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Police Blotter | Nov. 22 - Dec. 1


December 4, 2019

Nov. 22

Hide the evidence

A caller requested an area check for a vehicle with a loud muffler parked in front of the location checking cars and mailboxes. There had reportedly been a string of vehicle prowls and mail thefts in the area recently. While checking the area, an officer located a dark blue 2011 Chevrolet Blazer parked and occupied by three subjects. As officers contacted the occupants of the vehicle, a piece of unopened mail was located on the ground just outside the front passenger door. The subjects were detained and released.

Nov. 23

Baskets of merchandise

Two subjects shoplifted two baskets of merchandise from the Walgreens. The subjects ran away on foot with the merchandise. A passerby reported chasing the subjects behind the library, where the baskets were ultimately found. The stolen property was returned to Walgreens.

Nov. 24

Stealing and loitering

A 7-Eleven clerk requested an area check for a male loitering in the area and refusing to leave. The subject had reportedly stolen DVDs from the store two hours prior. An officer located the subject a couple blocks away on 84th Street SW. He was found in possession of the stolen DVDs and placed in custody for theft.

Nov. 25

Road rage

A caller advised that she witnessed a female get out of a vehicle and yell something about killing someone and then go into the YMCA. Officers contacted the female at the YMCA. She was upset from a road rage incident that occurred earlier. She had calmed down and there were no problems.

Nov. 25

Vehicle vs. bicyclist

Officers responded to a vehicle vs. bicyclist collision. An adult male on a bicycle rode through an intersection against the red traffic signal and was struck by a vehicle. The bicyclist rolled onto the hood of the vehicle and broke the windshield, but stated he was uninjured. He was evaluated at the scene by aid and declined treatment.

Nov. 26

Post-it notes

A caller reportedly began rambling to the 911 operator about "post it notes," a parking spot, and a neighbor's life not being in any danger. The call taker attempted to clarify what was being reported and the caller became upset and hung up. Officers determined the caller was concerned about a suspicious vehicle in the parking lot, which was determined to be a driver for a food delivery service.

Nov. 26

Domestic rabbits

A woman wanted to turn over "domestic rabbits" to the police department. She had found the rabbits in Lynnwood near the Alderwood Mall and brought them back to her apartment. Police told the woman that PAWS would not accept rabbits and she was advised to take them to the Everett Animal Shelter.

Nov. 28

Food and respect

Officers responded to a report of a male and female arguing inside their apartment. Officers contacted a couple who had been arguing about food options and respect for each other. The incident was verbal only and no crime had taken place. The male agreed to go for a walk until both parties calmed down.

Nov. 29

Fashionable dog on the loose

Officer checked the area for a dog wearing a red sweater running loose along the Mukilteo Speedway.

Nov. 30

One cent difference

A 7-Eleven cashier reported a female at the business refusing to leave. The female was upset about a one cent discrepancy in the price of some wine. She decided to leave without the item.

Nov. 30

App gone wrong

Officer responded to a civil complaint at the Jack in the Box along the Mukilteo Speedway. A subject had order $3-4 dollars worth of food online through a third party app. The staff said they did not get the order through the app and refused to make the food. He showed his online receipt and became upset when they still refused to make his food. The business manager ended up calling the district manager and they agreed to provide the food.

Nov. 30

Trespassing at new terminal

Officers responded to the new ferry terminal for a report of subjects trespassing and trying to open the door of a job shack around 3 p.m. No one was located when officers arrived.

Nov. 30

Ding dong ditch

Officers were initially dispatched to a report of two males possibly prowling in the area. Two men had rung the caller's doorbell and then drove off quickly in a dark colored vehicle. The vehicle was not found.

Dec. 1

Summoning Poseidon

Two separate callers reported a religious group preaching near the ferry terminal with loud megaphones.


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