Log of 911 calls to Mukilteo police for week of Nov. 6 | Police Beat

Nov 06, 2013

Oct. 30

Suspicious – 5700 blk 128th St. S.W.       
A caller reported seeing an ominous looking male peering over his neighbor’s fence.  The subject was in the vicinity of a utility access road and was seen taking off shoe covers. He was gone on arrival.

Burglary – 3900 blk H.P. Blvd. S.W.    
A caller reported that sometime during the past two nights an unknown actor pried his front door and stole a large leather bag containing a new in box Kindle and other items.  The case is under investigation.   

Found Property – 4600 blk Harbour Pointe Blvd.      
A caller reported a bike that was left.  An officer arrived and found that the bike had been parted out.  There was no serial number located and the employee was to dispose of it.

Follow-Up – 5900 blk St. Andrews Dr.     
A caller requested to speak to an officer regarding some vandalism. She was concerned for her parents.  She stated that there had been two other incidents earlier this year and requested extra patrols.

Traffic Hazard – 76th St. & SR-525                  
A caller reported that the school zone lights were active at 11 a.m. and that it was causing traffic to back up. An officer responded to the location and found the lights were on but there were no traffic problems.  Public Works and the school district were notified.

Disturbance –12300 H.P. Blvd.     
School staff reported having problems with a student on campus.  The student left the school and a staff member was following.  Upon arrival, the student was contacted without incident and waited until the child’s mother arrived.  The student was taken home and no one was injured.

Theft 3 –11100 blk H.P. Blvd.   
A caller reported that an employee was caught on a security camera stealing from the business.  The suspect was observed attempting to open the safe and removed money from the till. The case is under investigation.

Residential Burglary – 11100 blk 55th Ave. W.       
Officers responded to a burglary at a construction site.  A caller reported that sometime during the night unknown actors forced their way into the above address and removed about $10,000 in copper piping.  No suspect information was available. The case is  under investigation. 

Malicious Mischief – 1000 blk 10th St.                
A caller reported that his house was egged last night.  A 20 to 30-year-old man in a Mini Cooper drove by twice and egged the house on his second pass. There was no damage and the caller requests extra patrols. 

DUI – 5th St. & SR-525  
A caller reported a possible DUI driver at the above location.  The vehicle, a black Jeep, was traveling eastbound into Everett.  Everett police were notified.

Suspicious Person – 4600 blk H.P. Blvd.   
A caller reported about 20 kids in the woods possibly using drugs. Officers checked the trail behind the library and did not locate any malingering juveniles.

Suspicious Vehicle – 7700 blk 45th Pl. W.   
A caller reported a green Toyota truck parked in front of her neighbor’s home. The Toyota was gone on arrival.

Traffic Complaint – 13300 blk 47th Pl. W.
A caller was upset over vehicles not stopping at the four-way stop. He was concerned about kids getting hurt in the area.

Vehicle Recovery – SCSO           
The Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office recovered an unoccupied silver Honda reported stolen out of Mukilteo on Oct. 28.  The vehicle was impounded to Sparky’s Towing and a voicemail message was left for the owner.

Collision – Championship Cir. & Clubhouse Ln.       
Vehicle 1 pulled out in front of Vehicle 2.  There were no injuries.

Public Assist – 10500 blk 47th Pl. W.   
A caller requested that officers be on the lookout for his blue Pontiac minivan.  His son was supposed to drive it to Kamiak High School this morning but it did not appear he arrived at the school.  The caller, who lives in Everett, believes his son likely ran away and it did not appear that any foul play was suspected.  He was advised to contact Everett police.

Suspicious – 4400 blk 106th St. S.W.
A caller requested a check on a suspicious vehicle in the parking lot.  It was a subject with a Puget Sound Energy van doing some utility work.

Oct. 31

Theft – 5000 blk 81st Pl. S.W.    
Two specialized bicycles were stolen overnight. The locks were cut.

Assist Aid – 10800 blk H.P. Blvd.   
Officers were dispatched to a report of a student under the influence at Kamiak High School. It was discovered that the teen took some anti-depressants and consumed some gin last night and was having an unpleasant reaction today. He was transported by private ambulance to Providence.

Parking Complaint – 10100 blk 50th Pl. W.   
A caller reported a red Nissan was parked in the cul-de-sac for weeks. Officers contacted the registered owner, who just moved here from Utah. They agreed to move the car off the street.

