Police Beat for week of May 1

May 01, 2013

April 24

Animal Complaint – 2nd St. & Park Ave.

A passerby reported a dog locked in a vehicle with the windows rolled up and parked in the sun at the location. An officer located the dog and determined it was in distress and that the interior temp of the vehicle was unsafe. The officer found and cited the owner. The owner removed the dog from the vehicle.

Suspicious Vehicle – 4800 blk 76th St. S.W.

A caller reported a gray Ford Fusion parked in the complex, unoccupied. The caller thought the vehicle was responsible for vehicle prowls in the past. Officers did not locate the vehicle.

Traffic Complaint – 11700 blk SR-525

A passerby reported a black pickup truck speeding in the area. The vehicle was not located.

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

A caller reported a deceased cat by a telephone pole. An officer forwarded the information on to Animal Control for removal tomorrow.

Traffic Hazard – 5th St. & SR-525

A caller reported a traffic signal malfunction at the location. An officer checked and found the light was cycling correctly.

Theft – 12400 blk Evergreen Dr.

A caller reported that on April 18 her cellphone was stolen while she was in church. There are no suspects at this time.

Suspicious – 5500 blk 101st St. S.W.

Officers responded to a report that a green Nissan Maxima had been parked with the engine running for more than three hours. The officers spoke to the registered owner in Lake Stevens and determined that the owner’s son had been visiting a friend and had inadvertently left the car running.

Juvenile Problem – 600 blk Front St.

A caller reported that a group of about 10 juveniles were drinking alcohol and smoking marijuana out of a hookah. The officer found an adult in possession of the alcohol and the group was smoking tobacco from the hookah. The adult agreed to put the alcohol away.

Animal Complaint – 600 blk Front St.

An officer was dispatched to Lighthouse Park for a report of a dog barking near the playground. The officer found the dog was on a leash, not aggressive and doing nothing illegal.

Found Property – 600 blk Front St.

While on patrol, an officer found a set of keys in Lighthouse Park. There was a Toyota key and a Toyota fob attached. The owner was not located. The keys were booked into evidence.

Warrant Service – 300 blk Lincoln Ave.

While on patrol, an officer noticed a suspicious vehicle. The officer contacted an occupant, who had an active warrant for possession of marijuana. He was booked into the Snohomish County Jail.

April 25

Burglary 2 – 600 blk Front St.

Sometime overnight someone broke into the above office and stole records dating from 2009-2011. The case is under investigation.

Returned Runaway – 600 blk Washington Ct. S.W.

A resident called to report that her daughter returned home last night. An officer removed her from runaway status.

Collision – H.P. Blvd. & Saint Andrews Dr.

Officers were dispatched for a two-vehicle collision. There were no injuries and neither vehicle needed to be towed.

Suspicious – 11700 blk SR-525

A caller report that an unhappy customer was loitering outside their business. The subject has been showing up at the business every day for the past week around noon to hand out coupons in the parking lot in an attempt to hurt their business. The subject told officers he was upset because the business refused to honor a coupon he tried to use. Officers told him that he was not welcome at the business and that the owner was going to seek an anti-harassment order. He said he plans on returning to the parking lot until he has an order against him.

Collision – 5300 blk H.P. Blvd.

Officers were dispatched to a vehicle versus street light collision. The driver of the vehicle was distracted while opening a Sprite and drove into the light pole, completely destroying it. Public Works was notified of the damaged pole.

Collision – 800 blk 2nd St.

An officer was dispatched to a collision after a delivery truck backed into a parked vehicle. There were no injuries.

Suspicious Vehicle – 1000 blk Goat Trail Loop Rd.

A neighbor reported an occupied vehicle parked in front of the above residence for the past 10 minutes. The vehicle was gone on arrival.

Theft – 8400 blk Naketa Ln.

A caller reported that his Honda pressure washer was stolen sometime within the past two hours from his driveway. He did not have a serial number and there is no suspect information.

Juvenile Problem – H.P. Blvd. & Possession Way

A passerby reported a juvenile in the wooded area at the location shooting an air soft pistol. The subject was gone on arrival.

Juvenile Problem – 2600 blk SR-525

A caller reported a 7 year old had run away and was refusing to return. While officers were en route, the caller advised he had returned.

Barking Dog – 900 blk 10th St.

