Police Beat: 3/9 - 3/14

Mar 27, 2019

March 9


Lost my keys

Officers were dispatched for a male acting suspiciously. Officers contacted the male who advised he had lost his car keys and was trying to find them. 11100 block of Chennault Beach Road.

Just kidding

An officer was dispatched for a theft report. A short time later the reporting party called back and advised they found the missing item and requested the officer cancel. 2600 block of the Mukilteo Speedway.

Leash laws

The caller advised there were several people in the park with two dogs running loose off leash. The officer contacted the subjects who stated they were unaware of the leash law and immediately placed their leashes on the dogs. 4900 block of 92nd Street Southwest.


March 10

You darn pigeons

A caller reported hearing suspicious noises. Officers responded and determined pigeons were responsible for the strange noises. 600 block of Front Street.


DUI crash

Officers responded along with the fire department for a report of one vehicle collision.  Officers contacted the driver who was not injured, but appeared highly intoxicated. The male was ultimately arrested for DUI, booked into jail and the vehicle was towed. 6000 block of Bayview Drive.

More key talk

The caller found a set of car keys that appeared to belong to a vehicle. The owner was located and the keys were returned. 92nd Street Southwest and the Mukilteo Speedway.


March 11


Taggers out and about

The officer investigated a report of graffiti. The officer reported the graffiti matched the what was discovered over the weekend. Officers also later located more graffiti nearby that also appeared to be related. 5000 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard.

My mail!

The caller advised a large semi-truck hit the mailboxes and fled. Officers were able to speak with the trucking company who said they will pay for any damages. Both parties were put in touch with each other to work out repair costs. 12100 block of the Mukilteo Speedway.


Panic button?

The caller reported their car alarm went off. There was no evidence of tampering or access to the vehicle. Officers checked the area and nothing suspicious was located. 5000 block of 81st Place Southwest.

March 12



While on patrol, officers located a suspicious vehicle. The driver had an active warrant for his arrest and was ultimately booked into jail. 11700 block of the Mukilteo Speedway.


Rocky relationship

Officers were dispatched to a disturbance. Officers contacted a male and female who stated they had been arguing but no evidence of any crime was found. The parties agreed to separate for the rest of the night. No further problems. 11100 block of Chennault Beach Road.

March 13


Vehicle search?

The officer contacted a suspicious subject. The subject advised his friend's vehicle had been impounded and he was looking for it. Subject left the area on foot without identifying himself. 10500 block of 47th Place West.


Come on Elizabeth

The reporting party received a call from their own number with a female on the line who said her name was Elizabeth. The reporting party did not provide any personal information and was referred to the Attorney General’s office to report the scam phone call.


Watch out electeds

While on patrol, an officer observed a male subject walking his dog off leash past the posted restricted area and no trespassing signs near the railroad tracks. The male was advised he was in a restricted area and his dog needed to be on a leash. The male advised he had been walking the same area for years, was upset about the contact and advised he would be complaining to the Mayor and City Council. Two other subjects were also contacted and warned. 1300 block of Mukilteo Boulevard.

March 14



Officers were dispatched to a disturbance. Upon arrival, officers determined there had been a physical altercation between two females. One female subject was booked into the jail for assault. 11100 block of Chennault Beach Road.


Relationship issues

An officer responded to a disturbance involving a male and female. The two had been arguing over relationship issues. Officers determined there had been no assault and stood by as the male left for the night. No other problems. 900 block of 3rd Street.


Must have been fun to watch

An officer assisted with, and ultimately called a tow truck for, a large semi with trailer that became high-centered twice. The truck was eventually able to drive out of the area with the assistance of a towing company after an extensive period of time. Loveland Avenue and 10th Street.





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