Police Beat for week of Aug. 28

Aug 28, 2013

Aug. 21

Suspicious Person – 5900 blk 112th Pl. S.W.

An officer was dispatched to a report of a suspicious male at the above location walking through the neighborhood looking at houses and trying car doors. The subject was seen walking around houses as well. The subject told officers he had been kicked out of a friend’s house. He denied prowling cars.

Follow-up – 5900 blk 112th Pl. S.W.

The caller from the above incident called back to advised that his wife’s lunch was missing out of their vehicle. He and thought it may have been taken by the subject.

Residential Burglary/Vehicle Prowl – 1200 blk Crownmill Ave.

An officer responded to the above location for a residential burglary and vehicle prowl. The case is under investigation.

Fraud – 10500 blk 47th Pl. W.

An officer was dispatched to a phone call fraud report from California. It was determined that a caller had called to complain about a company. The caller was referred to the detective handling the complaints.

Narcotics Complaint – 10100 blk SR-525

An officer was dispatched to the above area for a report of the driver in a yellow Volvo smoking marijuana in the drive thru of Starbucks. The vehicle was gone on arrival.

Suspicious Vehicle – 12500 blk Humming Bird Ln.

An officer was dispatched to a report of a Black Yukon Denali with the driver stopping at every house and playing with his phone. The vehicle was not located.

Residential Burglary – 13300 blk 47th Pl. W.

An officer responded to a residential burglary at the above address. The case is under investigation.

Suspicious Vehicle – 12500 blk Hummingbird Ln.

An officer was dispatched to the above address a second time for a Black Denali in the neighborhood. The officer located the vehicle and contacted the driver. It was determined that the driver was attempting to have a private conversation away from his work, which was nearby. The driver advised that he would move on and find a better place to talk.

Traffic Complaint – 4100 blk Harbour Pointe Blvd. S.W.

An officer was dispatched to a report of an unlicensed driver in the above area. The vehicle was not located.

Patrol Information – 4800 blk 92nd St. S.W.

A caller reported there was a pit bull off leash at 92nd Street Park. The caller also wanted to advise of a lot of “sketchy” people at the park.

Juvenile Problem – 5000 blk H.P. Blvd.

A caller reported two male juveniles and a female juvenile smoking pot on the campus. When asked to leave, the juveniles ran off. An officer was still on scene at press time.

Suspicious – Beverly Park Rd. & SR-525

An officer responded to the area to check for a man riding a bicycle while towing a child in a mesh buggy. The caller was concerned because the man was yelling into a cellphone, and the child looked scared. The officer checked the area, but did not locate them.

Collision – Front St. & SR-525

An officer responded to a collision at the location between a bus and a parked vehicle. There were no injuries.

Disturbance – 4900 blk 101st Pl. S.W.

A woman called to report she had been attacked by two other women at the location. When officers arrived, the caller had left and the two woman advised there had been no assault. They said the caller was upset because they had packed her belongings and left them on the front porch. She had reportedly stayed with them for two days before overstaying her welcome. There were no other problems.

Open Door – 7900 blk 46th Ave. W.

Officers responded to the residence to check for possible squatters inside. The house was being remodeled and the homeowner requested a walk through due to recent open doors and windows. No one was located inside and nothing appeared disturbed.

Loud Party – 10000 blk 64th Pl. W.

The officers responded to the location to check on a loud party. Aside from the noise, there were no violations. The resident agreed to turn the music down.

Noise – 400 blk Lincoln Ave.

Officers checked near the location for a possible disturbance. Voices could be heard from the residence nearby. The subjects inside advised they had been watching TV with the windows open. There were no signs of or complaints of a disturbance or assault.

Noise – 600 blk Front St.

An officer responded to the location to check on a refrigeration truck delivering in the area. A caller was upset because the truck was too noisy and the driver refused to shut it down. The officer contacted the driver, who agreed to move the truck to the rear of the building.

