Police Beat for week of Sept. 18

Sep 18, 2013

Sept. 11

Animal Complaint – 7600 blk SR-525

An officer picked up a deceased cat and transported it to PAWS for cremation.

Suspicious – 600 blk Front St.

Officers spoke to a suspicious male in Lighthouse Park, who was sleeping in his car. He agreed to go home.

Theft – 9700 blk Harbour Pl.

A detective took a report about an embezzlement case. No more information was available.

Animal Complaint – 600 blk Front St.

Officers were called to a stray Chihuahua dog running loose by the railroad tracks. The officers rescued the dog and later returned it to its owner.

Warrant Service – 13500 blk 47th Pl. W.

Officers attempted to arrest a subject on an outstanding protection order violation warrant. The subject was gone on arrival.

Found Property – 10500 blk 47th Pl. W.

A caller brought two credit cards and an insurance card, belonging to two different subjects to the police station. The items were booked as found property.

Warrant Service – 9400 blk 48th Ave. W.

Officers attempted to arrest a subject on an outstanding DWLS (Driving With License Suspended) warrant. The subject was gone on arrival.

Warrant Service – 9400 blk 48th Ave. W.

Officers attempted to arrest a subject for an outstanding DUI warrant. The officers found that she does not live at either address on record.

Runaway/Follow-Up – 5000 blk 84th St. S.W.

An officer saw a juvenile at the above location that was listed as a runaway. The officer contacted his grandmother, and she responded to pick him up. A short time later, his grandmother called back and advised that he again ran away. The officer had him re-entered into the system as a runaway.

Fire Assist – 600 blk Front St.

An officer was called to Lighthouse Park for a man in his 50s who swam into the sound and was having trouble. On arrival, he was back on shore and declined aid.

Collision – 9600 blk Harbour Pl.

Vehicle 1 rear-ended Vehicle 2. The drivers initially spoke with each other and the driver of Vehicle 2 left the area without giving any information. There were no injuries. Neither vehicle was impounded.

Narcotics Activity – 11100 blk Chennault Beach Rd.

A caller reported that he found a suspicious text message on his wife’s phone that appeared to be offering drugs for sale. An officer called the number that the text message came from and it was a medical marijuana facility in California. They had dialed the wrong number.

Parade Detail – 10800 blk Harbour Pointe Blvd.

Officers assisted with the Kamiak High School Homecoming Parade. Officers closed off several intersections and provided traffic control for the parade participants and viewers.

Welfare Check – Beverly Park Rd. & SR-525

An officer was dispatched to a report of a vehicle with a 4 year old sitting in the front seat, facing backward. The vehicle was reportedly eastbound from the location. The information was forwarded to SNOPAC.

Juvenile Problem – 600 blk Front St.

An officer was dispatched to a complaint about several teenagers at the dock outside the location who were disrespectful when told to leave. One of the teens reportedly threw a rock into the pool. The officer located the teens and warned them about their actions.

Welfare Check – 11100 blk Chennault Beach Rd.

An officer was dispatched to a report of a 3-year-old child playing outside the location unsupervised. The officer met with the child’s parents and the child. The child appeared well cared for had apparently been under supervision unbeknownst to the complainant.

Warrant Service – Snohomish County Jail

An officer advised the Snohomish County Jail staff that a subject had a Mukilteo arrest warrant and was currently incarcerated at the Snohomish County Jail. SNOCOM sent a copy of the warrant to the jail and the jail staff served the warrant. The warrant was cleared from the system.

Missing Person – 600 blk 4th St.

A woman called from Vancouver, Wash. to report her husband was missing. An officer checked the husband’s vehicle throughout the night and eventually located him sleeping inside. The officer notified his wife that he had been located.

Involuntary Commitment – 8000 blk SR-525

Officers were dispatched to the area for a welfare check on a woman limping and screaming. The woman was transported to Providence-Colby via private ambulance for a mental-health evaluation.

Injury Collision – SR-525 & H.P. Blvd. S.W.

Officers were dispatched to an injury collision at the location. One vehicle occupant sustained minor injury from the collision. Officers were still on scene at the time of this report.

