Police Beat for week of May 30

May 30, 2012

May 22

Commercial Burglary –12300 blk Cyrus Way

An officer was dispatched to the location for a vehicle prowl report. Upon arrival, it was determined that three work trucks were broken into and three chain hoists and a generator were taken. The case is under investigation.

Juvenile Problem – 4600 blk Campus Pl.

A caller reported several teens in parking lot doing donuts. There was no damage, but the caller wanted police aware.

Hit & Run Collision –12100 blk Village Center Pl.

A vehicle hit another vehicle and fled the scene.

Noise – 5300 blk Harbour Pointe Blvd.

An officer responded to a report of loud music playing. The officer handled the incident.

Criminal Traffic/DWLS – 10900 blk SR-525

An officer stopped vehicle for expired tabs and found that the driver had a suspended driver’s license. The officer cited her for both violations.

Traffic Complaint – 12300 blk H.P. Blvd.

A resident reported that a female in a blue Nissan yelled at him because he did not make his turn into the complex quick enough. The female was gone on arrival.

Suspicious – 10600 blk 53rd Ave. W.

A resident reported that she found some damage to her shed door. The shed was open, she did not know how the damage occurred and there was nothing missing from inside. She did not want a report taken, just wanted the department aware of the damage.

Weapon Complaint – 900 blk 2nd St.

A caller reported that a male at the above location appeared to be shooting birds from his back deck area. The officers spoke with two subjects. They denied shooting birds and said that they had just been looking through the scope of their BB gun. The officers saw no evidence that they had been shooting birds, but educated them about the firearms laws in Mukilteo.

Follow-Up/Burglary – 12200 blk Cyrus Way

While on patrol, anofficer contacted a man who said that he got video surveillance of a stocky white male driving what appeared to be a blue Astro or GMC Safari van through his parking lot at about 3:05 this morning. The male got out of the van, looked at his metal, but did not appear to take anything. The man said he has recorded this same male in the past and the male used to drive a red Mazda pickup. He thought the male might be associated with the burglary at a neighboring business last night. The case is under investigation.

DUI – 600 blk Front St.

An anonymous complainant reported that a subject was intoxicated, got on the ferry on the Clinton side and was planning to drive to his parents’ house. The caller further said that he was driving a company van and the officer contacted him as he was pulling out of the parking lot. The subject appeared intoxicated, failed standard field sobriety tests, was arrested and ultimately blew a .158/.148 on the breathalyzer. The officer cited and released him to his girlfriend and his vehicle was impounded.

May 23

Burglary – 900 blk Goat Trail Loop Rd.

Officers were dispatched to a burglary in progress at the above location. A resident woke up to an unidentified subject inside his home looking around with a flashlight. The suspect, described as a young male, fled from the home when the resident confronted him. An officer attempted to track the subject with the help of a K9, but was unsuccessful. It is believed that the suspect left in a vehicle that was parked nearby.

Traffic Complaint – 5200 blk 102nd St. S.W.

An officer was dispatched to check the area for a blue Nissan Stanza driving in a careless manner. The officer contacted the driver of the vehicle and warned him about his driving.

Theft /Extra Patrol – 1000 blk SR-525

An officer was dispatched to a burglary at the above location. The officer contacted the complainant, who wanted the police station aware that they have recently purchased the home. The home is not occupied and is slated for destruction soon. The caller said that some of the copper wiring inside was taken, but that the business did not want to file a report.

Collision – 4600 blk H.P. Blvd.

Officers were dispatched to a vehicle vs. bicycle collision at the entrance to the library. The bicyclist was hit while on Harbour Pointe Boulevard and attempting to make a left turn into the library. The vehicle was turning right onto the boulevard when the bicyclist was struck. He sustained minor scrapes and cuts to his legs.

Reckless Driving – 600 blk Front Street

An officer responded to a complaint of a recklessly driven vehicle at the park. The owner was contacted and will be cited for several violations.

Suspicious – 5800 blk 107th Pl. S.W.

An officer was dispatched to an area check for a solicitor wearing what the caller described as “a poor choice of yuppie clothing.” The subject was not found.

Suspicious – 8900 blk 49th Ave. W.

Officers were dispatched to an area check for a male knocking on doors and asking for help. Contact was made with a subject who was intoxicated, barefoot and could not remember how he got here from a Sounders game tonight. He was transported to the Snohomish County Triage Center for the night. His girlfriend later came to the police station looking for him. She said her boyfriend had wandered off while they were parked at the ferry terminal. She was provided the number for the Triage Center.

May 24

Burglary – 7700 blk SR-525

A resident reported that his home was burglarized sometime over the past week. A motor home and a set of dishes were stolen. A license plate number for the 19-foot motor home is still attempting to be located.

Juvenile Problem – 2600 blk SR-525

A resident reported receiving a lewd voicemail message from a 12-year-old student at the above location. The resident requested the incident be documented.

