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Last updated 1/13/2021 at 12:56pm

Jan. 4


1300 blk. Beverly Park Rd. A dog was hit by a vehicle and died. Officers attempted CPR, but the dog could not be revived. The owner was on the scene and transported the dog.

Malicious mischief

11900 blk. Cyrus Way. A window at City Hall was broken overnight. It appeared that someone threw something at the window, shattering the outer pane but not the inside pane.

Vehicle recovery

Lynnwood. A Mukilteo vehicle was recovered in Lynnwood. The owner went to retrieve the vehicle.


12300 blk. Harbour Pointe Blvd. A woman, experiencing chest pain, was transported to the hospital.

Abandoned vehicle

11700 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. A vehicle was parked in a lot for several weeks. Police advised the caller that the owner of the lot could tow the vehicle if they wished.


7600 blk. 44th Ave. W. A resident requested a check of a vehicle that was shining its lights into the resident’s yard. The resident was concerned that the vehicle might be casing the house. An officer contacted the two occupants of the vehicle, who said they stopped to use the restroom and were leaving.

Jan. 3

Noise complaint

10900 blk. 53rd Ave. W. A caller reported that a neighbor had a very loud truck that he let idle. An officer contacted the truck owner and advised him of the noise ordinance.

Property lost/found

12500 blk. 63rd Pl. A resident dropped off a set of keys that were found.


9800 blk. Harbour Pl. A janitor set off an alarm.

Wrong car

11700 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. A caller said that a woman approached his car and tried to open the door. Officers located the woman, who was sitting outside a pizza restaurant. She said she was waiting for her husband and friend to pick her up. She thought the caller’s car was her ride. She was given a ride to her parents.

Jan. 2

Mental health

12300 blk. Harbour Pointe Blvd. A man was experiencing mental health issues. He wanted to go to the hospital to talk to someone. His girlfriend and mother agreed to take him.


8200 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. An officer stopped a vehicle for no plates. The driver pulled into a restaurant parking lot, tried to back up into a parking space, and ended up hitting another vehicle. The damage was minor. The driver had multiple outstanding warrants but none of the jurisdictions would confirm the warrants, so he was released.

Malicious mischief

5200 blk. 88th St. SW. A resident reported the back window of his vehicle had been smashed.


8200 blk. 45th Pl. W. A resident reported receiving a package delivered by the post office that contained two sealed bags of an unknown powder. The resident said she did not order anything and did not recognize the return address. An officer collected the sealed bags and contacted the post office to see if there were other similar cases.


6100 blk. 88th St. SW. A stream was overflowing onto the roadway and going into a resident’s yard. The caller requested assistance with sandbags. Fire Department personnel responded and Public Works was notified.


8000 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. A caller reported that his vehicle had been broken into and a diamond necklace was stolen.

Noise complaint

11100 blk. Chennault Beach Rd. Apartment security reported a loud party. Police told the residents to quiet down.

Jan. 1

Vehicle recovery

5000 blk. 84th St. SW. Officers found a car with the driver’s side window shattered with the radio on. Police contacted the owner and drove him to retrieve the vehicle. The vehicle was last seen at his apartment’s parking lot in Everett.

Malicious mischief

4400 blk. 106th St. SW. A business reported a phone company box appears to have been run over or backed into, a business mailbox was damaged, and graffiti was present on the mailbox.


10100 blk. Harbour Pl. A new resident at a retirement community was unintentionally making calls.


8500 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. An intoxicated woman booked a room at a hotel but did not have her ID or credit card, so the hotel could not check her in. An officer gave her a ride to Edmonds, where she was released to her adult children.


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