Police Beat for week of May 16
Animal Problem – 7300 blk 48th Ave. W.
A resident called several times regarding on-going problems with the neighbor dog barking and trying to dig under the fence into her yard. An officer left a warning notice on the neighbor’s door and later contacted them to try to solve the problem.
Unwanted Person – 4400 blk 106th St. S.W.
Officers responded to location regarding a trespassed person on site. Officers determined that the trespasser was there with a lacerated finger wanting to be treated. Mukilteo Fire responded and examined the injury and told him that he could be driven to the emergency room at Colby Campus for treatment. Clinic staff presented a copy of the trespass letter that had been sent registered mail to him. The staff at the clinic did not want to press charges this time and wanted him removed from the premise and warned not to return.
Animal Problem – 12300 blk H.P. Blvd.
An officer checked the welfare of two dogs reported to have been left out on a balcony. Officer contacted the resident and met with the dogs. They were in good condition, well fed and healthy and happy.
Open Door – 7900 blk 53rd Ave. W.
A caller reported that the door to the abandoned house at the above location was open and it appeared that someone has been squatting or partying there.
Suspicious Incident –1000 blk Goat Trail Loop Rd.
A caller reported that a green Jeep had pulled over in the block and the resident of the above address had walked down to it and then back up to his house. A short time later the resident returned to the Jeep with something and gave it to the occupant(s) of the Jeep. The Jeep was not located.
Malicious Mischief 2 –10800 blk H.P. Blvd.
A complainant’s car was “keyed” sometime today while it was parked in the parking lot. The case is under investigation.
Possible Hit and Run Collision – 11700 blk SR-525
A caller reported that on April 6 at about 11:30 p.m., she was walking through the parking lot and a black Volkswagen, unknown license number/unknown driver, hit her. She claims that her neck, back and right knee are injured due to the collision and that needed a report for insurance reasons.
Juvenile Problem – 10700 blk SR-525
A caller found a young girl on a scooter in front of the location. Officers located the girl’s father, and returned her home. The girl snuck away to try to visit her mother in Mill Creek.
Burglary – 9100 blk 44th Ave. W.
A resident reported that their house was burglarized between 8:40 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. today. The case is under investigation.
Animal Complaint – 11100 blk Chennault Beach Rd.
A resident flagged the officer down because she found a stray female brown and white Springer Spaniel mix with a black collar. The dog was not micro-chipped and the resident agreed to keep the dog until the owner is located.
Welfare Check – Paine Field Blvd. & SR-525
Officers responded to a male lying in the middle of the trail at the location. The officers located the male who was extremely intoxicated and the officers gave him a ride home.
Found Property – 600 blk Front St.
Public Works turned in a cell phone that was found at Lighthouse Park on an unknown date. The phone, a black and silver Virgin Mobile phone, was booked into evidence as found property. No owner information was known.
Suspicious – 8900 blk 53rd Ave. W.
A resident requested extra patrols after finding a lamp and a clay pot missing from her front porch. She also said that someone left a coffee cup on her porch and said it looked like someone spent the night there.
Traffic Complaint – 10800 blk H.P. Blvd.
A passerby reported an ongoing problem with a speeding vehicle in front of Kamiak High School. The vehicle was described as a brown Jeep Cherokee (no plate information). The vehicle was not located.
Burglary – 11100 blk Chennault Beach Rd.
A resident reported returning home after being gone for two weeks and discovered his apartment had been burglarized. The resident reported several pieces of jewelry were stolen. Entry was likely made through the rear slider, but there were no signs of forced entry. The case is under investigation.
Animal Complaint – 11000 blk 60th Ave. W.
A woman reported finding two stray dogs in the area. The dogs were not microchipped nor did they have tags or collars. The two white Malti-Poos were transported to PAWS by an officer.
Theft – 4800 blk 103rd Pl. S.W.
A caller reported the theft of her license plate (B63372H). The plate was entered into the computer system as stolen.
Death Investigation – 11500 blk Pine Ct.
A caller reported finding her mother deceased after she showed up this morning to check on her. The daughter said her mother had been in poor health for several years with chronic health problems. Nothing appeared suspicious.
Dispute – 3800 blk H.P. Blvd. S.W.
A caller requested contact at the AM/PM after the gas pump malfunctioned and he was having a dispute with the store clerk over payment. An officer mediated a solution and there were no further problems.
Suspicious – 10500 blk H.P. Blvd.
