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Police Beat: 7/9-7/22

July 9 Gun drawn The reporting party (RP) reported seeing a male in the street with a gun pointing it "down the street." He then got into a silver passenger car and left. The RP was a passerby and did not see what or who the male was...


Police Beat: 7/5 - 7/8

July 5 Loose parakeets The reporting party (RP) observed two parakeets in the area, but was not able to catch them. The Animal Control Officer (ACO) sent an email on what to do if they are captured. 88th Street Southwest and 46th Place West.... Full story


Police Beat: 6/24 - 7/4

June 24 Tall order Officers responded to a disturbance at the construction site in the below area. Upon arrival, it was determined that a male approximately 7 feet tall wearing a black sweatshirt and gray sweatpants with a ponytail came out of the...


Police Beat: 6/19 - 6/23

June 19 Huh Officer received a report of an overturned shopping cart in the area. The cart had been checked on by the previous shift and nothing was found. 12300 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard. That’ll show him An officer responded to the above... Full story


Making history

It’s rare for women to be in the fire service, but that didn’t stop Kelli McNees from joining and eventually becoming the first female fire captain for the Mukilteo Fire Department. The Mukilteo... Full story


Mukilteo Fire welcomes battalion chief and fire captain promotions

In what was described as a “proud step forward” for the Mukilteo Fire Department, Mukilteo Mayor Jennifer Gregerson administered the oath of office for three new battalion chiefs and two new fire... Full story


Police Beat: 6/7 - 6/18

June 7 You dang kids The reporting party (RP) advised of kids being loud while playing outside. Officers spoke with RP who was irritated with neighbor kids who run around and yell and scream while playing outside. The kids were not currently...


Police Beat: 5/27 - 6/2

May 27 Happy ending The reporting party (RP) advised that she had a lost dog in custody. The animal control officer (ACO) responded and determined where the dog belonged. The dog was reunited with her owner. 10900 block of 53rdAvenue West. Vehicle...


Police Beat: 5/24 - 5/26

May 24 No O Dispatch advised of a hang up call. Officers spoke with the caller who advised of two aggressive subjects that were at her door. The caller stated they were refusing to leave when asked, but they eventually did when she called 911. The... Full story


Police Beat: 5/14 - 5/22

May 14 Speed Racer Officers checked on a report of three juveniles riding mini-bikes on campus. They were not located. 2600 block of the Mukilteo Speedway. Meow The caller reported that the neighbor's front door was partially open. The door was...


Police Beat: 5/9 - 5/13

May 9 Watch your step Officers responded to the park for broken glass in the playground area. When officers arrived park, attendants were cleaning up the glass. 600 block of Front Street. Elevator sleepover The reporting party (RP) reported that she...


Police Beat: 5/1 - 5/8

May 1 Oh deer The reporting party (RP) was concerned about deer that live in the area. The RP wanted the Animal Control Officer (ACO) to come out and pick them up, then relocate them. The ACO explained to the RP that this was not possible and advised...


Police Beat: 4/26 - 4/30

April 26 Way out there A Michigan PD requested a phone call in regards to an abandoned van with Washington plates. It was determined the van belonged to a business that no longer existed in Mukilteo. Michigan PD advised the van has apparently been...


Apparent mechanical error ends with car next to railroad tracks

A large police and fire presence below the SR 525 bridge last Thursday led to some questions. The main one: What the heck happened? All that was then known was that a car was below the bridge either...


Everett man arrested for assault in SWAT incident

A typically sleepy Thursday afternoon in Old Town was anything but, as the 900 block of Third Street looked more like a war zone than a residential neighborhood after a man assaulted a woman and...


Police Beat: 4/18 - 4/25

April 18 Brake check The officer was dispatched to an area check for a recklessly driven white BMW last seen headed southbound. The officer spoke with the registered owner of the vehicle via phone and he confirmed that he had been involved in a road...


One dead, two injured in Everett house fire

The following is a news release from the Everett Fire Department regarding a fire that occurred overnight on Shore Avenue, just north of Mukilteo city limits. EVERETT, WA – Everett firefighters responded to an early morning fatal residential fire...


Man arrested for assault in SWAT incident

A typically sleepy Thursday afternoon in Old Town was anything but, as officers swarmed the streets and intersections were blocked off with police vehicles after a man assaulted a woman and...


Police Beat: 4/10 - 4/17

April 10 Metal theft An officer responded to a business for a theft complaint. Upon arrival, it was determined that at about 0140 hours a suspect came and broke into a metal recycling container and stole about 500 pounds of metal that the company...


Fatal stabbing investigated in Everett

Detectives with the Major Crimes Unit are investigating a stabbing that killed a man in Everett. Just after 10 p.m. last night, officers responded to a convenience store in the 6900 block of Broadway Ave for an assault with a weapon call. Arriving...


Police Beat: 4/5 - 4/9

April 5 Warrant arrest While on patrol the officer contacted several suspicious subjects in a parking lot. One subject had a residential burglary warrant out of Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office territory. The warrant was confirmed and the subject... Full story


Police Beat: 3/29 - 4/4

March 29 Drone theft The caller advised of a theft. Officers spoke with the caller who is a photographer. The caller stated that on 3/23 he had been at Lighthouse Park to take photos and drone footage. The caller said he took his drone, a gray Mavic...


Ammonia Leak in Mukilteo Wednesday morning

The following is a press release from the Mukilteo Fire Department Mukilteo Fire Department units were dispatched early Wednesday morning to a reported fire alarm sounding in a commercial building in...


Police Beat: 3/15 - 3/27

March 15 Mini race The caller advised of subjects riding mini bikes. The subjects were not located. 600 block of Front Street. Road rage The caller reported they saw the male driver of one vehicle get out and punch the window of another vehicle that... Full story


Mukilteo Fire’s Brian Ouellette returns to the mound

It was a homecoming of sorts for Brian Ouellette. Ouellette has spent most of his life in Mukilteo, attending Mukilteo Elementary, Olympic View Middle School, and graduating from Kamiak High School... Full story


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