Sept. 12

Collision – 10200 blk SR-525

Vehicle 1 stopped for traffic at the location and Vehicle 2 rear-ended Vehicle 1. The driver of Vehicle 2 had an injury to her thumb and a juvenile in the backseat had an injury due to an airbag. Vehicle 2 was impounded by Inter County towing and the juvenile was transported to the hospital by the fire department.

Warrant Service – 11800 blk SR-525

An employee reported there was a male in the parking lot that attempted to open doors on occupied vehicles waiting in the drive-thru. Officers located him and found two warrants for domestic violence harassment and third-degree DWLS (Driving With License Suspended). The officers booked him into the county jail.

Animal Complaint – Mukilteo Blvd. & Leslie Ln.

An officer observed two dogs running loose in the area. The officer was only able to capture one of the dogs, and later returned it to its owner.

Vehicle Prowl – 5100 blk 126th St. S.W.

A passerby came to the station and reported that her unlocked Honda van was prowled while parked at the above location overnight. She said that nothing of value was taken. She requested extra watch on the area.

Found Property – 10900 blk SR-525

A passerby came to the station and reported that he found a wallet. An officer left a voicemail message for its owner and booked his wallet as found property.

Disturbance – 400 blk SR-525

Officers responded to a disturbance involving a line-cutter in the ferry holding lane. Both parties were gone on arrival. The officers advised Washington State Patrol of the situation.

Theft – 10800 blk H.P. Blvd.

A caller reported his cellular phone stolen. Officers had the suspect return the phone. He said that he did not want to pursue charges, only wanted his phone back.

Narcotics Information – 10800 blk H.P. Blvd.

A caller wanted the police to be aware that a subject has not been at school lately and is likely using drugs.

Animal Complaint – 11700 blk SR-525

An officer responded to the location for a dog in a maroon mini-van that appeared to be in distress. The van was gone on arrival.

Theft – 4800 blk Sterling Way

A caller reported that her bicycle was stolen. An officer was en route at press time.

Suspicious Circumstances – 5400 blk H.P. Blvd.

Officers were dispatched to a neighbor complaint that a male was seen holding a female down inside the bathroom at the location. Upon arrival, it was determined that two people had fled out the rear of the residence upon learning the police were there. Investigation revealed that the neighbors had not actually witnessed any violence and it appeared the male had merely been standing in the bathroom doorway while the female was inside. Those present at the location verified there had been no violence or other disturbance.

Animal Complaint – Blue Heron Blvd. & Hummingbird St.

An officer located a dead cat in the roadway. The gray cat had no collar/tags and no microchip was detected. The officer removed the animal from the roadway.

Sept. 13

Found Property – 4800 blk 92nd St. S.W.

An officer was dispatched to a found bicycle at the above location. The bicycle was determined to be not stolen. The bicycle was left for pickup by Public Works.

Animal Complaint – 400 blk 4th St.

An officer was dispatched to a report of an “unmanaged dog” at the above location. The officer contacted the dog owner, who agreed to make sure the dog was inside the residence.

Order Violation – 4800 blk Wilmington Way

An officer was dispatched to an anti-harassment order violation at the police station. The victim stated she has an order against her ex-boyfriend. He violated the order by text message and voicemail in Mukilteo and violated the order in Lynnwood by showing up at her place of work. There is probable cause for the ex-boyfriend’s arrest.

Juvenile Problem – 2600 blk SR-525

An officer responded to the location for a 10-year-old boy that was being a problem. The juvenile was moved without incident.

Suspicious – 84th St. S.W. & SR-525

An officer was dispatched to a report of a female coming out of a window of a house in the area. Upon arrival Officer located the female and determined that she left the house after a male at the location “hit on” her. The female was not assaulted and she was given a courtesy transport to a nearby grocery store where she met a friend.

Unwanted Subjects – 3900 blk of H.P. Blvd. S.W.

Officers responded to the Extended Stay America for 2-3 people refusing to leave from the above room. Upon arrival the guests had already checked out.

Traffic Complaint – Chennault Beach Rd. & SR-525

A caller advised of a reckless driver in the area. The vehicle was described as a white Honda, weaving in and out of traffic. The vehicle was not located.