Aug. 22

Animal Complaint/Agency Assist – 8400 blk Paine Field Blvd.

An officer was dispatched to the Future of Flight Museum for a report of a dog locked in the back a pickup. The officer responded to assist as the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office had no Animal Control units available. Upon arrival, the officer located a dog locked in a pickup. SCSO requested assistance in transporting the dog to a shelter. The officer transported the dog to police station, where SCSO Animal Control responded and took custody of the dog.

Vehicle Prowl – 11100 blk Chennault Beach Rd.

An officer was dispatched to a vehicle prowl at the above location that occurred after 10:45 p.m. on Aug. 18. There was no damage to the vehicle and a wallet was taken.

Found Property – 10500 blk 47th Pl. W.

An officer was dispatched to the police station for a found wallet. The officer took the wallet into custody.

Suspicious Vehicle – 10200 blk Mukilteo Speedway

A caller thought she saw a suspect vehicle involved in a burglary from May. She saw the vehicle, a late model low rider Honda, near Walgreen’s and that it was driven by a subject who matched the description of the male who sold her stolen jewelry. She requested extra patrol for the vehicle.

Civil – 5000 blk 88th St. S.W.

A resident called to complain about his neighbor’s bright lights that were shining into his residence. A court order had been amended to prohibit spot lights, but not flood lights for the yard. There was no violation. The officers contacted the neighbor to ask if they would lower the position of the lights on the house in the next day or so and/or turn them off for the night. He said he would take the suggestions into consideration.

Noise – 4500 blk H.P. Blvd.

An officer checked the location for loud subjects. It was determined that a child at the location was rolling around in a chair. His father advised the noise would stop.

Follow-Up – 11700 blk SR-525

Officers responded to a theft case under investigation. A woman from a previous theft case appeared to be in the above store and a caller requested she be trespassed. The woman claimed she had never been in the store before. She understood that she was not welcome back, however, and left without incident.

Aug. 23

Theft – 11000 blk 47th Ave. W.

A caller reported several pieces of equipment missing from the vacant lot at the location. The items were taken sometime overnight and included two CB radios, three batteries and some brass fittings.

Found Property – 76th St. S.W. SR-525

A passerby turned in a set of keys he found at the bus stop on Aug. 8. One of the keys was for a Subaru. They were booked as found property.

Vehicle Recovery – 9500 blk 49th Ave. W.

A Mary’s Towing driver was at The Elliott removing illegally parked vehicles at the management’s request and he came across two stolen vehicles. One was reported out of Everett and the other was out of Mukilteo. The vehicles were impounded and messages were left for the registered owners.

Traffic Hazard – 50th Pl. W. & H.P. Blvd.

A passerby reported a stop sign down at the location. An officer was able to put it back up.

Animal Complaint – 800 blk Washington Ave.

A resident reported a dog running in her yard. An officer found the dog and cited the owner, as this is an ongoing problem.

Identity Theft – 12000 blk Clubhouse Ln.

A caller reported four unauthorized charges to her credit card. There is no suspect information and she had already cancelled her card.

Plate Recovery – 92nd St. S.W. & 46th Pl. W.

While on patrol, an officer noticed a vehicle being driven with a stolen license plate. The plate was stolen out of Everett. Officers stopped the vehicle and detained the driver. Officers determined that subject was the registered owner of the vehicle and that the vehicle was not stolen. The driver had just been released from jail and did not know how or why a stolen plate ended up on his vehicle. Officers recovered the stolen plate and cited driver for driving with a suspended license.

Suspicious Vehicle – Pointes Dr. & Possession Way

Management at Bella Terra called to complain about the motorhome parked along Possession Way and Pointes Drive. There have been numerous complaints about the motorhome and the male who is living in it. Officers contacted the registered owner (who lives in the complex and allows her son to live in the motorhome) and warned her that it cannot be parked between midnight and 6 a.m. Pointes Drive is city right of way.

