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Police Beat: 5/24 - 5/26


Last updated 6/5/2019 at Noon

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 subjects were described as a younger male wearing a shirt with an "O" on it. The other subject was a female who the caller thought might be the male's mother. Officers checked the area and they were not located. 5100 block of 93rd Place Southwest.

Empty box

The reporting party (RP) requested contact at the police department for a cold theft report. The RP advised they ordered a memory drive on EBay and when it arrived the package was empty. The RP needed a case number to be reimbursed by EBay and the Officer completed a report.

I’m outta here

The RP requested an area check for an ongoing problem with an engine revving loudly. The officer contacted a resident who advised he had just moved his car and was apologetic for any disturbance created. The resident confirmed he is moving out by sometime in June and agreed to try and keep the noise level down. 4900 block of 88th Street Southwest.

May 25

Please park better

Officers responded to a vehicle blocking the RP's driveway. The vehicle was legally parked, but could have parked in a better spot. The officer left a business card on the windshield requesting that they do that next time. 8200 block of 46th Place West.

Ex problems

The RP called to report that his ex-girlfriend has been stealing money from his parents' accounts. The case is under investigation. 11000 block of 59th Avenue West.

Azteca is popping

The officer assisted SCSO with a report of two women screaming at each other outside the Azteca restaurant. The two women were reportedly accompanied by two young girls and there were multiple callers to 911 about the disturbance. The women were last reported walking southbound on the Mukilteo Speedway. Officers checked the area but nobody on scene reported any problems and the subjects were not located. 11800 block of the Mukilteo Speedway.


The RP reported hearing and smelling two gunshots in the area. He also stated that he did not see anything but believed the sounds came from a pistol and not a firework. The RP told the call-taker that he thinks other people would have heard the sounds. He also stated that he thought the sounds came from a vehicle though he did not see any vehicle associated with the sounds. The officer met with the RP who further advised he had heard two shots while walking in the area and saw two white vehicles leaving including one he believed was an SUV. Officers performed area checks including a check on foot but found nothing suspicious. Nobody else reported anything suspicious. 4600 block of Pointes Drive.

How dare you

Officers were dispatched to a report of a subject shoplifting inside the Rite Aid. The female suspect was described as having taken makeup and electronics items and the RP reportedly finding empty packaging in the store. Officers contacted the suspect in the store. She initially denied stealing anything but ultimately confessed and removed stolen merchandise from her pockets valued at about $172. The officer cited her for Theft 3 and issued her a trespass letter prohibiting her return to the store. 11700 block of the Mukilteo Speedway.

May 26

Tripped it

Dispatch advised of an alarm. Officers contacted construction workers at the location who did not have proper codes. The workers advised they spoke with the homeowner who is calling the alarm company to reset the alarm. 6100 block of Chennault Beach Drive.

Not Rumpelstiltskin

The RP advised they saw a subject in the area and were worried he may sleep in a nearby treehouse. Officers checked the area and the treehouse and the subject was not located. 5100 block of 126th Street Southwest.

Open doors

The RP advised their neighbor's garage door had been open for two days. Officers checked inside and found nothing suspicious. Officers tried calling the homeowner, but could only leave a message. The residence was secure upon departure. 5500 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard.

Don’t drive drunk

Dispatch advised of several calls to 911 regarding a recklessly driven gold Nissan Altima. Initial reports came from WSF employees reporting the vehicle was driving recklessly at the WSF Terminal and doing donuts in their parking lot. Another caller reported seeing the vehicle near 6th and Loveland running on flat tires and appearing to have been in a recent collision. The vehicle was last reportedly seen heading eastbound on 5th Street when the Park Ranger located it as it was pulling over on the bridge. Two subjects got out of the vehicle and officers identified them. The driver failed field sobriety tests and was arrested for DUI. The vehicle was impounded. No victim damage was located anywhere though several witnesses reported hearing a crashing noise when the vehicle was driven near the entrance to the Train Station. However, nothing else suspicious was found. 1300 block of Mukilteo Boulevard.

Drinks and donuts

The RP requested an area check for two vehicles doing burn outs and driving back and forth in the area toward the park for the past 15 minutes. The RP advised of ongoing issues with these two silver vehicles. An officer checked the area but did not locate the vehicles. The officer did locate about 10-12 empty beer bottles at the Baker's Crossing pullout.


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