A resident reported her neighbor’s dogs have been barking for the past five years. The dogs were not barking at the time, and she was advised to follow up with Animal Control tomorrow.

Identity Theft – 10700 blk 56th Ave. W.

A caller reported receiving a camera from UPS that he did not order, but was purchased online with his credit card at www.Dell.com. UPS will pick up the camera tomorrow and return it to Dell. There is no suspect information.

Theft – 11800 blk SR-525

An officer was dispatched to a “dine and dash.” The business is located in the county and the call was referred to the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office.

Juvenile Problem – 8000 blk SR-525

A caller reported juveniles were playing on the loading dock. They were not located.

Juvenile Problem – 10500 blk 47th Pl. W.

A caller reported that her son has ADHD and was “having an episode.” She requested an officer meet with them and talk to her son.

Burglary – 13000 blk 42nd Pl. W.

A caller reported that sometime between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. someone entered her residence by an unknown method. An iPad, HTC cellphone, Wii game console and a pair of Air Jordan shoes were among the items missing.

Vehicle Alarm – 5000 blk 84th St. S.W.

A caller reported three vehicle alarms had gone off in the past 60 minutes. An officer checked the area but nothing suspicious was seen or heard.

Traffic Complaint – 900 blk 5th St.

A caller reported that about two minutes prior to calling she had heard a vehicle drive past her house at about 70 mph. It was not located.

Welfare Check – 7900 blk 53rd Ave. W.

An officer received information that an infant was living in unsafe conditions and was exposed to narcotics abuse. Officers found that the conditions were reasonable, the baby was being cared for and there was no evidence the baby was exposed to narcotics. The information will be forwarded to Child Protective Services.

Warrant Service – 7900 blk 53rd Ave. W.

While on the above call, officers found that the housemate had two active warrants for theft. He was booked into the Snohomish County Jail.

Suspicious – 10900 blk 53rd Pl. W.

A caller reported that a truck with a car hauler had been in front of his residence for about 20 minutes. Officers found a subject attempting to load her husband’s vehicle onto the trailer. The vehicle had been involved in a vehicle versus pole collision earlier in the day.

Missing Person – 9600 blk 50th Pl. W.

A caller reported that she was babysitting and that the parent did not return home by midnight as scheduled. An officer was still on scene at press time.

April 26

Animal Complaint – Beverly Park Rd. & Picnic Point Rd.

An officer was dispatched to a report of an injured dog at the above location. The dog was gone on arrival.

Death Investigation –10200 blk 64th Pl. W.

Officers were dispatched to a welfare check on a subject. Officers were able to gain entry into the residence and the subject was found deceased. A medical examiner responded and took custody of the body.

Fraud – 3900 blk Pacific Pl.

A caller purchased a TV from a subject at the above location over the Internet and had not received the TV. The case is under investigation.

Civil – 2600 blk SR-525

An officer responded to the location for a civil complaint. Upon arrival, it was determined that a juvenile knocked the caller’s motorcycle over yesterday, damaging it. The student was suspended from school and a parent agreed to pay for the damages.

Suspicious – 8400 blk SR-525

A caller witnessed two juveniles filling drink bottles with gasoline. Upon arrival, an officer located juveniles and determined that their vehicle had run out of gas and the drink bottles were the only thing they had to transport gas in.

Suspicious – 800 blk 9th St.

Officers were dispatched to a possible burglary. Upon arrival, it was determined that the resident’s dog had been locked in the house when he left. When the resident returned his dog was out of the house. There was no damage to the house and nothing was missing.

Identity Theft – 5000 blk Holyoke St.

An officer responded to the above address for an identity theft complaint. Upon arrival, it was determined that someone had used the resident’s social security number to file a tax return in another state.

Traffic Complaint –10200 blk SR-525

A caller advised of a blue BMW with four teenagers in the back and no seatbelts on. One girl was sitting on someone’s lap. The vehicle was gone on arrival.

Liquor Violation – 10200 blk Harbour Pl.

An officer was dispatched to a report of several juveniles in the woods next to the retirement home drinking alcohol. Upon arrival, the officer located several juveniles and found that none of them had been drinking.

Traffic Complaint – 44th Ave. W. & Harbour Heights Dr.

