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Police Beat: 9/19 – 9/25

 

Last updated 10/2/2019 at Noon



Sept. 19

Assault

Dispatch advised of an assault in-progress at the bus stop near the library. Multiple witnesses reported that a male was assaulting a female by throwing her body up and down and pulling her by the hair. Officers contacted the two subjects who appeared to be untruthful about the events that had transpired and said that no assault had taken place. After speaking with multiple witnesses, officers ultimately arrested the male subject for assault 4 - domestic violence and he was booked at the Snohomish County Jail. 4600 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard.

That’s nasty

An officer investigated a cold malicious mischief report at the Carvel Apartments. The victim found dog feces smeared on her car and believed that her neighbor, who she had confronted about picking up after his dog the previous day, was responsible. The leasing manager provided possible suspect information and officers will attempt to contact him when he returns home from work. 4500 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard.

Poor seal

A park ranger checked on a report of an injured seal near the bathrooms at Lighthouse Park. The information was passed on to the NOAA Marine Mammal Health Response Program. 600 block of Front Street.

Vehicle prowl

The reporting party (RP) reported that their vehicle had just been prowled and a suitcase stolen. The suspect reportedly broke a window on the RP's vehicle in order to gain entry and fled in a dark colored suburban type vehicle. The driver side rear window was shattered and spark plug ceramic fragments were found on the ground below the window. The suitcase reportedly contained about $700 worth of clothing. The only suspect information is of the vehicle described as a black SUV seen driving southbound at a high rate of speed. 8600 block of 54th Place West.

Sept. 20

Like a good neighbor

RP found mail belonging to his neighbors in the street. Mail was returned to the neighbors. 5400 block of 88th Street Southwest.

Sept. 21

Bike theft

Officer was dispatched to the location for a bicycle theft. The RP advised that sometime overnight someone took a bicycle from his balcony area. The RP did not have a serial number and there are no suspects at this time. 4500 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard.

Yikes

The officer was dispatched to an area check for a handgun in the roadway. The handgun was located and it was determined it had fallen off the back bumper of a boat trailer as the driver was preparing to board the ferry. The owner was notified the gun had been found and was told it could not be released to him tonight. It was booked at the PD for safekeeping. 600 block of Front Street.

Sept. 22

Shoplifting

Officers responded to Rite Aid for a shoplift that had just occurred. RP advised a male with a black backpack and yellow hood had just taken beer and candy and fled the store southbound on the Mukilteo Speedway near Jack in the Box. Officers located the male at the Bank of America and arrested him for theft 3. The male was booked into the Snohomish County Jail without incident. 11700 block of Mukilteo Speedway.

Weed wars

Officers responded to a disturbance. A subject and her roommate were arguing over some missing marijuana, a misplaced wallet, and various ongoing issues. It was determined there had been no crime tonight and the roommate called a friend to transport him elsewhere for the night. 4400 block of 80th Street Southwest.

Burglary

A security guard reported that about an hour earlier he had been notified of an alarm at Economy Fence. He discovered that some fence slats had been broken/pulled away along the fence line. Officers checked inside the business compound and did not find anything obviously out of place. Officers tried contacting a subscriber but were unable to reach anyone. A message was left on the business line providing the case number and requesting contact. 11700 block of Cyrus Way.

Sept. 23

Hit and run?

The RP reported that she came out of class and noticed that there was some damage to her car that was apparently caused by another car hitting her car. The officers completed a report and will review video footage to try to find the suspect. 10900 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard.

Silly dogs

Officers were dispatched to a basement glass breakage alarm at a residence. Upon arrival, the officers found all windows and doors appeared secure. Nothing else appeared suspicious and two large dogs were visible inside the basement that likely set off the alarm. 5100 block of 99th Street Southwest.

Sept. 24

Indecent exposure

A school bus driver reported an incident of indecent exposure. The bus driver provided a suspect vehicle description including the license plate number. The subject was booked at Snohomish County Jail for indecent exposure (felony). Harbour Pointe Boulevard and Mukilteo Speedway.

Assault

Officers were dispatched to a complaint of a verbal argument occurring at the location with pounding noises also heard. The RP also reported a history of domestic disturbances at the location. Officers contacted a female subject and a male subject. Subsequent to their investigation into the disturbance, officers arrested the female subject for domestic violence assault 4th Degree. She was booked at Snohomish County Jail. 4800 block of Sterling Way.

Sept. 25

Cock-a-doodle-doo

Officer responded to a complaint of a rooster at this address. Officer attempted contact at the residence and there was no answer at the door. Officer left a door hanger requesting contact from the owner. 4800 block of 103rd Place Southwest.

Test, test

A passerby reported hearing an alarm at Olympic View Middle School. The fire department opted to respond as the only alarm being tested was at Mukilteo Elementary. There were no problems found and the alarm was not going off when they arrived. 2600 block of Mukilteo Speedway.

 

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