Police Beat: 4/26 - 4/30

May 08, 2019

April 26


Way out there

A Michigan PD requested a phone call in regards to an abandoned van with Washington plates. It was determined the van belonged to a business that no longer existed in Mukilteo. Michigan PD advised the van has apparently been at an apartment complex in their jurisdiction for three years. The van was not listed a stolen.

A few too many

The reporting party (RP) called 911 to advise he was dying and he needed help.  While en route to the call, a second caller called to say the subject was not dying, he was just highly intoxicated. Officers contacted the subject who was highly intoxicated and he was transported to the hospital by aid for a medical evaluation. 1500 block of Lumley Avenue.

Damaged goods

The reporting party advised of a musical instrument case across the street from the location. Officers located a guitar case with a damaged guitar inside. The case and guitar appeared to be garbage. 12300 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard.


Interesting …

Officers were dispatched to a theft priority/possible robbery. The reporting party (RP) was uncooperative with dispatchers and it was apparent the RP was high on meth upon contact with officers. The RP had no injuries and Officer's were unable to verify his story in any way. Once Officers explained the situation, the RP said, "okay I’ll just leave, it’s OK." It is likely that no crime occurred. 11800 block of the Mukilteo Speedway.


Domestic violence

Officers were dispatched to a 911 hang-up call with a male heard saying that a female was repeatedly kicking him in the face. The male reportedly didn't know the address and the line disconnected. Investigation revealed the call had likely come from the below location and officers contacted a female at the residence. She confirmed that she and her boyfriend had gotten into a physical altercation and that he had since departed and was likely en route his parents' home in Everett. An officer spoke with the male via phone but he refused to return to the location. Officers developed probable cause to arrest the man for DV Assault 4 and Interfering with DV Reporting. Everett PD apprehended the man a short time later and turned him over to the custody of a Mukilteo PD officer who booked him on the mentioned charges. 12300 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard.


April 27

Warrant arrest

While patrol, officers located a suspicious Dodge Dakota at the location with its doors open. Two females were associated with the Dodge and both had warrants for their arrest.  Officers contacted both subjects.  One of the subjects warrants was non-extraditable and the other was declined. The other subjects felony warrant was non-extraditable, but she was arrested on her Mukilteo warrant for driving with a suspended license. She was booked into Snohomish County jail. 3900 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard Southwest.


Mother Goose

The reporting party (RP) was upset that a neighbor was allowing a pair of geese to nest and hatch their eggs on her balcony. The RP advised that the HOA was reportedly fining the tenant, but the RP was upset that the geese were still there and wanted the geese to moved. The Animal Control Officer advised the RP that the geese would not be removed unless the neighbor requested assistance. 12300 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard.


Dang kids

Officers were dispatched to a report of some juveniles throwing rocks and breaking the windows in an old school bus parked near the railroad tracks. Officers arrived to find a large number of juveniles in the general area but were unable to identify the two responsible for damaging the bus. The owner of the bus was eventually contacted and the incident is being documented. 600 block of Front Street.


April 28

False alarm

The reporting party (RP) advised their neighbor's alarm was going off and the front door was open. The RP also stated there was a McDonald's bag outside too. Officers spoke with subject at the residence. He stated he ordered UberEats and when he opened the door his dog ran away so he chased it instead of turning off the alarm first. False alarm. 12600 block of 61st Avenue West.


Drug bust

While on patrol officers located a suspicious vehicle parked at the location. Two subjects were associated with the Mercury and both had active warrants for their arrest. Officers were able to contact on subject in his room and he was arrested for a felony warrant for Dangerous Drugs. The other subject was not at the location but she has a warrant for Criminal Trespass 1. 3900 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard Southwest.


Party at Rosehill!

The Park Ranger spoke with staff at the Rosehill Community Center about loud music coming from a function at the location. The DJ playing music agreed to turn down the music and the staff agreed to monitor guests who were propping doors open resulting in the increased noise level. 300 block of Lincoln Avenue.



April 29


The manager at On the Green reported five more fire extinguishers stolen overnight.  All five were located in the woods around the golf course and all were empty.  This is an ongoing problem according to management.

Everything’s cool

A caller reported that a loud moving truck had been idling in the parking lot for the past 30 minutes. The truck was legally parked, turned off and unoccupied when the officer arrived. 4700 block of Charter Lane.



April 30

Relationship problems

Officers were dispatched to the above unit for sounds of a male and female arguing.  Upon arrival officers contacted a male subject who advised he was arguing with his girlfriend over various relationship issues but nothing physical occurred. Officers were able to speak to with the female via phone and she confirmed there was nothing physical and they had just argued. 11100 block of Chennault Beach Road.



City Hall advised they had received a complaint about illegally kept bees at the below residence. The Animal Control Officer attempted contact but no one was home. A door hangar was left for the resident to follow up with the ACO.            12400 block of 52nd Place West.


Why would you need that?

A parks employee reported that a backpack style leaf blower was stolen from the back of his truck while at the park that afternoon. 600 block of Front Street.


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