Police Beat: 4/18 - 4/25

May 01, 2019

April 18

 

Brake check

The officer was dispatched to an area check for a recklessly driven white BMW last seen headed southbound. The officer spoke with the registered owner of the vehicle via phone and he confirmed that he had been involved in a road rage incident with the reporting party (RP) after the RP had been "brake checking" him. No crime appeared to have occurred. The officer spoke with both drivers about being more courteous to other drivers and warned them both about the dangers of engaging in such road rage behavior. Chennault Beach Road and the Mukilteo Speedway.

 

Shots fired

Officers assisted SCSO in their attempt to locate an assault suspect who fired a gunshot into the victim's vehicle at the Royal Casino.  Neither the vehicle nor the suspect were located. Highway 99 and Manor Way.

 

April 19

 

All by myself

Officers responded for a report of a male screaming and yelling inside the above unit for the last 45 minutes. Officers arrived and only heard one male voice speaking loudly inside the unit. Officers contacted an adult male who was either arguing with someone on the phone or talking to himself. No one else was in the unit besides him. He agreed to quiet down. 12300 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard.

 

Stupid terminal

The bank manager at Bank of America reported several occupied vehicles parked in the fire lane in the parking lot. The manager wanted them to leave. The officer contacted the drivers and determined they were Uber and Lyft drivers and that was their "designated" wait lot for Paine Field Airport. They were informed the parking lot was owned by Bank of America and the bank did not want them parked there. They left when requested. The manager advised they are in the process of placing no trespassing signs at the location. 3800 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard Southwest.

 

Meant to call 912

Dispatch advised of a hang-up call from a park. It was determined to be a misdial. 4900 block of 92nd Street Southwest.


Domestic violence

The reporting party reported that her intoxicated husband assaulted her. Suspect claimed that his wife bit him when he simply attempted to give her a hug, so he pushed her away.  The suspect was arrested and booked into the Snohomish County Jail. 12400 block of 61st Avenue West.

 

April 20

 

What is this, Mario Kart?

The reporting party (RP) advised that he was being followed by another driver in what appeared to be a road rage incident. As officers were trying to locate the RP he advised the vehicle stopped following him at Beverly Park Rd and 148th Street Southwest (Unincorporated Snohomish County). The other driver had been throwing cups at the RP's vehicle and stopping and yelling at the RP. The officer called the RP and confirmed the incidents happened in Unincorporated Snohomish County and the other vehicle was no longer following him. He was advised to call back if he had any further problems.

 

Don’t drive drunk

Staff at The Mukilteo Lodge reported that they were holding onto the keys of a customer that they did not want driving home tonight. They had reportedly arranged for an Uber to picker her up but she had declined the offer. Officers were eventually able to arrange for the somewhat uncooperative female to get a ride home in another Uber. 7900 block of the Mukilteo Speedway.

 

April 21


False alarm

The officer responded to an alarm. The alarm was activated inadvertently by the homeowner. 5500 block of 112th Place Southwest.

 

Bye son

The caller had questions about how to evict her son from the residence. The officer answered her questions. 7000 block of 44th Place West.

 

April 22


I know it was you

Officers were dispatched to a possible malicious mischief report. Officers met with the reporting party (RP) who said that she lives in a condo and her next door neighbor keeps walking through her front entry way to get to the parking lot. The RP has a few chairs and planted pots on the ground which the RP said the neighbor keeps moving as she walks through. The RP said her chairs now wobble and they did not used to do that. The RP has no video evidence that it was actually her neighbor, but just suspects it. No crimes committed. Officer provided the RP with possible solutions to her problem. 5400 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard.

 

April 23

 

Tool theft

The RP advised of a possible theft of a trailer along with lots of tools.  Officers spoke with the RP who said they were actually missing tools and not a trailer.  The theft occurred between 01-19-19 and 01-20-19.  No suspects at this time, but over $1,000 in tools were taken. 11900 block of Cyrus Way.

 

April 24


Warrant arrest

While on patrol, an officer located a subject with several outstanding warrants. The warrants were confirmed and he was transported and booked into the Snohomish County Jail without incident. 11700 block of the Mukilteo Speedway.


I want that book!

The reporting party called to report a female and a male had been verbal and possibly physical with each other at the library approximately 30 minutes earlier. Officer checked the area and the subjects were not found. 11800 block of 59th Avenue West.


April 25

 

Off you go

Officers responded to City Hall for an irate male in the lobby. 11900 block of Cyrus Way.


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Officers were dispatched to a priority assault that had just occurred at the location. The victim fled in a vehicle and met an officer on Goat Trail Road. The victim reported that an adult male had assaulted her. Officers arrived at the 3rd Street address. The subject refused to come outside. He then burst out the front door, yelled at officers and retreated back inside. A command post was established and North Sound Metro SWAT Personnel responded. The male subject was eventually taken into custody and booked in the Snohomish County Jail for Assault 2nd Degree - Domestic Violence. 900 block of 3rd Street.

 

 

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