Police Beat: 12/1-12/9

 

Last updated 12/13/2017 at Noon



Dec. 1

Loud noises

The caller had questions regarding a noise complaint at the 12300 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard. The officer answered her questions.

Roadblock

An officer responded for an object creating a traffic hazard at the 5400 block of 84th Street Southwest. Public Works responded and removed the object.

Stolen property

A caller advised of a theft at the 10200 block of Harbour Place. Personal property was stolen.

Better luck next time

A caller advised of receiving scam phone calls. He did not fall for the scam.

Welcome home

A caller advised that her family member had returned home. The family member was removed from missing/runaway status.

Fire assist

Officers responded to assist fire with a medical emergency at the 5000 block of 84th Street Southwest. The male patient was transported to the hospital.

Shady character

A caller advised that a male subject was acting suspicious at the 12700 block of the Mukilteo Speedway. The male was contacted and then he left the location.

Fraud

The reporting party advised of unauthorized financial transactions in her name. The case is under investigation.

Critter in the attic

The caller reported hearing an animal in his attic at the 900 block of Webster Street. The officer did not locate anything.

Suspicious person

Officers responded for a suspicious male subject at the 8400 block of the Mukilteo Speedway. The subject was contacted and given a courtesy transport to another location.

Dec. 2

We’d love to help, but…

The caller advised of suspicious activity in Redmond. She was advised to report the incident to Redmond PD.

Minor collision

An officer responded for a collision at the near Beverly Park Road on the Mukilteo Speedway. The officer determined there was no damage to the vehicles and assisted the drivers with exchanging information.

Burglary

Officers responded to a burglary at the 3900 block of Pacific Place. The case is under investigation.

Welfare check

The caller requested a welfare check of a man at the 10400 block of Marine View Drive. Contact was made with the male subject and there were no problems.

Department assist

Officers responded to assist the fire department with a female who needed medical attention. The fire department transported her to the hospital.

Department assist

An officer responded to assist the fire department for a fire at the 700 block of Rice Drive. It was determined to be flames coming from a kitchen appliance and was quickly extinguished.

Department assist

Officers responded to assist the fire department with a male subject in need of medical attention at the 4600 block of Pointes Drive. He was transported by aid to the hospital.

Parking concerns

The caller advised of illegally parked vehicles at the 1400 block of East Horizon Drive. One vehicle was illegally parked and it was moved.

Dec. 3

Dude, where’s my car?

While on patrol an officer contacted a male who could not locate his vehicle at the 11700 block of the Mukilteo Speedway. The officer was able to determine it was impounded in Everett. He was advised of the vehicle's location.

Relationship problems

The officers responded for a verbal domestic dispute at the 4400 block of 80th Street Southwest. A male and a female were arguing about relationship issues. There was no assault.

Vehicle recovery

While on patrol the officer located an unoccupied stolen vehicle out of Snohomish County Sherriff’s Office jurisdiction at the 3900 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard Southwest. The registered owner responded and the vehicle was turned over to him.


Domestic violence

Officers responded for a domestic disturbance at the 4400 block of 80th Street Southwest. A female assaulted a male. She was arrested and booked into the Snohomish County Jail.

Suspected DUI

An officer responded for a report of a possible DUI driver at the 12700 block of the Mukilteo Speedway. The driver was contacted and there were no problems.

Domestic dispute

Officers responded for a report of a domestic disturbance at the 4900 block of 99th Place Southwest. A male and a female were arguing and there was no assault.

Dec. 4

Vehicle theft

The reporting party advised that his vehicle was stolen from the 12000 block of Possession Way. The vehicle was entered as stolen.

Lost dog

The caller reported finding a lost dog at the 8400 block of the Mukilteo Speedway. The dog’s owner was contacted and picked up the dog.

Strange bank activity

A caller advised of fraudulent activity on her bank account. The case is under investigation.

Suspicious vehicle

A caller advised of a suspicious vehicle at the 1500 block of East Horizon Drive. There were no problems and the vehicle was parked legally.

Happy holidays

The reporting party advised of a package theft at the 8800 block of 45th Place West.

They work, I swear

The reporting party advised the traffic signal was not functioning properly at the intersection of Beverly Park Road and the Mukilteo Speedway. The officers checked the lights and they were functioning normally.

Vehicle recovery

While on patrol an officer located a reported stolen vehicle. The registered owner retrieved the vehicle.

Dec. 5

Abandoned vehicle

An officer responded for a suspicious vehicle at the 13300 block of 46th Place West. The vehicle was registered to a local residence and there were no problems.

Barking dogs

The caller advised of barking dogs at the 10300 block of Marine View Drive. The dog owner was contacted and advised.

Vehicle prowls

The reporting party advised that two vehicles were prowled at the 5400 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard.

Package theft

The caller advised that delivered packages were stolen from the 9100 block of 44th Avenue West. The case is under investigation.

DUI crash

An officer responded for a collision at the 600 block of Front Street. A driver was arrested for DUI.

Dec. 6

Vehicle theft

The reporting party advised that her vehicle was stolen from the 4500 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard. The vehicle was entered as stolen.

Disabled vehicle

An officer responded to the intersection of Cyrus Way and Harbour Pointe Boulevard Southwest for a blocking disabled vehicle. The officer assisted the motorist with getting the vehicle off the roadway.

Vehicle prowl

The caller advised that personal property was stolen from his vehicle.

Just doing my job

The caller advised of a suspicious male subject at the 4800 block of Sterling Way. The officer contacted a delivery worker who was at the wrong location. There were no problems.

Strange calls

The reporting party advised of receiving suspicious phone calls.

Vehicle prowl

The caller advised that personal property was stolen from his vehicle at the 12300 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard. The case is under investigation.

Disabled vehicle

An officer assisted a driver of a disabled vehicle at the intersection of Chennault Beach Road and Harbour Pointe Boulevard. A private tow responded and moved the vehicle.

Poor kitty

The caller advised of an injured cat at the near 76th Street Southwest. It was not located.

Lost and found

The caller released found personal property to an officer. The property was booked as found property.

Dec. 7

Vehicle prowl

The caller advised that personal property was stolen from his vehicle at the 12300 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard. The case is under investigation.

Stop calling me!

The reporting party advised of receiving suspicious phone calls.

Injured cat

The caller notified authorities of an injured cat near 76th Street Southwest. It was not located.

Dec. 8

Loud dogs

Caller reported a barking dog in the area for the past two hours. Officer located two dogs. Was unable to contact homeowner, and left a door hanger.

Bad dog! Very bad dog!

Officers responded to a report of a male’s finger which was severed by a dog bite. It was determined that one dog was off leash and started fighting with another dog. One of the owners attempted to separate the two dogs and his finger was bit. He was transported by aid to the hospital. The dog was quarantined in-house.


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Loud ferry passenger

Officers responded to a report of a woman screaming and yelling around the ferry terminal. Upon arrival, officers contacted employees who pointed out the woman. The woman was not cooperative and did not want assistance. She boarded the ferry without incident.


Vehicle repo

The caller advised they were trying to repossess a vehicle and the owner was causing a disturbance. Officers stood by while the vehicle was repossessed and gave the owner options on how to get their car back.

Dec. 9

911 call

The officer responded to a 911 hang up. Dispatch advised sounds of kids playing and stating their dog was missing. The number could not receive calls and the officer checked the area but did not locate anything suspicious.

Questions about missing vehicle

Dispatch advised of a hang-up call. Upon the call back, he tried to report his vehicle stolen out of Mukilteo, but he was in Stanwood. Dispatch attempted to advise him that the vehicle was listed as repossessed and that it was not stolen.

 

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