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Last updated 4/28/2021 at 1:43pm

April 22

Harassment

11700 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. A woman reported that her former boyfriend was harassing her via the phone. There were no threats and no order in place between the two. The officer provided information on how to obtain a no-contact order. Police talked with the boyfriend, who agreed to stop calling the woman.

Suspicious

600 blk. Front St. A caller reported seeing several teenage females swimming in the Puget Sound, and was worried about their safety. Police confirmed they were fine.

Domestic violence

4700 blk. Charter Ln. A woman reported that her boyfriend assaulted her and choked her during an argument. Police talked to the suspect, who agreed to come into the police station to talk. The man was arrested when he arrived

Order violation

600 blk. Front St. Police identified a woman in a vehicle as a protected party in a no-contact order. The passenger was later identified as the respondent in the court order. Police arrested the man for violating the no-contact order.

Suspicious

2400 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. A woman was walking on the speedway when she was hit by a popsicle. She was not injured and the woman speculated that it more likely kids trying to be funny rather than an intentional assault.

Disturbance

900 blk. 1st St. Police assisted the state patrol with a woman who allegedly was refusing to pay for a ferry ticket. She said she already paid and was not going to pay again. Officers paid for the woman's $2.75 ticket, and she boarded the vessel.

Suspicious

9300 blk. 61st Ave. W. A resident said that her neighbor was throwing rocks at her house. Police did not see any rocks being thrown.

April 21

Domestic violence

11800 blk. Harbour Pointe Blvd. A woman said she lied to officers earlier when they were investigating a domestic violence incident. She said she was assaulted by her boyfriend, who took away a knife she had armed herself with, and cut her arm with it.

Domestic violence

4700 blk. Park Dr. A resident reported hearing yelling and banging from a neighboring unit. Police talked to a couple, who said they had been arguing. The man said he was leaving to stay in a local hotel for the night.

Noise

5300 blk. Harbour Pointe Blvd. A resident said there was a TV with the volume turned up at her neighbor's apartment. The TV was turned off before police arrived.

Suspicious

11900 blk. Cyrus Way. A caller reported seeing a man walking around with a machete in his hands. Police could not locate the individual.

Malicious mischief

10900 blk. 47th Ave. W. A window was shattered on a work vehicle.

Theft

1100 blk. 2nd St. A resident reported the theft of $91,000 of jewelry. The victim, 91, recently noticed her jewelry collection was gone, but nothing else was missing.

Disturbance

3800 blk. Harbour Pointe Blvd. SW. Store employees called about a man causing a disturbance and harassing customers. Police contacted the suspect as he was walking away. He said he was upset he did not have more money on his bank card.

Theft

1400 blk. Goat Trail Loop Rd. A resident reported the theft of mail order prescriptions.

Suspicious

900 blk. Front St. A man contacted Washington State Ferries and wanted a free ride to Clinton. He was told he had to pay, and then subsequently became upset and left several garbage bags of belongings. He told ferry staff that they were their problems now.

April 20

Theft

11700 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. A man stole beer and water, and fled on a bicycle. Police were unable to locate the suspect.

Assault

11100 blk. Chennault Beach Rd. A resident said that another man had threatened him with a handgun. The suspect allegedly confronted the resident's adult son in the parking lot for playing loud music. The resident then got into an argument with the suspect, who then allegedly lifted up his shirt, showing the handgun. The suspect did have a valid concealed weapons permit license and denied making any threats with the gun or pulling the gun out. He did admit to lifting his shirt to show the gun. The handgun was taken as evidence.

Animal

2600 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. A dog was reported running loose.

Malicious mischief

4100 blk. Harbour Pointe Blvd. SW. An employee reported damage to a business' garage. Damage was estimated at over $19,000.

Theft

8500 blk. 46th Pl. W. A resident said a package was taken from a mailbox. Other neighbors reported open mailboxes at the same time of the incident.

April 19

Traffic

4700 blk. Harbour. A father and daughter were crossing the street near the fire station, and reported that a vehicle accelerated and almost hit them.

Disturbance

84th St. SW./Mukilteo Speedway. A caller reported a man on a bicycle was yelling at passing cars. Officers contacted the man, who appeared to be intoxicated. He said he was riding his bike to the transit center.

Suspicious

4800 blk. Harbour Pointe Blvd. A man at a bus stop said he has smoked some marijuana and was not feeling good. Aid transported the man to the hospital.

Noise

10700 blk. 64th Pl. W. A caller said someone was doing auto bodywork and making loud metal grinding noises. Officers checked the area and did not hear any of these noises.

Civil

5500 blk. Harbour Pointe Blvd. Police were called about a dispute between neighbors that concerned potted plants being moved by one party.

Threat

5000 blk. 84th St. SW. A woman said she was receiving threatening phone calls from a man. A domestic violence no- contact order exists between the woman and man. The woman said the man had been over at the apartment the last few day. The officer referred a charge for the violation of the no-contact order.

Turn the TV down

5300 blk. Harbour Pointe Blvd. A resident said her neighbor had the TV on too loud. Police investigated and were not able to hear any loud noises.

Traffic

8900 blk. 49th Ave. W. A caller said a manhole cover had been moved and fell into the sewer. Public Works was notified, and they contacted the water district.

April 18

Substance abuse

11000 blk. Harbour Pointe Blvd. A caller said a man was toasting pedestrians with a beer. Police contacted the man, who agreed to leave the area.

Nuisance

9600 blk. Harbour Pl. Two men were seen rummaging through the trash in a parking garage.

Nuisance

8400 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. An employee called about 15 to 20 teens congregating in the parking lot. Police contacted the road and they agreed to leave.

Traffic

5400 blk. Harbour Pointe Blvd. A driver said he was driving 5 to 10 miles slower than the 35 speed limit because of having food in the vehicle. He alleged that he was being tailgated by another vehicle.

Traffic

11400 blk. Cyrus Way. While on patrol, an officer noticed a family of ducks trying to cross the road, and cars swerving to avoid them. The officer stopped and escorted the ducks across the roadway.

April 17

Suspicious

13100 blk. 47th Pl. W. A caller said a woman got out of a vehicle and urinated on the sidewalk. Police could not locate the vehicle.

Traffic

11700 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. While on patrol, police located an intoxicated man walking in the middle of the roadway. Arrangements were made to have a relative give the man a ride home.

Suspicious

8000 blk. 47th Pl. W. A resident reported several mailboxes were open, and appeared to have been prowled.

Domestic violence

4200 blk. Russell Rd. A man and were arguing after the man created an online dating profile to make his girlfriend jealous.

April 16

Fireworks

5th St./Mukilteo Blvd. A resident said people near the train tracks were lighting off fireworks..

Domestic violence

4800 blk. Harbour Heights Dr. A man called police after a woman assaulted him. The man had cuts/marks on his throat and arms. The woman became combative when cuffed by police and kicked an officer.

Property lost/found

4600 blk. 80th St. SW. A resident received mail belonging to people in Everett. The mail was dropped off at the post office for redelivery.

Domestic violence

11800 blk. Harbor Pointe Blvd. A woman said her boyfriend was breaking objects. The woman was intoxicated and indicated the argument was verbal, and the boyfriend broke his own property. The man agreed to stay at his mother's residence.

 

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