Police Beat for week of June 20

Jun 20, 2012

June 12

 

Vehicle Prowl – 4500 blk Harbour Pointe Blvd.

A caller reported that about five minutes prior to calling, he found a male inside one of his vehicles.   He described the male as between 20 and 30 years old, 6’1”, with brown scraggly hair, facial hair and glasses.  He said the male was last seen running toward Harbour Pointe Boulevard.  The male was not located.  The caller was unsure of what was missing.

 

Traffic Collision – H.P. Blvd. S.W. & SR-525

An officer responded to the above area for a two-vehicle collision.  Vehicle 2 began to turn right from Harbour Pointe Boulevard S.W., stopped for traffic and was struck from behind by Vehicle 1.  There were no injuries.

 

Suspicious – 4500 blk H.P. Blvd.

A resident received a call stating that the caller was holding the resident’s brother in Mexico and he would be killed if the resident did not pay $700 for his release. The resident informed the called that he does not have a brother.

 

Burglary – 5200 blk 88th St. S.W.

A caller reported that sometime in the past week, someone entered the above house and removed the washer, dryer, refrigerator and dishwasher.  He said that the house is in foreclosure.

 

Nuisance Complaint – 12300 blk H.P. Blvd.

A caller reported that the male at the above location was standing outside yelling at people walking by.  She said that he has a history of this behavior and possibly has mental health issues.  Prior to the officers’ arrival she called back and said that the male was driving away.  He was not located.

 

Traffic Collision – 6500 blk Harbour Heights Pkwy.

An officer responded to the above location for a report of a hit-and-run collision.  The officer located the suspect at the scene.  He initially denied involvement and became agitated with the officer.  He was detained and handcuffed but released when the victim decided that he did not want to pursue charges.  They exchanged information.

 

DUI Complaint – 84th St. S.W.  & SR-525

An officer was dispatched to a report of a white Dodge four-door traveling 20 mph with no headlights and stopping repeatedly in the road.  The officer located the vehicle and conducted a traffic stop.  The driver did not appear intoxicated and explained that her headlights would not come on and so she was trying to get to her nearby home while driving very slowly.  The officer made sure she got home safely.

 

Suspicious Person – 11000 blk 59th Ave. W.

An officer was dispatched to a complaint of an unknown subject knocking on the complainant’s front door.  The subject reportedly couldn’t seem to get his story straight and said he was out of gas.  The subject was described as a tall, thin, Caucasian male in his 20s with a beard and wearing a dark blue sweatshirt.  The subject reportedly departed on foot in an unknown direction of travel.  Officers checked the area but did not locate the subject.  It was later confirmed that this subject had indeed run out of gas and parked his vehicle nearby, partially blocking the roadway and a driveway.  The subject returned with some gas and moved the vehicle.

 

Residential Burglary – 5400 blk 125th Pl. S.W.

The above residence was burglarized and jewelry was stolen from the master bedroom.  The case is under investigation.

 

June 13

 

Collisions – H.P. Blvd. S.W. & SR-525

An officer responded to two rear-end collisions at the above location.  Both at fault drivers were cited.

 

Theft – 4300 blk Russell Rd.

An officer responded to the location for a metal theft report.  Upon arrival, it was determined that about $4,000 in scrap aluminum was taken from a bin between 2:18 and 2:41 this morning.  The caller had video surveillance of the incident. The case is under investigation.

 

Animal Complaint – 5300 blk H.P. Blvd.

An officer responded to the above location for a barking dog complaint.  Upon arrival, it was determined that a large German Shepard was poorly contained in the stairwell and was aggressive toward the neighbor.  The officer advised the daughter of the dog owner of proper ways to contain the dog, and will be following up with the owner.

 

Road Rage – 11700 blk SR-525

An officer was dispatched to a two-car, non-injury, non-blocking collision at the above location.  Upon arrival, the officer contacted both parties and determined that Driver 2 got impatient waiting for Driver 1 to move his vehicle when the traffic light turned green so Driver 2 bumped Driver 1’s car with his van. There were no injuries and no damage to either vehicle.  When asked why Driver 2 bumped the vehicle he stated that his horn did not work.  The case is under investigation for possible charges.

 

Theft – 4800 blk 76th St. S.W.

An officer responded to the above location for a lost or stolen wallet.  Upon arrival, it was determined that a Visa card taken from the wallet is being used.  The case is under investigation.

 

Juvenile Problem– 900 blk 3rd St.

A resident reported his daughter was outside, past curfew and possible high. He said she was an At Risk Youth and was violating the conditions. Officers contacted the daughter. The resident was advised to inform the daughter’s probation officer about the violations.

 

Warrant Arrest– 4200 blk Russell Rd.

An officer stopped a vehicle and the driver was cited for driving with a suspended license in the third degree and no insurance. He also had a misdemeanor warrant out of the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office for driving with a suspended license in the second degree with $2,500 bail. He was transported and booked into Snohomish County Jail.

