Police Beat: 4/5 - 4/9

Apr 17, 2019

April 5

 

Warrant arrest

While on patrol the officer contacted several suspicious subjects in a parking lot. One subject had a residential burglary warrant out of Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office territory. The warrant was confirmed and the subject was arrested and booked into the Snohomish County Jail without incident. 10600 47th Place West.

Loud noises!

Officers responded for a report of a female yelling from one of the units. 12300 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard.

 

Where’d you go?

A passerby reported that a female was on foot on Paine Field Blvd. near the Future of Flight, was waving her arms and appeared to possibly be distraught. Officers checked the area and did not locate anyone. An officer tried calling the R/P multiple times without success. Security at the museum/hotel were advised and they had not observed anyone in the area matching the description.

 

Park elsewhere

The officer was dispatched to check on a suspicious blue passenger car that is occasionally seen parked in the driveway of a vacant residence. The driver was contacted and he advised that he parks there when he goes for walks along the retention pond trail next door. He agreed to park elsewhere. 12600 block of Double Eagle Drive.

 

April 6

 

Got it back!

The victim of a stolen scooter called and advised he noticed his scooter on Offer Up and arranged to meet the seller at the above location in Unincorporated Snohomish County. The officer arranged the setup with the victim and a SCSO deputy responded to assist at the meet location. The stolen scooter (confirmed VIN) was located at the location but the suspect was not. The scooter was removed from stolen status and returned to the victim.  The license plate was missing from the scooter and was left as a stolen license plate in the system. 3300 block of 132nd Place Southwest.

 

Indecent exposure

An adult female at Starbucks reported that a male with a facial tattoo pulled down his pants and exposed his genitals to her inside the business. The male was located by officers walking near the ampm. He was arrested for indecent exposure and booked into the Snohomish County Jail. 12500 block of the Mukilteo Speedway.

 

DUI

The officer stopped a vehicle for speeding which also had an expired vehicle registration. Upon contacting the driver there was a strong odor of intoxicants and an open container observed. He was arrested for DUI. He was cited and released to his brother. 4600 block of 84th Street Southwest.

Let me in!

A neighbor reported there was a female yelling and banging on the sliding glass door of the house next door. It was determined to be a subject who had been inadvertently locked out of the house trying to get the attention of her sister to unlock the door. The sister let her back inside. 2300 block of Washington Avenue.

 

April 7

Card theft

The reporting party reported being at 92nd Street Park from 1415 and 1440 hours and had her car parked unlocked in the parking lot. Someone entered her unlocked car, took several credit cards out of her purse and $6 cash. The suspect tried to use one of the cards at the QFC in Mukilteo but the charge was declined. There are no suspects at this time.  The case is under investigation. 4900 block of 92nd Street Southwest.

 

Rooftop shenanigans

A caller reported that some juveniles had been on the roof of the school. It appeared they had been getting a football down. There was no apparent damage and the juveniles were not located.

April 8

 

Don’t leave your dog in the car like this

The Animal Control Officer provided water to the dog (dog drank almost 2 bottles of water) that had been left in an unlocked vehicle at the park. The ACO called the phone number associated with the dog's owner and left a message for him. A notice was left on the driver's side window that water was provided to the dog, and that there was a dish of water on the center console. 76th Street Southwest and 44th Avenue West.

 

Road rage

Officers were dispatched to an assault weapon at the QFC (someone threw a rock at the reporting party). The RP was somewhat uncooperative and said she was leaving in a vehicle. Upon talking with her further via phone, the incident was determined to be a road rage incident that began on SR526 in Everett. Both the RP and the "suspect"  provided written statements. There was no probable cause for the driver and the incident was eventually determined to be verbal.

 

Fake Franklin

An officer was dispatched to a fraud complaint for a possible fake $100 bill that had been left. The bill appeared to be counterfeit and the officer booked it into evidence.  Incident is under investigation. There are no suspects at this time. 8200 block of the Mukilteo Speedway.

April 9

A bird, not a gun

Officers were dispatched to a disturbance that occurred at about the 10600 block of Mukilteo Speedway. The reporting party said that the driver of another vehicle displayed something that might have been a firearm during a road rage incident. Responding officers were unable to locate the RP and upon calling him, determined that he had left the city. Officers found a phone number for the driver of the other involved vehicle and he denied displaying any firearm but said that he did "flip off" the RP after the RP cut him off. There was no probably cause for either of the involved drivers.

 

Found a gun

The reporting party turned in a semi-automatic pistol found at the beach. The firearm was very rusty and there were no visible serial numbers. The pistol had a magazine inserted but due to the rust the officer could not determine if the magazine was loaded or if a round was chambered. The officer secured the pistol in a temporary evidence locker pending further inspection by a department armorer.

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