Year in Review: Police Beat 2018

Jan 02, 2019

Jan. 1

 

Who let the dogs out?

The reporting party advised of two dogs loose. The dogs were not located. 10200 block of the Mukilteo Speedway.

 

Jan. 5

 

No confirmation on barking

The officer responded for a report of a barking dog. The dog did not bark while the officer was on scene. 12400 block of 55th Place West.

 

Jan. 10

 

To leash or not to leash

The reporting party advised of a dog off the leash. The officer did not locate any unleashed dogs. 600 block of Front Street.

 

Jan. 27

 

Was it Nickleback?

The reporting party advised of loud music. The reporting party advised that the music had been turned off. 7600 block of 46th Place West.

 

Feb. 2

 

Kids these days

The reporting party advised of noise. The officer responded to the residence and discovered children playing.  There were no problems.

 

Feb. 5

 

Can’t I clean in peace?

The caller reported a suspicious male subject. The subject was cleaning his car and there were no problems. 3rd Street and Prospect Avenue.

 

Feb. 10

 

I’d never buy Crocs online!

The reporting party advised of unauthorized credit card activity on his bank account. The incident is under investigation. 11000 block of Villa Monte Drive.

 

Feb. 12

 

Invisibility cloak, perhaps?

The reporting party advised of a suspicious subject. He was not located. 800 block of Washington Avenue.

 

Feb. 19

 

Bart Simpson?

An officer discovered graffiti. Public works was notified for cleanup. 4900 block of 92nd Street Southwest.

 

Feb. 25

Identity theft is not a joke, Jim

The reporting party advised of an identity theft incident. 5200 block of 84th Street Southwest.

 

March 5

 

Batting .500

The reporting party advised of two illegally parked vehicles. One vehicle was cited and the other vehicle was legally parked. Concord Way and Holyoke Street.

 

March 9

Siri, define ‘blocking’

An officer responded for a blocking disabled vehicle. The disabled vehicle was not blocking traffic. Mukilteo Speedway and 3rd Street.

 

March 10

 

Walker, Mukilteo Ranger

The reporting party had questions regarding parking citations. The Ranger answered the questions. 600 block of Front Street.

 

March 19

 

‘Dog at large’ coming to a theater near you

An officer responded for a dog at large. The dog was not located. 12300 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard.

 

‘Dog at large 2: Electric Boogaloo'

An officer responded for a dog at large. The dog was not located. 12300 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard.

 

March 26

 

What the duck?

The animal control officer responded for a duck. The duck proceeded into a pond. 10400 block of 47th Place West.

 

April 14

If I hear ‘Despacito’ one more time…

The caller reported a loud radio. The radio was turned down and there were no further problems. 1000 block of Goat Trail Loop Road.

 

April 21

One man’s trash is another man’s…trash, I guess

The reporting party advised that personal property was abandoned. The property was of little value and the reporting party was advised. Mukilteo Speedway and Goat Trail Loop Road.

 

April 26

 

Preach my brotha

The reporting party advised of a suspicious male. The male was soliciting with the Gospel Mission. There were no problems. 900 block of 9th Street.

 

May 3

 

Zuckerberg…

The reporting party advised of unwanted activity on a social media platform. The officer provided information to help resolve the matter.

 

May 5

 

Cinco de drunko

An officer conducted a traffic investigation. The driver was DUI and was booked into the Snohomish County Jail.

 

June 23

 

Honest mistake

A caller reported she was housesitting for a cat at the location and had accidentally set off the alarm and didn't have the cancel code with her. She wanted MPD to be aware that she was walking home to get the code and would return to disarm the alarm. An officer met with the RP at the location and confirmed there was nothing suspicious. 5700 block of 95th Place Southwest.

June 26

 

No ties in b-ball

An officer responded for a noise complaint. A basketball game was ending and there were no further problems. 12300 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard.

 

Aug. 2

 

Better than Uber

Officers contacted a male subject and assisted him with getting home. 8400 block of the Mukilteo Speedway.

 

 

Aug. 12

 

Free Bird

An officer responded for a report of a bird stuck in a net. The bird was not located. 10300 block of Marine View Drive.

 

 

Sept. 3

 

Not at night, please

An officer responded to a noise complaint. A subject was using power-cleaning equipment and agreed to change his work hours. Mukilteo Speedway and 84th Street Southwest.

 

Sept. 13

 

Smokey, but where’s The Bandit?

Officers responded to assist the fire department. The fire department cleared smoke from the residence. 5200 block of 84th Street Southwest.

 

Sept. 28

 

Cool Whip

An officer checked for, and located, a box that contained empty whip cream canister in a dumpster. Unknown who they belonged to. 8000 block of the Mukilteo Speedway.

 

Hitting the Juul

An officer checked for a group of juveniles smoking e-cigarettes. The juveniles were not located. 4600 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard.

Oct. 4

The devil’s lettuce

The reporting party called to report that subjects were smoking marijuana. No crimes had been committed and there were no further problems. 12300 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard.

 

Oct. 10

 

You get a warning! And you get a warning!

An officer issued four warnings to vehicles violating a parking ordinance. 60th Avenue West and 94th Street Southwest.

 

Oct. 18

 

Ding dong ditch

One caller reported that a group of eight to 10 juveniles were walking through the development ringing doorbells. The subjects were not located. 6600 block of Waterton Circle.

 

Oct. 20

The Smashing Pumpkins

An officer responded for a report of damaged pumpkins. 4600 block of Camden Place.

 

Goodbye gourd-geous

An officer responded to a report of missing pumpkins. 11800 block of Possession Way.

 

Dec. 6

 

Surround sound

Officers responded for a noise complaint. The residents were contacted and the television volume was high. The volume was turned down. 12300 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard.

 

Dec. 9

 

Mr. Steal Your Girl (take her to jail)

An officer contacted a male and a female. The female was arrested on a warrant. 3800 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard.

 

Dec. 21

 

Keep your claws off them!

The caller reported that a package containing Lobsters had been stolen from his front porch. It was later determined the packaged had inadvertently been delivered to a neighbor. 2000 block of the Mukilteo Speedway.

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