A caller reported a suspicious male loitering in the parking lot. Officers contacted the male and determined that he was a volunteer with the school who was just waiting for his wife to come pick him up. There were no problems.
Agency Assist – 12300 blk H.P. Blvd.
Everett police requested assistance in contacting the registered owner of a vehicle after it had crashed at Providence Colby Campus and the driver arrested for DUI. An officer contacted the registered owner and advised her to contact the Everett Police Department about her vehicle.
Lost Property – 10500 blk 62nd Pl. W.
A resident came to the police station to report her U.S. passport had been lost. She was directed to the U.S. Department of State.
Suspicious Vehicle – 4800 blk Harbour Heights Dr.
A neighbor reported a suspicious vehicle parked in the area that she suspected was involved in narcotics activity. An officer located the vehicle but no one was around it. It was registered out of Granite Falls.
Civil – 11000 blk 55th Ave. W.
A resident reported a problem with her neighbor cutting their hedge on their property. An officer advised them of their options on how to deal with the matter.
Verbal DV – 1000 blk Goat Trail Loop Rd.
A caller reported that her father had been babysitting her son and was now refusing to return some belongings to her if she did not pay him $10 in childcare costs. She said she assumed her father would watch his grandson for free. He eventually agreed to return the items. She later reported to Edmonds police that he was harassing her via phone. An officer went back to his residence and he agreed to stop calling her.
Criminal Traffic – 3rd St. & Loveland Dr.
An officer stopped a vehicle and cited the driver for failure to transfer title and driving with a suspended license in the third degree.
Assist to Aid – 900 blk 1st Ln.
Officers were dispatched to a report of a woman down on the ground. It was determined that an elderly female cancer patient had fallen, sustaining minor injuries. She was treated by aid at the scene.
Theft 3 –11300 blk SR-525
A caller reported that several shop tools have gone missing since early April. The case is under investigation.
Theft 3 – 600 blk Front St.
The volleyball net was stolen from Lighthouse Park sometime overnight. The case is under investigation.
Extra Patrol Request – 2600 blk SR-525
Officers were visible in the area because of rumors that there was to be a fight between a large group of juveniles. The rumor was that the fight would happen after school and might involve some kind of weapons. Nothing suspicious occurred.
Theft 2/I-D Theft – 5100 blk 103rd St. S.W.
A victim reported that two unauthorized withdrawals were made from their bank account from two separate bank branches in California. The case is under investigation.
1 Car Injury Crash – SR-525 & Clover Ln.
Vehicle 1 was southbound on SR-525 at Clover Lane. The car went off the road, struck and knocked down a PUD power pole and then went part way down the embankment. The pole fell across SR-525, blocking both directions of travel. PUD responded to make the downed wires safe and the driver was transported to the hospital. SR-525 was blocked for about 90 minutes. The vehicle was towed from the scene.
Criminal Traffic – SR-525 & Clover Ln.
An officer cited a driver who drove through the above accident scene after being directed by an officer to turn left off SR-525 to eastbound Clover Lane. The driver was driving through the cones, and winding around a fire engine, two large PUD trucks and two patrol cars with full lights operating. The driver said he thought something might be wrong when he drove through the debris field.
Malicious Mischief –1300 blk Washington Ave.
A neighbor heard a window breaking at the vacant, for sale house at the above address. He contacted four juveniles and told dispatch that they were being cooperative and waiting for the police. The case is under investigation.
Animal Complaint –13500 blk 42nd Ave. W.
A caller reported a dog from the above address got into a fight with his dog while they were walking on the sidewalk. The caller said his dog was fine, but that he wanted officers to contact the dog owner who was rude to him when confronted about his loose dog. An officer contacted the dog owner, who agreed to keep his dog on his property.
Liquor Violation –300 blk Lincoln Ave
An employee called to report a wedding party at the location was violating the community center’s liquor policy. Upon arrival, it was determined subjects were seen drinking hard alcohol, which is a violation of the policy. They agreed to serve beer and wine only.
LEA– Harbour Heights Dr. & Beverly Park Rd.
Officers responded to the area for containment to assist the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office with a burglary that just occurred in the area. A white male was observed running from the residence. The subject was not located.
Juvenile Problem – 600 blk Front St.
Officers responded to a report of multiple juveniles walking on the train tracks south of Lighthouse Park. Officers contacted six juveniles. They were given a warning and agreed to leave.
Traffic Complaint– SR-525 & 88th St. S.W.
