Police Beat for week of April 25

Apr 25, 2012

April 17

Follow-Up – 12700 blk 56th Pl. W.

An officer responded to the above residence and assisted the homeowner with removing a crow that had been stuck in the chimney. It was released unharmed.

Follow-Up – 2600 blk SR-525

A resident reported that is son’s trumpet had been located and had not been stolen. It was removed from stolen status in the computer system.

Suspicious – 900 blk 4th St.

A resident reported that he received a call from someone claiming to be Comcast who said that his bill was overdue. He called Comcast and found that the caller had not been from Comcast, and that the call was probably a scam. The resident did not give any account information or any money.

Traffic Collision –11100 blk Chennault Beach Rd.

An officer responded to the above location for a two-vehicle collision. There were no injuries.

Sexual Assault – 600 blk Front St.

A resident requested a phone call regarding a sexual assault. She was calling from Granite Falls to report that she had been assaulted by a co-worker on April 1.

Criminal Traffic – 84th St. & SR-525

An officer stopped a vehicle and cited the driver for driving with a suspended license in the third degree.

Malicious Mischief – 700 blk 2nd St.

A caller reported that the tires on her vehicle were slashed while she was working tonight. The incident is under investigation.

April 18

Harassment – 10900 blk Villa Monte Ct.

An officer responded to the above location regarding an Internet harassment complaint. A caller reported her son’s father sent her a text message in violation of a court order. Officers confirmed the order had not been served and advised the caller to contact the Everett Police Department to get the order served.

Signal Malfunction – SR-525 & 5th St.

An officer on patrol discovered the traffic signals at the above intersection were operating on all-way flashing red. The state Department of Transportation was advised and they responded and fixed the signals.

Harassment – 9600 blk 58th Pl. W.

A resident reported she was a victim of cyber stalking. The caller said an acquaintance was blogging bad things about her. There were no apparent threats, only derogatory comments. Officer took a report to be reviewed by the prosecutor’s office and also advised the caller to try a civil action against the blogger.

Vehicle Prowl –12300 blk H.P. Blvd.

An officer responded to a vehicle prowl report. A debit card was stolen from an unlocked vehicle. The card was used at three different locations. The case is under investigation.

Civil Problem –12300 blk H.P. Blvd.

A resident reported his estranged wife came to the apartment and took everything. There are no orders or property arrangements in place. The caller was advised to contact a divorce attorney.

Malicious Mischief – 10700 blk 64th Pl. W.

A resident reported his truck had been keyed at the above location.

Traffic Complaint – 12300 blk Harbour Pointe Blvd.

A resident reported that two juveniles, one on a small motorcycle and one on a motorized scooter, nearly ran her off the road. The juveniles were not found.

Criminal Traffic – 4300 Chennault Beach Rd.

An officer stopped a vehicle for failing to transfer vehicle title within 45 days. The driver did not have a driver’s license and the officer cited and released him for having no valid operator’s license without ID. His sister was in the car with him, had a license and drove the car away.

Follow-Up/DUI Citation – 10500 blk 47th Pl. W.

An officer received the blood test results in a previous case indicating that the driver was intoxicated. The officer issued a citation for DUI and had it sent to the court for mailing.

Suspicious – 8000 blk SR-525

A caller advised that a white male wearing a ski cap had been in the post office for about four hours. He was gone on arrival.

Missing Person – 6200 blk 102nd St. S.W.

A caller reported that her husband was supposed to pick her up at 3 p.m. and never showed up. An officer had him entered into the computer system as a missing person. Washington State Patrol and Kirkland Police Department located him in Kirkland – he was lost.

Threats – 10700 blk SR-525

A resident reported that a subject threatened her over the phone. The resident did not want to file charges and the subject had calmed down after he spoke with his wife at the above location.

Physical Control – 8400 blk Naketa Ln.

Officers responded to a suspicious vehicle running and parked in the middle of the road at the location. Upon arrival, the officers found a subject unconscious behind the wheel. The officers woke the driver up, and he appeared extremely intoxicated. He was unable to do standard field sobriety tests, blew .000 on the breathalyzer, was transported to Colby Hospital and gave a voluntary blood sample. He also had a suspended driver’s license. Charges will be filed pending blood test results. He was transported home and released.

