Police Beat: 7/24 - 7/30

Aug 07, 2019

July 24


Fraud

The caller reported that she had received multiple calls from someone claiming to be a police officer who was asking her for past due money. She did not fall for the scam and did not send any money.


Annoyed

The caller was unhappy about construction noise. The officer suggested he contact WASDOT in the morning to discuss his concerns. 84th Street Southwest and 46th Place West.

 

You dang kids

The officer responded to an alarm at Kamiak and determined it had been activated by skateboarders bumping an exterior door. They were warned and agreed to leave. 10800 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard.


July 25

 

Our bad

An officer checked the Mukilteo Beacon business for an alarm. Employees were on scene and had proper codes. No issues. 800 block of 5th Street.

 

Ugly split

Dispatch advised of a physical domestic violence. Reportedly the reporting party’s (RP) husband was being physical with her and was blocking her to prevent her from leaving. Officers contacted two subjects who were in the process of breaking up. Officers determined that the altercation had only been verbal and no crime had occurred. The RP chose to leave to a friend's house. 6000 block of Club House Lane.

 

Please donut loiter

Employees at Henry's Donuts reported an unwanted subject in the parking lot playing loud music in a car and loitering. Contact was made with the subject and he agreed to leave. 10900 block of the Mukilteo Speedway.


July 26

 

Blame pot

The RP requested a phone call in regards to her phones being "tapped." She told the officer that the people at the "marijuana shop" tapped her phones. She then rambled about her family members. She did not need any assistance.


Not a dry wedding, apparently

The officer was flagged down by what was determined to be a very intoxicated female that began wandering into the roadway and causing a disturbance. The female had been attending a wedding at Rosehill with her boyfriend who then apparently drove off without her. The officer was eventually able to contact her mother who responded to the location to transport her home. 300 block of Lincoln Avenue.


July 27


Goodness

The RP called 911 to report she found a male subject in her house with her sister and the male subject had a gun. The RP took the gun and went to a neighbor's house to call and the male left the residence on foot. According to the RP, there had been no threat or assault with the gun. Officers checked the gun and it was a stolen firearm taken in a burglary out of Marysville PD). Officers eventually located the male on Harbour Reach and took him into custody. Officers recovered over $1,000 cash, scales, 11.4 grams of methamphetamine, 316.6 grams of marijuana, 16.4 grams of hallucinogenic mushrooms, two scales, packaging material as well as Xanax and other prescription medication.  He was booked into the Snohomish County Jail for Possession of a Stolen Firearm, Possession with intent to Deliver Marijuana and Possession with intent to Deliver Methamphetamine. The investigation into the incident continues. 12600 block of Eagles Nest Drive.


Quick bite

An employee at the library reported a male subject was behind the library setting up a homeless camp. Officers contacted the subject.  He had not set up camp and had just arrived and stopped to eat.  He advised he would be getting on a transit bus as soon as he was done. 4600 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard.

 

July 28

 

Close call

The RP requested contact near the Silver Cloud for a disturbance with a boater. The officer contacted the RP who was putting on a dive class when the driver of a Bayliner came within 100 feet of his the red flag to drop his crab pots. The RP told the driver it was illegal to do that and the driver became verbal with him. The only description of the boat was it was a cream colored Bayliner and it was not located. No divers were injured. 600 block of Front Street.

 

Angry ex

The caller reported that his ex-girlfriend was outside the residence with a golf club threatening to break his vehicle windows. When officers arrived, the female was not located. However, she had broken out the tail lights and damaged the paint on the RP's vehicle. She was not located and the RP would not press charges. 13000 block of 42nd Place West.

 

July 29

 

Let us work

The RP called about a suspicious cream van cruising the neighborhood. An officer located the van and spoke with the occupants who were employees of a rug company doing work in the area. 13500 block of 42nd Avenue West.

 

Stuck car

The officer was dispatched to a vehicle stuck on the train tracks at Baker's Crossing.  Upon arrival the officer located a jeep stuck on the tracks about 200 yards north of the crossing to Edgewater Park. Dispatch was advised to stop the trains. Several minutes later, an Amtrak train approached the stuck vehicle and officer who was trying to convince the driver and passenger away from their vehicle. The Amtrak deployed its emergency stop brakes and was able to stop about 20 feet prior to striking the vehicle.  The Amtrak conducted later told the officer he had not been advised of the track closure.  The officer was not injured and neither were the bystanders. Mary's expedited their response and was able to free the vehicle from the tracks and tow it back out to 1st St. Everett PD responded as well BNSF Police. BNSF Police took over the investigation and the officers cleared the incident as an agency assist. 1300 block of 1st Street.

 

July 30

Not a threat

The caller reported receiving a threatening letter from a neighbor who was complaining about a barking dog. The officer determined the letter did not contain any threats. 1000 block of Campbell Avenue.

 

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