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Last updated 2/19/2020 at 11:37am



2/11/20

Malicious

11000 Mukilteo Spdwy.

An officer responded to a cold malicious mischief report. Upon arrival, it was determined that someone had cut the chain link fence in two places on the front gate to the business. It did not appear as if entry was made into the fenced business yard.

You never know

700 Front St.

A caller reported a suspicious subject in the area. Upon arrival, it was determined the subject was a landscaper and not suspicious.

Not a landscaper

13100 Harbour Heights Dr.

An officer responded to a report of two juveniles in the neighborhood park breaking up trees and branches. The officer checked the area and did not find any juveniles or any damage to any of the landscaping.

Shooting hoops, er, the breeze

Kamiak High School

An officer visited with students at Kamiak during a basketball game.

One of those days

7900 Mukilteo Spdwy.

Officers were dispatched to the location for a report of a male kicking his own vehicle and yelling. Upon arrival, officers contacted the owner of the vehicle in the parking lot. He told officers he had been at the location to pick up a friend, but became upset when he dropped the cap to the radiator down into the engine bay after removing it to add oil. He said he confused it with the oil filler cap and was frustrated that he could not retrieve it. He admitted to yelling and kicking his car out of frustration. Officers assisted him in retrieving the radiator cap. There were no other problems and no crimes had been committed.

2/12/20

Destruction Derby

5400 Harbour Pt. Blvd.

A caller requested an area check for a cold hit & run with multiple vehicles apparently struck. An officer investigated and determined that a vehicle drove through the parking lot sometime between 9 p.m. and 7:30 a.m. and struck five vehicles without leaving any info. Two of the victim vehicles had significant damage as a result. The officer notified each of the victims and is investigating to determine if there are any witnesses or surveillance video of the suspect.

Disturbance

11700 Mukilteo Spdwy.

A caller reported a male was harassing an employee at the business. The male then left and was reportedly harassing people at the QFC gas station. The caller showed an officer a photo of the subject, and officers were able to identify him. He departed the area just prior to police arrival. No threats or damage to property were reported, and the subject was not located.

Disturbance

12900 Beverly Park Rd.

Officers were dispatched to a disturbance involving a former employee who showed up at the business to "serve" the former employer with a hand-written letter. The business asked that the subject be verbally trespassed, and the business was advised about obtaining an anti-harassment order against the subject. The subject was warned he could be arrested for trespassing if he returned, and he departed without incident.

All in a day’s work

10500 47th Pl. W.

An individual came to the PD to speak with a retired officer about life issues. He was advised the officer had retired, and he chose to speak with the responding officer about his life problems. He was visibly upset, and said he has no direction in life and wanted advise and someone to talk to. The officer spoke with him about these issues, and confirmed he was not suicidal or having any thoughts of harming himself.

My way or the highway

8800 52nd Pl. W.

Officers responded to a disturbance at the residence. It was determined that the subject, who was recently released from jail, had been arguing with his mother. There were no court orders in place and he agreed to abide by the family rules or move out.

2/13/20

Burglary

800 Front St.

A caller reported that sometime overnight someone entered the fenced construction area and stole a Spider Power Box. Additional items were stolen and/or damaged on the site.

DV

10500 47th Pl. W.

A resident came to the PD to report an incident with her 20-year-old daughter. The two reportedly had an argument last night. The woman had some red marks and bruises from the altercation. An officer will be forwarding the case to the prosecutor for review.

Fraud

10900 Villa Monte Ct.

A resident reported he received two checks in the mail for items he was selling online. Each check was made out for far greater amounts than what he was selling the items for, and he confirmed with one of the businesses listed on one of the checks that the check was fraudulent.

DUI

Beverly Park Rd/Mukilteo Spdwy.

A caller reported a man slumping in a van north of the intersection blocking the roadway. Upon arrival, an officer found the driver asleep with his foot on the brake pedal and the drive gear engaged. The officer positioned his patrol vehicle a few inches in front of the van to protect it from running into nearby traffic. The man awakened, and his van rolled forward striking the rear of the officer's patrol vehicle. (There was no apparent damage caused to either vehicle.) The officer determined the man did not appear to need medical assistance, but was investigated for DUI and arrested. The subject refused to provide a breath test and the officer obtained a blood search warrant. The officer served the warrant and booked the subject into the SCJ for DUI.

Get loafers

Mukilteo Spdwy/Chennault Beach Rd.

A caller reported a subject laying on the ground on the northbound side of the road. An officer located a subject at the location who advised he had been tying his shoe.

Public Assist

A caller in Seattle wanted an officer to contact his ex-wife as she wasn't answering the phone, and he wanted to talk to his young child. The caller sounded intoxicated and was rude to the officer. The ex-wife did not live in Mukilteo, and the call was referred to the appropriate agency. A welfare check was also requested on the male as he made vague suicidal statements.

 

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