Police beat (Feb.3-9)

Feb 15, 2017

Feb. 3

 

Utility workers

An officer determined that two reportedly suspicious males in the 8900 block of 53rd Ave. West were utility workers.

 

Burglary

Officers investigated a reported burglary in the 9000 block of 61st Place West.

 

Traffic collision

Both vehicles were towed following a two-vehicle, blocking collision at 84th Street Southwest and Paine Field Blvd.

 

Email scam

A female in the 900 block of 6th Street did not fall for scam email in which the sender pretended to be the president of a local non-profit in order to ask for money.

 

Hit and run

Officers cited a motorist for hit and run after a female reported a collision in the 11700 block of Mukilteo Speedway.

 

Feb. 4

 

Traffic collision

No one was injured in a collision at Mukilteo Speedway and Goat Trail Road in which one vehicle failed to yield to another vehicle that made a right turn in front of it.

 

Neighbor’s dogs

A male in the 8900 block of 49th Ave. West complained about his neighbor’s s dogs. An officer was unable to contact the dogs’ owner because he was not home.

 

Playing loudly

Officers responded to the 12300 block of Harbour Pointe Blvd. on a report of a male and female arguing. Officers found an adult male and a juvenile male playing loudly. They agreed to stop.

 

Feb. 5

 

Possible DUI

An officer contacted a motorist suspected of DUI at Mukilteo Speedway and Harbour Pointe Blvd. but observed no violations.

 

License plate

An officer recovered an abandoned license plate in the roadway in the 1000 block of 8th Street and booked it into evidence.

 

Wrong residence

A male in the 1800 block of 19th Drive reported a female knocking on his door. An officer determined the female was at the wrong residence and gave her a courtesy ride to her friend’s house.

 

DUI arrest

A male motorist was arrested on suspicion of DUI after an officer stopped his vehicle at Mukilteo Speedway and Airport Road to investigate several traffic infractions. The motorist was booked into the Snohomish County Jail.

 

Collision

A motorist was cited for multiple traffic violations following a collision at Clubhouse Lane and Harbour Pointe Blvd. in which no one was injured.

 

Collision

An officer investigated a collision at 84th Street Southwest and Paine Field Blvd. in which no one was injured.

 

Feb. 6

 

Package theft

A delivered package was reportedly stolen from within the 6100 block of 93rd Place Southwest.

 

Plowing request

An officer notified the city’s Public Works department after someone in the 4600 block of Harbour Pointe Blvd. requested plowing.

 

Package theft

A delivered package was reportedly stolen from within the 1400 block of Goat Trail Loop Road.

 

Parking

An officer found two of three reportedly abandoned vehicles in the 4800 block of Pointes Drive were legally parked. A third was not located.

 

Sanding roadways

The Washington State Department of Transportation requested the city’s Public Works department apply sand to roadways in the area of Beverly Park Road and Mukilteo Speedway.

 

Feb. 7

 

Pedestrian struck

A pedestrian was taken to the hospital following a collision with a vehicle at Harbour Pointe Blvd. and Chennault Beach Road.

 

Broken window

Officers investigated a window that was reportedly broken in the 5000 block of 81st Place Southwest.

 

Civil matter

A male in the 4400 block of 75th Street Southwest reported that he had not yet been paid after selling his vehicle in Everett. An officer advised him that the matter was and referred him to the proper jurisdiction.

 

Tools stolen

Tools were reportedly stolen from within the 3900 block of Harbour Pointe Blvd. Southwest.

 

Feb. 8

 

Compression brakes

An officer warned a truck diver for using compression brakes in the area of 5th Street and Mukilteo Speedway.

 

DV assault

A female was arrested on suspicion of fourth-degree domestic violence assault following an argument with a male in the 10500 block of 62nd Place West. She was booked into the Snohomish County Jail.

 

Red bag

A red bag containing personal property was found in the 5300 block of Harbour Pointe Blvd. and booked into evidence as found property.

 

Possible fire

Upon request from fire officials, officers investigated a possible fire in the 12300 block of Harbour Pointe Blvd. to find residents at the location were using their fireplace.

 

Fraudulent tax return

No financial loss was discovered in relation to a report of someone filing a fraudulent 2016 tax return using the reporting party’s information in the 5100 block of 126th Street Southwest.

 

Warrant arrest

One of two people contacted at Lighthouse Park was arrested on a domestic violence no-contact warrant and booked into the Lynnwood Jail.

 

Curbed motorist

A motorist drove over a cement curb in the 600 block of Front Street during heavy rain. The vehicle became high-centered, so a tow truck responded to move the vehicle off the curb.

 

Feb. 9

 

Vehicle prowl

Extra patrols were requested after a report of a vehicle prowl in the 11500 block of Mukilteo Speedway.

 

Hit and run

A male motorist reported his vehicle was struck from behind by another vehicle while he was stopped at a red traffic light at Chennault Beach Road and Mukilteo Speedway. No one was injured.

 

Theft

Officers investigated a report of stolen property in the 1600 block of Horizon Place.

 

Downed power line

An officer blocked the roadway at 64th Place West and Central Drive until Snohomish County PUD crews arrived to remove a downed power line.

 

Residential burglary

A male in the 13000 block of 48th Ave. West reported his residence had been burglarized.

 

Small fire

An officer assisted with traffic control at 80th Street Southwest and 53rd Ave. West after a tree struck a power line and caused a small fire.

 

Solicitors

Officer contacted several subjects who had reportedly been soliciting in the 1400 block of Goat Trail Loop Road. The officer advised them soliciting is prohibited between 8 p.m. and 9 a.m. and advised that they register with the city for proper authorization.

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