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Last updated 2/17/2021 at 1:03pm



Feb. 11

Assist

11100 blk. Chennault Beach Rd. Police assisted the fire department with a woman, who needed medical assistance.

Suspicious

9400 blk. 56th Ave. W. A caller was concerned about a friend, who made a political post on social media. The officer suggested that the caller not follow the friend if the post made her upset.

Suspicious

4600 blk. Camden Pl. A resident reported seeing a woman leaning out of a window yelling. The officer contacted the house and spoke with the woman’s son. The woman has dementia, and the son is working with a social worker to find her suitable housing.

Suspicious

800 blk. 3rd St. A resident reported seeing a suspicious man walking around his property. The man fled when the resident confronted him. The resident noticed a generator on a wheeled cart in the parking lot. It did not belong to the resident. Police collected the generator for safekeeping.

Malicious mischief

700 blk. Front St. A Sound Transit employee noticed damage to a port-a-potty.

Suspicious

4800 blk. 76th St. SW. A woman said she was hearing voices in her head, and asked to go to the hospital. An aid unit was dispatched.

Malicious mischief

1300 blk. Mukilteo Blvd. Graffiti was found at the dog park. Several signs and gates were tagged.

Dog found

12600 blk. 52nd Pl. W. A golden retriever was found wandering around without a collar. The dog was transported to the police station, and a message was posted on social media. A dog sitter called in and said the dog got loose. The dog sitter came, and collected the dog.

Suspicious

600 blk. Front St. A caller reported seeing a vehicle following some kids. Officers contacted the vehicle, and determined the man was following his own children as they walked through a park with ice cream.

Welfare check

4600 blk. Harbour Pointe Blvd. A caller requested that police check on a known homeless man, who lives out of his vehicle. The officer contacted the man, who said he was fine and thanked the officer for checking on him.

Feb. 10

DUI

Mukilteo Speedway/121st St. SW. Police responded to a report of a suspected DUI driver. Police did not locate the vehicle.

Malicious mischief

600 blk. Front St. A city employee reported seeing graffiti on a small electrical box at Lighthouse Park.

Suspicious

8400 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. A caller complained about a suspicious vehicle parked behind a business. Police informed the caller they could tow the vehicle if they so desired.

No flowers

11100 blk. Chennault Beach Rd. A caller let police know that he unsuccessfully tried to cancel a flower delivery for an ex-girlfriend. The man was concerned the woman would call to complain, as she had petitioned the courts for a no-contact order.

Suspicious

9800 blk. Harbour Pl. A resident called to see if police needed to be informed about a computer infected with a virus. The resident was told police did not need to be informed.

Theft

5300 blk. 101st SW. A resident reported her vehicle had been prowled, and her phone and wallet were stolen.

Fraud

11100 blk. Chennault Beach Rd. A man purchased a card for $1,900 and provided the card information to a scammer. The man’s bank was refusing to refund the amount into the account.

Feb. 9

Trespass

10800 blk. Harbour Pointe Blvd. A caller requested that police check the school campus for a suspect, who was trespassing on the property. Police did not locate the suspect.

Prowl

4900 blk. 101st Pl. SW. A resident said someone broke into a locked vehicle and stole money. The resident had a video of a suspect going around to neighbors’ vehicles and trying to open doors. The suspect was not identifiable from the video.

Suspicious

10600 blk. 56th Ave. W. A caller reported seeing an open door at a residence. Officers contacted the homeowner, who told them that he was in the process of moving and must have left the door open.

Barking

8900 blk. 45th Pl. W. A woman told police she let her dogs out, and they started barking. She was concerned that someone was outside the house. Police checked the area and did not locate anyone.

Trespass

8500 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. Police arrested a man after he entered the premises of a place he previously was trespassed from.

Suspicious

4800 blk. 103rd Pl. SW. A caller said someone was walking around the property.

Good dog

81st Pl. SW./53rd Ave. W. A caller said there was a friendly dog walking in and out of the roadway. Officers contacted the owner, who was not aware the dog had escaped.

Suspicious

1000 blk. 17th Ct. A resident reported a vehicle prowl. Officers also located mail from several residences.

Feb. 8

Theft

5000 blk. 84th St. SW. A resident reported that her car alarm went off around midnight. Her car was not broken into, but a neighbor’s was.

Suspicious

5000 blk. Harbour Pointe Blvd. A school staff member said there was an occupied vehicle on school grounds. Police contacted the driver, and he was told that he could not be on school grounds during school hours. He agreed to leave.