An officer was dispatched to a report of a smaller white SUV speeding through the neighborhood. The vehicle was not located.

Display of a Weapon – Dog Park

An officer was dispatched to a report of young adults with pellet guns in the area. It was determined unfounded.

DUI – Ferry Dock

Officers responded to a report of a male drinking out of an open container in a silver Chevrolet pickup in row 21 of the ferry line. Officers were still en-route at press time.

Suspicious – 10800 blk H.P. Blvd.

A male was found changing clothes in the women’s locker room. The male reportedly appeared surprised when a female walked in and may have mistakenly gone into the wrong area to change. The subject was gone on arrival.

Traffic Complaint – 11700 blk SR-525

An officer was dispatched to an area check for an SUV with a female passenger that was sitting backyards in a seat and not wearing a seatbelt. The vehicle was gone on arrival.

Suspicious – 5000 blk 84th St. S.W.

A caller reported that his neighbor’s car alarm kept going off. He was concerned that the elderly neighbor may have fallen inside her apartment and was activating the car alarm to get help. An officer spoke with the tenant and determined she was unaware the alarm was going off and did not need any assistance.

Criminal Traffic – 11100 blk SR-525

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

DUI – 76th St. & SR-525

An officer was dispatched to an area check for a possible DUI in a turquoise passenger car. It was gone on arrival.

Unwanted Subject – 8400 blk SR-525

An employee reported that a transient was inside the store for the past 45 minutes refusing to leave. He was warned for trespassing at the request of the employee and eventually agreed to leave.

April 27

Suspicious Vehicle –12300 blk H.P. Blvd.

An officer was dispatched to the above location for a report of a suspicious green Honda Accord with the doors open. The vehicle was reportedly parked near the leasing office and appeared abandoned. The officer located the vehicle partially in the lane of travel of the parking lot with the doors open. The vehicle was not reported stolen and the officer requested the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office go to the registered owner’s address. SCSO was unable to contact the registered owner. Officers pushed the vehicle back into a parking spot out of the lane of travel and closed the doors. The ex-girlfriend of the registered owner called later and advised that the registered owner lives in the above addressed complex, but she did not know which building or apartment.

Civil – 3800 blk H.P. Blvd. S.W.

An officer was dispatched to a report of a male that drove away from the gas pump with the hose still attached to his vehicle, damaging the pump. The male provided all of his information except for his insurance information and advised that he was going home to get it. The caller advised that the male had not returned. Upon arrival, the officer determined that male had returned and provided valid insurance information.

Unwanted Subject –11700 blk SR-525

An officer responded to the location for a 60-year-old man bothering customers and refusing to leave. The officer contacted the man, who said that he was spreading a good word for Jesus. He agreed to not bother people and leave the area.

Suspicious – 10500 blk 56th Ave. W.

An officer was dispatched to the above location for a report of a 30-year-old black man holding a clipboard and talking into a two-way radio while looking at houses. The subject was gone on arrival.

Collision – 44th Ave. W. & SR-526

An officer responded to 112th and SR-99 at the request of the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Officce for a hit-and-run collision that occurred at the above location. Upon arrival, it was determined that a driver was making a left turn, and the vehicle in the turn lane next to him veered into his lane, striking his vehicle and then refused to stop. The other driver responded to police and stated that she was afraid to stop as she is elderly and handicapped and feared the other driver. The case is under investigation.

Vehicle/Pedestrian Collision – 11100 blk 58th Ave. W.

A child suffered minor injuries in a vehicle versus pedestrian collision. Officers determined that a small child had been left in a vehicle while his parents were across the street looking at a garage sale. The child left the vehicle and ran in front of a slow moving vehicle on the street. The child was struck and had minor injuries. Aid responded and advised it was OK for the parents to transport the child to the Everett Clinic.

Collision – 53rd Ave. W. & 88th St. S.W.

Vehicle 1 was turning left from 53rd Avenue W. onto eastbound 88th Street S.W. and failed to yield to Vehicle 2, which was westbound on 88th. Vehicle 1 turned in front of Vehicle 2 causing Vehicle 1 to strike it broadside and push it into the ditch. There were no injuries.

Disturbance – 8900 blk 53rd Ave. W.

