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Last updated 4/7/2021 at 4:53pm

April 1

Assault

7600 blk. 49th Pl. W. A woman attempted to contact a former boyfriend, but instead argued with his sister, who came out to tell her to leave. According to the sister, the woman said she was going to run her over with her vehicle. The woman then drove towards her. The vehicle did not strike the sister. The ex-girlfriend denied that she tried to run over the sister.

Suspicious

4900 blk. 99th Pl. SW. During a possible shoplifting incident, police contacted the occupants of a vehicle. One of the individual was identified as a suspect wanted by Mountlake Terrace police. The suspect was turned over to Mountlake Terrace police.

Nuisance

800 blk. Front. St. A caller reported some kids were placing cones in the roadway. The suspects later put the cones back where they had taken them from.

Prowl

4900 blk. 102nd Pl. SW. A resident reported seeing someone in her son's vehicle. Police subsequently observed the suspect in a different vehicle. That vehicle took off at a high rate of speed. Police initially tried to stop the vehicle, and did not elect to pursue it. Other police agencies were notified. The son's vehicle was missing a subwoofer and car computer.

Theft

12300 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. A caller's car was broken into, and tools were stolen.

Assault

5000 blk. 84th St. SW. A man said he got into an argument with his girlfriend's mother, and she slapped him on the side of his face.

Suspicious

10800 blk. 52nd Pl. W. A resident saw a man in her backyard, who then climbed over her fence to a neighbor's property. Multiple witnesses told police that the man was running through the neighborhood, jumping fences and entering backyards. Police apprehended the man with the assistance of a resident. The man was arrested for criminal trespass and booked into jail. He had some shaved keys in his pocket.

Public assist

10100 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. A caller locked their keys in their car, while the vehicle was still running. Officers gave the individual a ride so they could obtain a spare key.

March 31

Suspicious

9300 blk. 61st Ave. W. A resident alleged that a 13-year-old boy was throwing rocks at her residence.

Suspicious

11900 blk. Cyrus Way. A caller reported seeing two men near his business. The men allegedly were trying to break into the business.

All together now

Mukilteo Speedway/Goat Trail Rd. When police responded to a report of a disabled vehicle, they arrived and found other motorists helping to move the vehicle off the roadway.

Property lost/found

10500 47th Pl. W. A resident wanted to turn in a BB gun.

Welfare "check"

3900 blk. Harbour Pointe Blvd. SW. A caller indicated that a man was yelling at customers at a business. The caller said she was worried about the declining health of the suspect. The man allegedly was cutting out Publisher Clearing House checks from magazines and attempting to cash them.

You're in trouble

12300 blk. Harbour Pointe Blvd. A caller said a vehicle with two male passengers was driving recklessly in the parking lot. Police contacted the driver, who admitted he was driving up the driveway quickly. Officers spoke with the driver's parents, who wanted him to come home immediately.

Alarm

10600 blk. Marine View Dr. During an alarm investigation, police found an unsecure door.

March 30

Domestic violence

900 blk. 2nd St. Police responded to a report that a man kicked in the front door of his brother's residence. While police speaking to the two individuals, one of the brothers kicked his brother in the stomach. The brother was arrested and booked into jail.

Pedestrian struck

82th St. SW./Mukilteo Speedway. A vehicle hit a pedestrian. The driver apparently did not see the pedestrian, who was treated for minor injuries.

Nuisance

3900 blk. Harbour Pointe Blvd. SW. An employee said that someone was sleeping in the staircase of a hotel. The individual turned out to be a guest of the hotel.

Mental

3700 blk. Harbour Pointe Blvd. SW. A man with mental health issues made almost 100 calls to the non-emergency line.

Burglary

8500 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. A manager reported a burglary in progress in a vacant guest room. Police found the window screen to a room had been cut open. Police eventually located two suspects, one of which was arrested for burglary. While en route to jail, the suspect began hyperventilating and was taken to the hospital before being booked at the jail.

