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Police Beat: 3/15 - 3/27


Last updated 4/3/2019 at Noon

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 had reportedly cut him off. The male driver was contacted and it was determined there were no problems. 600 block of Front Street.

Not fans of the ferry

Officers checked for and located a group of juveniles that had reportedly been throwing construction equipment into the water. The juveniles were identified and released to a parent. Location: new ferry terminal.

March 16

Egging them on

Officers were dispatched to malicious mischief report. The caller stated sometime overnight that eggs were thrown onto some cars. A report was taken. 11700 block of Hartford Way.

Keep it civil

Officers were dispatched to a 911 hang-up call where a male subject advised of a disturbance. The officers made contact with three subjects who all confirmed they had a verbal argument. Officers determined there had not been a physical altercation. were no other problems. 11100 block of Chennault Beach Road.

March 17


Officers were dispatched to a theft. The officer took a report. 4600 block of Camden Place.


Officers were dispatched for a physical disturbance between a male and female subject. Officers ultimately arrested the female subject for Assault 4th Degree DV and booked her into jail. 3900 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard Southwest.

March 18

Hope he’s warm

Officers were dispatched to check for a male wrapped in a blanket. He was not located. 4800 block of Ellis Way.

Well then

Several callers advised of a male lying along the side of the roadway. Officers and the fire department responded and located the male walking south on SR 525. The male was under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs. He refused any assistance from PD or Fire. Officers provided him with a bus pass at his request and he was last seen waiting at a nearby bus stop. Mukilteo Speedway and Clover Lane.

March 19


The caller reported a theft. The officer took a report. 200 block of Lamar Drive.

Children play here

Officers were dispatched to a report of several subjects on the beach playing loud inappropriate music and smoking. They were GOA. 600 block of Front Street.

Train track trespass (say that three times fast)

An officer was dispatched to a report of two subjects walking on the train tracks and climbing on a railroad signal post. Contact was made with four subjects and they were warned for trespassing. 600 block of Front Street.

March 20

My bins!

The caller had video of a vehicle striking and causing minor damage to their neighbor's garbage and recycling bins. The video was provided to the officer. 5000 block of 88th Street Southwest.

Just doing my job

The caller was concerned about a vehicle with a male inside looking at a computer screen that had been parked in the area for about an hour and half. The vehicle was a PSE vehicle with a worker inside.

March 21

Drag race

The caller was upset with the ongoing problems of vehicles speeding and racing in the area. An officer assured the caller that officers patrol the area at all hours when available. The caller was also told to call back if and when they saw the vehicles again. 1200 block of Mukilteo Lane.


Dispatch advised of a DUI vehicle in the area. While officers were en route to the address there was a second call that came in about the DUI vehicle. Upon arrival at the location officers found the vehicle and the driver who admitted to drinking and then driving. The male was arrested was transported to the hospital for a blood draw. The vehicle was impounded. The witnesses provided written statements. 900 block of 5th Street.

March 22

To Sno-Isle I go!

An officer was dispatched to check the area for a male riding a bicycle in the area that the caller thought was suspicious. The officer contacted the male who advised he was riding his bicycle to Sno-Isle. There were no problems. 9900 block of 50th Avenue West.

Party people!

Two callers reported that subjects were being loud by a fire pit in a backyard. Officers contacted the group and they agreed to quiet down. 1000 block of Goat Trail Loop Road.

March 23


A neighbor reported there were 6-8 subjects talking loudly next to a bonfire for the second night in a row. The officer met with the group, made them aware of the complaint and discussed the city noise ordinance with them. They agreed to go inside for the night and be more respectful of the neighbors. 1000 block of Goat Trail Loop Road.

Not quite a drug deal

An employee at Starbucks reported seeing a female walk up to light post, take off a cover and place something underneath the cover and leave. The employee thought it was a possible drug transaction. Officers located the item and determined it was a geocaching location. 12500 block of the Mukilteo Speedway.

March 24

Realistic looking

Officers were dispatched to the trail in Japanese Gulch for a male with an AR 15 and a female with a handgun. The caller reported the subjects had masks on. Officers walked into the area and located the subjects and determined the firearms were airsoft guns. The subjects were warned about playing with them in the area.

Wasn’t us

A caller reported that a group of people associated with a couple passenger cars were drinking and using marijuana at Lower Edgewater Park. Officers did not locate anyone at the location. However, a group was contacted at the Lighthouse Park. There were no signs of impairment and they denied having been at the other beach.

March 25


The caller advised their vehicle was broken into. The caller stated they were missing some skateboards and skating accessories from their vehicle. The rear doors on the caller’s vehicle do not function properly and the suspect(s) took the items from the back seat during school hours. 10800 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard.

March 26

Vehicle prowl

Officers were dispatched to cold vehicle prowl. Officers found the rear driver's side window was smashed sometime between 2230 on 03/25 and 0600 on 03/26. A briefcase with paperwork was stolen. Total loss approximately $500 including the shattered window. 5700 block of Sunset Lane.


Officers were dispatched to disturbance. Employees stated the customer was trying to get a bank transfer completed at the bank and was denied because the card had been flagged. The bank tried to confiscate the card and the customers became verbally aggressive by swearing and causing a disturbance. No direct threats were made and nothing physical occurred. 11800 block of the Mukilteo Speedway.

March 27

Hearing things

A caller reported hearing music in the area for the past hour. The officer did not hear any music. 4400 block of 92nd Street Southwest.

March 28

Who wants candy?

The officer was dispatched to an area check for an adult female and three juveniles selling candy door to door. The subjects had reportedly been telling neighbors different stories as to why they were selling the candy. The subjects were not located. 5600 block of 128th Street Southwest.


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