Police Beat: 1/31 - 2/6

Feb 13, 2019

Jan. 31


The dog is loved

The Animal Control Officer had a walk in complaint about a dog possibly being neglected. The ACO and an officer made contact with the owner and the dog. The dog was well taken care of.


A lot going on here

While on patrol, an officer attempted to stop a vehicle for expired vehicle license. The female driver accelerated out of the lane she was in, crossed several lanes of travel and went south on SR 525 driving in the bike lane.  She then drove away at a high rate of speed. Officers were able to find an address associated with the registered owner and checked the location and saw the suspect vehicle parked in the driveway. Officers contacted the registered owner at the residence (not the driver). The driver was eventually located hiding in the residence after permission to search was given to officers to search the house. She was arrested and booked into the Snohomish County Jail for investigation of Eluding. Two additional subjects were arrested for outstanding warrants and other charges. 12800 block of Beverly Park Road.



Officers were dispatched to the theft of a lunchbox and other items. The suspect was described as a male in his 20s wearing gray and blue sweats. A male matching the description was contacted nearby (later ruled out as the suspect). The subject contacted had an outstanding felony warrant out for burglary. The theft suspect was not located. 11700 block of the Mukilteo Speedway.


Feb. 1


Devil’s lettuce

A caller advised of a driver in a black BMW who was smoking marijuana. The BMW was last seen southbound on Mukilteo Speedway and WSP was advised. Mukilteo Speedway and Beverly Park Road.


No violence, just racing

Dispatch advised of a 911 open line cell phone call with a male heard saying, "Ryan you hit me three times in the back." Nobody was reportedly coming to the line initially but upon callback a male confirmed he was at Traxx and was talking to a friend about go-karting. An officer contacted the subject and his companions at Traxx and confirmed there were no problems. 4400 block of Chennault Beach Road.


A whole mailbox? What?

An officer made a traffic stop on a vehicle and arrested the subject for an outstanding warrant.  Officers observed mail - and later a whole mailbox - inside the vehicle that appeared to belong to residents not too far away from Mukilteo in SCSO's jurisdiction. The case is under investigation. Possession Way and Harbour Pointe Boulevard Southwest.


Feb. 2


Vehicle theft

The caller advised their laptop was taken out of their vehicle overnight. Officers discovered that sometime overnight the caller’s locked vehicle was entered. 12100 block of Greenhaven Lane.


Neighbor dispute featuring dog

An officer was dispatched to an area check for a report of a barking dog. The caller felt that his neighbor was upset about they’d called the police previously and that the neighbor was now "antagonizing" the dog to bark on purpose. Upon arrival, the officer heard no barking dogs. The neighbor advised she was steam cleaning and her dog, a puppy, had been barking at the steamer. The neighbor stated that the upstairs caller continues calling the police while also slamming things on the floor in the early morning hours. 9400 block of 48th Avenue West.


Feb. 3


Let him walk

The caller reported seeing an unknown man wandering around the neighborhood last seen walking around his neighbor's house. An officer contacted the man at the front door of the location. The man did not speak any English. The residents were contacted and confirmed the man was a visiting family member who had just arrived Friday. The man was just out for a walk. Nothing else appeared suspicious. 5600 block of 108th Place Southwest.

Feb. 4

10 cars too many

Officers were dispatched to a non-injury collision and approximately 10 vehicles stuck trying to get up a hill. Public Works was notified and they advised they had already been down once and sanded the hill and they actually had to chain their sand trucks to get back up the hill but they advised they would head back down to sand some more. 92nd Street Southwest.



A caller reported seeing smoke "billowing from an unknown source" east of their location. There were no problems found and the smoke was likely steam coming from vents at the Boeing factory that was more visible due to the colder than usual temperatures. 80th Street Southwest and 44th Avenue West.


Feb. 5


That’s not normal

A passerby advised that a male subject was trying to sell an "antique" item to customers.  The subject was not located. An officer contacted the clerk who advised that earlier there were homeless people asking customers for money and he told them to leave and they did so without incident. 10900 block of the Mukilteo Speedway.



While on patrol, an officer located an elderly male who had slipped on some ice and hit the back of his head. He was transported to the hospital by the fire department. 11700 block of the Mukilteo Speedway.


Feb. 6


Doing my job

Officers were dispatched to check for a suspicious male seen walking in the area who was seen walking behind a neighbor's house. Officers later contacted a Terminix pest control employee who stated they were behind the house putting down a pest treatment. 5700 block of 104th Place Southwest.






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