Police beat (June 2-11)

Jun 14, 2017

June 2

 

Caught dumping

An officer responded to a report of a male dumping garbage in a Dumpster in the 5000 block of 84th Street Southwest. After being noticed, the male took the garbage out of the Dumpster, placed it back in his vehicle and left the area.

 

Vehicle prowl

An officer contacted a subject in the 5700 block of 86th Place Southwest regarding a vehicle prowl. Personal property had been stolen from the vehicle.

 

Cat questions

An officer answered a male’s questions about his neighbor’s cats. The neighbor was not home.

 

Vehicle prowl

An officer responded to a vehicle prowl report in the 11000 block of 55th Avenue West. Personal property had been stolen from the vehicle.

 

Collision

No one was injured in a single-vehicle collision in the 11800 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard.

 

Mail theft

Mail theft was reported in the 4700 block of Sterling Way.

 

Collision

No one was injured in a collision at Mukilteo Speedway and Freeport Lane.

 

Skateboarding

An officer responded to a report of juveniles skateboarding in the 4500 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard. The juveniles were not skateboarding when the officer arrived.

 

Nature walk

A caller reported a suspicious vehicle near the Japanese Gulch Trailhead in the 7600 block of 44th Avenue West. The subjects in the vehicle had stopped to go for a walk and left the area.

 

June 3

 

Run away to Tulalip

A female who had reportedly run away from the 4800 block of Pointes Drive was located by police in Tulalip. A family member responded and took custody of the female.

 

Collision

No one was injured in a two-vehicle collision at Mukilteo Speedway and Evergreen Drive.

 

Trespassing juveniles

Officers responded to a report of juveniles acting suspicious in the 900 block of 1st Street. They were contacted and warned for trespassing.

 

Dead cat

A deceased cat in the 12400 block of Mukilteo Speedway was prepared for disposal at PAWS.

 

Leaning tree

Public Utility District crews responded to assess a tree leaning over the roadway in the 1300 block of Mukilteo Lane.

 

After hours

Police contacted and warned several subjects in the 4700 block of Charter Lane for being there after hours.

 

Theft

A male reported that personal property he left in the 11700 block of Mukilteo Speedway was now missing.

 

Closed to crabbing

An officer contacted several subjects crabbing in the 600 block of Front Street. They all had fishing licenses. They stated that when they checked the state website it showed that crabbing was currently open on the Pacific Coast. The officer explained that it was closed for this particular region. They were cooperative and left without any crabs.

 

June 4

 

Welfare check

A Mississippi resident requested a welfare check on a family member in the 4500 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard. An officer discovered the family member no longer lived at the location.

 

Handicap parking

A female in the 12300 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard reported finding a note on her vehicle stating that she was parked in a handicap space. Her license plate identifies her as handicapped. There were no threats or crime contained in the note.

 

Collision

Officers were dispatched to a multi-vehicle collision in the 11700 block of Mukilteo Speedway.

 

Noise complaint

An officer was dispatched for subjects being loud in the 5000 block of 81st Place Southwest. When the officer arrived, it was quiet. The subjects agreed to keep the noise down.

 

June 5

 

Dogs off leash

An officer responded to a report of a male with two dogs off leash in the 700 block of Front Street. The dog owner was contacted and issued a warning.

 

Traffic Hazard

An officer responded to a report of a duck and its ducklings crossing the roadway at 99th Place Southwest and Mukilteo Speedway. Upon arrival, they had safely crossed the road.

 

Jury duty scam

A female in the 10500 block of 47th Place West reported receiving a call informing her that she had two warrants for missing jury duty and she could be arrested if she did not pay the $1,500 fine. She did not fall for the scam.

 

Suspicious males

Two males who were reportedly acting suspicious in the 9600 block of Harbour Place were gone upon an officer’s arrival.

 

Order violation

A female’s ex-boyfriend was at her residence in the 9100 block of 50th Place West wanting to see their children. The female had obtained a court order, which was served to the ex-boyfriend.

 

June 6

 

Vehicle recovery

While on patrol, an officer observed an occupied stolen vehicle in the 11700 block of Mukilteo Speedway. Both occupants were arrested and booked into the Snohomish County Jail. The registered owner was notified and the vehicle was removed from stolen status.

 

Hit-and-run

An officer investigated a possible hit-and-run collision in the 10800 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard.

 

Traffic collision

Officers responded to a multi-vehicle collision at Harbour Pointe Boulevard Southwest and Cyrus Way. There were no injuries.

 

Traffic light

Someone reported the traffic signal at 44th Avenue West and 84th Street Southwest was not cycling properly. An officer observed the light operating correctly.

 

Open bottles

An officer contacted several subjects in possession of alcohol in the 600 block of Front Street and had them return the alcohol to their vehicles.

 

Lost male

An officer responded to a report of someone hearing a male calling for help in the 3800 block of South Road. The officer contacted the male subject, who was lost. The officer gave the subject a courtesy ride home and left him with family.

 

Suspicious vehicle

Officers determined that a reportedly suspicious vehicle in the 6000 block of 96th Street Southwest belonged to people working on a residence in the area.

 

June 7

 

Plant damage

A male in the 5000 block of 88th Street Southwest reported his neighbor damaged plants on his property.