Animal Complaint – 81st Pl. S.W. & SR-525   
A passerby reported a deceased animal on the street. An officer picked up a large raccoon. It was taken to PAWS for cremation.

Civil – 84th St. S.W. & SR-525       
A caller reported that the clerk at the 76 gas station would not return his change. The caller thought he was short changed $5, but had no way of verifying this. There were no threats or assaults.

Public Assist – 10500 blk 47th Pl. W.       
Officers posed with various mythical and storybook characters (aka kids in costumes) for photos.

Residential Burglary– 12400 blk Ironwood Ln.   
A caller reported that he was burgled about 15 times over the past 5-6 months. He never reported any of these burglaries and was currently getting on a plane to go to Arizona and said he only wanted extra patrols and no report. An officer encouraged the caller to come in a file a report when he returned.

Traffic Complaint – Beverly Park Rd. & SR-525   
A caller reported that the driver of a white Honda Civic got out of his vehicle and yelled at the caller. The Civic was last seen at SR-525, turning onto Harbour Pointe Boulevard S.W. An officer was already in the area and did not locate said Civic.

DUI – SR-526 & 84th St. S.W.       
SNOPAC advised that a white Ford Ranger struck a barrier and continued on toward Mukilteo. The vehicle, a 2008 Ford Ranger, is registered to a resident. The vehicle was not located in the area. SNOPAC later advised they had no probable cause to arrest the driver.

Follow Up – 10500 blk 47th Pl. W.
An officer met at length with a dissatisfied customer after she received a reckless driving ticket in the mail.

Suspicious Person – Washington Ave. & SR-525   
A passerby reported a male walking on the Speedway wearing a “Swastika” armband and holding a long stick. The officers checked for the armband wearing subject but he was not found.

Theft – 4600 blk H.P. Blvd.   
A black male in his late teens stole a tablet computer from the victim who was sitting on the bench in front of the location. The suspect fled on foot into the Big Gulch Trail area. The case is under investigation.

Vehicle Recovery – 2300 blk Washington Ave.   
A stolen 13-foot Smokercraft boat and stolen King boat trailer were recovered at the location.  The boat and trailer were reportedly stolen on Aug. 8 out of the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office.  The owner advised that the insurance company now owned the vehicles.  The boat and trailer were impounded by Shannon’s Towing.  A 20 HP Honda outboard originally stolen with the boat was not recovered.  A small gray or white pickup and two Caucasian men may be involved with the thefts.   

Found Property – 10500 blk 47th Pl. W.       
During inspection of the holding facility, an officer located drug paraphernalia inside holding facility room No. 120.  The officer entered the paraphernalia into evidence.

Two-Vehicle Collision – SR-525 & H.P. Blvd.   
Vehicle 1 crashed into the rear of Vehicle 2.  The occupants of Vehicle 2 complained of minor pain and were examined by aid, but no obvious injuries appeared to have been sustained.

Disorderly Subject – Eagles Nest Dr. & Finch St.   
An officer was dispatched to a report of a woman yelling at people about not having candy.  The woman, reportedly accompanied by two small children, was not located.

Assault 4 – 4500 blk H.P. Blvd.       
A caller reported that his neighbor threw candy and a lemon at him when he asked him to turn down the music in his apartment.  The caller was struck by the items but not injured.  The neighbor apologized to the caller and his mother was advised of the incident.

Suspicious – 13500 blk 42nd Ave. W.               
An officer was dispatched to a report of a man TP-ing houses.  Upon arrival, the officer contacted the involved parties and determined it was a neighbor pulling a Halloween prank on the complainant.  The perpetrators of the prank were cleaning up the TP when the officer arrived.

DUI – 200 blk SR-525   
Officers were dispatched to a report of a vehicle collision heard in the area with a subject possibly having run away.  Officers located a red 1998 Ford pickup run off the roadway and centered on the west side embankment.  The driver was still with the vehicle and reported that his companion had run away because he was intoxicated.  The driver initially lied about his own intoxication but later admitted he’d drank four shots of vodka about 30 minutes earlier and then drove off the road.  He was arrested for DUI and provided breath test samples of .109 and .111.  He was released to his mother after the Denney Youth Center said he did not point out for admittance.  The passenger was not located.

Nov. 1

Collision – 4700 blk H.P. Blvd.       
An officer was dispatched to the area for a two-vehicle collision. The damage was minor and both drivers said that they knew each other and would just exchange information. 

Vehicle Prowl – 13000 blk Beverly Park Rd.
A caller at the location advised that four of their company vehicles were prowled overnight.  Nothing was stolen. 

