Police Beat for week of May 23

May 23, 2012

May 15

Vehicle Theft – 8100 blk 53rd Ave. W.

A caller reported that his vehicle was taken overnight between 1 and 8 a.m. It is unknown if the vehicle was locked at the time of the theft.

Suspicious Circumstance – 8200 blk 53rd Ave. W.

A resident complained that an unknown female called him and told him that he had won some money. She asked for an account number, which he did not provide. An officer called the originating phone number and warned the female who denied any knowledge of the incident.

Criminal Traffic – 600 block of SR 525 1O1 12-0703

Officer stopped a vehicle with expired license registration. A check of the driver’s status showed that she was currently suspended in the third degree. She was cited for both registration violation and third-degree DWLS (driving with license suspended).

Animal Complaint – 4200 blk 78th St. S.W.

A man called to voice his concerns for several horses in the area. The caller believes they are not receiving the proper care and at any time could walk out of their pasture area.

May 16

Civil Problem –11600 blk E. Oakmont Dr.

A resident at the above location reported a golf ball from the golf course had broken a window the day before. The resident wanted the police aware and was going to the golf club to talk to them about it.

Suspicious Person – 500 blk 5th St.

An officer responded to the above location regarding a suspicious male who had been there earlier. A man in M/C leathers and a full-face helmet wanted the employee to take the wallet out of his back pocket. He would not remove the helmet. The case is under investigation.

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

Officers responded to the above location regarding a report of two aggressive pitt bull terriers not letting the complainant out of his house. Officers discovered that the dogs had attacked and killed the complainant’s cat in his yard. Officer located the dog owners, who were advised to quarantine the dogs at their residence until the Animal Control officer can contact them.

Vehicle Prowl – 1200 blk 5th St.

An officer responded to a vehicle prowl that occurred at the Japanese Gulch parking area sometime between 4:40 and 5:15 p.m. The victim reported that her vehicle had its front passenger window broken out and her purse was stolen from inside. Her purse contained her ID, debit and credit cards and gift cards. The credit and debit cards were used in the Everett area a short time later.

Criminal Traffic – 12400 blk Cyrus Way

An officer stopped a vehicle and cited the driver for driving with a suspended license and speeding.

Traffic Complaint – 100 blk Park Ave.

An officer was dispatched to a report of several vehicles near the location playing loud music, revving engines and racing each other for at least the past 30 minutes. The officer contacted about 10 subjects associated with three vehicles and warned them. They agreed to leave.

Theft/Malicious Mischief – 8300 blk 53rd Ave. W.

Residents in the area reported that someone had stolen a security chain and pulled some flower plants out of a planter strip sometime between about 7 and 9 p.m. A possible suspect was described as a 20-year-old white male wearing blue shorts and a red sweatshirt.

Criminal Traffic – 3900 blk H.P. Blvd. S.W.

An officer stopped a vehicle and cited the driver for driving with a suspended license and driving without insurance.

Criminal Traffic – 12700 blk SR 525

An officer stopped a vehicle and cited the driver for driving with a suspended license.

Criminal Traffic – 11200 blk 47th Pl. W.

An officer stopped a vehicle and cited the driver for driving with a suspended license and driving without insurance.

May 17

Vehicle Prowl – 10600 blk 56th Ave. W.

Overnight a victim’s two cars were entered and some electronics were stolen. Windows were smashed in on both cars. The case is under investigation.

Assist Mukilteo Fire – 4700 blk 116th St. S.W.

Officers responded to the above location regarding a one-vehicle accident with injuries. Officers found that a bicyclist had fallen off his bike and injured his knee. An aid unit responded, but the bicyclist refused treatment.

Vehicle Prowl – 5500 blk 107th St. S.W.

Overnight a victim’s car was entered and electronics were stolen. There was no sign of forced entry. The case is under investigation.

2 Car Crash – SR-525 & Front St.

Vehicle 1 and Vehicle 2 were side-by-side leaving the ferry. The lanes jog to the right in the intersection and Vehicle 1 went straight, striking Vehicle 2 on the passenger side.

Suspicious Incident – Lighthouse Park

A park worker advised that almost daily, a man arrives at the park just prior to closing. He brings “stuff” with him and burns it in a fire pit, adds driftwood to the fire, and then leaves. The park worker was asked to call 911 when this occurs, as bringing items into the park to burn is not allowed.

Vehicle Prowl – 5500 blk 107th St. S.W.

A victim’s vehicle was entered overnight an a wallet was stolen. The case is under investigation.

Vehicle Prowl –10600 blk 56th Ave. W.

A victim’s vehicle was entered overnight and several electronic items were stolen. The case is under investigation.

Suspicious Incident – 5000 blk 84th St. S.W.

A complainant received a call from someone claiming to be from their Internet provider, trying to help with internet problems. When the complainant started asking questions, the caller hung up. The complainant called their Internet provider and the provider knew nothing about the caller or the problem.

Suspicious Incident – 84th St. S.W. & SR-525

An officer checked the area for a green Toyota occupied by three subjects smoking marijuana as they drove along. The officer did not locate the vehicle.

Malicious Mischief – 5500 blk 104th Pl. S.W.

A victim’s vehicle had a window smashed in overnight. No entry was made to the vehicle.

Nuisance – 8000 blk SR-525

A caller reported a male at the location was displaying posters of President Obama as Hitler. Due to the constitutional right to free political speech, no action was taken.