April 19

Animal Problem – 11100 blk 47th Ave. W.

An officer responded to a report of a duck hit by a car at the location. The officer transported the severely injured duck to PAWS for evaluation and treatment.

Identity Theft – 9200 blk 50th Pl. W.

A resident reported several bank accounts set up in her name without her knowledge or consent. She had her purse and car stolen last August. The case is under investigation.

Injury Crash – Beverly Park Rd. & SR-525

Officers responded to the above location regarding an injury crash blocking the roadway. Officers eventually located the crash at Beverly Park Road and 121 Street S.W. Aid was on scene and the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office was advised.

Blocking 1 Car Crash – Baker’s Crossing & Mukilteo Ln.

Vehicle 1 was westbound on Mukilteo Lane approaching Bakers Crossing. The right front tire caught the curb and the car rode up on the curb striking the fence and the buried steel I-beams stabilizing the bank. The driver was not injured. The car was towed by Dick’s Towing.

Criminal Traffic – Evergreen Dr. & SR-525

An officer stopped a vehicle because the registered owner had a suspended driver’s license. The officer identified the driver as the registered owner and issued him a citation for driving with a suspended license in the third degree.

DUI Collision – 2600 blk SR-525

Officers responded to an injury collision at the above location. Vehicle 2 stopped for traffic and Vehicle 1 rear-ended Vehicle 2. The passenger in Vehicle 2 complained of neck pain and the fire department evaluated and released her at the scene. The driver of Vehicle 1 appeared intoxicated, smelled of intoxicants and he refused standard field sobriety tests and a breathalyzer test. The officers arrested the driver, who provided a breath sample at the police station. The officers cited the drive for driving under the influence and released him to his father. Dick’s Towing impounded the vehicle.

Collision – 1200 blk Mukilteo Blvd.

The driver of Vehicle 1 reported that a “medium sized animal” ran out in front of him, he swerved to miss it, crossed over the oncoming lane and hit the guardrail on the other side of the road. He had minor facial injuries from hitting the steering wheel and refused medical treatment. Dick’s Towing removed the vehicle from the location.

April 20

Suspicious – 4400 blk 130th Pl. S.W.

A resident reported that she received a letter from the IRS stating that they needed more information from her and they were withholding her tax refund. She was advised to contact the IRS.

Trespass – 900 blk 1st St.

An officer was dispatched to an area check for a group of six juveniles trespassing at the tank farm pier. The juveniles were contacted and warned for trespassing.

Suspicious – 8000 blk 40th Ave. W.

An officer was dispatched to check on an occupied vehicle parked near the exterior security fencing of the business. The officer contacted the occupant of the truck, who stated he had parked there to take a nap while waiting for his daughter to finish an activity at the YMCA. He agreed to leave.

Suspicious – 2600 blk SR-525

A caller requested an area check for five juvenile males walking around the school. The juveniles were contacted and they agreed to leave.

Noise Complaint – 700 blk Front St.

An officer was dispatched to a report of two loud subjects on the beach in front of the location. They agreed to quiet down.

April 21

Warrant Service – Snohomish County Jail

Kirkland police reported that they had arrested a subject on a Mukilteo Police Department warrant for driving with a suspended license in the third degree. They met the officer at the jail and booked the subject.

Suspicious – Lighthouse Park

An officer was dispatched to an area check for an adult male consuming alcohol in the park and three subjects walking on the train tracks. The adult male was not found, but the three juveniles were warned for trespassing and agreed to get off the tracks.

Extra Patrol Request – 2300 blk SR-525

A resident reported that several teenagers had been parked in front of her driveway this afternoon and she thought it was suspicious.

Suspicious – 700 blk Washington Ave.

A homeowner reported that an aerial flare landed on his porch. Another caller reported seeing the flare launch from somewhere near the waterfront, possibly from the park itself. Officers made an extensive area check and did not locate any problems. Washington State Ferries and the Coast Guard were also advised.

