Police Beat for week of Jan. 9
Traffic Complaint – 8400 blk SR-525
A caller reported a possible DUI northbound from the location. Officers located the vehicle in the ferry holding lanes and verified that the driver was not intoxicated.
Collision – 200 blk SR-525
Vehicle 1 slid on ice on the overpass and hit Vehicle 2 in the oncoming southbound lane. There were no injuries.
Warrant Service – 6000 blk 168th St. S.W., Lynnwood
An Edmonds court officer arrested a subject on a $500 Mukilteo traffic warrant. A Mukilteo officer met up with the officer and booked the subject into the county jail.
Theft 3 – 6000 blk 96th St. S.W.
A caller reported that between Dec. 26 and Jan. 1 an unknown person took the front license plate from her vehicle. An officer had it entered as stolen and took the rear plate for destruction.
Traffic Complaint – Harbour Pointe Blvd. & SR-525
An officer responded to a silver Camry driving recklessly in the area. It was gone on arrival.
Fire Assist – 700 blk Front St.
An officer found a male that was bleeding from the mouth and appeared to be having a seizure in the ferry holding lanes. The Fire Department responded and transported him to Providence Hospital. Washington State Ferries employees moved his vehicle to another part of the lot.
Suspicious – 8400 blk SR-525
A caller wanted to talk to an officer about comments and implied threats made by her ex-employer. She agreed to meet with the officer tomorrow, because she was unable to come in today.
Animal Complaint – 600 blk Front St.
A caller reported that a dog was riding in the back of a pick-up truck and he felt that it was too cold for that. The vehicle was not located.
Open Door – 12700 blk 52nd Pl. W.
A caller reported the garage door across the street was open but there did not appear to be anyone home. An officer spoke to the homeowner who said that renters were to be moving in. Officers found an open door and searched the house. There were a few personal items inside, but nothing appeared to be suspicious.
Theft – 11700 blk SR-525
Officers responded to the business for a shoplift that had just occurred. Upon arrival, an officer found that two separate thefts might have occurred. A male was seen on video possibly stealing alcohol while an unidentified customer reported that another male might have been stuffing something in his pockets. Neither male was located and management was unsure if anything had actually been taken. They will contact the originating officer if any more information becomes available.
Possession of Drug Paraphernalia – 12700 blk SR-525
Officers responded to the parking lot of the 7-Eleven for a report of a male passed out in a vehicle. The officer contacted the male, who had drug paraphernalia in plain view. He was booked into the Snohomish County Jail for possession of drug paraphernalia and his vehicle impounded pending a search warrant.
Traffic Hazard – Chennault Beach Rd. & SR-525
A passerby reported ice on the roadway. An officer found that a business’ lawn sprinklers were left on overnight and the water on the roadway had frozen. Public Works was notified of the hazard.
Alarm – 9700 blk Marine View Dr.
Officers were dispatched to a burglary in progress at the location and dispatch advised that the homeowner had barricaded himself in the bedroom with a shotgun. After arriving on scene, officers learned that the homeowner did not see or hear anyone breaking in, but his alarm had gone off, and he assumed it was a burglary. Nothing suspicious was located.
Juvenile Problem – 10100 blk 48th Ave. W.
A caller reported two of his vehicles were egged sometime overnight. There was no damage. He requested extra patrols.
Animal Complaint – 600 blk Front St.
A caller reported a baby seal on the beach. Seal Sitters arrived on scene the same time that an officer did. No further assistance was needed.
Patrol Information – 10500 blk 47th Pl. W.
Everett police advised that they were searching for a 74-year-old dementia patient who had walked away from his house just outside of the city limits off of Mukilteo Boulevard. He was later located by Everett police.
Malicious Mischief – 4800 blk Park Dr.
A caller reported the passenger window of her vehicle was broken sometime today. Nothing was taken from the vehicle. There is no suspect information.
Found Property – 8200 blk 44th Ave. W.
A caller reported that a handgun was found in their employee bathroom. The gun likely belongs to one of the employees, but no one had come forward reporting it lost yet. The gun was booked into evidence as found property.
Disturbance – 600 blk Front St.
A caller reported a group of subjects were refusing to mind the cordoned area for the seal pup and were yelling at her. An officer spoke with the subjects and they agreed to leave the caller and the seal pup alone.
Road Rage – Beverly Park Rd. & SR-525
An officer was dispatched to a report of a road rage incident between a white Chevy and a silver Acura. The incident occurred at Albertson’s and the vehicles left southbound on SR-525. The call was referred to the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office.
Traffic Complaint – Beverly Park Rd. & SR-525
An officer was dispatched to the above area for a possible DUI. The officer contacted the driver who was sleepy but had not been drinking.
Juvenile Problem – 5200 blk 97th Pl. S.W.
Officers responded to the above residence for a disturbance between a mother and daughter. They had been arguing about the daughter’s disrespectful attitude, but there had not been an assault.
Hit & Run/DUI – 5700 blk Chennault Beach Dr.
