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Police beat (Aug. 26-Sept. 1)


September 6, 2017

Aug. 26

Motorcycle DUI

An officer and the Fire Department responded to the 1000 block of Ridge Street for a motorcycle collision. The officer determined the driver had been drinking. The driver was arrested and cited for driving under the influence.

Garage damage

An officer was dispatched to the 800 block of 5th Street for damage to a garage.

Reckless driving

A reporting party requested contact at Mukilteo Speedway and 3rd Street because he witnessed a recklessly driven vehicle. An officer located the driver and issued a warning.

‘Obviously’ drunk

While on patrol, an officer initiated a traffic stop on a speeding vehicle in the 4700 block of 92nd Street Southwest. The driver appeared obviously intoxicated and was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence.

Loud party

An officer was dispatched to a report of a loud party in the 11100 block of Chennault Beach Road. A resident agreed to quiet down his guests.

Aug. 27

Vehicle prowls

A caller reported a vehicle prowl that occurred overnight in the 10200 block of 48th Avenue West. An officer determined that three different vehicles from two different residences were entered. All of the vehicles had been left unlocked. The officer checked the area and did not locate any other obvious vehicle prowls.

Vehicle prowl

A reporting party advised his vehicle was prowled overnight in the 5300 block of 101st Street Southwest. The vehicle had been left unlocked.

Parking lot collision

An officer responded to a vehicle collision in the parking lot of Lighthouse Park in the 600 block of Front Street.

Dog in car

A caller reported a dog inside a vehicle in the 11700 block of Mukilteo Speedway. The officer located the vehicle and the dog. All the windows were down and the dog was not in distress.

Vehicle prowl

A caller reported two of their vehicles were prowled overnight in the 5200 block of 104th Street Southwest.

Runaway dog

A reporting party in the 11100 block of Chennault Beach Road called to advise that her dog ran away the night before. The information was passed along to the Animal Control Officer.

Felony arrest

At the request of Everett Police, officers arrested a male subject on a felony order violation in the 4500 block of 107th Street Southwest. An officer transported the subject to the Snohomish County Jail, where he was turned over to the custody of an Everett officer.

Aug. 28

Vehicle recovery

A caller reported a suspicious, unoccupied vehicle in the 12200 block of Cyrus Way. The vehicle was an unreported stolen out of the unincorporated Everett area. The registered owner was notified.

Vehicle prowl

An officer responded to a report of a vehicle prowl in the 9700 block of 49th Place West.

Counterfeit bills

A reporting party advised that two separate subjects exchanged counterfeit bills in the 9600 block of Harbour Place. The reporting party provided the officer a copy of the bills and a photo of one of the subjects who may be involved.


A reporting party advised their unlocked vehicle was prowled overnight in the 8400 block of Naketa Lane.

Laptop stolen

A reporting party advised a laptop was stolen out of an unlocked vehicle in the 5100 block of 98th Street Southwest.

Aug. 29

Footbridge torn up

A reporting party advised that a recently built footbridge at the entrance to Japanese Gulch at 19th Street and Goat Trail Loop Road had been damaged. Officers found that the 2-by-4-inch decking had been unscrewed and removed. The officers walked the trail but did not locate the boards. Neighbors reported that nothing suspicious was seen or heard.

Wooden chairs

A reporting party in the 10100 block of Marine View Drive advised that three wooden chairs had been stolen off their front porch. There are no suspects at this time.

Storage unit

A caller reported that his storage unit had been entered in the 8000 block of 40th Avenue West.

Wallet recovered

An officer responded to the 4600 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard retrieve a found wallet. Upon contact, the owner of the wallet advised they would pick it up the next day.


An officer responded to a vehicle collision in the 4900 block of 92nd Street Southwest. No one was injured.

Loud talking

Officers responded to a noise complaint in the 10400 block of Marine View Drive. Upon arrival, the officers determined a small group was talking on a deck. The subjects agreed to move inside for the night.

Aug. 30

Suspicious videographer

A reporting party advised of a male subject taking video of Big Gulch Park.

2-vehicle collision

Officers responded to a two-vehicle collision at Harbour Reach Drive and 116th Street Southwest. The driver was evaluated by aid but refused transport.

Lost keys

A reporting party called from the ferry terminal advising they had lost their keys at the Farmers Market at Lighthouse Park in the 600 block of Front Street. Mukilteo Police Volunteers turned the keys over to the officer, who returned them to the reporting party.

Warrant arrest

An officer stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation in the 10900 block of Mukilteo Speedway and subsequently arrested the driver on an outstanding warrant.

Aug. 31

‘Severely’ damaged vehicle

A reporting party advised there was a severely damaged vehicle in the 13000 block of Beverly Park Road. An officer was able to contact the registered owner, who advised the vehicle had been vandalized the night before in unincorporated Snohomish County. The owner was in the process of having it moved.

Mail in the road

A caller reported mail in the roadway in the 1100 block of 2nd Street. An officer picked up the mail and turned it over to the U.S. Post Office for redelivery.

Vehicle theft

A reporting party in the 5000 block of Freeport Lane advised his vehicle was taken sometime overnight. The vehicle was entered as stolen.

2-vehicle collision

An officer investigated a two-vehicle collision at Mukilteo Speedway and Harbour Pointe Boulevard. No one was injured.

Permit to solicit

An officer responded to the 800 block of 18th Street for a male soliciting door-to-door without a permit. The officer contacted two subjects in the area soliciting. They did not have a permit with them, but the officer confirmed with City Hall that they were permitted to solicit. They were reminded to have their permit with them.

2-vehicle collision

An officer responded to a two-vehicle collision in the 2600 block of Mukilteo Speedway. No one was injured.

Cyclist down

Officers were dispatched to a collision between a bicycle and a car at Beverly Park Road and Mukilteo Speedway. The bicyclist had some minor injuries and was transported by medical aid to Providence Regional Medical Center in Everett. The involved driver was cooperative with the investigation, as were several witnesses at the scene. The driver had apparently not seen the bicyclist crossing the driver’s path in the intersection.

Unknown dog

A caller in the 5100 block of 126th Street Southwest reported that an unknown dog was barking in his backyard. An officer contacted the owner, who retrieved the dog.

Sept. 1

Gun in the bushes

A caller reported finding a rifle in the bushes, leaning against a fence, in the 13400 block of Harbour Heights Drive. An officer determined it was a BB gun, not a rifle. It was booked into evidence as found property.

Traffic collision

While on patrol, an officer found a two-vehicle collision at 106th Street Southwest and Mukilteo Speedway. No one was injured.

Ding on a door

An officer was dispatched to a hit-and-run vehicle collision that occurred the previous night in the 11700 block of Mukilteo Speedway. The reporting party stated that the suspect’s door hit his door, causing a small ding. The driver of the other car denied causing any damage and drove away. The officer saw a minor ding on the door. The reporting party was advised to contact the insurance company.

Identity confirmed

An officer met with a reporting party to confirm the VIN on a 1930s vehicle in the 10500 block of 47th Place West.


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