Welfare Check – 7800 blk 46th Ave. W.

A caller reported that her 85-year-old boyfriend had just driven to the above location. She was concerned because her boyfriend had recently suffered from a stroke and was told by doctors not to drive. The officer located the boyfriend back at the residence and he was fine. The officer warned him to not be driving.

Collision – H.P. Blvd. S.W. & SR-525

Vehicle 1 struck the side of Vehicle 2. One driver as transported by aid to the hospital. Officers conducted traffic control at the intersection until both vehicles were towed.

Narcotics Complaint – 12100 blk Greenhaven

An officer was dispatched to an area check for three teens possibly smoking marijuana in the area. The subjects were gone on arrival.

Disturbance – 10900 blk SR-525

Officers were dispatched to the above location on a report of a disturbance. Officers contacted an intoxicated male who had been refusing to leave. He was given a courtesy transport home.

May 25

Public Assist – 3600 blk South Rd.

An officer responded to the parking lot regarding a 2-year-old locked inside a car. The car was not running and the child was buckled in a child safety restraint seat. Officer requested Mary’s Towing respond to unlock the car doors. Mary’s Towing dispatched a truck and the operator opened the car. The child was reunited with his grandmother.

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

A passerby expressed concern for two horses being kept at the above location. A similar complaint was made on May 15 and checked by the Animal Control officer. This call was also referred to the officer.

Suspicious Incident – 4700 blk 71st Pl. S.W.

An officer checked the area for a male in a white van with writing on the sides selling meat door-to-door. Officer located the vehicle at the intersection of 48th Avenue W. and 71st Street S.W. The driver and sole occupant did not have any license with Mukilteo for door-to-door sales. He was advised to stop sales and how to obtain the necessary permit(s) prior to any future sales in Mukilteo.

I-D Theft – 13200 blk Harbour Heights Dr.

A caller reported that her car was prowled on May 11 and a backpack with checks, ID and debit card was stolen. Charges are now being made on the account. The case is under investigation.

Robbery 2 – 700 blk 2nd St.

Officers responded to the location regarding a disturbance. Two customers had some drinks and ordered more than $100 in take out and then left without paying. While leaving, the customers assaulted two employees. The suspects fled in a car and backed over a fire hydrant at 2nd Street and Park Avenue. A BOLO (be on the lookout) was issued for the suspect vehicle, a silver 2003 Nissan Alantra. It is registered in Lake Stevens and their police department has been advised.

Theft 3 – 84th St. S.W. & SR-525

A caller reported his blue Mongoose BMX Bike was stolen from the parking lot while he was inside. It happened within the previous two hours. There were no suspects.

I-D Theft – 12700 blk 61st Ave. W.

An officer responded to the location regarding an ID theft that occurred at Macy’s. The officer was still on scene at the time of this report.

Traffic Emphasis – Officers working both the Click It or Ticket and the Target Zero Task Force traffic emphasis made 52 stops, wrote 28 infractions and one criminal citation.

Juvenile Problem – 5000 blk Graham Way

Officers responded to the location for a 6-year-old male riding a bike with a steak knife. The officers contacted the juvenile, who was not carrying a knife. An officer also spoke his father and made him aware of the situation.

Criminal Traffic – 10300 blk SR-525

Officers working traffic emphasis stopped a vehicle, and wrote the driver an ignition interlock violation.

Suspicious – 600 blk Front St.

A caller found a suspicious bone that she believed was human washed up on the beach. An officer walked the beach, but did not locate anything else suspicious. The officer took the bone and had it submitted for testing.

Disturbance – 11100 blk 58th Ave. W.

Officers responded to the location for a man in front of the residence yelling at the house. The man was upset about the homeowners’ association rules and yelled at the president of the homeowners association’s house. He had also parked two cars in front of the president’s house. He agreed to calm down and move his cars at the officers’ request.

Criminal Traffic – 1400 blk SR-525

An officer stopped a vehicle for speeding and found that the driver had a suspended driver’s license. The officer cited the driver for both violations.

May 26

Resident Burglary – 900 blk 2nd St.

Items were taken from a victim’s yard overnight, including a garden hose which was cut up and possibly used to siphon gas from cars in the area. The backyard shed nearby was broken in to and several items and tools were spread around the yard. Gas cans were stolen.

Vehicle Prowl – 2100 blk Clover Ct.

Victim vehicle was entered overnight and a GPS unit was stolen.

Assist Fire – 11800 blk 59th Ave. W.

Officers responded at Fire Department request to the above location. An elderly woman had fallen and was being uncooperative and assaultive toward her caregiver. Firefighters dealt with the incident without assistance from officers.

Vehicle Prowl – 2100 blk Clover Dr.

A victim’s vehicle was prowled overnight. Nothing was taken except possibly an old replaced garage door opener.

Residential Burglary – 4900 blk 76th St. S.W.

Overnight, the occupied residence was entered and a cellphone plus two laptop computers were stolen.