Found Property – Chennault Beach Rd. & H.P. Blvd.

A pedestrian turned in a set of keys that were found at the location. The keys had a pink key chain on them. They were booked as found property.

Barking Dog – 1100 blk 2nd St.

A caller reported her neighbor’s dog barking excessively. An officer spoke with her about the ongoing problem.

Disturbance – 9100 blk 53rd Ave. W.

A caller reported three juveniles were pulling up a Taylor campaign sign. The juveniles were told by the caller to wait for police to arrive, but they called their mother to come get them instead. When the mother arrived, an argument broke out between her and the caller’s wife. Both women claimed the other one assaulted them. One of the juveniles (11 years old) said that the caller’s son assaulted him by grabbing onto his arm. None of the involved parties wanted to pursue charges. Everyone was warned for their actions.

Juvenile Problem – 2600 blk SR-525

Officers were dispatched to Mukilteo Elementary for a complaint of several teenagers screaming profanities while playing basketball and refusing to leave. Upon arrival, officers met with the teens and the complainant. The kids admitted saying a few swear words. Officers warned the children about their language.

Juvenile Problem – 11700 blk SR-525

Officers were dispatched to the Rite Aid for a complaint that a juvenile was possibly high (on marijuana) and just ran away from his mother. His mother reported that she had been trying to take him to get a drug test when he refused to get into the car and ran off. Officers checked the area, including his home, but did not locate him. His mother did not want to file a runaway report at the time, but asked for a phone call if he was located. She said she would file a runaway report later if he didn’t return home. (Family members eventually recovered him.)

Suspicious/Narcotics – 8400 blk SR-525

A caller reportedly witnessed a drug sale transaction in front of the 7-Eleven. The transaction supposedly included an exchange of money and two small plastic bags containing a white substance. The suspected dealer reportedly drove southbound from the location in a green Pontiac. The officer located the vehicle about 25 minutes later and stopped it near 47th Street and Beverly Park Road. The driver was accompanied inside the vehicle by his spouse and 3-month-old daughter. They reportedly had just left a barbecue at the 92nd Street Park five minutes earlier. They said their car had been blocked in at the park for hours and that it had not recently been near the 7-Eleven. He was warned about any potential involvement in illegal drug activity and released. Upon speaking via phone later with the witness, he described the subject accurately but reported he had not been accompanied by anyone else in the Pontiac. Of note, the witness reported that it appeared the driver retrieved the contraband from a small broken area near one of the vehicle’s tail lights. The Pontiac did have an inoperable left brake light.

Residential Burglary – 12300 blk H.P. Blvd.

An officer was dispatched to a residential burglary that occurred between about 8:30 p.m. and 9 p.m. The victim returned home to find pry marks on a patio storage door as well as the patio sliding glass door. Entry appeared to have been made through the master bedroom window. Stolen items included DVDS, an iPod Touch and some Valium.

DUI – 4000 blk SR-526

An officer performed a traffic stop on a silver BMW 328 Coupe. Following an investigation, the officer arrested the driver for DUI. She later provided breathalyzer samples of .098 and .100 and was cited and released to her adult sister. Another intoxicated juvenile passenger was released to her parent at the police station. The BMW was impounded by Paulson’s Towing.

Aug. 24

Barking Dog – 5100 blk 125th Pl. S.W.

A resident reported a dog barking next door. The officer located the dog left outside in the backyard and observed some barking. A notice was left for the owner to contact the animal control officer.

Agency Assist – 5200 blk 80th St. S.W.

Lynnwood police requested an officer check the above address to try and contact the registered owner of a vehicle to see if it was possibly an unreported stolen. The house was vacant and no one was around.

Theft – 10600 blk 47th Pl. W.

A caller reported her cellphone was stolen from the YMCA yesterday and her GPS tracking now showed the phone to be in Bothell. She was going to try and get a deputy to go with her to the address and recover her phone. The case is under investigation.

