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Last updated 2/3/2021 at 11:26am

Jan. 26


10600 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. Officers stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation and found the driver was impaired. She was arrested for DUI.


600 blk. Front St. A caller reported seeing a man at Lighthouse Park with four midget goats on a leash.

Abandoned vehicle

49th Ave. W/92nd St. SW. A caller reported seeing an abandoned truck. The ranger marked the vehicle with warning notices.

Substance abuse

4500 blk. Finch St. Police responded to a report of a found crack pipe. Officers determined that the piece of glass the caller found was part of a bong. It was disposed in the garbage.

Domestic violence

4500 blk. Harbour Pointe Blvd. A resident reported hearing a man yelling in the apartment above him. Police contacted the residents and the family indicated they were arguing about the pending move by the daughter.


84h St. SW./Mukilteo Speedway. A raccoon was hit by a car. The animal appeared to be mortally injured and was euthanized by an officer.

Jan. 25


10900 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. Police were called to investigate two people sleeping in a car. After contacting them, police determined one person had a warrant out of Bothell. She was arrested.

Public assist

10600 blk. 56th Ave. W. A resident reported a large rat problem at her neighbor’s house. The resident requested that the police remove a dead rat from in front of her resident.

Welfare check

4800 blk. 76th St. SW. A caller requested police check on a woman. Officers met with her and she told them she wanted to die. She was transported to the hospital for a mental health evaluation.


8800 blk. 45th Pl. W. A resident called about a package left in her driveway that turned out to be an empty storage container. She put it next to a dumpster, and subsequently a Puget Sound Energy employee moved it back to her driveway, probably thinking it was hers. The officer disposed of the item.

Noise complaint

5000 blk. Freeport Lane. A resident reported hearing a loud vehicle idling behind a residence. Police said the vehicle was currently not idling and advised the resident to call when the car was running.

Jan. 24

Vehicle recovery

10500 47th Pl. W. Redmond police recovered a car stolen out of Mukilteo.

You again?

9600 Harbour Pl. A hotel employee called to report that a man was watching porn in the business center. The man previously was trespassed from the location. The man was arrested and booked into jail.

Malicious mischief

6200 blk. 95th Pl. SW. A resident complained about a neighbor cutting down trees on his property. An officer contacted the neighbor, who admitted to cutting the trees. The officer said that it appears to be miscommunication about property lines.


1800 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. A caller reported two of his vehicles were broken into and a toolbox and some other items were missing.


Mukilteo Speedway/81st Pl. SW. A caller reported that another car was swerving and nearly ran the caller off the road.

Suicide attempt

800 blk. 5th St.. A crisis line worker requested a check of a woman, who expressed suicidal thoughts. Officers contacted the woman and eventually learned she had taken about 50 pills and drank a bottle of wine. She was transported to the hospital.

Jan. 23


10500 blk. 47th Pl. W. Police discovered that a stolen gun taken from an individual for safekeeping was in fact stolen.

Property lost/found

8200 blk. 44th Ave. W. A ranger located several large sheets of glass on the side of the road.


11700 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. Police contacted a woman following a complaint about someone banging on car windows and acting erratically. The women declined aid, and officers provided her with a blanket and bus pass.


9900 blk. Harbour Pl. A man called police after a former girlfriend followed him, and was preventing him from leaving his car. The woman needed to be physically restrained at one point, and eventually was arrested.


700 blk. 5th St. The fire department transported a man to the hospital, and informed police that his vehicle was going to be left overnight at Lighthouse Park.


5000 blk. 81st Pl. SW. A man was transported to the hospital. He reportedly was experiencing opioid withdrawal.

Noise complaint

9000 blk. 48th Pl. W. A caller complained about her neighbor revving up the engine of his vehicle and shutting it down. The man said he was sleeping in the vehicle and running the engine to keep warm. He agreed to quiet down.


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