Police Beat: 3/29 - 4/4

Apr 10, 2019

March 29


Drone theft

The caller advised of a theft. Officers spoke with the caller who is a photographer. The caller stated that on 3/23 he had been at Lighthouse Park to take photos and drone footage. The caller said he took his drone, a gray Mavic Pro, out of the bag, but then did not fly it when he learned that the rules had changed and that drones could no longer be flown at Lighthouse Park. The caller said he then used his camera to take photos approximately 15-20 feet away, and when he came back for the drone, he found that it had been stolen.  The caller said he did not see anyone with it and had no suspect information. Total loss is $1,500. 600 block of Front Street.


Use the pits

A caller reported that a group of older juveniles had started a campfire on the beach. The officer contacted the group and they agreed to extinguish the fire and use the approved fire pits. 600 block of Front Street.


It’s fun to stay at the YMCA (after hours)

The officer located an alarm at the YMCA and checked the building. It appeared to be secure. After hours maintenance was contacted to turn off the alarm. 10600 block of 47th Place West.

March 30


Safe and sound

The reporting party advised that a dementia patient had walked away from the location and they were possibly headed to Everett. Officers located the subject, who was transported back to her residence. 8900 block of 44th Avenue West.


At the car wash

The caller advised of loud music at the location coming from a vehicle that two subjects were working on in the driveway. Officers contacted residents who confirmed their friend had been there washing his vehicle with the music playing. The subject and vehicle had left the area and there was no longer loud music playing. Residents agreed to keep the music quieter in the future. 8200 block of the Mukilteo Speedway.


Fight at TRAXX

Officers were dispatched to a report of a fight in progress. Officers arrived on scene and contacted a large group that was celebrating a birthday. Two of the guests got angry at one another after racing go-karts and had a verbal argument. Both subjects confirmed that nothing physical occurred and there were no crimes. The subjects left at the request of the business owner. 4300 block of Chennault Beach Road.


March 31


Just in case

The officer called and spoke to the reporting party who said there is a white male subject who occasionally walks the gulch trails that has tattoos on his face and arms. No suspicious behavior but the reporting party wanted officers to be aware in case we were looking for someone who matches that description. 1300 block of Mukilteo Boulevard.


Dispatch advised of a suspicious red Suburban in the parking lot near the Y building.  The reporting party believed the subjects were "druggies" and acting suspiciously. While en route, the reporting party advised the vehicle was leaving towards Mukilteo Speedway. Officers checked the area for the vehicle but it was not located. An officer contacted the reporting party and hw advised that he did not observe any drug activity but believed they were "druggies" based on their appearance and clothing. 12300 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard.


Domestic violence

The victim reported that she was slapped in the face by her husband during an argument. Officers determined that the male was upset that his wife was not studying enough for school. They began arguing and the argument became physical. The male was arrested and booked into the Snohomish County Jail. 12300 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard.


April 1



An officer was dispatched to call the reporting party in regards to questions about smoking marijuana in public. The officer answered the reporting party's questions and the reporting party advised that someone was smoking marijuana earlier on the beach. The officer responded and did not observe any violations. 600 block of Front Street.



Reporting party reported a burglary that occurred while they were on vacation. 2300 block of Washington Avenue.


April 2

The Mask

An officer was dispatched to an area check for a white male walking through the parking lot while wearing a face mask ten minutes earlier. The subject was not located. 11100 block of Chennault Beach Road.


April 3


Vehicle prowl

Officers responded to a cold vehicle prowl. The victim reported that her vehicle was left unlocked and had been prowled. The reporting party told officers that the only item taken was her wallet that contained identifying documents. Officers confirmed her Identity and then returned to her the items that were turned in to the PD as found property. 4400 block of 85th Place Southwest.


Not cool

While conducting the above school zone emphasis by Kamiak, an officer observed a black Audi speeding through the school zone. The officer stopped the vehicle for speeding. The driver showed signs of impairment but denied consuming any alcohol prior to driving. The driver agreed to submit to voluntary Standardized Field Sobriety Test and was ultimately arrested for DUI. 4500 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard.


April 4


Is it a junker?

Officers were dispatched to contact the reporting party as he was requesting his vehicle be signed off as a junk vehicle so he could have it removed from his property. The reporting party said it belonged to an old acquaintance who is now deceased. Officers looked at vehicle and determined it did not meet the requirements for a junk vehicle.  Officers provided the reporting party with possible solutions so he could register vehicle in his name and sell it and/or have it towed away by a tow company. 1100 block of 2nd Street.


The bus driver took it

Officers were dispatched to contact the reporting party at Mukilteo PD lobby for a theft report. Officers met with the reporting party who said that he inadvertently left a package at the bus stop outside his residence and when he returned it was gone. While speaking with the reporting party, he received a phone call stating that a transit worker had grabbed his package for safekeeping and brought it to the Lynnwood transit station for pick up. No crime. 4500 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard.


Need an HVAC technician

An officer responded to assist an elderly homeowner who kept hearing "booming noises" and feeling brief shaking coming from under her house. The officer determined that the noise and the shaking was likely caused by an air system and advised the reporting party to contact an HVAC technician. 4900 block of 131st Street Southwest.


Not our Diamond Knot

Officers were initially dispatched to Diamond Knot for a DUI complaint. The reporting party had later called back and advised that the DUI driver did not leave the scene but returned inside the restaurant and was causing a disturbance. Officers arrived on scene but did not find any problems at the location. An officer called the RP and determined that the incident was occurring at the Diamond Knot in Mountlake Terrace. Mountlake Terrace PD was advised.


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