Juvenile Problem – 84th St. S.W. & SR-525

An officer was dispatched to a report of 20 or more juveniles hanging out on the corner at the above location and walking across the street when the signal flashes “do not walk.” The subjects were not located.

Collision – 5th St. & SR-525

An officer was dispatched to a car versus motorcycle collision at the above location. Both vehicles were headed southbound when the car pulled on to the shoulder, then turned in front of the motorcycle, striking it in an attempt to make a U-turn to get in the ferry lane. There were no injuries.

Collision – SR-525 & 121st St.

An officer was en-route to another call when he located a collision at the above location. It was determined that Vehicle 2 stopped for traffic and Vehicle 1 struck it from behind at about 30 mph. The driver of Vehicle 1 was cited.

Suspicious – 11600 blk Grove Dr.

An officer responded to the location for the report of a disturbance. A parent was reportedly upset that a teen found drug paraphernalia on the street and carried it home. The item was retrieved by the officer for destruction.

Domestic Disturbance – 6800 blk St. Andrews Dr.

An officer was dispatched to a report of a disturbance that occurred between a 16-year-old boy and his mother yesterday. The incident is under investigation.

Missing/Found Person – 12300 blk H.P. Blvd.

Officers were dispatched to a report of a missing 11-year-old girl that had not returned home from a friend’s house. It was determined that the juvenile had gone with her friend to a family gathering. The girl returned home a short time later.

Noise Complaint – 600 blk Front St.

An officer was dispatched to a report of a loud group of juveniles talking outside the location. The subjects agreed to quiet down or go back inside.

Sept. 14

Warrant Arrest – 19300 blk 44th Ave. W.

Lynnwood Jail requested a Mukilteo officer respond to pick up a subject and transport him to the Snohomish County Jail on a Mukilteo warrant for domestic violence assault. The officer transported and booked the subject into the Snohomish County Jail.

Found Property – 600 blk Front St.

An officer responded to the location for a found purse. The officer was unable to locate a phone number for the owner, and the purse was booked into evidence as found property.

Suspicious Person – 8400 blk SR-525

An officer was dispatched to the location for a report of a boy asking for cigarettes. The subject was described as wearing a black jacket and riding a bicycle. He was not located.

Found Property – 600 blk Front St.

A passerby brought the contents of a wallet to the police station that was found at the location. Officer is attempting to contact the owner who resides in Mukilteo.

Juvenile Problem – 5000 blk 81st Pl. S.W.

Officer responded to the above location for several juveniles playing in the reporting party’s driveway. An officer contacted the juveniles, and they agreed to move on.

Traffic Complaint – SR 526 & Everett Mall Way

SNOPAC advised of a silver BMW with no plate number or direction of travel driving recklessly in the above area. Information only.

Telephone Harassment – 4800 blk 76th St. S.W.

An officer returned a phone call about harassing phone calls he had been receiving from his ex-girlfriend. The officer spoke with both subjects, who agreed to leave each other alone and obtain court orders if desired.

Extra Patrol – 9100 blk 53rd Ave. W.

A caller advised there were juveniles in the area earlier that looked like they were going to throw rocks. The juveniles were confronted and the complainant was concerned they might return later to cause damage.

Liquor Violation – 300 blk Lincoln Ave.

Staff at the location requested extra patrol during an event. Officers randomly checked the location throughout the night.

Barking Dog – 700 blk 5th St.

An officer checked for a barking dog at the location. While on scene, the officer saw and heard a large black lab barking on the deck. No one was home. The officer left a warning notice.

Fight – 5300 blk H.P. Blvd.

Officers responded to the location to check for a fight that had started in the parking lot. Subjects were located and identified, but claimed they had been arguing about an earlier boxing match. There were no signs of a fight or reports of any injuries.

Juvenile Problem – 6800 blk St. Andrews Dr.

A resident wanted officers to be on the lookout for his step-son as he had left the home without permission. The subject was located at his girlfriend’s house and returned home.

Disturbance – 700 blk Front St.

