Police Beat: 8/7 - 8/14

Aug 21, 2019

Aug. 7


Beached boat

The officer responded back to the Lighthouse Park to assist the stranded sailboat.  The boat is stuck on the beach and the Coast Guard is unable to help. The owner of the boat has been put in contact with a salvage company, but at this time does not want to utilize their services. 600 block of Front Street.


More boating stuff

Officers responded back to the Lighthouse Park to assist the man on the sailboat. The Coast Guard was unable to tow him off of the beach and officers asked him if he needed assistance in getting off of his boat. He said that he would wait until the tide got a little lower and would then go get some food, etc. He did not want to hire a company to tow the boat off of the shore and still wanted to wait for a lower tide to attempt to drive it off. 600 block of Front Street.


Everything’s fine

The officer was dispatched to a 911 hang up for a male caller saying his wife had just died (although she was audible in the back ground). The officers responded and determined that the male was disoriented due to medical issues and his wife was fine.  There was no disturbance and the male did not need immediate medical attention. The wife advised she would call 911 if aid was needed.


Aug. 8



The officer responded to an alarm that covered the clubhouse at the On the Green Complex and found that a security officer accidentally set the alarm off. 12300 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard.


C’mon bro

The officer phoned the owner of the abandoned boat and he admitted to not attempting to remove it from the beach last night during high tide. The officer also spoke with him about the potential consequences of abandoning it on the beach and attempted to further secure the boat, so it does not drift away while the owner is away. 600 block of Front Street.


Too much Slurpee

Officers were dispatched to a theft complaint at the 7-Eleven for three subjects who possibly stole items from the store then left on foot.  The officers located the subjects in the Albertsons Parking lot.  They denied taking anything and showed the officer a receipt for the items they left with. One subject had a misdemeanor warrant out of Marysville PD for DWLS 3rd but Marysville declined to confirm. The store clerk later told officers that the subjects filled up a Slurpee cup higher then they were supposed to but did not want to press charges. The subjects were verbally trespassed and released. 12700 block of Mukilteo Speedway.


Aug. 9



The reporting party (RP) reported that sometime overnight someone entered his vehicle and took the registration, jumper cables, tire pump, battery pack and Bible from it. There was no damage to the vehicle and no signs of forced entry. There are no suspects. 5000 block of 92nd Street Southwest.


Silly pup

Officer responded to the residence for an alarm. The house was secure and the officer could see a dog inside that possibly tripped the alarm. 900 block of 8th Street.



The RP wanted to make a harassment report for her daughter's ex-boyfriend because he came by the house today to speak with the daughter.  There were no orders and no crime.  She was advised on the process for obtaining an order.  The officer did call the boyfriend and informed him that the family did not want him to come to the house any longer.  He stated he understood. 12000 block of Wilmington Way.



Rite Aid employees reported a female filled up her purse with numerous items and fled the store on foot. Officers located her near Jack in the Box. She was identified.  Miscellaneous cosmetic items were recovered ($192.38). Employees positively identified her as the suspect. She was cited and released for Theft 3 and issued a trespass letter. The merchandise was returned to Rite Aid. 11700 block of Mukilteo Speedway.


Aug. 10

Road rage

Officers were dispatched to the gas pumps at ampm for what appeared to be a road rage incident.  The female RP was refusing to provide any information to dispatch and was just screaming on the phone claiming a male in an F-150 tried to "ram" her. She then hung up on dispatch without providing any name or other information. Officers checked the area and neither the RP or the driver of the F-150 were located. An officer reviewed ampm’s video footage and there was no crime. The officer observed in the video the female caller was out of control screaming at the male in the F-150 for an unknown reason. The male did not try to Ram her and was just getting gas. Employees at the ampm advised the male in the F-150 is a regular customer and they did not know the female. 3800 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard Southwest.


More boat drama

A city employee advised an officer that the owner of the beached sailboat was throwing items from the boat onto the shore and yelling at people. The ranger observed him unloading items up from the boat. He was not yelling at anyone and was just trying to get his belongings off the boat. 600 block of Front Street.


Happy birthday!

Officers were dispatched to a loud party. It was a family celebrating their son's birthday.  They agreed to keep the noise down. 4500 block of 73rd Place Southwest.


Aug. 11


The CSO contacted numerous subjects trespassing on the railroad tracks.  One individual was identified and had a confirmed felony warrant out of SCSO for Trafficking in Stolen Property 1st Degree. He was arrested and booked into the Snohomish County Jail without incident. 600 block of Front Street.


Aug. 12


Don’t sail away

The boat stranded on the beach at the Lighthouse Park appeared to have moved further down the beach and an officer did his best to further secure it using the anchors. 600 block of Front Street.

Lotta dough

The RP reported that her mother had sent $75,000 to a subject in Hong Kong via wire transfer earlier in the day. The RP said they had called the bank and were told to call the police to report the matter. The RP had hoped the police could stop the wire transfer, but she was referred to contact the bank for assistance with cancelling/stopping the transfer of funds. Case under investigation.


Aug. 13


Family argument

The officers responded to a subject that was arguing with his brother, started breaking things in the house and grabbed a knife. The rest of the family fled the house in fear. He refused to come out of the house or drop the knife. After speaking with him for quite some time, officers were able to talk him into dropping the knife and opening the door.  He was taken into custody without incident and was taken to Providence Hospital on an involuntary commitment. 13400 block of 46th Place West.


Aug. 14


Officers were dispatched to a burglary that occurred sometime today.  The victim left at around 1100 hours and returned around 1500 hours and determined someone used a ladder to enter a second story open window. There did not appear to be anything missing.  The residence has an alarm system that is not monitored. It was possible it sounded and scared the suspect or suspects off. The case is under investigation. 9100 block of 53rd Avenue West.


Domestic dispute

Officers were dispatched to a verbal DV between a subject and her son. They were arguing about the son’s girlfriend. Records checked showed that the subject had three misdemeanor warrants. She was booked at the Snohomish County Jail. 12300 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard.

























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