Police Beat for week of June 5
Vehicle Prowl – 4800 blk Osprey Ln.
Officers responded to the above address for a vehicle prowl that occurred overnight. There was no suspect information.
Suspicious Circumstances – 7600 blk 45th Pl. W.
An officer responded to the above address for a possible attempted burglary. Upon arrival, it was determined to be old damage. The caller requests extra patrol.
Animal Complaint –12300 blk Harbour Pointe Blvd.
An officer took a dog impounded the night before to PAWS.
Welfare Check – 4200 blk Harbour Pt. Blvd. S.W.
An officer was dispatched to the above location for a welfare check on a woman in her 80s who appeared lost. The officer later determined that the woman had reportedly entered a house nearby.
Missing Person – 5000 blk 95th St. S.W.
An officer was dispatched to the police station for a missing person report. Upon arrival, it was determined that the passerby wanted to report a woman as missing. She was last seen leaving Swedish Hospital in Edmonds. The passerby was referred to the Edmonds Police Department.
Theft – 10200 blk Harbour Pl.
An officer responded to Harbour Pointe Retirement for a report of a wallet that was stolen sometime within the last couple of weeks.
Criminal Traffic – H.P. Blvd. & SR-525
An officer stopped a vehicle and cited a man for driving with a suspended license and other violations.
Welfare Check – 10900 blk SR-525
A caller reported he was homeless and had been staying with a friend. He reportedly left her house to drive to the store and became lost, driving around for several hours. Officers contacted the friend and confirmed he could return to her residence.
Suspicious Person – 4900 blk Island View Ln.
Officers responded to the above location for a report of a male sitting on a bike and staring at houses. The male was described as having shaggy hair, a white shirt and blue jeans on a red and white bicycle. The subject was not located.
Malicious Mischief –12300 H.P. Blvd.
An officer was asked to return a call regarding a window that was broken by a golf ball. The caller wanted to know if the golf ball could be fingerprinted to locate the person responsible. The officer offered to take a report, but the caller declined.
Suspicious Circumstances – 7700 blk 44th Ave. W.
Officers were dispatched to the above area for the sound of a gunshot. Upon arrival, in nothing was heard or located.
Sexual Assault –10500 blk 47th Pl. W.
A passerby contacted an officer at the police station regarding a sexual assault that occurred earlier in the year in Seattle. The officer took an initial report and put the victim in touch with the Seattle Police Department.
Suspicious Vehicle –11800 blk SR-525
An officer was dispatched to the above address for a suspicious vehicle. The address was located in unincorporated Snohomish County, and the caller was referred to the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office.
Animal Complaint – 700 blk Washington Ave.
An officer was dispatched to a report of a loose dog that was seen in the area. The dog was described as a black and white border collie. The dog was not located.
Animal Complaint – 6500 blk Harbour Heights Pkwy.
An officer was dispatched to the above location for a dog locked in a vehicle. Upon arrival, it was determined that the inside vehicle temperature was 95 degrees F. The owner was located and advised that he would be cited for transporting or confining an animal in an unsafe manner.
Suspicious Vehicle – 4800 blk Pointes Dr.
An officer was dispatched to a report of a suspicious vehicle in the above area driving through the area multiple times. The vehicle was described as a white Honda Accord. The vehicle was gone on arrival.
Missing Person – 5000 blk 95th St. S.W.
A caller reported a woman as missing from the above address. She had been transported by aid to Swedish Hospital in Edmonds more than a week ago and walked away from there. No one has seen her since. Parker was entered into the system as missing.
Hit-and-Run Collision – Front St. & SR-525
Officers were dispatched to the above location for a hit-and-run collision. A caller advised that their vehicle was struck by a school bus and then it continued on. Both vehicles were located at Mukilteo Boulevard and Ocean Avenue. It was determined that the bus driver did not know she had struck the vehicle.
Theft – 4800 blk Village Ln.
An officer responded to the above location for a theft of a bicycle that occurred between noon and 3 p.m. There was no suspect information.
Collision – 55th St. & H.P. Blvd. S.W.
Officers responded to a report of a two-vehicle collision. Both vehicles were gone on arrival.
Theft – 12200 blk Double Eagle Dr.
A caller reported the theft of two boxes of musical instruments. The case is under investigation.
Juvenile Problem – 4500 blk H.P. Blvd.
A caller reported that his 17-year-old daughter left on foot with his car keys and would not return them. She came home a short time later and gave him back the keys.
Special Olympics Torch Run – Mukilteo/Edmonds/MLT/SNOCOM
Officers participated in the Special Olympics Torch Run from 212th Street and Highway 99 to the county line.
Animal Complaint – 8100 blk 45th Ave. W.
