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Police Beat: 7/5 - 7/8


Last updated 7/17/2019 at Noon

July 5

Loose parakeets

The reporting party (RP) observed two parakeets in the area, but was not able to catch them. The Animal Control Officer (ACO) sent an email on what to do if they are captured. 88th Street Southwest and 46th Place West.

Department assist

Officers responded to the location to assist the Mukilteo Fire Department with a fall victim. He was transported to the hospital. 8700 block of 56th Place West.

Maybe a nap?

An officer responded to the Everett Clinic for an unconscious elderly male in a vehicle. He was checked by Fire and deemed to be fine. 4400 block of 106th Street Southwest.

Just drunk

Officers were dispatched to a report of a female "going berserk" and screaming in the front yard. Officers contacted a subject sitting in a greenhouse in the backyard who matched the description of what was provided by several neighbors. She denied being out front yelling, but was intoxicated. Officers contacted her husband who was inside the residence watching TV with headphones one. They both stated there were no problems but the subject made several statements about being upset over recent loud parties that other neighbors had around the 4th of July. 9400 block of 56th Avenue West.

Oh goodness

The RP called 911 to report that her husband was upset at her because "someone called the police on him." The officer called several times but there was no answer. The officer responded there and contacted the RP who appeared to be more intoxicated and rambled about the neighbors were trying to get "retribution" against her. 9400 block of 56th Avenue West.

July 6

Move along

Officers contacted a suspicious homeless male that appeared to be wanting to camp at City Hall. He said he was going to move on. 11900 block of Cyrus Way.

You move along, too

A City parks worker contacted a homeless male in the shelter at the Lighthouse Park and the male became aggressive with the RP. The male also was aggressive with other park users. He said he would move along. 600 block of Front Street.

Domestic dispute

The RP reported that during an argument her husband threw a glass of juice at her and waved a cutting board around. The RP thought it might hit her and then broke a chair on a joist in the house. The suspect was booked into the County jail on a domestic violence harassment charge and for an outstanding DUI warrant. 12400 block of 55th Place West.

July 7

Towed, not stolen

The RP reported that her vehicle had been stolen. The officer later discovered that her vehicle had been impounded for parking illegally. 12300 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard.

Roommate dispute

Officers responded for a verbal domestic between roommates. The RP said that his roommate ate some of his food and claimed it was her food. The RP stood in the roommate’s bedroom door and yelled at her and she took him by the face and told him to leave her room. The RP said that he was not hurt, had no marks, and was not afraid of her, but wanted the case sent to the prosecutor for review. Officers will have the case sent for review. 11100 block of Chennault Beach Road.

Just checking

The Park Ranger received a report that an adult had slapped and drug a child to a car before driving away from the area. Officers located the vehicle and checked on the welfare of the child. There were no signs of assault and the child and its sibling appeared to be in good health. 600 block of Front Street.

More fireworks, probably

Officers checked the area after one caller reported hearing gunshots east of the location. There was no evidence of gunfire, but the officers detected the odor of fireworks in the area. No one was located in the area and there were no obvious signs of damaged property. 11100 block of Chennault Beach Road.

Juveniles: Wasn’t us!

An officer checked the area and found a group of juveniles playing basketball. They denied having lit off any fireworks (see entry above), did not have any fireworks in their possession, and stated they heard the fireworks and thought they were from the apartments (On the Green). There were no signs of fireworks (debris or damage) at the school. The officer checked the apartment complex and did not find anyone lighting off fireworks or causing any other disturbance. 12300 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard.

July 8

Shots fired?

The RP requested a phone call in regards to hearing what he thought was a gunshot early this morning while walking to work. The RP advised the officer that around 3:30 that morning he heard a single gunshot in the area and wanted to know if anyone else reported it. He was advised that no other reports were received and was advised to call immediately in the future. 44th Avenue West and 76th Street Southwest.


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