Animal Complaint – 700 blk 3rd St.       
A caller reported a black lab running in the streets. An officer caught the dog and returned her to her owner, who was out looking for it. 

Animal Complaint – 12100 blk SR-525   
An officer spoke to a motorist about having his dogs unsecured in the bed of his truck while driving down the street. 

Rape 2 – H.P. Blvd.    
A caller advised of being sexually assaulted last night at the location by a co-worker.  The victim and suspect had been out drinking at a bar and returned to the victim’s apartment.  The victim reported that she had passed out and that the suspect had intercourse with her while she was asleep. The case is under investigation.

Warrant Arrest – 11300 blk SR-525   
A caller reported a suspicious vehicle in the parking lot occupied by a black male.  Officers contacted the subject and arrested him on an outstanding misdemeanor warrant for first-degree criminal trespass.  The subject was booked on the warrant and was found to be in possession of several items that likely did not belong to him. The case is under investigation. 

Collision – 700 blk 2nd St.   
An officer was dispatched for a two vehicle collision. No one was injured. Neither vehicle was towed. 

Attempted Burglary 2 – 13000 blk Beverly Park Rd.
An employee from the location reported that sometime overnight one of their storage units had the lock damaged, but entry was not made into the unit. 

Animal Complaint – 5800 blk Central Dr.   
A neighbor reported two stray dogs running in the area.  The officer located the dogs (a sharpei and a chihuahua) and transported them to PAWS.  The dogs had no tags or microchips. 

Welfare Check – 9800 blk Harbour Pl.       
A passerby reported a white man in his 30s or 40s wearing a gray hooded sweatshirt who appeared to be on narcotics.  The man was reportedly lying down in the grass at the location and could not stand up on his own.  He was not located. 

Collision – 11700 blk SR-525
Officers were dispatched for a two vehicle collision. Minor injuries were reported. Neither vehicle was towed, and no one was transported to a hospital. 

Malicious Mischief – 4600 blk H.P. Blvd.   
An employee reported that the statue in front of the location was tagged sometime overnight.  There is no suspect information. 

Collision – Russell Rd. & SR-525   
An officer came across a three-vehicle collision while on patrol.  All three vehicles needed to be towed. No one was transported to a hospital. 

Civil – 11800 blk H.P. Blvd.   
A caller reported a golf ball hit his car while he was golfing.  He was advised to contact the golf course and his insurance company. 

Paper Service – 4500 blk H.P. Blvd.
Officers responded to the above apartment and served a subject with a temporary protection order.

Disturbance – 4900 blk 99th St. S.W.
Officers responded to the above area for a report of a disturbance in the street.  While the officers were en route, the complainant reported that the subjects left in a vehicle.  They were not located.

Disturbance – 11100 blk Chennault Beach Rd.   
Officers responded to the above location for a report of 3-4 juveniles throwing things.  The officers found no damage and the juveniles were not located.

Vehicle Prowl/Possession of Stolen Property – 8000 blk SR-525   
A caller advised his vehicle had just been prowled by three subjects and they were last seen headed southbound on foot.  The officer located three juveniles matching the description at the 7-Eleven.  One of the juveniles had the caller’s backpack in their possession as well as credit/debit cards in the name of another subject.  The juvenile admitted to prowling both subject’s vehicles.  Due to the juveniles’ extensive history, they were booked into the Denney Youth Center and charges will be referred against the other juveniles.  The arrested juvenile also had a wallet belonging to a third subject that they claimed to have found on the side of the road.  The officers are attempting to contact the third subject.

Traffic Complaint – SR-525 & SR-526   
An officer was dispatched to the above area for a report of a black Ford F-150 traveling at 125 mph.  It was not located.

Nov. 2

Lost Dog – 13100 blk 44th Ave. W.       
A caller reported his six-pound beige terrier, “Willie,” missing since last night.  Willie has no collar but is microchipped.  

Welfare Check – 600 blk Front St.       
A caller reported a windsurfer in distress in the water.  While en route, the caller advised the surfer was out of the water and did not need assistance.  Police were not needed. 

Suspicious – South Rd. & SR-525   
Originally, an officer was dispatched to the location for an audible alarm.  However, the officer discovered the business secure and determined the noise was not from an alarm, but was from the wind howling across large vents. 

Traffic Hazard – H.P. Blvd. & St. Andrews Dr.   
A passerby reported a tree across the roadway.  It was gone on arrival. 