An officer responded to the location for a loose Cocker Spaniel. She spoke with the dog’s owner and reminded him of the leash laws.
Animal Complaint – 1100 blk 4th St.
A caller found a pigeon in his yard. The caller agreed to keep the bird until the owner could be located.
Information – 4900 blk 99th Pl. S.W.
A complainant came to the police station and had questions about his neighbor’s growing and selling of marijuana. An officer answered his questions.
Disturbance – 8400 blk SR-525
Washington State Patrol reported that there was a disturbance at a 7-Eleven on SR-525. Officers checked both of them and discovered that an intoxicated woman argued with the clerk at the above 7-Eleven. She was gone on arrival and the clerks reported that there were no assaults.
Missing Person – 5000 blk 95th St. S.W.
A caller stated that a woman who was listed as a missing person was seen at the location. Officers contacted the woman and determined that she was fine and not missing. She was removed from the system as missing.
Animal Problem – 700 blk Washington Ave.
A caller requested an area check for an aggressive black and white Border Collie running in the area. An officer was unable to locate the dog.
Animal Problem – 10300 blk 50th Pl. W.
A caller stated that a baby raccoon that had been on her back patio since the previous night and the mother was nowhere to be seen. An officer gave the phone number for Sarvey Wildlife to get information on how to handle the situation.
Traffic collision- Paine Field Blvd. & SR-525
While on patrol, an officer found two vehicles that had been in a collision. The officer still on scene at the time of this report.
Assist Law – 10500 blk 47th Pl. W.
An officer was dispatched to a fraud report. It was determined to have occurred in the county.
Malicious Mischief – 11800 blk H.P. Blvd.
An unknown person did donuts on the Harbour Pointe Golf Course by the 10th hole last night causing about $10,000 in damage to the green.
Noise Complaint – 1000 blk Terrace Ct.
An anonymous complainant reported construction noise in the area prior to 9 a.m. An officer contacted the construction workers and advised them that they needed to wait until after 9 a.m.
Abandoned Vehicle – 12000 blk 52nd Pl. W.
A resident reported that there was a car parked in front of his house for 10 days with Florida license plates. An officer tagged the vehicle and put a warning notice on it.
Dispute – 7000 blk 44th Pl. W.
A resident is upset because his neighbors smoke in their backyard and put up no trespassing signs. The officer explained to the caller that neither is illegal. The office also spoke with his neighbor, who said that the caller instigated the problem and will not leave them alone.
Suspicious Vehicle – 12300 blk Double Eagle Dr.
A caller reported a suspicious dirty white van driving around the neighborhood. It was gone on arrival.
Disturbance – 600 blk Front St.
Officers responded to Lighthouse Park for a dispute over parking spaces. The officers settle the issue and answered the caller’s questions.
Follow Up – 5000 blk 95th St. S.W.
A woman called to report that she had reported a friend as a missing person a few days ago and she just talked to her on the phone. She was removed from the missing person file.
Suspicious – 12300 blk H.P. Blvd.
A caller reported that she had been away for a few days. When she returned her door handle was loose. No entry was made, but she just wanted the police to be aware. She requested extra patrol.
Juvenile Problem – 700 blk 2nd St.
An officer responded to the above area for a report that a male displayed a personal “Taser.” The officer contacted the juveniles and warned them about the inappropriate use of the device.
Juvenile Problem – 2600 blk SR-525
An officer was dispatched to the above area for a report of two juveniles smoking. They were not located.
Theft – 11100 blk Chennault Beach Rd.
While on patrol, an officer was contacted by the resident of the above apartment. She said that her child’s bike was missing. She described it as a red and black Razor with flames. She did not want a report filed, but requested that the bike be returned if located.
Suspicious – 700 blk Front St.
A caller reported two people were on the beach in violation of the posted restrictions. Officers found the two were sitting on the stairs to the beach access watching the waves. There was no violation.
Suspicious – 5000 blk Graham Way
A caller reported that two males were next to a parked Mustang and, when they saw him, they quickly got in the car and drove away. The officers located the juvenile males who eventually admitted that they had been looking for a party that should have been in the area and were out without their parents’ knowledge. One of the males was given a ride home and the other male’s mother was called to pick him up.
Trooper O’Connell’s Funeral Precession – 41st St. & Colby Ave.
An officer responded to the location to show respect and support for Trooper O’Connell.
Burglary Follow-Up – 8300 blk SR-525
An officer developed two suspects in a previous burglary case. One of the suspects gave a full confession and the other refused to speak to officers about the incident. The Denny Youth Center refused to take them. The officer sent the case to the juvenile prosecutor.
Noise Complaint – 600 blk Front St.