Suspicious – 3800 blk H.P. Blvd. S.W.

Officers responded to the Bank of America parking lot for a report of a man and woman “doing something sexual” in the trees. The officers contacted a married couple who said they had been picking up fruit that had fallen from the nearby trees.

Trespassing – 200 blk SR-525

BNSF Railway reported two teenage boys playing on the train tracks. An officer contacted both boys. They were issued warnings for trespassing.

Theft – 4900 blk 102nd Pl.

A caller reported that her phone had been taken while at a party the previous night. The case is under investigation.

Suspicious – 11100 blk Chennault Beach Rd.

Officers responded to the area near the golf course for a report of a man wandering around and acting “out there.” The officers found a man talking on a cellphone and walking on the golf path. There was nothing suspicious.

Collision – 11700 SR-525

Officers responded to the above parking lot for a vehicle vs. building collision. Vehicle 1 struck the structure in front of Travel Leaders. There was slight damage to the building. There were no injuries.

Noise Complaint – 5100 blk 125th Pl. S.W.

Officers responded to the above residence for a report of a barking dog. The complainant reported it was an ongoing problem as the dog had been barking all day. Upon arrival, the officers did not hear the dog barking and no one appeared to be home.

Suspicious – 11700 blk SR-525

A caller reported that the suspect in a previous shoplifting case had returned to the store. He said that the suspect had not taken anything but he wanted him trespassed. Prior to the officers’ arrival, the suspect left the building and ran across the street to a waiting vehicle. It was not located.

Aug. 25

Warrant – 1300 blk Colby Ave.

The Everett Police Department advised that a subject wanted on a Mukilteo warrant was at Providence Hosptial visiting a family member. No Everett officer was available to take her into custody. Due to staffing levels, Mukilteo officers were unable to take her into custody either.

Suspicious – 800 blk 5th St.

Officers were dispatched to a report of a woman yelling for help from the location. While en route, dispatch cancelled the officers, as it was confirmed to be an ambulance call for a fall victim.

DUI – 4800 blk Sterling Way

A passerby reported seeing a blue VW at the location with a man and woman inside drinking from a wine bottle. The vehicle was gone on arrival.

Welfare Check – 11900 blk 59th Ave. W.

A caller requested a welfare check on his sister at the above location. The brother had not heard from her in three weeks and was concerned. Officers contacted the sister’s husband and he said she was in Indiana. The husband said he would have his wife call her brother.

Barking Dog – 5100 blk 125th Pl. S.W.

A caller reported a barking dog at the location for the past 24 hours and said that a warning notice about the barking from the previous day was still on the door. An officer checked on the dog in the back yard and saw it had food and water and was not barking. The officer also called the homeowner and they said that they were en route home.

Burglary 1/Order Violation

A caller reported that his son had entered his house in violation of an anti-harassment order. While at house, his son asked he and his wife for money. When an argument broke out, his wife said that she was calling 911, and the son began to pull the phone from the wall. The son left through the garage, took a knife, held it toward his own neck and told them if they came close to him he would harm himself. He then ran out of the house toward the back yard. Mukilteo officers and Snohomish County Sheriff’s deputies and a K9 team searched the area. Deputies located him about two hours later in the 13800 blk of Lincoln. He was booked into the Snohomish County Jail.

Disturbance – 700 blk Front St.

Officers responded to the Silver Cloud for a report of a disturbance with a guest pounding on walls and knocking on doors. The officers found that the woman was upset with the level of service at the hotel and was eventually asked to leave. The officer arranged for a cab to take her home.

Noise – 5600 blk 88th St. S.W.

An officer was dispatched to the above location for a report of a possible party with a group of juveniles making a lot of noise. Upon arrival, all was quiet.

Follow Up – 10500 blk 47th Pl. W.

A passerby dropped off a phone at the police station that had been found at the YMCA. An officer contacted the phone’s owner, who came by and picked it up.

