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Police Beat: Oct. 25 - Oct. 30


Last updated 11/6/2019 at 1:19pm

Oct. 25

Scoot in

The officers responded to the location for a vehicle that was sticking too far out in the roadway. An officer spoke with the owner and she agreed to move the vehicle. 4400 block of 75th Street Southwest.


The reporting party (RP) is the treasurer of her son's wrestling group. She wrote two checks from the account and mailed them on Oct. 11. The payee's name on both checks had been altered and an individual attempted to cash them at the Marysville Money Tree. Case is under investigation. 8000 block of 48th Place West.


There was a baby seal on the beach at the Lighthouse Park. The officers notified the Sno-King Marine Mammal Response and they said that they had some volunteers in the area that would go check on the seal. 600 block of Front Street.


The RP requested an area check for juveniles drinking beer in a silver BMW. Officers contacted an adult male and female in the vehicle. They had some unopened wine coolers and the male admitted to drinking one earlier. They were warned about consuming alcoholic beverages in the park. 600 block of Front Street.

Domestic issue

The RP requested contact regarding an argument with his wife. Officers contacted the RP and his wife. The couple had been arguing over relationship issues. The couple agreed to leave each other alone overnight and each of them stated they would be applying for protection orders and seeking a divorce. No crime was found to have occurred and officers provided the couple with DV pamphlets. 12300 block of 55th Place West.

Oct. 26

Let them play

The RP had questions about the Kamiak Band practice and the municipal codes and the officer answered her questions. 10800 block of Harbour Pointe Boulevard.

Not cool

Officers assisted SCSO with a priority burglary reported at the Mukilteo Little League Field. Juveniles reportedly vandalized the concession area and stole some items. An officer located the suspects and a deputy completed the investigation of the incident subsequently releasing the juveniles to guardians. 11900 block of Beverly Park Road.

Loose pup

The RP turned in a dog she had found running in the road. A short time later, a dogsitter reported the dog had gotten loose from him near Walgreens. The dog was returned to the dogsitter. 10500 block of 47th Place West.


The RP reported someone broke into her garage. She reported that she was in bed and heard the garage door open and the alarm sounding. The RP also reported that she could hear someone downstairs and she was hiding in her upstairs master bedroom closet. The RP's dog was also reportedly barking in the background. Officers checked the home and found it appeared all secure and nothing appeared suspicious. The interior of the home was searched and nothing suspicious was found. 700 block of Rice Drive.

Oct. 27

Extra patrols

The RP wanted to speak to the officer about recent prowls in the area and requested extra patrols. 6100 block of 91st Place Southwest.


Dispatch advised of a 911 hang-up call from a VOIP line with a male voice heard saying "I didn't mean to call.” On call back to the hotel, the front desk staff reportedly checked with the room and the occupant confirmed the call had been a mistake. An officer contacted the subject and also confirmed the misdial. 9600 block of Harbour Place.

Oct. 28


The officer met with multiple subjects regarding a reported verbal DV that occurred Sunday night. At least one caller had concerns about what exactly had taken place and the officer spent an extensive amount of time following up on new allegations. The case is still under investigation. 11100 block of Chennault Beach Road.

Everett PD has it

The caller had questions regarding some personal property that had been seized last month. It was determined the property was in the possession of Everett PD and the caller was referred to contact them. 11100 block of Chennault Beach Road.

Oct. 29

Break time

RP requested an area check for a suspicious male walking in the area that the RP felt was casing houses. An officer located the male and he was identified. He was taking a break from an area construction job. There were no problems. 53rd Avenue West and 92nd Street Southwest.


The RP advised of a loud truck next door at the neighbor's residence. The officer made contact at the neighbor's residence and two males advised the truck was old and had not been started in a while so they started it just to make sure it would start. They agreed to turn it off. There were no problems. 10900 block of 53rd Avenue West.


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