A caller reported being followed and harassed by a subject in a black Mercedes. He said the male driver almost hit his vehicle and followed him home. Officers contacted the registered owner of the vehicle at his residence. The subject appeared to be intoxicated and said he was driving drunk. He became upset and uncooperative and later denied driving at all.
Criminal Traffic – 1900 blk SR-525
An officer stopped a vehicle for speeding. The driver was cited for driving with no valid operator’s license, for driving without an ID and speeding. She was released at the scene.
Noise Complaint– 8400 blk 54th Ave. W.
Officers responded to the area for multiple complaints of loud noise. Officers observed the noise coming from the above residence and contacted the homeowner. The homeowner had fallen asleep and accidentally turned on his exterior speakers. He agreed to turn them off.
LEA– 10500 blk 47th Pl. W.
A subject arrived at the police department to take custody of her child. Washington State Patrol arrived and turned the child over to his mother. He was found walking by himself on SR-525 and Russell Way.
Vehicle Theft/Recovery– 600 blk Front St.
A caller reported his vehicle was stolen from the area. While en route, officers discovered his vehicle on the road at the 10700 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard. The vehicle had been in a collision and was not drivable. The caller’s story changed multiple times. The case is under investigation.
Suspicious Incident –1000 blk 8th St.
A resident reported that the postman had knocked over his community mailboxes the day before. He said that over an hour after the postman had delivered the mail, the mailboxes had fallen over. There was no damage to the unit and the bolts mounting it to its base were very short. The postal supervisor responded and had the same conclusions.
Vandalism –12900 blk 50th Pl. W.
A resident reported that their home had been “egged” overnight. It has happened before and there was no permanent damage. The resident requested additional patrols overnight in the neighborhood.
Information – 5300 blk H.P. Blvd.
A man called to let the police know that he had “accidentally” sent a text message to his wife last night. He is the respondent on a court order prohibiting any contact between the two of them. He wanted the police to have his information in case his wife makes a complaint.
Urinating In Public –107th Pl. S.W. & Chennault Beach Rd.
A caller reported two males had just urinated on a neighbor’s fence. The men were in the neighborhood distributing fliers for a business. An officer contacted the two subjects. They explained that they were trying to go in the wooded area. The witness stated that they were trying to get out of sight, but failed. The males were released with a warning.
Suspicious Activity – 1000 blk Goat Trail Loop Rd.
Officers checked the area for a suspicious vehicle. It had parked in the area and a male staying at a residence came out and gave the driver a package then went back into the house. The car left. A caller said this goes on several times each day, and he believed there were drug transactions going on. The car was not located.
Hit and Run –12100 blk SR-525
An officer responded to a hit-and-run report. Upon arrival, it was determined that the caller’s vehicle had been backed into. The business apparently had video of the collision and will get the suspect information to the officer.
Trespass – Tank Farm
Officers responded to the tank farm for a trespass in progress. Upon arrival, the officers located seven subjects on the oil pier. Due to the number of priority calls holding, the subjects were warned and escorted off of the property.
Lost Child –10500 blk 62nd Pl. W.
An officer was dispatched to a report of a lost child at the above location. Upon arrival, the child was located at the neighbor’s house.
Suspicious – 4600 blk H.P. Blvd.
A man advised an officer that he thought people were using drugs behind the library, as he found broken glass there.
Hit-and-Run Collision – 11700 blk SR-525
A caller advised that someone had struck their car between 3:15 and 4:30 p.m. There was damage to the rear passenger door. There were no witnesses or suspect information.
Animal Complaint – 600 blk Front St.
A caller reported a dog locked in a vehicle at Lighthouse Park for 15 minutes. As they called 911, the vehicle left the park.
Suspicious Circumstances – 600 blk Front St.
Officers responded to the Lighthouse Park for a report of a juvenile with a gun. Officers contacted two juveniles. One of the juveniles said he brought his BB gun in a backpack to the park. The officers confirmed it was a BB gun.
Residential Burglary – 4400 blk 80th St. S.W.
A resident reported sometime in the past two weeks someone broke into his home. The basement door had been forced open. Jewelry, change and a camera lens were missing. The case is under investigation.
Criminal Traffic – 8500 blk SR-525
An officer stopped a vehicle for having a cancelled license. The driver was cited for the violation and released at the scene.
Criminal Traffic – 4700 blk H.P. Blvd. S.W.