Aug. 26

Collision – H.P. Blvd. S.W. & SR-525

An officer responded to the above location for a collision. Vehicle 1 rear-ended Vehicle 2.

Suspicious Person – 600 blk Front St.

Officers were dispatched to a report of a man in his 60s at the bus stop wearing a hat with a feather in it, gray pants, fanny pack and shorts over his pants. The man was reportedly dancing in traffic. He was gone on arrival.

Harassment – 8800 blk 48th Pl. W.

A caller requested officers contact her neighbor after he yelled obscenities at her about her dog. The neighbor was contacted and advised to communicate without obscenities in the future or call 911. There were no other problems.

Felony Harassment/DV – 13300 blk Pacific Point Ln.

Officers responded to the above residence for a report of a subject with a knife. Upon arrival, the knife had been put away. It was determined that during an argument, the subject grabbed a butcher knife and threatened to kill his father. He was transported to and booked at the Denney Youth Center.

Noise – 8300 blk 45th Pl. W.

An officer responded to the location for the report of people talking loudly. The officer contacted the subjects, who had been drinking, and they agreed to quiet down. There were no problems.

Found Property – 8400 blk 44th Ave. W.

A woman contacted an officer and said she had been cleaning a vacant apartment at the above location for the manager when she found two birth certificates inside. The certificates were taken as found property.

Aug. 27

Shoplift – 11700 blk SR-525

An officer was dispatched to a report of a shoplift that just occurred. Upon arrival, it was determined that the “shoplifter” had actually paid for the items taken and the caller was another shopper who did not see the transaction.

Shoplift – 10200 blk SR-525

An officer responded to a report of a black man in a multi-colored hoodie and black jeans that took liquor and fled the store. Officers checked the area, but the man was not located. Two bottles of Fireball at $17.99 each were taken.

Animal Complaint – 13400 blk Pacific Pointe Ln.

A resident called to report that their female German Shepard mix with a maroon collar and no tags had escaped. The caller wanted police aware if the dog was found.

Property Complaint – 4600 blk H.P. Blvd. S.W.

An officer responded to a found driver’s license and a set of keys. Officer was unable to contact the owner, so the items were booked as found property.

Traffic Complaint – 4th St. & Prospect Ave.

A caller requested extra patrols for a beat up blue and red van that was seen speeding.

Disturbance – 9200 blk SR-525

An officer contacted a complainant and a witness regarding a road rage situation that occurred at the above location. It was determined there was no assault, damage or collision. The suspect driver was not located.

Juvenile Problem – 7600 blk 45th Pl. W.

An officer checked the area for two juveniles who had walked through a resident’s yard with airsoft (fake) rifles. The juveniles were not located.

Assault 4/DVX3 – 2300 blk SR-525

Officers responded to the location for the report of physical domestic violence. Upon arrival officers learned a family argument had turned physical. The primary aggressor was transported by private ambulance to Providence for neck, back and rib pain. Charges were forwarded to the Prosecutor’s Office.

Welfare Check – Chennault Beach Rd. & H.P. Blvd.

Officers checked for a subject near the location who was reportedly sitting in the shrubs. They found a homeless male from Seattle, who was in the area looking for his daughter. He was disoriented, confused and unable to care for himself. He was evaluated by paramedics and then transported to the Triage Center in Everett for further evaluation and assistance.

Follow-Up – 1600 blk Walnut St. Everett

Dispatch advised that a bicycle stolen out of Mukilteo had been recovered in Everett. The bicycle was impounded to evidence.

Vehicle Prowl/Theft – 2600 blk Mukilteo Speedway

A caller reported that his vehicle had been prowled. He did not realize it had happened until he returned home to Everett. He came to the police station to file a report.

Welfare Check – 11700 blk SR-525

An officer checked the area for a female sleeping on a bench. She had stopped to rest and did not need medical assistance.

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