Mukilteo Beacon - Your Hometown News Source

Oct. 14 - Oct. 24


Last updated 10/30/2019 at 1:54pm

Oct. 14


The reporting party (RP) requested contact because he found numerous items at the location left over the weekend. The items were of no value (mostly garbage). The RP suspects a homeless person sleeping on the business property in the tree area on the southwest side of the property (not currently there) because he found hay that appeared to be used for bedding. 11600 block of 49th Avenue West.


Officers were dispatched to the golf course to assist the fire department with a golf cart/golfer collision with one person down. Upon arrival, officers determined that a golf cart ran over a golfer's foot. The call was turned over to the fire department. 11800 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard.

Homeless camp

An officer was checking the wooded area on a report of a possible homeless camp. The officer contacted a subject who was cooperative. He was advised he could not camp at the location and agreed to leave. Harbour Reach Drive and Blue Heron Boulevard.

Lost and found

A subject turned in a wallet that was found near the QFC. The officer contacted the owner of the wallet and he retrieved it. 11700 block of Mukilteo Speedway.

Cranky kiddo

A caller reported that a downstairs neighbor was talking loudly and slamming doors. The officer made contact at the residence and determined there were no problems other than a toddler refusing to go to sleep. 9500 block of 49th Place West.

Department assist

Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office (SCSO) deputies requested that officers assist on a traffic stop at the Vantage Apartments. Officers assisted with a high risk stop on a vehicle occupied by 6 occupants that had reportedly attempted to elude SCSO. The vehicle was cleared without incident and the occupants were detained by SCSO. 12900 block of Mukilteo Speedway.

Oct. 15

Need directions

The RP reported a suspicious vehicle in the neighborhood that kept driving by a female walking in the area. The vehicle was occupied by one male. Officers located the vehicle and determined the driver was a construction worker who was lost and looking for a job site. The RP was advised. 60th Avenue West and 92nd Place Southwest.

Swim lessons

A passerby reported seeing a young juvenile female wearing a bikini get into a vehicle occupied by a white male that was parked behind the Sugar Cane business. The vehicle and subjects were not located. However, the officer confirmed with owner of the business that it was her daughter leaving with a family member to go to swimming lessons. 8400 block of Mukilteo Speedway.

Suspicious, huh?

A caller reported there had been two suspicious cardboard boxes in the middle of the roadway. The boxes were empty and moved out of the roadway next to a couple recently emptied recycling bins. 91st Place Southwest and 92nd Street Southwest.


Officers were dispatched to an area check for a suspicious male walking up and down the stairs of the apartment complex. The male was located and identified. He stated he was there to visit his uncle. A records check showed he had a misdemeanor warrant for Criminal Trespass and another for Possession of Drug Paraphernalia out of Everett. He was arrested and booked into the Snohomish County Jail. 8200 block of Mukilteo Speedway.

Oct. 16


Officers participated in the "Walktober" community event in which they joined elementary students, parents and teachers as they walked to school from the library. 4600 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard.

They really did that?

The reporting party advised that someone had dumped a big wooden play set in her parking lot. An officer called and spoke with the RP who agreed to remove the play set on her own and requested extra patrols in the area at night time. 10900 block of 47th Avenue West.

I’m late for math

The Resource School Officer contacted a trespasser at Kamiak High School and determined that he was a student. No problems. 10800 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard.


RP reported that someone had entered his home early in the morning and stole his girlfriend's credit cards and $1,500. He said that the suspect had used the credit cards this morning in various different locations. There were no signs of forced entry. The case is under investigation. 9100 block of 49th Avenue West.


The RP called to report that his locker had been broken into at the YMCA and his wallet and cell phone stolen. Upon arrival, the RP informed the officer that two of his credit cards had already been used at the Mukilteo QFC to purchase several $500 gift cards. The officer contacted both the YMCA and QFC to obtain video footage. Security footage pending. Case under investigation. 10600 block of 47th Place West.

Oct. 17

Debt dispute

The officers originally responded for a male stalking a female. Upon arrival, the officers spoke with both parties and the male indicated that he had gifted the female some money and now wanted the money back. They were advised that it was a civil issue and the male agreed not to contact the female anymore. The female was also given information on orders. 8200 block of 44th Avenue West.

Former employee probs

The RP requested a phone call in reference to an employee who had quit at noon and was told not to enter the building but who came back anyway and set off the alarm. The officer determined that the subject was an employee until he quit earlier in the day. He had been asked not to return to the business unless a business representative was present to retrieve his company property. He had come to the shop and returned his work items and set off the alarm but had not apparently taken anything or caused any other problems. No other problems were reported. 4400 block of Russell Road.