Noise Complaint– 900 blk 6th St.

A caller reported a barking dog from the above residence, stating it was an ongoing problem. Upon arrival, an officer observed two small dogs barking from the exterior balcony of the residence. No one answered the door. A warning notice was left.

DWLS 3 – 11000 blk SR-525

An officer stopped a vehicle at the above location. The driver was cited for driving with a suspended license in the third degree. She was released at the scene.

Criminal Traffic – 10200 blk SR-525

An officer stopped a vehicle for a seatbelt violation. The driver was cited for the seatbelt violation and for failing to transfer title within 45 days. He was released at the scene.

Verbal DV/DWLS– 1400 blk Goat Trail Loop Rd.

Officers responded to the area for two males fighting outside the above residence. While en-route, one male left in a vehicle. Officers stopped the vehicle and contacted the driver. He said he got into a verbal argument with his brother. Both parties stated no assault occurred and were uncooperative. The driver was cited for driving with a suspended license in the third degree.

Warrant Arrest – 7900 blk SR-525

An officer stopped a vehicle at the above location. The driver matched the description of the registered owner, who had a felony warrant for his arrest. Officers contacted the driver, who had a felony no bail warrant out of the Olympia Department of Corrections for escaping community custody. The warrant was confirmed, and the driver was transported and booked into the Snohomish County Jail.

Noise Complaint– 8200 blk 45th Pl. W.

A caller reported a dog barking at the above residence for two hours. An officer observed a yellow lab barking from the residence. No one was home. A violation notice was left on the door.

Juvenile Compliant– 1500 blk 1st St.

A caller reported five juveniles with a beach fire in the area, east of the tank farm. An officer observed the fire from a distance with no one around it. It was determined not to be in the city limits of Mukilteo.

Noise Complaint – 900 blk 6th St.

A complainant called again to report the same dog barking at the above residence. He said the dog had been barking continuously for four hours. An officer contacted the homeowner. They advised this was their first complaint and said they would take care of the issue.

Noise Complaint– 5300 blk Harbour Pointe Blvd.

A resident reported loud neighbors from the above apartment. She said it was an ongoing issue. Officers contacted two subjects who were having a party. They said they would keep the noise down.

May 27

Residential Burglary –1600 blk E. Horizon Dr.

Officers responded to a report of an open door at the above location. Upon arrival, it was determined that the front door had been kicked in and the house had been burglarized. The case is under investigation.

Residential Burglary – 11700 blk 59th Ave. W.

An officer was dispatched to a report of an open door at the above location. Upon arrival, it was determined the front door had been kicked in and the residence burglarized. The case is under investigation.

Welfare Check – 5200 blk 81st Pl. S.W.

Officers were dispatched to check the welfare of a resident. She called 911 and stated that she thought she was dying. Aid was on scene upon arrival and transported her to the hospital for evaluation.

Warrant Service –10200 blk SR-525

While on Target Zero Task Force emphasis, an officer stopped a driver for a DWSL-3 warrant (driving with a suspended license). The driver was transported and booked into Snohomish County Jail.

Abandoned Vehicle – 9700 blk Marine View Dr.

An officer was dispatched to the above location for an abandoned white Lexus GS350 that appeared to have been vandalized. The vehicle had reportedly been there for at least two days. The officer was still en-route at press time.

Traffic Emphasis – Officers working the Click It or Ticket traffic emphasis made 18 contacts: nine warnings, two assists, six infractions, and one criminal citation/warrant arrest.

Juvenile Problem – 6300 blk 126th St. S.W.

A caller reported that there were juveniles in the street making too much noise. The officer made contact with the juveniles and they said that they would try to keep the noise down.

Malicious Mischief – 11100 blk Chennault Beach Rd.

A caller reported that he accidentally parked in a reserved parking spot. An unknown person put a note on his car about parking in the wrong spot and wrote on his car in permanent marker. The case is under investigation.

Collision – 13400 blk Beverly Park Rd.

A driver fell asleep at the wheel and drove off the road, causing significant damage to her vehicle and a guardrail. The driver had minor injuries and refused transport to the hospital. Skip’s Towing impounded the vehicle.

May 28

Collision – 12300 blk H.P. Blvd.

An officer responded to the location for a two vehicle non-blocking, non-injury collision.

Vehicle Prowl – 1500 blk Debrelon Ln.

A caller reported that sometime overnight the driver’s side window was smashed and her prescription glasses were stolen from her vehicle. There is no suspect information.

Theft – 4400 blk Chennault Beach Rd.

Officers were dispatched to an area check for a subject taking scrap metal from a bin. Contact was made with the subject, who claimed he had permission from the business owner to take the metal. An officer contacted the owner and determined he did not. The owner declined to press charges.

Suspicious – 12500 blk Humming Bird St.

An officer was dispatched to an area check for a solicitor selling security systems. The subject was located and agreed to stop until he obtained a permit.

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