Officers responded to the above location for a disturbance. Two disabled women were trying to load two metal radiators into their vehicle that were left on the curb as free. They were unable to lift them and one went looking for help. The neighbor became upset that they were looking in his window and started yelling at them. Both parties became verbal with each other and both called 911. Officers assisted the two women in loading the radiators and they left the area.

Open Door –10200 blk 50th Pl. W.

Officers were dispatched to an open front door to the above vacant residence. Upon arrival, the residence was searched and no one was found inside. There is extensive damage to the doors and windows. Officers were unable to secure the residence.

Animal Problem – 4600 blk Northport Dr.

A citizen turned in a found dog (Schnauzer). The owner called a short time later and retrieved the dog from the police department.

DUI – 2nd St. & Park Ave.

An officer was dispatched to an area check for a possible DUI in a red truck. It was not found.

Welfare Check – 5300 blk H.P. Blvd.

A caller requested that an officer inspect something suspicious she found inside her residence. The officer found what appeared to be a small pile of coffee grounds or a similar substance under her bed. The officer did not find anything else suspicious.

Suspicious – 11500 blk W. Oakmont

A caller reported hearing someone possibly try to open her front door. Officers checked the area and did not locate anyone or anything else suspicious.

Warrant Transport – 10500 blk 47th Pl. W.

An officer transported a subject to the Snohomish County Jail who was arrested by Edmonds police on a Mukilteo warrant for driving with a suspended license.

April 28

Suspicious Vehicle – 4900 blk 90th Pl. S.W.

Officers were dispatched to a report of an occupied suspicious vehicle at the above location. Upon arrival Officers located a red Isuzu Rodeo with a subject sleeping in it. Officers woke him up and determined that he was having vehicle problems and decided to sleep in his vehicle until his friends that lived down the street were awake to assist in getting his vehicle running. The subject was advised that he could not camp in his vehicle and agreed to work on getting it going and moved.

Vehicle Theft – 8800 blk 48th Pl. W.

Officer responded to the above location for a theft of a vehicle report. Upon arrival, it was determined that a 1994 Toyota 4 Runner had been taken sometime overnight. Vehicle was entered into the system as stolen.

Suspicious – 44th Ave. W. & 80th St. S.W.

An officer was dispatched to a report of a teenage male and female in the above area. The male reportedly had a BB gun and the female, a can of spray paint. There was no further description and the couple was reportedly casing vehicles. An officer checked the area but did not find them.

Vehicle Prowl – 900 blk 1st St.

An officer was dispatched to a vehicle prowl at the train depot. Upon arrival, it was determined that the caller was not the victim and a Silver Toyota Tacoma had a window broken out. The officer left a card on the window for the registered owner to call him when he returns.

Suspicious – 7000 blk 48th Ave. W.

A homeowner reported there was luggage on the front porch that did not belong to them. It was determined to be garbage that belonged to the neighbor that had been placed out on the curb and then likely put on the front porch by a juvenile as a prank.

Juvenile Problem – 10500 blk 47th Pl. W.

A 16-year-old boy reported that his mother left him at the YMCA and he had been unable to locate his family. An officer transported him back to his residence.

DUI – 84th St. & SR-525

An officer was dispatched to an area check for a possible DUI in a white VW. It was not found.

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

An officer was dispatched to an area check for a recklessly driven Dodge sedan that had reportedly knocked over a street sign in the county. The vehicle was gone on arrival.

Suspicious – 1500 blk W. Horizon Dr.

A neighbor reported that two juveniles climbed a fence onto the property about an hour earlier. An officer did not locate anyone.

Suspicious – 84th St. & SR-525

An officer was dispatched to an area check for a juvenile male and an older female sitting in lawn chairs and drinking alcohol in front of the business. They were not found.

Suspicious – 12600 blk Eagles Nest Dr.

An officer was dispatched to an area check for a suspicious yellow truck driving slowly through the neighborhood. It was gone on arrival.

Audible Res. Alarm – 12800 blk 60th Ave. W.

Officers responded to an alarm at the above residence in which the homeowner had armed herself with a machete. The officers did not find any problems.

April 29

Warrant Service – 14800 blk Hwy 99

Lynnwood police arrested a subject on a Mukilteo warrant for driving with a suspended license. An officer met the Lynnwood officer at the above location and booked the subject into the county jail.

