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Police Beat: 6/24 - 7/4


Last updated 7/10/2019 at Noon

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 woods on the southwest corner of the intersection and walked through the construction area. When advised not to enter the area, the male became verbal with the workers. Subject was not located. Cyrus Way and Harbour Pointe Boulevard.


Officer responded to Sage and Cinder Vegan restaurant for a suspicious report. Upon arrival, it was determined that the reporting party (RP) found several dead rats in his dumpster and thought that someone placed them their to harass him. Officer completed a report. 600 block of 5th Street.

Boy Scouts

RP requested an area check for an abandoned utility trailer left in front of the RP's house for about a week. RP requested it be removed. Upon arrival, the officer determined that the trailer was registered to the Boy Scouts of America and it was legally parked. 4700 block of 81st Place Southwest.

June 25

Inappropriate, not criminal

RP had been walking her dog on the public street and stopped at a location across the street. The homeowner came outside and was verbal with the RP. Both the RP and homeowner exchanged words and another neighbor came outside to see what was occurring. No crime occurred and RP wanted the incident documented. Officer tried to explain to the RP and her boyfriend that although what the homeowner did was inappropriate, it was not criminal. 1100 block of 3rd Street.

Anyways, here’s Wonderwall

Officers were dispatched to a report of a male playing a guitar at the 92nd Street Park who appeared to be trying to get juveniles to walk over and talk to him. The male told officers he just wanted to get people to sing along with him and was not intending on committing any crimes. He left after speaking with officers. 92nd Street Southwest.

June 26


Two homes were egged. Extra watch requested. 11800 block of Possession Way and 6000 block of Saint Andrews Drive.

June 27

Vehicle prowl

Occurred at Baycourt overnight – a pair of shoes, gold chain and cologne is missing. No suspects at this time. 11100 block of Chennault Beach Road.

June 28


While on a suspicious call, an officer was flagged down by an elderly male bleeding from both hands. Upon contact, it was determined that the male had been working on a remote controlled airplane when his phone rang. When he went to pick up the phone the airplane powered up and cut both hands open. The male had been attempting to walk to the Everett Clinic so as not to anger his wife by bleeding in the car. Aid transported the male to the clinic. Possession Way and Pointes Drive.

Going, going, ganja

A caller reported that subjects associated with a black BMW in the parking lot were possibly smoking marijuana. The subjects were not located. 10800 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard.

June 29

Leave the birds alone

The caller reported that three intoxicated subjects had been yelling at her children. The subjects were reportedly yelling at the kids because they were upset with them for chasing seagulls. The parties agreed to stay separated. 600 block of Front Street.

Relationship issues

Officers responded to a possible physical domestic violence incident involving a male and female in the parking lot. Contact was made with a male subject and his wife. The couple was having a loud, animated fight over relationship issues. The argument did not become physical and the male opted to leave for the night. 12300 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard.


Officers responded to a suspicious circumstance report at Pacific Pointe Plaza. An alarm monitoring company reported seeing someone on video inside Sound Family Chiropractic smashing things onto the ground. When officers arrived, they found two exterior doors that were damaged. One had been pried open and the other had a lock removed. A search inside revealed that both the chiropractic clinic and a dance studio next door had been ransacked. The case is under investigation. 11800 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard.

June 30

Illegal in Muk

An officer responded to a fireworks complaint. The person using fireworks agreed to stop and not light anymore. 4700 block of 84th Street Southwest.

July 1

Be gone

Officers responded to a solicitor on her porch that would not leave. He left at the officers' request. 10600 block of 57th Place West.

Hot Wheels

Officers were dispatched to assist the fire department with a vehicle on fire in the parking lot of Smart Service. The vehicle was fully engulfed but the driver (single occupant) was out of the vehicle. The vehicle was heavily altered with performance modifications and it is possible that these contributed to the vehicle catching fire. The driver said he was driving south on the Mukilteo Speedway when his car began to smoke. He said he pulled into Smart Service parking lot (the shop that modified his vehicle) where he parked to check on it when it burst into flames. A second vehicle parked unoccupied next to it received mild damage from the heat. The fire department extinguished the fire and the officer took an informational report. 11300 block of Mukilteo Speedway.

July 2

We’re family, it’s cool

The officer was dispatched to a possible burglary in progress. The RP reported seeing two male subjects with backpacks dropped off at the location by a vehicle that used a small handheld device to enter through the garage door.The two subjects turned out to be the homeowner's son and grandson who were visiting from out of town and had the garage door remote. 10900 block of East Villa Monte Drive.

July 3


The RP requested a phone call regarding a male pulling a knife on him 30 minutes prior to calling 911. Officer contacted the RP and he advised another male was upset at him while they were at 7-Eleven because he was on his cell phone. The male attempted to fight him and when he would not fight the male pulled a knife. The RP advised he would respond to PD later to file a report. 12700 block of the Mukilteo Speedway.


The officer was dispatched to an area check for fireworks. Approx. 15 subjects were warned for setting them off in the park. The officer stood by while they picked up the debris and left. 600 block of Front Street.

More fireworks

The officer responded to a fireworks complaint and discovered that a portable restroom had been damaged by a firework. The officer did not locate anyone else in the area. 4400 block of 76th Street Southwest.

July 4


Officers responded to multiple reports of fireworks. Location: All over town.


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