 

June 14

 

Property – 5400 blk H.P. Blvd.

Citizen brought in a purple iPod with some accessories that were found at the above location earlier in the day.  Property was booked for safekeeping.

 

Assault 4/Violate Order – 3600 blk South Rd.

Officers responded to the area listed regarding a report of a possible physical domestic violence case.  A woman was seen to jump out of a moving vehicle.  Officers contacted the woman, who said a subject had hit her three times in the face and then she had jumped out of the vehicle.  He is the respondent of a no-contact order taken out by the woman. An aid car transported the victim to hospital and probable cause was issued for the subject.  If he is located, he is to be booked on the probable cause.

 

Animal Problem – 5300 blk H.P. Blvd.

An officer responded to the above location regarding a report that the downstairs neighbor had their 140-pound German Shepard out without a leash or chain.  The upstairs neighbor was afraid to go up the stairs over the dog to her apartment.  Officer contacted the dog owner and observed that the dog was not restrained.  Officers had been in contact with the dog owner for the past two days and had ordered the owners to restrain the dog anytime that it is outside, as its enclosure is completely inadequate to contain the dog.  Both parties were instructed that the dog is to be restrained on a chain or leash at all times that it is outside until its enclosure is made suitable.

 

Disturbance– 3900 blk H.P. Blvd. S.W.

Officers responded to the location for a report of belligerent male trying to assault a cab driver. Upon arrival officers contacted the subject and the cab driver. The subject had vomited in the driver’s taxi on the way to the hotel and the driver charged him extra for the cleanup. No assault had occurred, and the subject paid the entire bill.

 

Welfare Check – 5000 blk 84th St. S.W.

Officers responded to the area for a male who was passed out in the ditch. Officers contacted the subject, who was face down in the ditch, unresponsive. He was extremely intoxicated and could not stand or speak. Mukilteo paramedics responded to evaluate the subject. He was transported by aid to Providence hospital.

 

Follow Up – 5300 blk H.P. Blvd.

An officer contacted a subject at the police station in reference to a problem with his neighbor. The resident said his neighbor always calls the police about his dog, complaining that it is dangerous. The resident said his dog is not dangerous and said the police always take the side of his neighbor. He was advised to contact the police if he had any future issues with his neighbor.

 

June 15

 

Animal Complaint – 2300 blk SR-525

A caller reported that about 15 minutes prior to calling, his vehicle struck a black cat near the above location.  He said the cat ran into the woods and he was unable to get to it.  The cat was not located and the Animal Control officer was notified.

 

Traffic Complaint –11700 blk SR-525

An officer was dispatched to the above area for a report of a vehicle driven by an elderly driver traveling at 4 mph.  It was not located.

 

Juvenile Problem – 5000 blk H.P. Blvd.

An officer was dispatched to the location for an assault report.  The officer found that two subjects agreed to meet after school to fight three days ago. The boys exchanged punches and one was left with a loose tooth. The officer determined that it was mutual combat.  Both boys were suspended from school.

 

Juvenile Problem – 2600 blk SR-525

An officer was dispatched to the location for a report of a juvenile who brought a knife to school. The student said that he found the knife while walking to school.  He said that he thought it was interesting and thought he would bring it home to show his father. The officer found that there had been no threats and the knife was not illegal to possess.  The school notified his parents, and he was expelled from school.

 

Traffic Collision – 11700 blk 59th Ave. W.

An officer responded to the above area for a two-vehicle collision.  Vehicle 1 backed out of the driveway and struck Vehicle 2.  There were no injuries.

 

Traffic Collision – Beverly Park Rd. & SR-525

Vehicles 1 and 2 were turning left from Beverly Park Road onto SR-525 in adjacent lanes.  Vehicle 1 drifted into Vehicle 2’s lane and sideswiped Vehicle 2 during the turn.  There were no injuries.

 

Found Dog – 10500 47th Pl. W.

A caller reported that she found a stray dog nearby.  An officer was still en route at the time of this report.

 

Prescription Fraud – 4400 blk 106th St. S.W.

An officer was dispatched to the location for a report that a patient had refilled a prescription for a controlled substance 57 times in the past six months.  The officer was still on scene at the time of this report.

 

Narcotics Complaint – 5600 blk 110th Pl. S.W.

A caller reported that a group of five juveniles were smoking narcotics in the ravine across the street from the above location.  An officer was still en route at the time of this report.

 

Agency Assist – 88th St. S.W. & SR-525

A caller reported that Lake Serene Elementary put out a warning about a male that approached a child near the school.  He said that a male who fit the description was near the above location.  Officers contacted a subject, who seemed to have mental health issues. The officer spoke with the investigating deputy who wanted the subject ID’d and photographed.  The information was passed onto the deputy.

 

Collision – 12800 blk Beverly Park Rd.