Officers checked the location for subjects involved in an altercation. It was determined a guest was upset with other guests for being too loud and confronted them. No one wanted to file a report and the parties went their separate ways.

Runaway – 6800 blk St. Andrews Dr.

About 15 minutes after being dropped off, the juvenile left without permission again. Officers checked the area for him, but he was not located. He was reported as a runaway. He was later found at a nearby location and his parents agreed he could stay there for the night.

Juvenile Problem – 11100 blk Chennault Beach Rd.

Officers checked the area for a blue Scion being driven by a juvenile. The juvenile had taken his mother’s vehicle without permission and she wanted officers to be on the lookout for it and him. She did not want to file a report.

Criminal Traffic – 8400 blk SR-525

An officer located the blue Scion and stopped the vehicle behind the location. The driver was identified as the juvenile from the previous call. His mother was notified and he and the vehicle were released to her. There was one passenger in the vehicle at the time of the stop and he was transported home. A second passenger reportedly fled from the vehicle and was not located. Criminal traffic charges against the juvenile driver will be forwarded to the juvenile prosecutor.

Sept. 15

Vehicle Prowl – 4500 blk 78th Pl. S.W.

An officer responded to the above address for a vehicle prowl that occurred overnight. The caller also believed that their dog had been stolen. Upon arrival it was determined that the caller’s car had been broken into and a purse was taken. The missing dog was later located and returned home.

Attempted Theft – 4300 blk Russell Rd.

Officers were dispatched to the above address for a threat with a weapon call. Upon arrival, it was determined that a subject driving a burgundy pickup had attempted to take pallets from the above location. The owner of the pallets confronted the subject with a handgun. The suspected thief then fled and was not located. The officer tried several times to call the caller back but there was no answer.

Welfare Check – 10100 blk 53rd Ave. W.

An officer was dispatched to a report of a green Ford with its parking lights on and a subject sleeping in the back seat. Upon arrival, the officer contacted two occupants. Both subjects advised they had been at a friend’s house the previous night but were too tired to drive home. Both were advised they could not be sleeping in a vehicle on the street.

Animal Complaint – 4400 blk 80th St. S.W.

A caller advised she had confined a Boxer that was running loose the previous evening. Upon arrival it was determined to belong to the subject in the above call who was missing a dog. The dog was returned home.

Found Property – 4700 blk 78th Pl. S.W.

A caller reported that he found some bicycles and purses. It was determined that the caller’s son most likely stole the items from the above listed victims of vehicle prowls. An officer returned the property. The case is under investigation.

Vehicle Prowl – 7900 blk 49th Pl. W.

An officer responded to the above address for a vehicle prowl report. Upon arrival, it was determined to be related to the above vehicle prowls. The case is under investigation.

DUI – SR-526 & Evergreen Way

Washington State Patrol advised of a possible DUI in a black Cadillac nearly causing several collisions headed westbound from the above location. The vehicle was not located.

Suspicious – 11100 blk Chennault Beach Rd.

Apartment security received a report of a suspicious male wandering around in the woods at the location. The subject was not located.

DUI – Chennault Beach Rd. & SR-525

An officer stopped a Toyota that was traveling southbound in the northbound lanes of SR-525. The driver was subsequently arrested for DUI. He refused the breathalyzer test and was cited.

Harassment – 1800 blk SR-525

A caller reported that the ex-boyfriend of one of her friends had just been at the residence harassing her. The male left prior to officer arrival. It was determined there had been no disturbance. The caller was provided with information about court orders.

Disturbance – 12700 blk SR-525

An employee reported that a customer was arguing with him about owing $1.78. The customer felt the employee was being rude and wanted his name to report it to the manager. The customer agreed to pay the bill and was provided with contact information to speak with the manager later.

Sept. 16

Juvenile Problem – 6800 blk St. Andrews Dr.

A caller advised that his son was refusing to go to school. An officer phoned the father and gave him some options on how to deal with the situation.

Nuisance – 4600 blk H.P. Blvd.

A caller reported that a subject was sleeping outside the staff door at the library. An officer contacted the male. He stated he was homeless and agreed to leave.

