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Police Beat: 9/26 - 10/2

 

Last updated 10/9/2019 at 12:41pm



Sept. 26

Passport theft

The reporting party (RP) came to the Mukilteo PD to report that his passport had been taken from his unlocked vehicle that he had left parked in the Walgreens parking lot this morning. Officer completed a report. Officer checked video surveillance of the parking lot and determined that no cameras covered where the victim had parked his vehicle. Passport was from the Congo. RP was advised to contact his government and advise them of the theft. 10200 block of Mukilteo Speedway.

My car

Officer contacted a subject attempting to gain entry into a vehicle with a coat hanger. Officer verified that the subject was assisting a co-worker who had locked his keys in his car. 11700 block of Cyrus Way.

Burglary

A resident reported that sometime between 0515 and 1600 hours the front door of his apartment had been forced open. It did not appear that anything had been stolen and there was no current suspect information. Under investigation. 12300 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard.

Sept. 27

Camp

The RP reported a homeless camp in Japanese Gulch. The officers located the camp near Wayfinding Post E3 and the camp appeared to be long abandoned. The ranger filled out a Public Works Fix-It requested to have the junk removed and notified the R/P of the resolution.

Sept. 28

Not camping

The officers responded to the location for several kids possibly setting up a camp in the park at the location. The officers identified them. They had backpacks, but did not appear to be setting up a campsite. They moved on a short time after speaking with officers. 4900 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard Southwest.

Burglary

The officer responded to a burglary at a house under construction at the location. Under investigation. 900 block of 2nd Street.

Sept. 29

Hitchhiking

An officer spoke with a homeless male hitchhiking in the area. He said he was trying to get to work. 2400 block of Mukilteo Speedway.

Sept. 30

Theft

The SRO investigated the theft of money out of two backpacks in the girls locker room that occurred last week. A suspect was identified and the case will be sent to the juvenile prosecutor. 2600 block of Mukilteo Speedway.

Burglary

Officer contacted the RP at his residence in regards to a burglary report of his garage. The RP stated that sometime within the last week, someone entered his garage (unknown how) and took several tools. The case is under investigation. 13300 block of 44th Avenue West.

Oct. 1

Double Ws

The RP requested an area check for a gold Buick he thought was suspicious due to it having a Washington front license plate and a Wisconsin back plate. It was last seen north on Mukilteo Speedway. It was not located. 84th Street Southwest and Mukilteo Speedway.

Part of the show

Two callers reported hearing a possible gunshot and "loud bang" in the area. The Flying Heritage and Combat Armor museum was reported to be firing the gun on a Sherman Tank three times as part of a demonstration around the time of the calls. 12100 block of Concord Way.

Got away

Officers assisted SCSO with containment after a male fled on foot during a burglary. The male was not located during the K-9 track. 2900 block of 120th Place Southwest.

False alarm

Officers checked on an alarm at the residence and found the home to be secure. 1100 block of 2nd Street.

Oct. 2

Learning moment

Dispatch advised of a 911 open line with nothing heard. Upon call back to the number, the RP advised that her young daughter had gotten to the phone and pressed the emergency button. An officer contacted the RP and confirmed there appeared to be nothing suspicious. The officer spoke to the child about the use of 911 and provided the child a police sticker.

Going, going, ganja

While on patrol at the Lighthouse Park, the officer located a suspicious 2005 Acura. The two were found to have recently been smoking marijuana and they turned over a small amount of marijuana to the officer. One subjects’ brother responded to the location to drive the two subjects home. The Acura was left at the location to be retrieved in the morning. The officer spoke with the female subjects father who agreed that the subjects brother could drive her home. The marijuana was confiscated and booked into evidence. 600 block of Front Street.

Dumpster diving

Officers were dispatched to a report of two subjects in a construction site for the past 20 minutes. The subjects were climbing inside a dumpster and using the porta potty in the parking lot. Officers contacted two subjects who were "dumpster diving". They admitted they didn't have permission to be in the dumpster or to take anything from the dumpster. They returned the items they had removed and left with warnings about trespassing and theft. 12500 block of Mukilteo Speedway.

 

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