 

Traffic hazard

An officer checked on a male who had been creating a traffic hazard by being in the roadway at Mukilteo Speedway and Harbour Pointe Boulevard Southwest. The officer contacted the male on the sidewalk and warned him to stay out of the roadway.

 

Weed control

An officer investigated a report of someone cutting weeds in a protected area in the 2600 block of Mukilteo Speedway. Public Works was doing weed control in the area, which was not protected.

 

Theft arrest

Officers were dispatched to a male and female trying to hide a backpack in the 11900 block of Cyrus Way. The backpack was discovered to be stolen from a vehicle prowl incident. Both subjects were cited for prowling a vehicle and theft. The female was found to have a warrant for her arrest and was transported to the Lynnwood jail.

 

Hit-and-run

An officer investigated a hit-and-run vehicle collision in the 8500 block of Mukilteo Speedway.

 

Burglary

An officer responded to a report of a theft in the 8400 block of 54th Avenue West.

 

Loud juveniles

Juveniles who were reportedly being loud in the 5000 block of Freeport Lane agreed to keep the noise down.

 

Traffic light

An officer advised the state Department of Transportation that all traffic lights at 84th Street Southwest and Paine Field Boulevard were malfunctioning.

 

Suspicious vehicle

An officer contacted the occupants of a reportedly suspicious vehicle in the 8100 block of Mukilteo Speedway. They had pulled over to eat some food.

 

Loud music

An officer responded to a report of loud music in the 4500 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard. The residents agreed to turn it down and close a window.

 

Loud yelling

An officer responded to a report of loud yelling in the 12300 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard to find a group playing basketball. They agreed to leave.

 

June 8

 

Loud voices

Officers responded to a report of loud voices in the 4500 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard. The officers did not hear any loud voices.

 

Spin out

A vehicle reportedly spun out at Mukilteo Speedway and Paine Field Boulevard. The vehicle was gone upon an officer's arrival.

 

Down tree

An officer responded to a report of a down tree at 92nd Street Southwest and Sunset Lane. Public Works responded and removed the tree.

 

Collision

No one was injured in a vehicle collision in the 5300 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard.

 

June 9

 

Off-road vehicle

Officers contacted the driver of a vehicle that reportedly drove off the roadway in the 5600 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard. The driver was looking for another vehicle and found it.

 

Fireworks complaint

Police investigated a report of fireworks in the area of 81st Place Southwest and Mukilteo Speedway, but found nothing.

 

DUI

An officer located a suspected DUI driver at Harbour Pointe Boulevard Southwest and Mukilteo Speedway. The officer stopped the vehicle after the driver committed several driving infractions. The driver was arrested for DUI.

 

Dead deer

An officer responded to a report of a deceased deer in the roadway at Harbour Place and Mukilteo Speedway. The officer moved the deer out of the roadway and notified public works for removal.

 

June 10

 

Domestic disturbance

Officers responded to a disturbance in the 11100 block of Chennault Beach Road. The officers contacted a female, who been arguing with a male family member. It was determined the female had assaulted the male during the course of the argument. The male confirmed the assault. The case will be sent to the prosecutor for review.

 

Hot dogs

An officer responded to a report of two dogs in a vehicle that seemed to be in distress at 2nd Street and Mukilteo Speedway. The officer found that the windows were down and the dogs were not in distress. The officer contacted the owner and informed them of the concern for the dogs.

 

Juveniles on bikes

Juveniles who had reportedly been biking in the street at 84th Street Southwest and Mukilteo Speedway were gone upon an officer’s arrival.

The reporting party advised of juveniles biking in the street. The subjects were GOA.

 

Barking dog

An officer responded to a report of a dog barking in the 6400 block of Chennault Beach Drive. The officer contacted residents who were having a party and found that the dog was not barking constantly, but only when it was playing with the children. The residents agreed to keep the dog and party quiet.

 

Loud party

Officers responded to a report of a loud party in the 12400 block of 55th Place West. They contacted a resident, who agreed to turn the outdoor speakers off and keep the guests inside.

 

Fireworks complaint

An officer responded to a report of fireworks in the area of 81st Place Southwest and Mukilteo Speedway, but found nothing.

 

Noise Complaint

Officers responded to a report of loud noise in the 5000 block of 84th Street Southwest. The officers contacted a resident, who agreed to turn the TV down.

 

DUI

An officer responded to a report of a DUI driver in the 600 block of Front Street. The driver was pulling onto the ferry when the officer was dispatched. The call was transferred to Island County.

 

June 11

 

Open bottles

An officer responded to a report of three males in a vehicle with open alcohol containers in the 600 block of Front Street. The driver showed no signs of intoxication, but the passengers had open containers and were given a warning.

 

Vinyl strips in roadway

An officer responded to a report of debris in the roadway at Mukilteo Speedway and Harbour Pointe Boulevard Southwest. The officer located vinyl strips and picked them up for disposal.

 

Suspicious subject

An officer responded to a report of a subject sitting in a vehicle and acting suspicious at 84th Street Southwest and Mukilteo Speedway. The officer contacted the subject, who was waiting for his car to cool down.

 

License plate recovery

A Washington State Patrol trooper recovered a stolen license plate from a Mukilteo case in the 10500 block of 47th Place West. The plate was impounded.

 

Abandoned bike

While on patrol, an officer observed a subject abandon a mountain bike in the 12300 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard. The subject was not located. The bike was not listed as stolen, so the officer booked it as found property.

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