Criminal Traffic – 92nd St. & SR-525

An officer stopped a vehicle and cited the driver for driving with a suspended license in the third degree.

Suspicious – 5100 blk 104th St. S.W.

A resident reported a burglary in progress. It was determined that one of her son’s friends had been banging on his bedroom window in order to get his attention and that no crime had occurred.

Assist Law – Hwy. 99 & SR-525

Officers responded to a roll-over collision and assisted with traffic control until Washington State Patrol arrived.

Public Assist – 4500 blk H.P. Blvd.

A resident called from the balcony of his apartment to report he had inadvertently locked himself out. Officers entered the apartment through the unlocked front door and let him back inside.

April 22

Follow Up – 5700 blk 110th Pl. S.W.

A caller reported that she was on electronic home monitoring and needed to leave the house because her 82-year-old father had broken his hip and was being taken to Swedish hospital for surgery. The information was forwarded to the administrative coordinator.

Public Assist – 4600 blk H.P. Blvd.

A caller reported that she was in a wheelchair and got stuck in a rut on the path behind the library. An officer pushed her out.

Animal Complaint – 7300 blk 48th Ave. W.

A caller reported that the neighbor’s dog was running along the fence and barking because the caller’s dog was outside. An officer left a note on the neighbor’s door. It was possible that the dog was barking because the caller was playing with her dog right next to the fence.

Suspicious – 700 blk Front St.

A caller reported three males associated with a gray SUV that had been drinking and causing a disturbance. Officers located the vehicle, unoccupied, in Lighthouse Park. The males were not located.

Suspicious – 13100 blk Harbour Heights Dr.

A caller reported that four juveniles went into the ravine and one of them was carrying a small bag. She said that two of them had “glassy eyes.” She reported that they returned to their vehicle and were last seen headed westbound. They were not located.

Juvenile Problem – Chennault Beach Rd. & Marine View Dr.

BNSF reported a group of juveniles had been throwing rocks at passing trains. They were not located.

Residential Burglary – 5200 blk 92nd St. S.W.

A resident reported that some time between Thursday and today someone forced entry into the above home and an Xbox and computer were stolen.

April 24

Warrant Service – 3800 blk H.P. Blvd. S.W.

An officer stopped a Chevy van with plates from a Toyota van on it. The driver’s license status was suspended in the third degree with four warrants for failure to appear in court and another warrant out of Bothell. The plates on the van were to a vehicle owned by the driver’s wife, and the license that should have been on the van had been cancelled for “dishonored check.” He was booked on the warrant and cited for the other offences. The van was impounded to Hansen Towing.

Animal Problem – 5000 blk 84th St. S.W.

An officer responded to the above location regarding a neighbor’s small dog had been barking for the past 45 minutes. The officer found the dog barking and left a warning asking for the resident to contact them.

Neighborhood Dispute – 900 blk Whittington St.

A caller complained that his neighbor had upset his mother by complaining about a handyman dripping paint on his yard while turning around on the narrow driveway. The neighbor agreed not to call the residence any more.

Residential Burglary/Vehicle Theft – 10000 blk 63rd Pl. W.

A resident returned home to find their house had been burglarized sometime between 4 a.m. on April 19 and and 10 a.m. on April 22. A vehicle, checkbook, credit card and cellular phone were stolen. The cell phone has been used extensively since the burglary. The case is under investigation.

Possible Assault 4 DV – 11000 blk 60th Ave. W.

A caller reported that she treated a male with a finger injury. The male claimed that his girlfriend caused the injury during a fight at the above location. An officer attempted contact with both parties, but they were uncooperative. The case is under investigation.

Assault 4DV – 7700 blk 46th Pl. W.

Officers responded to a disturbance at the location. On arrival, officers determined that a subject assaulted his brother by trying to push him down some stairs during an argument. He then fled on foot prior to the officers’ arrival. The officers attempted to locate and arrest him using an Edmonds K9 unit, but he was not located. The investigating officer cited the subject for the above charge and had the case sent to the prosecutor.

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