Collision – Paine Field Blvd. & 84th St.

Vehicle 1 ran a red light and was struck by Vehicle 2. The driver of Vehicle 1 was transported to the hospital with what appeared to be minor injuries.

Noise Complaint – 4800 blk 76th St. S.W.

An officer was dispatched to a report of a loud television. The subject agreed to turn it down.

Assault 4 DV – 5400 blk 84th St. S.W.

Officers were dispatched to a report of a physical domestic violence case. It was determined that an intoxicated female shoved her mother down to the ground during an argument. The female was arrested and booked into the Snohomish County Jail.

May 18

Residential Burglary – 4200 blk 78th St. S.W.

Officers responded to a burglary at the location. A caller said that she heard noises from the home while she was inside the trailer a short distance from the building. She confronted a male inside the residence who told her that he was looking for scrap metal and tried to contact her at the trailer. He was holding several items from inside the residence. The caller said that the suspect identified himself with a business card and left quickly when she told him she was calling police. Both the suspect and a passenger (who stayed in the vehicle the entire time) left before police arrival. The victim was able to identify the suspect in a photomontage.

Animal Complaint – 10600 blk SR-525

The Animal Control officer was dispatched to an animal complaint at the location concerning a family of ducks that were attempting to cross SR-525. The officer gathered the ducks and released them to a place of safety on the west side of SR-525.

Burglary 1 – 8400 blk 54th Pl. W.

An officer responded to a burglary report at the above address. A resident reported that his home was entered sometime during the day (between 6 a.m. and 4 p.m.) and several firearms were taken. Officer was still on location at the time of this report. The case is under investigation.

Animal Complaint – 4400 blk 106th St. S.W.

Someone called to advise that the ducks from the earlier call were once again attempting to cross SR-525.

Juvenile Problem – 4600 blk Arbors Cir.

An officer was dispatched to an area check for a group of teens who did not live in the neighborhood and were playing on the playground equipment and possibly damaging it. The juveniles were gone on arrival. There was no apparent damage.

Suspicious – 19th St. & Goat Trail Rd.

An officer was dispatched to an area check for a juvenile male that had been on the wooded trail while possibly holding a handgun. The subject was not found.

Disturbance – Lighthouse Park

An officer was dispatched to a report of two groups of people arguing over the last available fire pit. The officer mediated a resolution.

Fireworks – Mukilteo Blvd. & Scurlock Ln.

Officers were dispatched to a report of 3-4 juveniles throwing firecrackers onto the roadway. The juveniles were located and released to their parents.

May 19

Suspicious – 8400 blk 44th Ave. W.

An officer was dispatched to a complaint of two subjects drinking liquor on private property at the location. The officer was unable to locate the subjects at the location.

Illegal Dumping – 76th St. S.W. & 44th Ave. W.

An officer was dispatched to a report of someone dumping garbage in the gulch area.

Juvenile Problem – Lighthouse Park

An officer was dispatched to a report of a group of juveniles skateboarding in the park. They agreed to comply with the park rules.

Trespass/Warrant Arrest – 5300 blk H. P. Blvd.

Officers were dispatched to a burglary in progress with a report of a male seen inside the location. Officers arrested a juvenile male inside who had been planning on sleeping inside the building. The juvenile was a reported missing person out of Blaine and had a warrant out of Bellingham for disorderly conduct. He was booked into the Denny Youth Center for first-degree criminal trespass and the warrant.

Suspicious – 3800 blk H.P. Blvd. S.W.

An officer was dispatched to check on an occupied vehicle parked at the location for 30 minutes. The officer contacted a female who was waiting for her grandmother to load money on her debit card from another location so she could use it to purchase gas. She was able to do so a short time later and left.

Criminal Traffic – 5th St. & SR-525

An officer stopped a vehicle and cited the driver for driving with a suspended license.

May 20

ID Theft – 8500 blk SR-525

The officer was dispatched to a theft complaint. A caller found several documents belonging to Mukilteo residents that appeared to have been stolen. The officer attempted contact with all the possible victims.

Collision – 84th St. & SR-525

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

Noise Complaint – 11100 blk Chennault Beach Rd.

A resident reported that her upstairs neighbor was doing laundry after 10 p.m. An officer suggested she speak with the neighbor and/or management about the issue.

Animal Complaint – 12300 blk H.P. Blvd.

An officer was dispatched to an area check for a stray dog in the area. It was gone on arrival.

May 21

Traffic Complaint – 3rd St. & SR-525

An officer was dispatched to a report of an elderly female in a beige passenger car that had just exited the ferry and was driving in the wrong lane of travel. Subject was last seen turning left off of SR-525 near Rosehill. Officer checked the area but the subject was not located.

Animal Complaint – 900 blk 3rd St.

An officer was dispatched to the above address for a report of two missing cats. The officer contacted the reporting party and advised her of the animal shelters in the area to check for her cats.

Commercial Burglary – 8000 blk 40th Ave. W.

An officer responded to the location for a commercial burglary report. Upon arrival, it was determined that someone had dumped some garbage in a vacant storage unit. The management did not want to pursue the matter.

Unwanted Subject – 12100 blk Village Center Pl.

Officers responded to the business for an intoxicated male causing a problem. The officers contacted the male, who appeared very intoxicated and finally agreed to leave. The restaurant wanted him trespassed and the officers verbally trespassed him. The officers also cautioned the restaurant about serving intoxicated patrons.

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