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Last updated 9/9/2020 at 12:16pm



Sept. 2

Suspicious

5th St./Mukilteo Speedway. A caller reported a man was walking and screaming in the air. An officer could not locate the man.

Property lost/found

600 blk. Front St. Public Works found a lost credit card.

Shots fired

4900 blk. 88th St. SW. A resident reported hearing two shots about 10 to 15 seconds apart. Police did not find any problems and there were no other complaints.

Suspicious

12300 blk. Harbour Pointe Blvd. A man in a SUV reportedly had been honking at some kids riding their bikes.

Theft

5400 blk. Harbour Pointe Blvd. A truck owner reported the theft of tools, jumper cables and loading strips. The truck bed cover also was damaged.

Traffic

SR-525/Harbour Pointe Blvd. Police were unable to locate a man, who allegedly was waving a stick around in the middle of the street.

Sept. 1

Traffic

Mukilteo Speedway/Lincoln Way. A driver was cited for failure to transfer a title.

Welfare

11800 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. Police responded to a report of a possible DUI in a parking lot. An officer determined that a woman was having an anxiety attack. Her father was called to drive her home.

Hazard

10200 blk. 63rd Pl. W. A resident reported that a fallen tree had knocked down some power lines across a driveway. PUD was advised and a message was left with the homeowner.

Animal

600 blk. Front St. A dog was locked in a car. An officer found all the windows were rolled down for the dog and the dog did not appear to be in distress. The owner arrived and said he left the dog in the car because he didn’t have a leash. An officer educated the owner about the dangers of leaving a dog unattended and provided a leash so he could walk the dog.

Welfare check

600 blk. Front St. An officer was called to check on a woman standing outside the ferry terminal, who was not speaking and seemed confused. The woman did not respond to questions from the officer. The officer determined the woman did not meet the criteria for involuntary commitment.

Aug. 31

Suspicious

5000 blk. 88th St. SW. A resident reported the deaths of several of his fish in his backyard. The resident wanted the incident documented and did not provide additional details.

Disturbance

8500 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. A hotel employee reported a disgruntled guest was confronting the manager. The guest was upset about changes to his room. He agreed to leave and discuss the matter with another manager.

Domestic violence

7700 blk. 46th Pl. W. Police arrested an individual on assault charges.

Nuisance

1300 blk. Mukilteo Blvd. A caller reported seeing a homeless camp. A person was contacted and indicated he would be leaving the area soon.

Alarm

8900 blk. 49th Ave. W. An officer checked the area for an audible alarm. Upon arrival, the officer heard a garbage truck backing down a driveway with its backup alarm sounding.

Theft

4900 blk. 99th St. SW. A resident reported the theft of coins from her vehicle. The vehicle was parked, unlocked in her driveway overnight.

Burglary

10000 blk. 50th Pl. W. A resident reported that someone entered his open garage overnight and took his ID and credit cards from his car. About $3,000 of fraudulent charges were discovered prior to the resident reporting his cards as stolen.

Ordinance violation

Scurlock Ln./Mukilteo Blvd. A homeless man told police he was packing up to leave. He was offered resources, which he declined.

Aug. 30

Traffic

Mukilteo Speedway/5th St. A caller reported that a vehicle was tailgating her. Officers contacted both vehicles and the driver of the vehicle behind the caller was unaware she had been tailgating the vehicle in front of her.

Ordinance violation

600 blk. Front St. A caller reported two individuals burning driftwood at the beach. An officer contacted them and they agreed to stop.

Domestic violence

5300 blk. Harbour Pointe Blvd. Police invested a report of a woman screaming. Two people were contacted and domestic violence pamphlets were given to both. They agreed to quiet down.

Animal

900 blk. 2nd St. A resident reported that her neighbors went away from the night and left their dog outside. It allegedly barked throughout the night. The animal control officer plans to follow up.

Property lost/found

600 blk. Front St. Public Works staff found cash and a credit card. The items were placed into found property at the police department.

Domestic violence

12300 blk. Harbour Pointe Blvd. Police responded to a loud verbal argument. Both parties agreed nothing physical occurred. One individual left to spend the night at a hotel to let things cool down.

Suspicious

11700 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. Police were called to deal with an alleged theft in progress at a store. When officers arrived on the scene, the employees cancelled the call because they realized from another employee that the suspect had actually paid for the items they thought he was stealing. The man left without incident.

Aug. 29

False alarm

10400 blk. Marine View Dr. Police responded to a panic alarm. The home owner indicated the button was pushed accidently.

Noise

600 blk. Front St. A caller said there were 100 people having a bonfire. An officer responded and found several park goers with small fires in approved fire pits. Most were packing up to leave.

Happy birthday

8700 blk. 54th Pl. W. Police investigated a 50th birthday party that consisted of about 20 guests. They agreed to turn down the music.

Nuisance

3800 blk. Harbour Pointe Blvd. SW. A store employee called about a rude customer, who was refusing to leave the store. Police determined there had been a dispute about payment in the store and the clerk asked the man to leave. The man agreed to leave the store.

Warrant

3900 blk. Harbour Pointe Blvd. SW. A man was arrested on a domestic violence/malicious mischief warrant in a parking lot.

Assault

8900 blk. 48th Pl. W. A suspect was arrested on domestic violence/assault charges.