Theft – 7900 blk SR-525   
A caller reported that all of the campaign signs from the location down to the ferry terminal have been stolen.  He claimed the high winds had nothing to do with it, because his signs could not be blown over. 

Hazard – 84th St. S.W. & SR-525       
A passerby reported a power pole’s utility box door had blown open at the location.  An officer located the box. It was about 15 feet off of the ground and had a broken hinge.  The officer contacted PUD and advised them of the situation. 

Juvenile Problem – 4900 blk 92nd St. S.W.   
A caller reported that two of the “Wildlife/Wetlands” signs had been damaged at the location.  An officer contacted a construction crew that said they had removed them temporarily and that a kid ran off with one and dropped it in the woods. 

Suspicious – 2100 blk Clover Ct.   
A passerby reported a vehicle parked in front of the location that had a broken window and “everything gone” from the interior. An officer located the car, a maroon Infinity, which did not have a broken window. It appeared that someone had been working on the car, as there were tools in a nearby yard.  There was no answer at that house and the officer left a business card. 

Agency Assist – 5000 blk 84th St. S.W.   
Marysville police requested an officer contact a subject at the location and ask if they had been driving their 1988 Honda.  The vehicle was located in a stream in about 10 feet of water.  The officer found that she no longer lives at the above address.

Agency Assist – 12300 blk H.P. Blvd.
A Tulalip officer requested an officer contact a subject at the location regarding his vehicle being involved in an accident earlier this day.  A Mukilteo officer had the subject’s wife call the Tulalip officer.

Follow Up – 12300 blk H.P. Blvd.   
A caller reported that she sold her vehicle the previous night.  She said that she was paid cash and did not have the name of the buyer.  They were scheduled to meet today to take care or transferring the title, but he did not show up.  This information was passed on to the Marysville police.

Vehicle Recovery – 10600 blk 47th Pl. W.   
While on the above call, an officer located an unoccupied stolen vehicle in the parking lot.  The officer contacted the registered owner, but he was unable to respond to pick up the vehicle.  He requested that it be left at the location and he would get it the next day.

Party Complaint – 800 blk 5th St.   
Officers responded to the above residence for a report of a loud party.  The officers found an adult Halloween party with several people gathered outside around a small bonfire.  The homeowner agreed to bring the guests inside and keep the noise level down.

Suspicious – 600 blk Front St.   
A caller reported that people associated with the a business at the location were putting balloons into the power lines and caused the power to go out twice.  The officer spoke to an employee at the location who said that a patron left with a dozen balloons and a few of them got away and went into the power lines.  PUD responded to check the lines and remove any dangling balloon remains.

Warrant Service – 3800 blk H.P. Blvd. S.W.   
While on patrol, an officer saw a woman acting suspiciously near the location. When she saw the officer she quickly went into the store then into the bathroom. The officer contacted the woman in the bathroom and she had a syringe of probable heroin in her hand.  A records check showed six active felony and misdemeanor warrants with bail exceeding $70,000.  She was booked on the warrants. Other charges will be referred to the prosecutor pending further investigation. Her personal property was released to her husband, who was staying in a nearby hotel.

Nov. 3

Vehicle Prowl – 5700 blk 108th Pl. S.W.   
A caller reported that sometime overnight her unlocked vehicle was entered and two bottles of prescription medication were stolen. There is no suspect information. 

Found Property – 8700 blk 54th Pl. W.   
A caller turned in several pieces of unopened mail that she found while on her walk.  An officer returned them to the post office. 

Malicious Mischief – 8800 blk 48th Pl. W.
A caller reported that his mailbox had damage to it. There is no suspect information. 

Vehicle Prowl – 10700 blk 57th Pl. W.   
A caller reported that sometime overnight his vehicle was prowled. Several miscellaneous items were taken, such as sunglasses and phone chargers. 

Theft – 12200 blk Championship Cir.   
A caller advised that sometime overnight his black Versus BMX bicycle was stolen.  It was entered into the computer system as stolen. There is no suspect information. 

Vehicle Prowl – 10600 blk 56th Ave. W.   
A caller advised that her vehicle was prowled sometime overnight.  Nothing was stolen, but several gift cards were left in her vehicle by the suspect. 

Burglary – 10600 blk 56th Ave. W.        
While on the above vehicle prowl, a neighbor flagged the officer down and reported that sometime overnight someone entered his unsecured garage and stole a Sears Craftsman tool box. 

Disturbance – 600 blk Front St.   
A park-goer called to report that two subjects were building too big of a fire in a fire pit and that she told them to stop.  When she did this, they confronted her and a disturbance ensued.  The Fire Department responded and determined the fire was OK, and an officer had both parties leave each other alone. 

Theft – 600 blk Front St.   
A caller reported that he lost his checkbook earlier in the day at the location and when he returned to get it, it was gone.   

Malicious Mischief – 8000 blk 40th Ave. W.   
A caller reported that several vehicles were vandalized earlier in the day.  The caller supposedly has witnesses and video of the suspects. An officer was still on scene at the time of this report. 

Traffic Complaint – H.P. Blvd. S.W. & SR-525   
An off-duty police officer reported that he was following a possible DUI.  He said that the vehicle was swerving and hit the curb a couple of times.  The officer located the vehicle and contacted the driver.  He was not intoxicated, but might have been affected by a medical condition.  The officer will refer him to the Department of Licensing for possible retesting.

Vehicle Theft    – 600 blk Front St.   
A caller advised that he lost his keys while at the location.  He said that he went home to get a spare and when he returned to the park his 2001 primer gray Toyota Tacoma was gone.  It was entered into the computer system as stolen. He requests impound when located.

Suspicious – 4900 blk 81st Pl. S.W.    
A caller reported that yesterday a male who looked like he had been beat up arranged some small rocks in a circle with a cross in the center.  An officer saw that the dirt was not dug up. Nothing else about it appeared to be suspicious.

Animal Complaint – 6100 blk Bayview Dr.   
A caller reported that his “miniature Husky dog” (an Alaskan klee kai) named “Tui” was missing since about 5 p.m. 

Warrant Service – 700 blk Front St.   
The clerk at the location reported two males were walking around the hotel claiming they were out of money and looking for a ride home to Mt. Vernon.  An officer located the subjects near the entrance to the park.  One of the subjects had active warrants out of Marysville for minor in possession and trespassing.  The officer transported him to Everett where he was transferred to the custody of a Marysville officer.  His backpack was booked into evidence for safekeeping.

Burglary/Vehicle Prowl – 7800 blk 44th Ave. W.   
An employee at the location reported that sometime on Nov. 2 an unknown actor cut the lock off the gate then cut the padlocks on the doors to one of the delivery trucks.  Miscellaneous food items were missing.

Theft 3 – 11700 blk SR-525
Officers responded to the location for a shoplift that just occurred.  The manager reported that a woman put a bottle of liquor in her bag then left the store.  The officers contacted the woman outside of a nearby hotel.  She admitted to taking a 1.75 liter of whiskey and about $55 in other incidentals. She was cited and released for third-degree theft. (The Snohomish County Jail is not accepting non-mandatory misdemeanor bookings until further notice.)

Nov. 4

Theft – 9600 blk Harbour Pl.
An officer responded to the location for a theft report. It was determined that 12 brass caps for the fire suppression system had been taken from the stairwells.  The theft occurred between 10 a.m. on Nov. 3 and 10 a.m. on Nov. 4. 

Traffic Complaint – 5000 blk Graham Way
An officer responded to the above address for a traffic complaint. It was determined that a neighbor was not looking while backing out of the driveway and almost struck the caller the previous night.  The officer contacted the neighbor, and he stated that it was dark and verified the incident.

Theft – 1100 blk 8thDr.
An officer responded to the police station to take a theft report that had occurred at the above location.  No other details were available at press time.

Assault – 3900 blk H.P. Blvd. S.W.
Officers responded to an assault that had just occurred at the above location. It was determined that the caller had been assaulted by another female.  The suspect had fled the scene and was located in a nearby parking lot.  The case will be forwarded to the prosecutor for charging, as the caller was uncooperative and the Snohomish County Jail was only accepting mandatory bookings.  Officers stood by while the caller collected her belongings and was then provided a courtesy transport to 148th Street and Highway 99.  The female suspect was checked out of the room and was advised she is not welcome back at the location.

Found Property – 3900 blk H.P. Blvd. S.W.
While on the above assault call, officers were contacted by an employee of a nearby business and advised that there were several bags hidden in the bushes between Extended Stay America and Chase Bank. The officers collected the bags and booked them into the evidence room as found property.

Animal Complaint – 13000 blk Beverly Park Rd.
An officer was dispatched to a report of two dogs loose in the above area.  Upon arrival, the officer located a male and female husky and transported them both to PAWS.

Theft – 500 blk 3rd St.
An officer responded to the above location for a report of a stolen boat trailer license plate.

Traffic Hazard – 40th Ave. W. & SR-526
An officer responded to the above area for a report of a broken traffic light.  Upon arrival, it was determined to be in Everett and WSDOT was advised of the damaged light.

Animal Complaint – 12300 blk H.P. Blvd.
An officer responded to the above location for a report of a rabbit in a cage and a kitten in a carrier on the front porch.  The kitten reportedly had spilled water on itself and the caller thought it would freeze. The officer determined that the animals had only been on the porch an hour, along with other belongings, and it appeared the resident was in the process of moving out. The caller was advised to call back if the animals were still there later in the night.

Fraud – 12600 blk 52nd Pl. W.
An officer was dispatched to the police station for a walk-in check fraud report. It was determined that the crime had occurred in un-incorporated Snohomish County, and the reporting party was referred to the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office.

Trespass – 900 blk 1st St.
An officer was dispatched to a report of subjects on the train tracks. The officer was still en-route at press time.

Nov. 5

Collision – 6th St. & SR-525
An officer was dispatched to a two-vehicle collision at the above location. There were no injuries reported. It was determined that Vehicle 1 merged into Vehicle 2, causing the collision. The driver of Vehicle 1 was cited for failure to yield the right of way.

Theft – 70th St. S.W. & Goat Trail Rd.
An officer was dispatched to the above location for a theft report. It was determined that electrical wiring and copper pipe were removed from two homes under construction. 

Civil – 8800 blk 53rd Ave. W.
Officers responded to a civil complaint at the location.  The caller advised that their neighbor has trash in their yard, and the wind blows it into the caller’s yard. The officers attempted contact at the offending neighbor’s residence, but no one was home.

Patrol Information – Beverly Park Rd. & Picnic Point Rd.
Bothell policeadvised that a red Chevrolet Aveo failed to yield and was possibly driven by a subject with warrants.  Bothell police were no longer following. 

Juvenile Problem/Involuntary Commitment –12300 blk H.P. Blvd.
Officers responded to the location for a student leaving campus. It was determined that a child had been picked up by his mother and then jumped out of the vehicle in traffic.  The child was finally detained and taken back into school.  The child was out of control, attempting to break windows and run away.  The child was transported by aid to the hospital for a mental evaluation.

Found Child – 5500 blk H.P. Blvd.
An officer was dispatched to a report of a found child at the above location.  Prior to arrival, the mother was found and everyone left the scene.

DWLS 3 – SR-525 & 84th St. S.W.   
While investigating a collision, it was determined that one of the drivers was driving with a suspended license.  She was cited for the violation and issued an infraction for no insurance.

Suspicious – 1100 blk 2nd St.   
Officers responded to check the above residence after a caller reported seeing subjects leaving in a vehicle after being on the back deck.  Upon officer arrival, a cellar door and slider door were found opened and unsecured.  The officers checked the residence and found nothing disturbed.  It appeared that the subjects had been at the location to check on a cat while the homeowner was away. 

Juvenile Problem – 11100 blk Chennault Beach Rd.   
An officer checked the area for a group of juveniles possibly smoking marijuana.  They  were not located.

Animal Complaint – 400 blk 4th St.   
An officer contacted a complainant via telephone about a barking dog.  Contact was made with the dog owner via telephone and arrangements were made for a neighbor to let the dog inside.

Suspicious – 5500 blk 107th St. S.W.   
A homeowner called 911 to report she heard a noise outside before her dog ran to the front door and barked.  Officers checked the perimeter of the residence and did not find anyone or anything suspicious.

Noise – 7700 blk 46th Pl. W.   
Officers contacted the complainant who advised she was having ongoing issues with her neighbor at the above address. She reported he was routinely violating construction codes and that she was going to report him to the county. An officer contacted the neighbor, who agreed to stop working in his back yard.

Suspicious – 4900 blk 90th Pl. S.W.   
A caller advised that a group of subjects were outside on the street smoking marijuana.  The subjects left in a white SUV.  The vehicle was not located.

Theft – 11700 blk SR-525   
An officer responded to the location and learned that a set of store keys had been stolen.  There was video footage of the suspect and theft, but officers did not recognize the subject.

Follow-Up/Agency Assist – Mountlake Terrace               
After completing a follow-up at the location, an officer remained on scene to assist Mountlake Terrace officers with the apprehension of a known felony subject at the location. The subject was believed to have been involved with a home invasion robbery in Lynnwood.

Comments (0)
If you wish to comment, please login.