Suspicious – 8400 blk SR-525

Officers responded to two subjects “shooting up drugs” in a red Mercedes. The officers found no evidence of drug use or impairment, but one of the subjects had a history of theft and burglary.

Suspicious – Club House Ln. & H.P. Blvd.

An officer responded to a suspicious white van driving through the area. It was not located.

Suspicious – 600 blk Washington Pl.

Officers responded to the location for a male that climbed over the fence and shortly after he climbed the fence, the dogs at the location went “crazy.” The officers found an open back door at the residence, searched the house, but found nothing else suspicious inside.

Collision – 9400 blk SR-525

Vehicle 1 was in the outside lane, merged into the inside lane and struck a vehicle there. There were no injuries and neither vehicle was impounded.

Animal Complaint – 5000 blk 88th St. S.W.

A caller advised that his neighbors are encouraging their dogs to dig under his fence. The neighbors were not home and the officers reported no violations.

Juvenile Problem – 2600 blk SR-525

Officers responded to the location for a fifth grader that was out of control. On arrival, the principal said that the police were no longer needed.

Malicious Mischief – 13100 blk 45th Ave. W.

A caller came to the station and reported that his truck had been damaged sometime during the last seven months while it was parked at the above location. He suspects his sister-in-law. The case is under investigation.

Traffic Collision – H.P. Blvd. S.W. & SR-525

An officer was dispatched to a collision involving two vehicles pulled into a nearby parking lot. There were no injuries. The officer conducted a collision investigation and cited one of the driver’s for failure to yield the right of way.

Assault 4 – 5300 blk H.P. Blvd.

Officers were dispatched to a domestic disturbance involving a 14-year-old boy and his mother. The juvenile reportedly pushed his mother several times, took several swings at her, chest bumped two of his younger siblings and grabbed one by the arm. The case will be forwarded to the juvenile prosecutor.

Theft 3/Warrant Service – 11700 blk SR-525

Officers were dispatched to a shoplift that had just occurred at the location. The Officers located a subject who was cited for third-degree theft and booked on two arrest warrants.

Unwanted Subject – 12300 blk H.P. Blvd.

Officers were dispatched to the location regarding a dispute between two friends. One subject left the area on foot after being told not to return to the location.

Sept. 17

Vehicle Prowl – 13500 blk 42nd Ave. W.

A caller advised that the driver’s side window on his car was broken and his wallet containing $50 and his driver’s license were taken. There are no suspects.

Unwanted Subject – 12300 blk H.P. Blvd.

A caller reported that his friend returned to the location. He did not let him inside and the subject left prior to the officers’ arrival. He was not located.

Suspicious – 11100 blk Chennault Beach Rd.

An employee at the location received a third-hand report that someone was shooting BBs onto the golf course. Officers checked the area, but did not locate anyone.

Traffic Complaint – 4600 blk H.P. Blvd.

A caller advised that juveniles in a white Acura “like vehicle” almost ran into her vehicle. The vehicle was not located.

Assist Agency –1300 blk Crownmill Ave.

The Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office requested an officer attempt to contact the registered owner of a vehicle that just took off from SCSO with a felony warrant subject. SCSO wanted to know if the registered owner knew where the vehicle was and who had the vehicle and where it was going. The vehicle, a blue Acura, was registered at the listed address on July 12. The officer contacted the resident who didn’t know the registered owner and had been living at the address for more than 20 years. SCSO was advised.

Noise – 5500 blk 87th Ct.

An officer was dispatched to the location for a complaint of loud music. The officer spoke with the neighbor, who agreed to turn down their band rehearsal.

Civil Standby – 12000 blk Greenhaven

A caller requested a civil standby as she entered her residence. She reportedly arrived home and saw her ex-husband walking in the parking lot outside her home. No orders were in place and no threats were made. Officers did not locate the ex-husband and provided the caller with information on how to request a protection order.

Suspicious – 9700 blk 50th Pl. W .

Officers were dispatched for a complaint of someone yelling for help about a half a block away. The subject was reportedly heard yelling for help and sounding very much in distress. About a minute later a subject called from the location sounding very distraught about his dog having died. There were no other problems.

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