Possible DUI – Chennault Beach Rd. & SR-525

A caller reported that a dually truck was weaving all over the road. An officer did not locate the truck.

Animal Complaint – 900 blk 10th St.

A caller reported that there are dogs at the above location that bark constantly. An officer made phone contact with the caller and agreed to deal with the problem tomorrow.

Suspicious – 4700 blk 73rd St. S.W.

A caller reported finding his gate open when he arrived home today. He said he found no one in the yard, his alarm did not go off and nothing appeared to be missing.

Suspicious – 600 blk Front St.

A caller reported a group of males were throwing logs into the water. Upon arrival, an officer found they also had a fire in which they were burning cardboard and other debris. The flames were fanned by the wind and creating a fire hazard. They extinguished the fire before it got out of hand.

Missing Person – 5800 blk 88th St. S.W.

A resident reported that her 15-year-old son left the house about eight hours earlier and had not returned yet. She said that he has done this in the past and usually returns before morning. He was entered as a missing person. He was described as 5 feet 8 inches tall and 180 pounds, with brown hair. He was last seen wearing a blue hooded sweatshirt, black jeans and might be wearing boots.

April 30

Collision – 9600 blk SR-525

Vehicle 1 rear-ended Vehicle 2. There were no injuries.

Animal Complaint – 1000 blk Loveland Ave.

An officer responded to the location to contact the owner of yesterday’s barking dog. The officer spoke with the owner, who said that she would remedy the situation.

Animal Complaint – 7900 49th Pl. W.

Officers found a dog running loose in the area. They found that the dog lived at the above location and returned him home.

Animal Complaint – 5800 blk 111th St. S.W.

A resident had questions about her cat refusing to come home and requested a phone call. An officer attempted to call her numerous times and got voicemail each time.

ID Theft – 5000 blk 84th St. S.W.

A resident reported that she attempted to renew her driver’s license and the DOL reported that she had an unpaid ticket from 2011 in California. She said that she was never in California in 2011 and did not receive the ticket.

ID Theft – 5900 blk 96th St. S.W.

A resident reported that on April 24 someone had changed the billing address on her credit card to a Las Vegas address. There had been no known charges to their account and she had it cancelled.

Animal Complaint – 9000 Surrey Ln.

Officers located a loose dog in the area, located the owner at the above address, and returned the dog to her.

Collision – 10800 blk H.P. Blvd.

Officers responded to the parking lot by the tennis courts for a collision involving three vehicles. The officers discovered that the driver of one of the vehicles was traveling through the parking lot, did a 180-degree power slide, thought he put it in park and jumped out of his vehicle. He actually left the vehicle in drive, and it rolled forward hitting one vehicle and pushing it into another. The officers cited and released him for reckless driving. The officers also notified his mother of the situation.

Found Property – 12000 blk Wilmington Way

A caller reported that there had been a bicycle at the location since December. An officer made phone contact with the caller and said that she would deal with the bike tomorrow.

Theft – 12400 blk Double Eagle Dr.

A caller reported that her computer was stolen while she was at her sister’s house (above location). There are no suspects.

Traffic Complaint – 13100 blk 44th Ave. W.

A complainant reported a small white passenger’s car speeding through stop signs at the location. It was not located.

Missing Person – 5800 88th St. S.W.

An officer distributed flyers with a missing person’s picture and description to numerous locations in and around Mukilteo and to call 911 if he is seen or located.

911 Hang-Up – 95th St. S.W.

An officer responded to the above apartment for a 911 hang-up. Upon arrival, there was no answer at the door. Dispatch called the number back and a female said that they were driving to Whidbey Island but a neighbor said that he saw someone inside. The officer found the rear slider unsecured and checked inside. There was no one inside and nothing appeared to be suspicious. The officer later reached the resident by phone and explained the situation.

Animal Complaint – Harbour Heights Dr. & 42nd St.

While on patrol, the officer was flagged down by a group of juveniles who found a stray dog. The dog had a tag and the owner was called. The owner responded from an address in the county to pick up the dog.

Criminal Traffic – Beverly Park Rd. & Shelby Rd.

An officer stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation and found the driver was driving with a suspended license. She was cited and released.

Follow Up – 1400 164th St. S.W.

The Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office reported that they had located the missing person at the above location. The deputy gave him a ride home to his mother. He was removed from missing status.

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