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Last updated 2/10/2021 at Noon



Feb. 3

Civil

9300 blk. 61st Ave. W. A resident told police that a neighbor was cutting down her hedges and painting the trunks with poison to keep them from growing back. Police told the resident the issue was civil. The property line was in dispute, and it is not known who actually owns the hedges.

Public assist

600 blk. Front St. A caller had questions about dogs being off leash. Officers told the caller to report issues to the non-emergency number.

Suspicious

10600 blk. 47th Pl. W. A resident saw two people exchange a small package and leave in separate vehicles. The resident suspected it was a drug deal, and requested extra patrols.

Theft

8400 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. A drunk man allegedly paid for some beer, but then stole a lighter and left on foot toward the ferry. Police did not locate the suspect.

Feb. 2

Public assist

10500 blk. 47th Pl. W. An officer and embedded social worker helped transport a man to Everett so he could update his identification and continue to receive food stamps.

Theft

4600 blk. Campus Pl. A business reported that scrap metal was stolen from one of its dumpsters.

Fraud

8500 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. A hotel called to say that one of its employees found a bag of identity documents belonging to multiple individuals. An officer collected the material, which appeared to be used for fraudulent purposes.

Suspicious

11800 blk. Harbour Pointe. Golf course staff requested extra patrols, as it is believed people are entering the property at night and driving golf carts.

Property lost/found

8200 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. A caller reported seeing a bag that he believed was suspicious. The officer checked the bag, and determined it was garbage.

Feb. 1

Follow-up

10500 blk. 47th Pl. W. A resident dropped off a firearm for safekeeping. The gun belonged to the resident’s brother, who had been arrested for domestic violence.

Malicious mischief

4600 blk. Harbour Pointe Blvd. A window at the library was broken.

Jan. 31

Malicious mischief

5700 blk. 86th Pl. SW. Mailboxes were broken into, and mail was found on the roadway.

Welfare check

9700 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. A man was reportedly seen walking down the road, talking to himself.

Property lost/found

10500 blk. 47th Pl. W. Credit cards were found by a resident.

Domestic violence

13000 blk. 47th Pl. W. A man was arrested for harassment and assault after threatening to shoot his girlfriend. He also pushed and tried to punch his brother. Two firearms also were confiscated from the suspect.

Suspicious

8400 blk. Smugglers Cove Ln. A resident saw someone take a package off the porch of a neighbor. The neighbor belonged to a Facebook buy nothing group, and was expecting someone to come take a bag she placed on the porch.

Suspicious

200 blk. Lincoln Ave. A resident reported seeing three individuals, who appeared to be prowling vehicles. Police did not locate the suspects.

Jan. 30

Shots heard

2200 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. A caller heard a single gun shot. Officers contacted a resident, who was using a paintball gun, and two duck hunters, who said they were hunting ducks on Puget Sound.

Noise

5000 blk. Freeport Ln. A caller reported an ongoing problem with loud vehicles.

Jan. 29

Malicious mischief

4600 blk. Harbour Pointe Blvd. A rock was thrown through a window in the library.

Theft

8400 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. A caller reported that two suspects attempted to break into an equipment trailer. Part of the lock was sawed off, and there was damage to the trailer. There is possible video footage of the incident.

Abandoned vehicle

12000 blk. Possession Way. An abandoned vehicle was ticketed and marked.

Theft

11700 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. A woman said she forget her wallet at the grocery store. She said the last time she saw the wallet it was in a shopping cart. She already cancelled all of the credit cards.

Fireworks

13300 blk. 47th Pl. W. A resident reported hearing fireworks being lit off.

Noise

4600 blk. 88th St. SW. A caller reported hearing a barking dog. When officers arrived they found the dog owner attempting to catch the dog, who gotten out of the house. The owner caught the dog, and took it back inside.

Jan. 28

Warrant

12700 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. While on patrol, police arrested a man in a gas station parking lot. The suspect was listed as a violent offender, and had a felony warrant for escape community custody with no bail.

Malicious mischief

4600 blk. Harbour Pointe Blvd. For the fourth time, a window was broken at the library.

Collision

Harbour Heights Pkwy/Harbour Pointe Blvd. A caller reported that a truck stopped in front of him and backed up into his vehicle. The truck drove away. A witness thought it was road rage incident.

Jan. 27

Person lost/found

4600 blk. Camden Pl. A resident reported his mother, who suffers from dementia, had left the house on foot. Officers found the woman near a school and drove her home.

Animal

1100 blk. 2nd St. A resident had questions about a cat that had been in the resident’s yard for 30 minutes.

Assault

12500 blk. Harbour Reach Dr. A caller reported an assault that occurred at work.

Information

12500 blk. Evergreen Dr. A bail enforcement agent called to let police know he was about to force entry into a residence in order to apprehend an individual.

Traffic

Beverly Park Rd./Mukilteo Speedway. A caller requested an area check for multiple vehicles racing, and described the issue as an ongoing problem.

Happy birthday

5300 blk. Harbour Pointe Blvd. A caller reported hearing a lot of “happy yelling” going on throughout the week. An officer contacted the residents, who were having a birthday celebration. They agreed to keep the noise down.

Suspicious

1600 blk. Goat Trail Rd. A resident reported seeing a man looking into vehicles, who left when he saw the resident. The suspect, who was riding a bike, was located a few blocks away. He didn’t have a good explanation for what he was doing in the area. The suspect was given directions to his alleged destination, which was Lynnwood.

 

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