Fraud

3800 blk. Harbour Pointe Blvd. SW. A store employee received a counterfeit $20 bill. The item was taken into evidence.

Aug. 28

Theft

12600 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. A caller reported the window of his car was broken by someone, who stole his laptop computer.

Noise

600 blk. Front St. Multiple calls were received about someone using a loudspeaker to talk about religion. Two individuals located near the ferry holding lanes were contacted and were reminded not to use amplified devices.

Collision

16th Pl./Goat Trail Rd. A vehicle apparently collided with a skateboarder. The pedestrian said the vehicle did not have its headlights on, while the driver said that the pedestrian had been wearing dark clothing and skateboarding down the middle of the street. The pedestrian was transported to the hospital.

Suspicious

5000 blk. 82st Pl. SW. A caller reported seeing someone going through mailboxes.

Traffic

84th St. SW./Mukilteo Speedway. Officers checked on a man, pushing a cart full of belongings. He was provided information on services but declined any help.

Animal

8200 blk. 33rd Ave. W. An officer disposed of a dead rabbit.

Whoops

6600 blk. Waterton Cir. A homeowner’s son accidently tripped an alarm.

Public assist

4800 blk. 103rd Pl. SW. A caller had questions about garbage left on her property.

Malicious mischief

4800 Deerfield Pl. A car was keyed overnight.

Traffic

Mukilteo Speedway/Paine Field Blvd. Two vehicles were allegedly racing on SR-525.

Aug. 27

Theft

13200 blk. 47th Pl. W. A suspect in a theft was arrested.

Theft

5000 blk. 70th Pl. SW. A resident reported the theft of personal property.

Theft

4500 blk. Harbour Pointe Blvd. A resident reported the theft of personal property.

Property lost/found

10400 blk. Marine View Dr. An officer took possession of some lost property.

Theft

9900 blk. 48th Ave. W. A resident reported the theft of personal property.

Theft

9900 blk. 48th Ave. W. Another person reported the theft of personal property.

Suspicious

1100 blk. 2nd St. Following a report of suspicious activity, police contact some people, who agreed to leave.

Domestic violence

12700 blk. 60th Ave. W. A man was arrested and book into jail following a domestic disturbance.

Theft

9900 blk. 50th Ave. W. A resident reported the theft of personal property.

Aug. 26

Assist

700 blk. Front St. Police assisted the fire department on a medical call. The person was transported to the hospital.

Suspicious

4800 blk. 92nd St. SW. Police contacted a suspicious woman, who left the location.

3900 blk. Harbour Pointe Blvd. SW. Police responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle. A woman subsequently was arrested on a warrant and booked into jail.

Theft

7700 blk. Island View Ct. Police responded to a report of theft of personal property.

Another theft

4900 blk. Island View Ln. A resident reported the theft of personal property.

Aug. 25

Theft

12300 blk. Harbour Pointe Blvd. Police responded a report of theft of personal property.

Another theft

1200 blk. Mukilteo Ln. A resident reported the theft of personal property.

Noise

600 blk. Front St. Police contacted some people, who agreed to quiet down.

Noise

600 blk. Police contacted several noisy people, who agreed to leave.

Aug. 24

Theft

5300 blk. Harbour Pointe Blvd. A resident reported the theft of personal property.

Malicious mischief

600 blk. Front St. Police investigated damage to some property.

1100 blk. 2nd St. Damage to property was reported to the police.

Noise

600 blk. 5th St. Someone reported hearing several loud vehicles.

12300 blk. Harbour Pointe Blvd. Police contacted a man and he agreed to quiet down.

Aug. 23

Theft

4800 blk. Hartford Way. A resident reported the theft of personal property.

Property lost/found

10500 blk. 47th Pl. W. An officer took possession of some found property. The owner was contacted.

Dog at large

50th Pl. W. /49th Ave. W. A dog that allegedly was roaming at large was found and returned to its owner.

Warrant arrest

11100 blk. Chennault Beach Rd. A suspicious man was contacted and subsequently arrested and booked into jail.

Aug. 22

Theft

11100 blk. Chennault Beach Rd. A resident reported the theft of personal property.

Sign in need of help

300 blk. Loveland Ave. A caller reported a detached sign. Police contacted public works for repair.

Tone it down

9100 blk. 45th Pl. W. Police contacted some noisy people, who agreed to quiet down.

Warrant arrest

3900 blk. Harbour Pointe Blvd. SW. A suspicious man was arrested on a warrant and booked into jail.

Malicious mischief

10200 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. A man was arrested for damaging some property. He was booked into jail.

Domestic violence

10900 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. A man was arrested and booked into jail.

Theft

11700 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. A caller reported a theft.

Aug. 21

Malicious mischief

8300 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. A caller reported damage to some property.

Welfare check

700 blk. Front St. Police made a welfare check on a man. He was not found at the location and he was entered as a missing person.

8400 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. Police responded to an alarm and discovered a burglary had taken place.

Aug. 20

Suspicious

5400 blk. 104th Pl. SW. A resident received what police believe was a scam call.

Property lost/found

600 blk. Front St. A caller reported losing some personal property.

Noise

4800 blk. Pointes Dr. Police found no problems while investigating a noise complaint.

 

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