Police Beat for week of July 2

Jul 03, 2012

June 27

Vehicle Prowl –10900 blk 53rd Pl. W.

An officer responded to the 5000 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard regarding a found wallet. The officer contacted the owner of the wallet and she confirmed that it had been taken in an unreported vehicle prowl at the above address Sunday night or Monday morning. There were no suspects and the victim had already reported the access cards stolen.

Suspicious Incident –12600 blk Double Eagle Dr.

Officers checked the area for a Hispanic male wearing a yellow vest and a blue sweatshirt and jeans, taking phone books off of porches. He was not located.

ID Theft – 4500 blk Harbour Pointe Blvd.

A victim lost his wallet unknown where, and when he reported it lost his bank informed it had been used for some unauthorized transactions. The case is under investigation.

Suspicious Incident – Lighthouse Park

Officers responded to the park regarding an elderly man with a young woman shooting at sea gulls with a slingshot. The pair was gone when officers arrived.

Animal Complaint – 10800 blk 52nd Pl. W.

A resident called to report her dog was bitten by a neighbor’s dog. The caller had tried to contact the neighbor but got no answer. The information forwarded to the Animal Control officer.

Suspicious Person – 9600 blk Harbor Pl.

Officers were dispatched to a report of a suspicious male thought to be living in the woods nearby. Officers contacted a man that appeared to be a transient camping near the Big Gulch Trail. He had a non-extraditable warrant out of Bellingham for shoplifting. He refused a courtesy transport to a shelter or transit station and walked away from the location.

Residential Burglary – 1000 blk 1st Ln.

A resident reported that her home was burglarized sometime between 8:50 a.m. and 6 p.m. today. Entry was made through a large unsecured dog door on the back of the door. Thousands of dollars of jewelry, Kindles, laptops and a camera were stolen. The case is under investigation.

Animal Complaint – 12600 blk Eagles Nest Dr.

A caller stated he found a dog tied to a tree in a nearby ravine. With the help of the caller, the officer was able to locate a pit bull near the 4000 block of South Road. The dog was impounded and placed in the police station dog kennel. Two other subjects arrived on scene to take custody of the dog, claiming an unknown “friend of a friend” had placed the dog there. The information was forwarded to the Animal Control officer.

Juvenile Problem – 9300 blk 63rd Pl. W.

A caller reported a group of juveniles were having a party on the beach below the water treatment plant. Officers contacted four males who were educated and warned about trespassing.

Suspicious Circumstances – 12300 blk H.P. Blvd.

A caller reported a white male, in his 40s, wearing a dark T-shirt, going around knocking on doors. She called back and said that she heard someone groaning and crying in the parking lot. Officers checked the area and did not locate anyone matching the description. The caller was not available for further information.

Fight – 600 blk Front St.

A caller reported 15 people in the park fighting. Upon arrival, officers did not locate anyone fighting. The entire park, ferry loading area, and transit station were checked with negative results.

Ordinance Violation – 700 blk Front St.

A caller reported two small cooking fires on the beach. Officers were already on scene for the above incident and were able to get the bon fire participants to extinguish their fires and vacate the park.

June 28

Follow Up – 10800 blk 52nd Pl. W.

Officers contacted the owner of a dog that bit a neighbor’s dog and mediated a civil resolution between the two neighbors.

Fraud – 900 blk Webster St.

A resident reported she found a fraudulent checking account payment of $474.63 made out to PUD. She normally pays her PUD bill via her credit card. The case is under investigation.

DWLS 3/Missing Person Located – 12300 blk H.P. Blvd.

An officer conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle and found the driver to be driving with a suspended license and listed as a missing endangered person out of Mill Creek. The record noted that she is a heroin addict and may be using/dealing in the Seattle area. She was sober and posed no danger to herself. She refused a voluntary search of her vehicle. She was cited for driving with a suspended license in the third degree and a BOLO (Be On the Look Out) was placed through SNOCOM. The Mill Creek Police Department was also notified.

June 29

Traffic Collision – H.P. Blvd. & Harbour Pl.

Vehicle 1 attempted to make a U-turn and collided with Vehicle 2. There were no injuries.

Traffic Collision – SR-525 & Beverly Park Rd.

An officer was dispatched to the above area for a two-vehicle collision. Upon arrival, a witness reported that the two driver exchanged information and left.

Traffic Complaint – 12800 blk 50th Pl. W.

A caller reported juveniles were driving a golf cart around the neighborhood. She said this had happened a few times over the past few days. They were not located.