A caller reported that city employees were using a loud blower prior to 8 a.m. An officer spoke with the employees, who agreed to wait until after 9 a.m.
Suspicious – 9900 blk Harbour Pl.
An employee at Subway reported that a male wearing an orange sweatshirt and a backpack has been coming into the store all morning, acting odd and making employees uncomfortable. Officers located the male nearby and he told them that he just went in to throw something away. He seemed to have some mental problems. In the past, he has also been contacted by officers as a possible car prowler.
Suspicious – 9500 blk 49th Ave. W.
A caller reported that the tenant in the above unit has a motion sensitive camera facing the parking lot and photographed a male looking into vehicles at about 4 a.m. last night. There were no reports of vehicle prowls.
Lost Property – 12600 SR-525
A caller reported that her son lost his wallet in the area of Ace Hardware. An officer told her that no one has turned one in.
Criminal Traffic – 11400 blk SR-525
An officer stopped a driver and cited him for driving with a suspended license in the third degree and no liability insurance.
Traffic Complaint – Beverly Park Rd. & SR-525
A caller reported that there was a recklessly driven Nissan that he had been following from Highway 99. The vehicle continued to drift and do power-slides in Mukilteo. Officers stopped the vehicle at 18th Street and Lumley Avenue. The driver was cited for reckless driving.
Possible Burglary Follow-Up – 8800 blk 53rd Pl. W.
A caller reported that the next-door neighbor had a bag full of jewelry and he was concerned that it was stolen. The case is under investigation.
Collision – 10800 blk H.P. Blvd.
A man was driving westbound at the location, fell asleep and ran over a fire hydrant. The officers notified the water district and Shannon Towing impounded his vehicle.
Traffic Complaint – 10800 blk H.P. Blvd.
A caller reported that there was a recklessly driven vehicle at the location. It was not located.
Traffic Complaint – Ferry Landing
Washington State Patrol reported that there were four people drinking vodka on the ferry and they were associated with a green F150. Officers followed the vehicle from the ferry through Mukilteo and saw no indication of impaired driving.
Suspicious Circ. – 3900 blk H.P. Blvd. S.W.
An officer was dispatched to a suspicious circumstance at the Extended Stay regarding a female that was dropped off by the TownePlace Suites courtesy shuttle. It was discovered that the female was dropped off at the Lynnwood Extended Stay and there was no need for any further police assistance.
Assault 4 – 9200 blk 49th Ave.
Officers responded to a dispute at the location. While en route to the call one of the officers located a suspect leaving the area. It was discovered that she had assaulted her husband at the location by slapping his face and causing injury. She was arrested and booked into Snohomish County Jail for domestic violence assault charges.
Narcotics Complaint – Rosehill Community Center
An officer made called up a complainant who said that several adult males attending a wedding at the location had just smoked some marijuana inside their vehicle. He said that they were not causing any problems at the time and asked that an officer do a walk through the facility when time allowed. An officer responded to check the business once one became available.
Animal Complaint – 10400 blk 47th Pl. W.
An officer responded to the location for a loose yellow lab near the fire station. The officer checked the area and did not locate the dog.
Civil Standby – 8500 blk SR-525
Officers were dispatched to TownePlace Suites for a civil standby involving a female suspect. TownePlace management asked that she be trespassed from the location and remove all of her belongings. She was unable to remove all of her items due to her vehicle being full of belongings from another hotel that she had also been trespassed from earlier. TownePlace agreed to allow her belongings to remain at the location for two days allowing her time to retrieve them. Management will contact police for a civil standby when she returns at a later date for her belongings.
Suspicious Circ. – 12300 blk H.P. Blvd.
An officer was dispatched to a report of a recently stolen vehicle. On arrival, the officer determined that the vehicle had been parked in a fire lane and was removed by Mary’s Towing at the request of Horizon Security. The officer provided the caller contact information for Mary’s Towing.
Fire Assist – 400 blk Lincoln Ave.
An officer was dispatched to a report of two “slumpers” in a vehicle at the location. Officer contact the two subjects in the vehicle who were not under the influence of any drug or alcohol but merely janitorial staff waiting to clean Rosehill Community Center.
Missing Person – 1200 blk Goat Trail Rd.
A caller reported that her husband had not returned home from a day of boating. The missing subject was contacted by phone and said he would be returning home shortly.
Runaway – 4400 blk 92nd St. S.W.
A resident reported that his son had left a note about running away. He was entered into the computer system as a runaway.
Malicious Mischief – 50th Pl. W. & H.P. Blvd.
An officer responded to the above location for profanity that was spray painted on the sidewalk.
Malicious Mischief – 10200 blk Harbour Pl.
A caller reported that over the weekend someone had “tagged” the side of the building.