While on patrol, the officer contacted a subject in the parking lot and determined he had several outstanding arrest warrants (out of Edmonds and out of Bothell). All three warrants were confirmed and he was booked at the Snohomish County Jail. 11700 block of Mukilteo Speedway.

Car fire

Officers were dispatched to assist the FD with a car fire reportedly located 5 feet from the apartment building. The RP reported this was an arson incident and provided suspect information. Upon the arrival of officers, the building was briefly evacuated until after the FD extinguished the fully engulfed car fire. A Special Operations Division Detective responded to the scene as did a Fire Investigator. The incident is under investigation. 8400 block of 44th Avenue West.

Oct. 18

It’s loud to me

The RP advised that the neighbors were renovating their home and had a loud motor or generator running. Officers were unable to locate any noise and contacted the RP so he could clarify the location. He showed the officers where and they could hear no noise whatsoever however the RP said he could hear it. 900 block of 4th Street.

Oct. 19

Family dispute

Officers responded to a report of a father assaulting his son. Contact was made with the victim and his father. It was determined there had been a heated argument but that there had been no assault. They agreed to calm down and give each other some space for the night. 4500 block of Finch Street.

A few too many

The officer responded to the golf course clubhouse on a report of a semi-conscious female. A very intoxicated attendee of a thirty-year high school reunion was transported by aid to the hospital for treatment. 11800 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard.


Officers responded to a two-vehicle collision. Vehicle #1 was turning right onto Goat Trail from northbound SR 525 and turned too wide, striking a second vehicle that was stopped at a stop sign. The driver of Vehicle #1 was intoxicated and subsequently arrested for DUI. She was transported to Providence hospital for treatment of facial injuries and then served with a blood warrant. She was then cleared for booking and booked into the Snohomish County Jail. Mukilteo Speedway and Goat Trail Loop Road.

Oct. 20

Book him

An officer saw a subject in a vehicle at the QFC and was aware that he had a felony warrant for his arrest. Officers contacted the subject, detained him and dispatch confirmed the warrant. The warrant was a DOC Escape warrant for a Robbery charge. He was booked at the Snohomish County Jail without incident. 11700 block of Mukilteo Speedway.


The officer was dispatched to a report of a vehicle with one headlight on in the restaurant parking lot for the past hour. The caller also reported hearing banging sounds and saw some flashlights being used in the area. The officer determined the subjects were working on a plumbing issue at the restaurant. 8200 block of Mukilteo Speedway.

Oct. 21

Slick streets

A UPS Semi-Truck lost a large amount of oil (or other slick fluid) on the roadway between about the 8800 Block of Paine Field Blvd. and Chennault Beach Road/SR 525. One vehicle slid off the roadway at Paine Field and SR 525 and then there was a two-vehicle collision that occurred right behind her. Public Works responded to the location and sanded/cleaned the roadway as the officers directed traffic around the spill. There was a large delay in traffic as everything was cleared up. Officers also located another large spill on Harbour Reach from the same vehicle and notified Public Works of this spill too. Mukilteo Speedway and Paine Field Boulevard.

Oct. 22

Gun theft

The officers contacted the RP who reported that sometime during the night someone entered his locked vehicle overnight and stole his Ruger 9mm handgun. There was no damage to his car and the officer will have the gun entered as stolen. There are no suspects at this time. 1000 block of 18th Street.


While on patrol, the officer found a vehicle prowl. The victim reported that sometime during the night an unknown suspect enter his unlocked vehicle and stole an air compressor, five nail guns and other construction equipment amounting to over $2,000. No suspects at this time. 1600 block of Goat Trail Loop Road.

Oct. 23

Walktober keeps rolling

Officers participated in Walktober Wednesday with students. 4600 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard.

Leave them be

Officers were dispatched to an area check for an intoxicated male in the park bothering a group of people by one of the fire pits. Officers contacted a subject. He agreed to stop bothering people and left the area on foot. 600 block of Front Street.

Oct. 24


Officers responded to the parking garage of Staybridge for a priority theft. Employees and guests of the hotel went to check on a male passed out in a vehicle and knocked on the window. The male woke up and said "this isn't my car" and fled on foot. A guest at the hotel recognized some items in the vehicle as being his items that should have been in his (guest's) vehicle. Officers were able to catch the male running on the Speedway. He was identified. He initially told officers that the car he was sleeping in (rental car) was his. He provided written permission to search the vehicle and the stolen items from the guest were recovered and released back to the guest. The subject was booked in the Snohomish County Jail on two counts of Vehicle Prowl 2, Theft 3 and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. 9600 block of Harbour Place.

What happened here?

The RP, a passerby, reported a collision in which a car fled north. Neither vehicle was located and no one involved in a collision called. The RP didn’t answer their phone when an officer attempted to call. Beverly Park Road and Mukilteo Speedway.


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