Officers were dispatched to the area for sounds of a vehicle collision. Officers observed a vehicle fishtailing and doing donuts in the parking lot with multiple bystanders nearby. The driver was cited for reckless driving and released at the scene.
Warrant Arrest – 700 blk 5th St.
Officers stopped a vehicle and contacted the male driver. The driver was cited for driving with a suspended license in the third degree and booked into the Snohomish County Jail on two warrants.
Party Complaint – 11000 blk 60th Ave. W.
A caller reported two males arguing in the area. Officers located a loud party at the above address. Officers attempted contact at the residence, but no one would answer the door.
Missing Person Adult – 10500 blk 47th Pl. W.
A resident came to the station and wanted to report his 20-year-old son missing. His son was picked up by some friends at his residence in Bothell last night. They thought he was going to be in Mukilteo and have not heard from him since. He was advised to contact the Bothell Police Department for a report. Mukilteo police have not had contact with the subject.
Public Assist – Lighthouse Park
An officer was flagged down in the park, near the picnic shelters, by a motorist who had locked the keys to his car inside of it. The officer was not able to get the car opened.
Parking Dispute – Lighthouse Park
An officer responded to the park regarding a person standing in an empty parking space “holding” it for another driver. They called back about 30 seconds later and said to disregard the call and that they were leaving.
Vehicle Prowl –13100 blk 42nd Ave. W.
A resident reported that overnight his truck was entered and several items were stolen. Among the stolen items were a dash camera and a four-inch .44 Magnum Colt revolver. The case is under investigation.
Suspicious Incident – 9000 blk 45th Pl. W.
A wooden planter box was taken from a resident’s home. The landlord’s son may have taken it to give to his mother today. The caller wanted the incident documented but did not want a case report or investigation or any further action.
Motor Vehicle Theft – Lighthouse Park
An officer was dispatched to the report of a vehicle stolen within the last 90 minutes. No additional information was available at the time of this report.
Vehicle Prowl/Theft – 13200 blk 46th Pl. W.
A resident reported that an unknown person(s) broke into her vehicle sometime between yesterday at 2 p.m. and today at 2:30 p.m. Her center console was damaged and her owner’s manual, bank receipts, gloves and registration were missing from the vehicle.
Lost Child – 600 Front St.
A caller reported that her 5-year-old daughter was missing at Lighthouse Park. Prior to the officers’ arrival, she located her child.
Party Complaint – 12300 blk H.P. Blvd.
A resident reported that a loud party has been going on for four days. On arrival, there was no noise and the officers got no response at the door.
Traffic Hazard – 10800 blk H.P. Blvd.
A caller reported that there was a crosswalk sign down at the location. The officer verified that it was down and requested city service.
Criminal Traffic – 900 blk SR-525
An officer stopped a vehicle for having a cancelled vehicle license due to a dishonored check. The officer cited and released the driver for this violation, driving with a suspended license in the third degree and no proof of insurance.
Malicious Mischief – 12600 blk 61st Ave. W.
A resident reported damage to a lamppost in her yard that occurred at 4:18 this morning. She showed an officer video footage of three male juveniles walking past the lamppost with one pushing it over and causing damage. The officer was unable to ID the suspect from the video footage.
Suspicious Circumstance – 12200 blk Cyrus Way
A caller reported video footage of unknown subjects on the complex property over the weekend. The caller is concerned because of past incidents in the area. Extra patrol was requested at night and on weekends.
Found Property – 8800 blk 44th Ave. W.
A resident found a bicycle in their yard. An officer checked the bicycle through the computer system and it was not reported as stolen. It is unknown where bicycle came from or who put it in the resident’s yard.
Criminal Trespass – 900 blk 1st St.
A caller advised that 10 – 15 juveniles were on a decaying oil dock. Responding officers contacted two of the trespassers.
Lost Dog – 5500 blk 107th St. S.W.
A caller reported losing his dog. He requests contact if it is found.
Court Order Violation – 4400 blk Chennault Beach Rd.
Officers were dispatched to a disturbance in the area with a female requesting aid for a mouth injury. Contact was made with a male subject and his girlfriend. The two had been arguing while doing some work at a storage container they rented at the location. The male struck the female in the face during the argument. There was a valid court order in place preventing the male from contacting the female as a result of a prior domestic violence incident. The male was arrested and booked for the felony violation of the court order.
Animal Complaint – Lighthouse Park
An officer was dispatched to a report of an injured seal in the water near the boat dock. The seal was not found.