Police Beat: 12/26 - 1/2

Jan 09, 2019

Dec. 26



A subject had questions about a purchase. An officer provided her with options for addressing the matter. 11700 block of the Mukilteo Speedway.


Amazon Prime

The reporting party (a package delivery driver) called because a female subject was upset because he was blocking the roadway momentarily while delivering a package. No threats were made and the female driver left in her vehicle. Northport Drive and Possession Way.


Ever heard of indoor voices?

Officers were dispatched to a disturbance. It was determined to be a group of friends talking loudly. 11600 block of Hartford Way.


Dec. 27



An officer was dispatched to an alarm. Upon arrival, it was determined that the trip was accidental. 8200 block of 44th Avenue West.


Not you? Rats

While on patrol, an officer located a vehicle matching the description of a suspect vehicle from a hit and run. Upon further investigation it was determined not to be the vehicle. 8200 block of the Mukilteo Speedway.


Friendship probs

A passerby reported a possible disturbance involving a male and female. Officers contacted the subjects and determined they were friends who had been arguing. 11000 block of the Mukilteo Speedway.


Dec. 28


Will they cost $30 next time?

An officer left parking warning for vehicle with expired tabs. 1200 block of 1st Street.


Can’t quite remember

Upon arriving home, the reporting party found their front door open. Officers checked and did not find anyone inside. There were no signs of forced entry or anything else suspicious. The reporting party stated they might have left their door unlocked. 5400 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard.


Dec. 29


You too?

Officers responded for an alarm. Upon arrival, the front door was found unlocked. The officers checked the area and did not locate anyone inside or anything suspicious. 9700 block of Harbour Place.


Vehicle prowl

The reporting party requested a phone call regarding a theft from a vehicle at the location.  The officer contacted the reporting party and determined that their vehicle had been prowled. 4500 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard.


On to Everett

Officers checked for and located a male subject who had been loitering and acting erratic.  The subject decided to walk to Everett and declined a transport from the officers. 600 block of Front Street.

Dec. 30


Deadliest Catch

An officer was dispatched to an area check for subjects crabbing. The caller was worried that crabbing may be closed. The officer contacted the reporting party and advised him that crabbing was currently open and there was no violation. 700 block of Front Street.


Welfare check

Officers checked for and located a male that minor injuries. The male denied being assaulted, declined aid, and stated he did not need police assistance. 700 block of Front Street.


Dec. 31



Officers were dispatched to assist the fire department with two subjects. Both subjects stated they had been sleeping. Neither appeared to be under the influence of any substances. There were no further problems. 11700 block of the Mukilteo Speedway.


What happens in Vegas…

The caller had questions regarding a vehicle theft that had occurred in Las Vegas. The officer answered the questions.

Shut it down

The caller reported an authorized party was now out of hand. The caller requested that officers assist in ending the party. Officers responded and helped to end a very large party. 6500 block of Saint Andrews Drive.


Jan. 1


You dang kids

The reporting party called because the neighbor's child was playing an instrument too loud. Nothing was heard in the area and the caller did not answer the phone when the officer tried to call back. 9300 block of 62nd Place West.


Jan. 2


Mail thief

The caller reported someone had pried open their locked mailbox. There was no mail when they arrived home so they do not know exactly what was missing. 10300 block of 66th Place West.


Get outta here

An officer checked on a report of an abandoned vehicle with someone possibly living in it. The officer contacted the subject. They left without incident. Possession Way and Harbour Reach Drive.

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