. Upon arrival, it was determined that a man may have had a seizure. He was conscious and evaluated by an aid crew.

Suspicious – 13300 blk Harbour Heights Dr.

Officers responded to a report of a possible burglary in progress. A neighbor reported seeing a subject with a flashlight trying to open a window leading into the garage of the residence next door. Officers contacted the subject in the driveway and determined it was a juvenile who lived at the residence, snuck out earlier and was trying to sneak back inside. His parents were notified and they let him back in the house.

March 23

Suspicious – 55th Pl. W. & H.P. Blvd. S.W.

An officer responded to a report that an electrical box had been pried open. The officer found that the door on the lawn sprinkler system was open. There appeared to be no damage. The officer closed it prior to leaving.

Assist Fire – 9800 blk 50th Ave. W.

Officers responded to the location for a woman who was complaining that someone stole her medications. The officers found an Alzheimer’s patient who thought her care giver had given her the wrong medication. The care giver wanted the patient to be transported to the hospital, but the patient refused, and there was no legal or medical reason to compel her. They will confer with her guardian in the morning.

Animal – Harbour Heights Dr. & H.P. Blvd.

An officer was dispatched to a report of two large dogs running at large. They were not located.

Traffic – 122nd Pl. & SR-525

An officer was dispatched to a report of an erratically driven vehicle. It was not located.

DUI – 600 blk Front St.

An officer was dispatched to a report of a possible DUI coming off the ferry. The witness reported that the driver had been drinking a beer while seated in the driver’s seat. The officer located the vehicle and determined that the driver was not intoxicated.

Follow-Up – 12300 blk H.P. Blvd.

A caller determined that his ex-girlfriend who had not returned his loaned car was now in the Snohomish County Jail. She was refusing to tell him where the car was. An officer attempted to talk to her at the jail, but she claimed she did not know where it was. He said that he had knowledge that the car might be at Kohl’s in Marysville and he would attempt to retrieve it. He later called from the police station to file a vehicle theft report, but when the officer arrive, he was gone.

Juvenile – 4600 blk H.P. Blvd.

An officer was dispatched to the location for a report of 20 juveniles skateboarding and smoking in the parking lot. The caller advised that they were refusing to leave. The officer was still en route at the time of this report.

Suspicious – 10200 blk SR-525

Officers responded to the location for a teenaged boy who was acting suspicious. They reported that he might have stolen candy and hair color. The officers were still on scene at the time of this report.

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