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Police Beat: Oct. 3 - Oct. 10

 

October 16, 2019



Oct. 3

Collecting samples?

The officers responded to the location for several subjects collecting seawater. They were not located. The Ranger will follow up with the company about this Park Code violation. 600 block of Front Street.

Theft

The officers responded to the 92nd Street Park for a vehicle prowl that just occurred. The suspects took her purse and cell phone. Officers located a likely suspect associated with a vehicle right after the victim’s credit cards were used and the suspect fled on foot. Officers set up containment and attempted a K9 track, but the suspect was not located. The officers later learned that there were likely three total suspects. The vehicle was impounded pending a search warrant. 4900 block of 92nd Street Southwest.

Road rage

The reporting party (RP) came to the PD lobby to report that a subject pulled a knife on him along the Mukilteo Speedway about 5-10 minutes earlier as a result of some sort of road rage incident. Day shift staff were tied up on another in progress incident and a night shift officer followed up with the RP later. The case is under investigation. 5300 block of 127th Street Southwest.

Chores

A neighbor reported lots of screaming. The caregiver at the location also called 911 and reported that two residents were arguing over chores but that no violence had occurred and the parties were now separated and calming down. Officers arrived to find all involved were now calmed down. The involved residents had argued over responsibilities for chores but no violence occurred. The caregiver agreed she could safely care for the residents and was apologetic for the disruption caused to the neighbors. 12300 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard.

Oct. 4

Nap time

The RP, four hours prior to calling to make a report, found a transient male sleeping in his unlocked garage. He asked the male to leave and he did without incident. Nothing was disturbed inside the garage. The officer documented the incident. 700 block of 5th Street.

Just ferry traffic

WSP received a call about heavy ferry traffic with "cars going everywhere." They had no one available to respond and requested Mukilteo PD check. The call was cleared patrol information but the officer checked on the way to a parking complaint and he did observe any problems. 600 block of Front Street.

Domestic dispute

Officers were initially dispatched to a physical domestic between RP and her boyfriend. Both subjects were very intoxicated and had been arguing over relationship issues. During the argument the boyfriend knocked a wine glass off the table with his hand, breaking the glass and cutting his hand. He also knocked a picture off the wall. There had not been any type of an assault and the subject had not made any threats towards the RP. 1600 block of Highland Terrace.

Domestic violence

Officers responded to a report of domestic violence and were flagged down by a female in the parking lot. Her husband was also contacted nearby. It was determined that the husband was upset with the female for arriving home later than expected. He was arrested and booked into the Snohomish County Jail for Assault 4 DV. 4700 block of Pointes Drive.

Oct. 5

Transport

Officers were dispatched to an area check for a female sitting on the side of the roadway crying. Officers located a very intoxicated female. It was eventually determined she had been dining with her husband and a group of friends at a restaurant. She began arguing with her husband and she walked off. At some point she stumbled and hit her head. She was evaluated by aid and ultimately given a courtesy transport home along with her son and husband who had been in the area looking for her. 800 block of 3rd Street.

Oct. 6

Pee and run

RP requested contact for a Chihuahua that walked in the front door and urinated. The dog then left. The ACO was unable to locate the dog. 1600 block of Lumley Avenue.

Theft

The 7-Eleven cashier reported that a few minutes prior to calling 911, a white male age 20-30 and wearing a red hoodie left the store without paying for some items. The male left in an unknown direction in a vehicle. The license plate number provided by the cashier returned to a blue 1986 Honda Accord reported stolen out of the county. Officers checked the area for the vehicle and neighboring agencies were advised but the vehicle was not located. Case is under investigation. 12700 block of Mukilteo Speedway.

Oct. 7

Suspicious

The RP reported hearing a subject outside a neighbor's house talking loud and fast on his phone about violence, breaking into the house and meth use. The subject was reportedly alone in a vehicle parked in the neighbor's driveway. Officers contacted a male and a female in the vehicle who confirmed they were waiting for their friend who lived at the residence. The male subject had a non-extraditable warrant out of San Juan County. Officers were unable to confirm that any criminal activity was occurring. 8900 block of 48th Place West.

Get outta here

Officers were dispatched to a security guard report of a group of friends arguing and causing a disturbance in the parking lot. The group were reportedly yelling but otherwise not engaged in any violent behavior. Upon the arrival of officers, the RP reported no assault had occurred and the group had calmed down and departed the area. The group matched the description of an earlier group involved in the disturbance at Extended Stay but this was not confirmed. No additional complaints were received about the subjects and officers had no further contact with any of the group overnight. 11700 block of Mukilteo Speedway.

Oct. 8

Armed robbery

The officers were dispatched to the area after multiple callers reported that a subject had fired a gun after robbing two suspects that had been walking. An officer checked the area and a K9 track was conducted, but the suspect was not located. There were several follow-ups throughout the day as officers canvassed the area and multiple 911 callers reported seeing a similar subject at various locations at various times. The cases are still under investigation. 92nd Street Southwest and 53rd Avenue West.

Oct. 9

Walktober

Officers walked to school with Columbia Elementary students for Walktober. 4600 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard.

Oct. 10

A lot going on here

Officers were dispatched to the Jack in the Box drive thru for a possible intoxicated driver smoking marijuana in a silver Chevy Malibu. According to the RP there were several people in the vehicle passing the marijuana around as they smoked it. There was also a small child in the backseat. Officers arrived and saw the vehicle leaving the drive thru. The vehicle had a cancelled title. Officers stopped the vehicle and contacted the driver. Officers could smell the odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle and the other adult occupants admitted to smoking marijuana. They were all identified, including one subject with a warrant. The warrant was confirmed and she was booked at the Snohomish County Jail. The officer performed a sobriety test on another subject and determined she was not impaired. She was cited for driving with a suspended license and several other infractions. The license plates were taken off the vehicle and placed into evidence at the PD. The subject’s mother responded to the scene and gave the subject and her young child that was in the vehicle a ride home. The case will also be sent to CPS. 11700 block of Mukilteo Speedway.

 

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