Welfare check

4600 blk. Harbour Pointe Blvd. A caller requested a welfare check on a young girl. Police said she and her 12-year-old brother were checking out books from the library and had permission from their parents to be there.

March 29

Hit and run

700 blk. Front St. A resident reported that their vehicle was hit while parked.

Behavioral health

10500 blk. Marine View Dr. A father reported that his son, who is bi-polar, was having a manic episode. The son became physical and pushed his father. Since the son was a danger to himself and others, he was detained and transported to the hospital.

Disturbance

8500 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. Employees at a hotel said a woman guest was acting belligerent and screaming about a missing phone. The woman, who refused to speak to officers, was told that the hotel wanted her to leave her room.

Domestic violence

8200 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. A man allegedly was assaulted by a woman.

March 28

Hit and run

9500 blk. 49th Pl. W. A hit and run collision occurred.

Noise

4700 blk. Charter Ln. A resident reported neighbors being loud and slamming doors. Police contacted the neighbors, who denied there were any problems.

Traffic

5000 blk. Harbour Pointe Blvd. Officers moved a tree that had fallen down.

Theft

7200 blk. Picnic Point Rd. Snohomish County Sheriff's officers requested assistance for a vehicle prowl suspect. The suspect was not located.

March 27

Noise

11100 blk. Chennault Beach Rd. Someone complained about people being loud while they were moving out of an apartment. It turns out people were moving in, and the moving company was late in arriving. The movers agreed to be quiet and use the rear entrance to finish.

Robbery

10500 blk. 47th Pl. W. A woman said she was robbed by three young men while walking along Harbour Point Blvd. SW. and Possession Way. She said the men pushed her to the ground and stole her wallet that contacted $100. Police are investigating the incident.

Vehicle recovery

12800 blk. Beverly Park Rd. A vehicle stolen out of Lynnwood was recovered in a grocery store parking lot.

Theft

11900 blk. Cyrus Way. A window of a car was broken but nothing appeared to be missing in a vehicle prowl.

Civil

600 blk. 3rd St. A resident said her neighbor was throwing cigarettes into her yard.

Trespass

1600 blk. W. Mukilteo Blvd. A caller reported seeing a man walking on the railroad track. BNSF police talked with the suspect, who reportedly was laying down on the tracks at one point.

Parking

11600 blk. E. Oakmont Dr. A van was parked facing the wrong direction. Police marked the tires.

Trespass

6200 blk. 95th Pl. SW. A caller said that a neighbor is putting potted plants on an easement and is trespassing.

March 26

Traffic

Mukilteo Speedway/Harbour Pointe. A caller said four kids were hanging out of the window of a SUV. Police could not locate the vehicle.

Domestic violence

900 blk. 2nd St. A resident said he was assaulted by his brother, and that he was throwing burgers at him. The brother was arrested.

Fraud

6600 blk. Waterton Cir. A woman said someone claiming to be an ICE agent said if she didn't pay $5,000 they were going to come and arrest her. She bought several gift cards and provided information about them to the caller. She also wired the person money through her band. She sent a total of $6,460 to the individual.

Noise

3900 blk. Harbour Pointe Blvd. SW. A caller said one of the guests in another room was being loud. The guests said that the caller was the one being loud. Police advised both to keep the noise down.

Suspicious

10900 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. A man said that his friend came up from behind him and grabbed his butt twice. The man then punched his friend in the chest. He wanted the incident documented.

Theft

4400 blk. Russell Rd. An employee reported that two company trucks had been prowled. A window was broken in one vehicle and a lock had been cut in the other. Another business also reported a vehicle prowl.

Theft

9600 blk. Harbour Place. A vehicle was prowled and a bag containing golf shoes and balls was stolen.

Theft

9200 blk. 46th Ave. W. A battery from an RV was stolen. The caller also said someone keeps leaving feces in her yard.

 

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