Theft

5000 blk. 84th St. SW. A resident reported that his back driver’s side window was broken out and an empty gun safe was stolen.

Suspicious

8300 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. A caller reported receiving harassing phone calls from unknown suspects. Police advised on how to block the calls.

Property lost/found

5000 blk. 84th St. SW. A credit card that was reported stolen was located.

Assault

4600 blk. Pointes Dr. One resident punched another resident because he entered his room and climbed into his bed. Both suffered minor injuries, and both suffer from dementia.

Welfare check

12300 blk. Harbour Pointe Blvd. Officers checked on a resident, who had not been seen in a while. Packages also had been piling up outside the door. The woman said she had not been out.

Theft

11700 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. Police arrested a man, who allegedly stole several bottles of alcohol.

Collision

900 blk. Front St. Police arrested a woman, who drove through the gate at the ferry dock and crashed into a net near the ferry. The suspect smelled of alcohol and was very belligerent.

Domestic violence

9600 blk. Harbour Pl. A man said that his wife has just bit his hand and that he was bleeding. Police contacted the woman, who said her husband took her medication away and that she pushed him. She did not remember biting him.

Feb. 7

Theft

5800 blk. Central Dr. A resident found several opened packages, two license plates and mail in their driveway. Police collected the items and returned them.

DUI/Collision

4400 blk. Chennault Beach. Police responded to a report of a vehicle in a ditch with airbag deployment. Police pulled over the vehicle in a parking lot and noticed that the side airbags had been deployed, making it impossible to see out of the driver’s side of the window. The driver appeared to have been drinking and was not wearing any pants. He claimed he thrown up on his shirt and pants, so he removed his pants. He was arrested for DUI and hit and run.

Threat

10600 blk. Marine View Dr. A woman reported receiving threatening texts from her boyfriend’s former girlfriend.

Suspicious

9300 blk. 61st Ave. W. A resident reported seeing someone walking around her property with a flashlight.

Domestic violence

900 blk. 8th St. A woman said her daughter had been drinking too much. The dispatcher heard yelling in the background. Police responded, and both parties denied any violence took place.

Feb. 6

Theft

4500 blk. Harbour Pointe Blvd. A caller reported the theft of several mountain bikes.

Welfare check

9600 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. Officers checked on a man, who was laying on the sidewalk in front of a hotel. Police knew the man. He did not wish to talk to officers, and he left on foot.

Traffic

Mukilteo Speedway/Front St. An officer pushed a disabled vehicle off the roadway.

DUI

700 blk. Front St. A woman called police and was concerned her husband was going to drive away under the influence. Officers contacted the man and determined he was not impaired.

Feb. 5

Theft

4200 blk. 78th St. SW. A caller said that his work truck had been broken into, and several tools were missing.

Suspicious

5000 blk. 94th St. SW. A resident reported seeing two people climbing into an apartment through a window. Police contacted the resident, who said she had locked her keys inside.

Theft

4400 blk. 76th St. SW. A resident reported the theft of a new bike.

Domestic violence

4800 blk. 81st Pl. SW. An individual was arrested for domestic violence.

Suspicious

10900 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. A caller reported seeing about 30 people loitering in a parking lot. Officers checked the location and found the parking lot to be unobstructed.

Vehicle recovery

Mukilteo Speedway/121st St. SW. During a traffic stop, police discovered that a vehicle was stolen out of Everett. The driver was booked into jail.

Vehicle prowl

4900 blk. 101st Pl. SW. Two vehicles were prowled overnight.

Suspicious

10900 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. A large number of cars gathered in a parking lot. Many of the vehicles were modified cars. An officer stayed on the scene to discourage illegal activity, and the cars eventually left the location.

Feb. 4

Noise

8200 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. A caller said there was a loud vehicle nearby. Police spoke to the driver, whose car was idling. The officer did not hear an excessive noise.

Disturbance

5000 blk. Graham Way. A woman took her daughter’s car keys away. Both agreed to stay away from each other until they cooled down.

Threat

13200 blk. 46th Pl. W. A resident reported receiving threatening texts from multiple parties.

Noise

4500 blk. Harbour Pointe Blvd. A resident reported some neighbors yelling and hearing sounds of crashing. Police contacted the neighbors, who said the man had just had a dental procedure and had fallen because he was dizzy.

Domestic violence

11100 blk. Chennault Beach Rd. Multiple units were dispatched to a report of an assault weapon in progress. A man reported his girlfriend had pointed a pistol at him and their baby during an argument. The woman was uncooperative and belligerent when police contacted her. She eventually was detained without incident and booked into jail.

 

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