Animal Complaint – 5300 blk H.P. Blvd.

Officers responded to the above location for a report of a loose dog. The officers found the dog was loose and unrestrained. The information will be forwarded for charging.

Suspicious – 5200 blk 81st Pl. S.W.

A caller reported there was an unmarked white van with antenna on the roof parked near the above location. She said the people in the van appeared to be videotaping people in the area. The officer found that it was a crew from a local news station doing a story about mail theft.

DUI – 600 blk Front St.

A medical clinic in Everett requested an officer check the ferry holding lane for a gray Silverado. They reported that the driver had been under anesthesia and left the clinic before being cleared to do so. The vehicle was not located.

Burglary – 9100 blk 53rd Ave. W.

A resident reported that sometime between 8:30 a.m. and 6 p.m. someone entered her house through the doggie door. A 47-inch TV and an iPad were among the items missing.

Vehicle Prowl – 11100 blk Chennault Beach Rd.

An officer was dispatched to a report of a vehicle prowl that occurred last night. A wallet was taken from the vehicle. There were no signs of forced entry.

Vehicle Prowl – 11100 blk Chennault Beach Rd.

An officer was dispatched to a second report of a vehicle prowl that also occurred yesterday. A wallet was also stolen from this vehicle. There were no signs of forced entry.

Traffic Hazard – 1500 blk Mukilteo Ln.

An officer was dispatched to an area check for a group of juveniles skateboarding down the middle of the road and then holding on to the back of a car to get pulled back up the hill. The officer contacted four subjects who agreed to stop and leave the area.

Animal Complaint – 11100 blk Chennault Beach Rd.

A resident reported an ongoing problem with a dog barking somewhere in the building. An officer left a violation warning notice at the listed apartment.

June 30

Vehicle Prowl – 700 blk 7th St.

A resident reported that on or about June 21 someone entered his vehicle and took his tools. His neighbor subsequently found them in her yard and turned them in as found property.

Burglary – 4800 blk 76th St. S.W.

An officer responded to the above residence for a burglary that occurred sometime between 9 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. hours. The officer was still on scene at the time of this report.

Residential Burglary – 12000 blk Wilmington Way

A resident reported coming home this afternoon after being away for a week and finding the residence ransacked. A laptop computer, video game console and other miscellaneous items were taken. Entry appeared to have been made through a window. The case is under investigation with possible suspect information available.

DV Harassment – 4500 blk H.P. Blvd.

A caller reported that her estranged husband made threats to kill her while they were talking on the phone today. Officers were unable to locate him. The case was referred to the prosecutor.

Harassment – 4800 blk Bridgeport Pl.

A resident reported receiving two threatening text messages from an unknown subject. An officer called the number and spoke with a male who apologized and claimed it was a misdial.

Traffic Complaint X2 – Chennault Beach Rd. & H.P. Blvd.

An officer was dispatched to an area check after loud car exhausts and possible racing was heard in the area. About 50 vehicles that had gathered in the parking lot were leaving at the time of the call. Officers patrolled the area for several minutes until all the vehicles had dispersed.

Suspicious – 4700 blk H.P. Blvd. S.W.

An officer contacted a large group of “street racers” setting up an obstacle course with traffic cones in the House of Fire parking lot. They were warned and left the area.

Malicious Mischief DV – 1000 Goat Trail Loop Rd.

A neighbor reported that two subjects next door were arguing and that a female had been screaming out on the street. Contact was made with a man who advised officers that he had been in an argument with his daughter. The dad asked daughter to leave and she then shattered a back window of the residence and fled. Officers conducted an area check but she was not found. The case was referred to the prosecutor.

July 1

Suspicious – H.P. Blvd. & SR-525

A caller reported that she had been followed by a group of juvenile females in a red Cadillac SUV (unknown license) that had been repeatedly honking at her. The vehicle was not found.

Unwanted Subject – 10400 blk Marine View Dr.

A resident called to report that her son had been staying at her residence for the past few days and she wanted him to leave. He still has a warrant out of Lynnwood for possession of marijuana. He was gone on arrival.

Civil Standby – 3900 blk H.P. Blvd. S.W.

An employee inadvertently gave a visitor a key to the wrong room. The visitor then entered the room of a stranger who became startled/upset. The hotel manager requested that an officer standby while she resolved the situation with the guests. There were no additional problems to report.

Runaway/Returned – 4700 blk 88th St. S.W.

RP reported that his 15-year-old foster daughter ran away. She returned home a few hours later.

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