Officers responded to the above area for a report that a green BMW had hit three unoccupied vehicles then drove away from the scene. The vehicle was located in the 6700 block of Harbour Heights Parkway, where it had run off the roadway. The driver was arrested for hit and run and DUI. She provided breath samples of .230 and .227. She was booked into the Snohomish County Jail. Her vehicle was impounded.
Follow Up –10200 blk Marine View Dr.
During the above investigation, the driver claimed that she had left her home after an argument with, and being struck in the face by, her husband. She said that she was not injured and there were no marks visible. Officers went to the residence to contact the husband, but there was no answer at the door.
Malicious Mischief – 11100 blk Chennault Beach Rd.
An officer met with a resident who stated that there has been an on-going problem at night of persons breaking into the outgoing mailboxes. He requested additional checks in the area at night.
Warrant Service/Criminal Traffic – 8000 blk 40th Ave. W.
An officer stopped a car at the above location for speeding. The driver had a confirmed warrant for reckless driving and was third-degree DWLS (Driving With License Suspended). The driver was booked on the warrant and cited for the traffic violations. His car was driven away by his girlfriend.
Property – 5200 blk 103rd St. S.W.
An officer responded to the above location regarding a report of a bicycle left by the side of the road. The bike was not reported stolen. It was left at the location.
Assist Law – 11700 blk SR-525
Washington State Patrol requested extra patrol for a dark blue hit-and-run suspect vehicle. An officer checked the area but found nothing.
Unwanted Subject – 4300 blk Chennault Beach Rd.
Officers contacted a subject who was reportedly “causing a scene” over $1 lost in a vending/gaming machine. Management advised the machine had an “out of order” sign. The subject agreed to leave without further problems.
Follow-Up – 11700 blk SR-525
The victim from the earlier Washington State Patrol hit-and-run called to report the suspect had returned and they exchanged information. It was requested that dispatch notify WSP of the update.
Criminal Traffic – Paine Field Blvd. & 84th St. S.W.
An officer stopped a vehicle and cited the driver for third-degree DWLS (Driving With License Suspended) and no proof of insurance.
Traffic Hazard – 1200 blk Mukilteo Ln.
An officer checked the area for a cardboard cutout of a cat in the roadway. The cutout was located and removed.
Suspicious – 10300 blk 50th Pl. W.
Officers responded to the address to check the interior of the home, which was under construction. The homeowner had requested the check after finding the front door had been pulled open. Nothing suspicious was located inside or around the residence.
Party Complaint – 4800 blk 87th St. S.W.
Officers responded to the residence to check for loud music and subjects yelling. They contacted the occupants at the above residence, who agreed to quiet down and stay inside.
Suspicious – 13500 blk 42nd Ave. W .
Officers checked the area for three subjects who had reportedly tried the door handles of vehicles at the above location. No entry was made into any of the vehicles and the subjects were not located.
Theft – 12400 blk 55th Pl. W.
Officers responded to the above location to assist a taxi driver with subjects who fled from the taxi without paying. The subjects were located and the fare was paid. There were no other problems.
Suspicious Incident – 900 blk 3rd St.
A resident at the above address reported a possible attempted burglary. One of the windows of a set of French doors was shattered. An officer determined that it was the inside pane of a double pane window that was broken. There was no evidence of an attempted break-in.
Open Door –1300 blk Goat Trail Ct.
Officers responded to the above address regarding a report that the garage door was half way open and the residents were not at home. The officers searched the residence and found nothing suspicious.
Unattended Death –10200 blk Harbour Pl.
Officers responded to the location regarding a resident found deceased in his apartment this morning. The subject had passed away from apparent natural causes. Medical examiners released his remains to his next of kin.
Possible DUI – 8000 blk SR-525
An officer checked the area from the above location north to Front Street for a white Jeep that was reportedly being driven erratically. The vehicle was not located.
Civil Problem – 900 blk Goat Trail Loop Rd.
A resident reported that her nextdoor neighbor is placing “stuff” on her property. The caller said that her property line is on the neighbor’s side of fence between the properties. She was advised that it was an issue over the property line.
Inc. Traffic Complaint – 11700 blk SR-525
An officer checked the area for a possible DUI vehicle in the area. The vehicle, which had reportedly been swerving, was parked behind a business.
Warrant Arrest – 92nd Street Park
An officer contacted a subject in a parked vehicle at the park. A records check showed he had a warrant for his arrest. The warrant was confirmed and the subject was transported to and booked at the Snohomish County Jail.
Suspicious Incident – 12700 blk SR-525
An employee found a small amount of white powder in a small tin. It was unknown to whom it belonged. An officer advised on how to properly dispose of the powder.
Loud Music – 5300 H.P. Blvd.
An officer checked the above location for reported loud music but didn’t hear it.
Suspicious Incident – Lighthouse Park
A caller reported a male had pulled a plastic bag out of the driftwood on the beach and drove out of the park. She thought it might have been a drug transaction. The male was not located.
Animal Problem – 5600 blk 104th Pl. S.W.
An officer checked the area for a golden retriever wandering in the area, apparently lost. The dog was not located.
Found Child – 11100 blk Chennault Beach Rd.
