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Last updated 12/23/2021 at 11:35am

Dec. 16

Welfare check

11700 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. A caller said a vehicle was revving its motor in the parking lot. An officer contacted the occupant, who said he was homeless and trying to keep warm in his vehicle. The man was provided resources.

Theft

12300 blk. Harbour Pointe Blvd. A caller said their vehicle was broken into overnight and items were stolen.

Theft

6000 blk. 102nd St. SW. A resident said a package was stolen off her porch overnight. She requested extra patrols in the area.

Theft

3900 blk. Harbour Pointe Blvd. SW. A caller said a vehicle in the parking lot had a broken window. The window was intact at the start of the officer's shift. The officer was unable to locate the owner, but left a business card on the vehicle.

Dec. 15

Suspicious

12300 blk. Harbour Pointe Dr. A school employee said a group of youths were running through the school. An officer arrived and found out that some boy scouts were meeting.

Theft

10200 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. A caller reported the theft of merchandise by a man. Police were unable to locate the suspect.

Missing parking pass

4500 blk. Harbour Pointe Blvd. A resident reported her vehicle had been stolen. The vehicle actually was towed by the apartment complex for not having a parking pass.

Theft

4400 blk. 85th Pl. SW. A resident reported his vehicle had been prowled sometime during the night. A window was broken and stereo equipment was stolen.

Traffic

4700 blk. 92nd St. SW. A caller reported a vehicle was driving erratically and speeding. The officer did not locate the vehicle.

Theft

5800 blk. Saint Andrews Dr. A package was reported stolen.

Suspect released

8000 blk. 40th Ave. W. A caller was upset to learn the courts had released a burglary suspect from jail.

Warrant

11200 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. While on patrol, an officer contacted an occupied vehicle. One of the people was identified as having a warrant out of Mountlake Terrace. He was booked into jail.

Animal

2600 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. A resident's dog got loose and was wandering near a school parking lot near where some children were playing. An officer secured the dog and returned it to the owner's residence.

Dec. 14

Sleeping it off

75th St. SW./46th Ave. W. A caller reported seeing a man sleeping in a truck. Police contacted the man, who said he was at a party the night before and drank too much. He said he did not want to drive, so he parked to sleep it off. The man was warned about DUI laws.

Rockin' out

1500 blk. 1st St. A caller said a man was smoking marijuana and listening to loud music in a SUV. Police contacted the man, who was not under the influence, and he agreed to turn down the music.

Burglary

3700 blk. South Rd. A caller said someone cut the gate to enter a business' property.

Parking

12200 blk. Double Eagle Dr. A resident complained about a vehicle parked on the grass and said it should be ticketed. Officers checked on the vehicle, which was not blocking the sidewalk or the roadway. No violation was observed.

Collision

10200 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. Store employees said a man stole some alcohol and left in a vehicle. Police located the vehicle in the parking lot, and the vehicle subsequently fled the location. Police tried to stop the vehicle, but it squeezed through two vehicles on the road, striking one hard enough for cause the front passenger tire to become disabled. The suspect vehicle continued to drive with the bad tire, which began to smoke. Officers eventually discontinued the pursuit due to heavier traffic on Highway 99. Officers checked the area for the vehicle but were unable to locate it.

Assault

7400 blk. 46th Ave. W. An assault that occurred a month ago was reported.

Substance abuse

11700 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. A caller said a man was sitting and using narcotics. The caller wanted the man to move along, which he did.

Assault

11700 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. Grocery staff said a man threw food at them from a shelf and then left the store. A staff member asked the man to leave the store as he was wandering in there for a long time. The man then allegedly threw a punch that did not connect. The man was not at the store when police arrived.

Domestic violence

5300 blk. