Police Beat: 12/17-12/23

Dec 27, 2017

Dec. 17

 

Abandoned vehicle

The caller advised that a vehicle had been parked in front of his residence abandoned for over a month. The vehicle was registered to a neighbor. The officer advised it had a dead battery and he would get it started and move it. The officer chalked the car and issued a warning. 13500 block of 42nd Avenue West.

 

Helping hand

An officer checked for injuries on a collision in the city of Everett. There were no injuries and the officer stood by until Everett Police Department arrived on scene. No further assistance from Mukilteo Police Department was needed. Eastbound State Route 526 near Boeing.

 

Social media probs

Officers were dispatched to a verbal domestic dispute between the reporting party and her brother. He was upset over a photo posted on social media. 9300 block of 62nd Place West.

 

Dec. 18

 

Are you in good hands?

A caller reported that on the night of Dec. 16, an unknown subject slashed a tire on his vehicle. He had already replaced the tire and just wanted the incident documented for insurance purposes. 4400 block of 75th Street Southwest.

 

Welfare check

The caller advised that her estranged husband was making suicidal comments via text. She said he was homeless living out of his car and last reported he was at work.  He was transported to the hospital for a mental health assessment. 13100 block of Beverly Park Road.

 

Elaborate car theft

A towing company called about a suspicious grey Ford. The vehicle had two plates on it that did not belong to it. Officers discovered that the vehicle was stolen months ago from Bayside Auto in Everett but the dealer was not aware. The plates on the vehicle were also not reported stolen. The vehicle was returned to the dealership and the plates were collected. 4800 block of Hidden Forest Drive.

 

Caught on camera

The caller reported a trailer was stolen from the location on Dec. 17 at about 1 a.m. Suspect vehicle was a large 1980's white Ford pickup with possible racks on the back. Two suspects were seen as well on the surveillance camera. The trailer was entered as stolen. 11900 block of Cyrus Way.

 

Maybe a ghost?

Officers responded to an alarm at a residence. Upon arrival, it was determined that the back yard was inaccessible and the front entry was locked and secured. There was no answer at the door and no sign of a break in. 5500 107th Street Southwest.

 

Parents, am I right?

The reporting party advised that there was a juvenile male walking up and down the street talking on his cell phone. Officers contacted the juvenile and determined that he was there to visit a friend and the friend's parents did not want to let him in. Officers provided the juvenile a courtesy transport to his home. 5000 block of Graham Way.

 

Dec. 19

 

Litterbug

An officer stopped a vehicle for trash that was unsecured and falling off of the vehicle. The driver stated it was a company truck and that they make dump loads daily. He was able to further secure the load and was warned for the violation. 12100 block of the Mukilteo Speedway.

 

Leave no evidence behind

The caller reported two vehicles were broken into overnight (windows broken) and a third vehicle had a broken window, but was not entered. The suspect was likely scared off by one of the vehicle car alarms that went off at about 4 a.m. A backpack containing a phone (likely the suspects phone) and a stolen stereo (from one of the vehicles at the scene) was left behind. This is currently under investigation. 13300 Harbour Heights Drive.

 

Grocery theft

The caller reported two males took a cart load of groceries and left without paying. They left southbound on SR525. Officers checked the area for the vehicle but did not locate it. The case is under investigation. 11700 block of the Mukilteo Speedway.

 

Eager McBeaver

The reporting party called to report a theft of packages. Upon arrival, it was determined that the packages had not been delivered yet. Amazon confirmed that they were scheduled to be delivered tomorrow. 5900 103rd Place Southwest.

 

Neighbor feud

The reporting party stated she had an ongoing problem with the neighbors being noisy.  The neighbors were not currently making noise.  The Officers explained the noise ordinance and the reporting party said that she would call 911 if the noise starts up again. 5300 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard.

 

Pestering people

A subject was reportedly bothering people. Officers contacted the male and he stated he did not want to speak with them and was leaving. The male left without any further problems. 11700 block of the Mukilteo Speedway.

 

Dec. 20

 

Sneaky newspaper

Officers were dispatched to city hall for a silent hold up alarm. Upon arrival the building was secure. No one was inside and no problems were located. There was a newspaper outside the front doors that could have tripped the alarm. 11900 block of Cyrus Way.

 

Slippery little guy

Officer was dispatched to the area for a report of a small white dog running loose.  The officer observed the dog but was unable to catch it.  The officer spoke with several subjects in the area who knew the dog and it's owner and would try to get a hold of the owner and let them know. Cyrus Way and Harbour Pointe Boulevard Southwest.

 

Just doing my job

The officer was dispatched to an area check for a male wearing suspenders and carrying a lantern staggering around near the train tracks. The subject was a BNSF employee inspecting the train. The subject was not intoxicated. 600 block of Front Street.

 

Go Speed Racer

The officer was dispatched to an area check for two "racer style" vehicles that were speeding through the area. Both vehicles were gone on arrival. 11700 block of the Mukilteo Speedway.

 

Stay safe out there

A driver lost control and his truck slid off the roadway, striking a tree. The driver, who was the only occupant, was uninjured. 10800 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard.

 

Dec. 21

 

Can’t hide!

Detectives arrested a subject in Sultan as a result of one of their investigations.  He was booked into the Snohomish County Jail.

 

Nighty night

Officers responded to Lighthouse park at the request of Mukilteo Fire Department to assist with a slumper in the parking lot. While en-route, the fire department advised that the police department could cancel, the subject was sleeping and there were no issues. 600 block of Front Street.

 

That’s blasphemous

The caller reported that a nativity scene in his yard had been toppled over and part of it was missing. He advised that his neighbor had video surveillance cameras that may have captured the theft. Under investigation. 5700 block of 95th Place Southwest.

 

Fireworks

A caller reported seeing a subject walk through the neighborhood followed by a possible gunshot or fireworks. It was determined that some type of firework had likely been set off a block away. There were no reports of damage or other problems.            1000 block of 18th Court.

 

Darn kids

Officers checked on a report of several teens being loud and running in and out of a motorhome parked in the driveway of the residence. The homeowner was contacted and he advised he was ending a party that had become larger than expected. 10400 block of Marine View Drove.

 

Dec. 22

 

Burglary

An officer responded to a cold burglary report. Upon arrival, it was determined that sometime between 10 a.m. and 6:40 p.m. someone pried into the back rear window of the house and took between $3,000 and $5,000 in jewelry and cameras. Two pry tools and a set of Beats headphones that did not belong to the reporting party were collected as evidence.  Case under investigation.            10400 block of 51st Place West.

 

Don’t cry over spilt gas

The reporting party was upset that he spilled gasoline on the ground and the clerk would not refund money for the gas that he did not receive. The reporting party left the scene prior to officer arrival and did not answer the phone when called. A voicemail was left.

Chennault Beach Road.

 

Dec. 23

 

Reckless driving

Officers stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation. The driver was driving with a suspended license and had a warrant out of Mukilteo for reckless driving. The warrant was confirmed and he was transported and booked on the warrant. His in-laws responded to the scene and took custody of his two children and his vehicle. Intersection of Possession Way and Northport Drive.

 

Barking dog

The reporting party advised of a barking dog. Officers checked the area, but could not find the barking dog. The reporting party did not answer their phone for more information. 9200 block of 50th Place West.

 

Love thy neighbor

The caller advised their neighbor's garage door was open and the door leading to the residence was also open. Officers checked the home and did not find anything suspicious.  Officers secured the home upon leaving. The homeowner later called and advised they probably forgot to close the garage. 8900 block of 45th Place West.

 

Slick roadways

The caller advised they heard a loud "bang" and a male yelling for help.  Officers located a vehicle in the ditch at the location. The driver advised he was trying to find the ferry when he hit some black ice on the roadway and lost control of his vehicle. He was uninjured and not impaired. Officer put salt on the roadway to help with the ice. Intersection of 84th Street Southwest and 53rd Avenue West.

 

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