Officers responded to the above location regarding a young girl wandering and lost in the parking lot. The officers talked with the girl and determined that she lived nearby. As they were walking the girl to her apartment, her father contacted the officers as he was out looking for her. She had wandered off while playing.
Suspicious Incident – 12300 H.P. Blvd.
Officers received an anonymous report of ongoing strong odors of ammonia or urine from the above apartment. An officer did not detect any strange odors.
Noise Complaint – 8600 blk 45th Pl. W.
A resident requested a phone call from an officer regarding an ongoing noise problem at the above address. The officer answered the caller’s questions. The resident called a second time and requested an officer respond to the address. Upon officer arrival, loud music and yelling could be heard inside the residence. Contact was made with a resident, and the city noise code was explained to her. She agreed to quiet her guests down. The resident was also warned that any further complaints would likely result in a citation.
Harassment – 12400 blk Evergreen Dr.
An officer called a resident and answered his questions about harassing text messages he had been receiving.
Suspicious Vehicle – 13100 blk Harbour Heights Dr.
A resident saw two suspicious vehicles (a black sedan and a smaller white sedan) in the neighborhood. They were gone on officers’ arrival.
Juvenile Problem – 2600 blk SR-525
Officers responded to the location regarding a 9-year-old special education student that left campus. School staff returned him to school and canceled the officers prior to their arrival.
Traffic Hazard – 44th Ave. W. & 84th St. S.W.
An officer responded to a sewer lid that was off the drain. The officer replaced the lid.
Assist Agency – 5100 blk 133rd St. S.W.
The Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office had a burglary at the above residence and asked Mukilteo officers to keep an eye out for someone carrying a computer. He was not located.
Juvenile Problem – 2600 blk SR-525
The special education student (from previous juvenile problem) threw a rock at a teacher and the school requested police and fire department assistance.
Criminal Traffic – 4200 blk Russell Rd.
An officer stopped vehicle because the driver matched the registered owner, who had a suspended driver’s license. The driver was indeed the registered owner and the officer cited him for third-degree DWLS (Driving With License Suspended).
Missing Person – 2600 blk SR-525
While on patrol, an officer was flagged over by an individual who said that her 11-year-old granddaughter was missing from school. A short time later, the girl was located at her aunt’s house a few blocks away.
Suspicious – 9900 blk 50th Pl. W.
A caller reported that she received a call from someone who asked for her husband and said he was with the police. When she asked for clarification the other party hung up. She requests extra patrol.
Theft –11700 blk SR-525
Officers responded to the location for a shoplift that just occurred. The manager reported that a white male, about 6 feet tall and 250 pounds, left the store with nine bottles of Crown Royal whiskey without paying. He was last seen getting into a blue Chevy Malibu then driving southbound. He was not located. The caller said that the incident is on surveillance tape and would call back when it is available.
Suspicious Vehicle – 11900 blk Preswick Ln.
A caller reported a suspicious silver or gold Honda type vehicle driving through the neighborhood. The vehicle was gone on officers’ arrival.
Found Property – 4600 blk H.P. Blvd.
An officer responded to the location for a found cellphone. The officer took the phone as found property and it was booked into evidence.
Collision – 11700 blk SR-525
A resident came to the police department to report a hit-and-run collision that occurred about a month ago in a parking lot. There were no suspects.
Illegal Dumping – 8800 blk SR-525
A passerby came to the police department and reported that a subject dumped some garbage on the trail at the location. An officer made contact with the subject’s mother. She said that she would have him pick it up.
Attempted Theft – 12300 blk H.P. Blvd.
A caller reported an attempted fraud. The unknown suspect sent her a check and then asked her to send money back for the fees. She did not fall for the scam and threw the check away.
Suspicious – 11100 blk Chennault Beach Rd.
A mother came to the police station and said that she was concerned because their family had taken a significant cut in income recently and she was concerned that they could not care for their 17-year-old son. Officers spoke with her, her husband and her son and determined that her son was being adequately cared for. Officers gave her some resources about how to obtain family help/counseling.
Follow-Up – 4900 blk 92nd St. S.W.
An officer responded to a suspicious vehicle parked at the 92nd Street Park with a broken window. An individual was arrested out of this vehicle a few days ago and it was left there. The officer contacted the registered owner, who said that he would make arrangements to move it as soon as he could.
Assault 4 DV – 4900 blk 90th Pl. S.W.
A caller reported that she had been pushed and “choked” by her boyfriend. She said that he then left in a red Isuzu Rodeo. Officers checked the area but did not locate him. The girlfriend had red marks on her neck, however, a juvenile witness at the scene said that it was the girlfriend who had initially attacked her boyfriend. The officer made phone contact with the suspect and he said that his girlfriend attacked him, but he refused to meet with the officer in person. The case will be sent to the prosecutor.
Juvenile Problem – 5100 blk 81st Pl. S.W.
Officers were dispatched to the location when a resident called to report his son was acting strangely and swearing. Officers determined that the son had become upset with his dad because he didn’t appreciate being awakened so early in the morning to do his chores. The caller was concerned about ongoing behavioral problems he’s observed in his son. The officer provided the dad some information including At Risk Youth petition information.