Vehicle 1 struck the back of Vehicle 2 while merging.  There were no injuries.

 

Follow-Up – 10500 blk 47th Pl. W.

A female came to the police station to report that she just saw officers talking to a subject along the side of the road that she believed fit the description of a possible luring suspect.  The female was advised that officers were aware of the situation and were investigating.

 

Suspicious – 8400 blk SR-525

A female called to report that she thought she also saw the suspect of a possible luring incident that occurred at Serene Lake Elementary earlier in the day.  The subject had already been contacted by dayshift officers and ID’d/photographed at the request of the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office.

 

Welfare Check – 800 blk 3rd St.

An officer was dispatched to check the welfare of what was reported as a homeless looking male talking to himself along the side of the road.  The officer made contact with the male, who declined an offer of transport to the Triage Center in Everett, etc.  The officer assisted him in finding the right Community Transit bus to start heading back to Seattle.

 

Animal Complaint – 5500 blk 101st St. S.W.

An officer was dispatched to a report of an ongoing problem with a loose Pit Bull in the neighborhood.  The officer documented the incident for referral to Animal Control.

 

Suspicious – Goat Trail Rd. & Possession View Ln.

An officer was dispatched to a report of three teens setting some toilet paper on fire in front of a Honey Bucket.  The teens were gone on arrival and there was no apparent damage or evidence that anything had been burned.

 

Trespass – Lighthouse Park

An officer was dispatched to an area check for 5-6 subjects on the train tracks south of the park.  The subjects were advised they were trespassing, documented and released.

 

June 16

 

Warrant Service – 128th St. & I-5

Mill Creek police advised that they arrested a subject on a Mukilteo warrant for driving with a suspended license in the third degree and requested an officer meet at the above location.  The subject was booked into the Snohomish County Jail.

 

Traffic Collision – H.P. Blvd. & SR-525

An officer was dispatched to the above intersection for a two-vehicle collision.  Vehicle 2 was turning into the parking lot and was rear-ended by Vehicle 1.  There were no injuries.

 

Traffic Collision – SR-525 & Paine Field Blvd.

An officer responded to the above location for a one-vehicle collision.  The vehicle spun out while turning onto SR-525.  There were no injuries.

 

Fire Assist -  700 blk Front St.

An officer responded to the location for a parachute seen going into the water.  The Mukilteo Fire Department requested officers assist with traffic control.  The parachute actually turned out to be balloons.

 

Animal Complaint – 11700 blk SR-525

An officer was dispatched to a dog running in traffic near the location.  The officer was unable to locate the dog.  The dog was described as a male Pomeranian.

 

Traffic Complaint – 4700 blk 73rd St. S.W.

An officer was dispatched to a recklessly driven black Mercedes traveling over 80 mph near the above location.  The officer stopped the vehicle for a traffic violation and contacted the driver, who admitted to the officer that he did take a corner too fast.  He was warned about his driving.

 

Fireworks – 5400 blk H.P. Blvd.

Officer responded to the parking lot of Nantucket Condos for 4 to 5 subjects lighting off fireworks.  They were gone on arrival.

 

Malicious Mischief – 11500 blk H.P. Blvd.

A caller reported that two juveniles threw some fireworks into a porta potty at the PUD substation, causing damage to the porta potty.  They were last seen running toward Harbour Pointe Boulevard.  The officers located the juveniles on St. Andrews Drive.  They were identified and admitted to causing the damage and they were released to their parents.  The case will be sent to the juvenile prosecutor for charges.

 

Threats –1300 blk Crownmill Ave.

A resident requested contact in reference to a neighbor telling her she was “going down.”  She advised that she was driving home and saw the neighbor walking in the area. She stopped as she was turning onto the street to let the neighbor cross the street.  The neighbor then approached her vehicle and pounded on the window saying she (the caller) was “going down.”  Officers contacted the neighbor and officers determined that no crime occurred.

 

Suspicious –13500 blk 42nd Ave. W.

An officer was dispatched to a report of three gunshots heard in the area.  The officer contacted a passerby in the area who advised that he had heard fireworks in the area.

 

June 17

 

Animal Complaint – 4800 blk 91st Ct.

A caller reported that her two terriers got loose.  She said that neither dog was wearing a collar.

 

DV Assault 4/Warrant Service/AOA – 5000 blk 84th St. S.W.

Officers were dispatched to a domestic disturbance at the location.  The victim reported that her intoxicated husband had just tried to break her car window.  She reportedly fled to her apartment locking the door and calling 911 because she feared her husband would assault her since he had reportedly struck her in the head about two hours earlier at Seaview Park in Edmonds.  Her husband was arrested outside the location on an outstanding Mukilteo arrest warrant for DUI.  He was booked at the Snohomish County Jail on two counts of fourth degree domestic violence assault (one count for the incident in Mukilteo and, at the request of the Edmonds Police Department, another count for the incident at Seaview Park).

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