Runaway Returned 4800 blk Hidden Forest Dr.
A resident called to report that subject had returned home and to remove him as a runaway.
Attempted Burglary – 7900 blk 44th Ave. W.
An employee called to report an attempted to break in to the business over the weekend. An officer arrived and found that the business security camera showed a male climb over the fence and walk around the property. No entry was made. The business is requesting extra patrols.
Animal Complaint –700 blk Front St.
The animal control officer responded to a vehicle for a dog locked in a vehicle. The officer arrived and contacted the owner. A warning was given.
Suspicious – 5300 blk 85th Pl. S.W.
R/P reported hearing a beeping sound coming from a house nearby. It was possibly a smoke detector with a dead battery.
Animal Complaint – 700 blk 2nd St.
An officer responded to two dogs locked in a vehicle. Upon arrival, the officer did not find the dogs in distress.
Assist Fire – 92nd Street Park
Officers responded with the Fire Department for juveniles setting a fire in the woods. Upon arrival, the juveniles were gone and the firefighters put out a small campfire.
Collision – 76th St. & SR-525
A motorcyclist lost control and flipped over the handlebars. He then slid into another vehicle. The motorcyclist likely sustained a fractured collarbone. There were no other injuries.
Assist Aid – Lighthouse Park
An officer was dispatched to the park for an unknown medical problem. A subject cut his hand and was treated by aid.
Party Complaint – 12300 blk H.P. Blvd.
Officers were dispatched to a report of a loud party. The subjects agreed to quiet down.
Suspicious – 1000 blk Park Ave.
A neighbor reported checking on a red Honda CRX parked in front of his residence and said it left at a high rate of speed. The vehicle was not located.
Fight – 12300 blk H.P. Blvd.
Officers were dispatched to a report of a fight in the parking lot. The subjects were gone on arrival.
Assault 2 – 11100 blk Chennault Beach Rd.
A caller reported that his girlfriend came into his bedroom and stabbed him in the chest with a kitchen knife. He had a small laceration on the center of his chest and he stated that the bone likely prevented the knife from going any deeper. She was arrested and booked into the Snohomish County Jail.
Criminal Traffic – 8100 blk SR-525
An officer stopped a vehicle and cited the driver for driving with a suspended license.
Suspicious – 5200 blk 80th St. S.W.
An officer was dispatched to an area check for a red Nissan Sentra possibly involved in a drug transaction. The occupants were later contacted and there was no evidence of any drugs.
Found Property – 600 blk Front St.
An officer was contacted by a Public Works employee who found a wallet at the above location. The officer was unable to contact the owner and the wallet was placed in an evidence locker.
Animal Complaint – 4400 blk 106th St. S.W.
A caller reported a dog locked in a vehicle at the location. An officer arrived and contacted the owner. The dog was not in distress.
Animal Complaint – 5900 blk 117th Pl. S.W.
A caller reported that a pigeon was stuck in the fireplace. The resident called back and advised that the pigeon was removed before the officer arrived.
Assault 4 – 700 blk Front St.
Officers responded to the above location for a male that had punched a female in the face. The male left in a gold colored Chevy Impala. A witness provided a description of the female victim but she was never located.
Found Property – 700 blk 9th Pl.
A caller requested an officer call regarding a wallet. An officer advised the caller that the subject would need to come to the police station and collect his wallet.
Order Violation – 12700 blk 49th Ave. W.
A passerby came to the police station to report that her husband violated a court order.
Malicious Mischief 3 – 4600 blk H.P. Blvd.
An officer responded to some property damage. Upon arrival, the officer found that someone had spray painted several areas of the location.
Follow-Up – 500 blk Clover Ln.
A caller requested that officers check the residence for her son as he was refusing to come home. He was not located. The mother did not want to report him as a runaway at this time.
Parking Complaint – 5100 blk 125th Pl. S.W.
The officer contacted two neighbors regarding an ongoing complaint about a parking issue. One of the neighbors agreed to move a vehicle.
Vehicle Prowl – 12500 blk SR-525
A caller reported that her purse was stolen from her unsecured vehicle.
Malicious Mischief – 92nd Street Park
An officer found spray-painted graffiti while locking the restroom tonight.
Animal Problem – 10500 blk 47th Pl. W.
A subject came to the police station with a dog they found in Everett. The dog had a microchip and the officer assisted in putting the owner in touch with the finder.
Suspicious – 12300 blk H.P. Blvd.
A tenant reported hearing a knocking sound on the outside wall of her apartment. Two juvenile males were playing tag outside and agreed to stop for the night.
Criminal Traffic – 10600 blk SR-525
An officer stopped a vehicle and cited the driver for driving with a suspended license in the third degree, switched tabs and other violations.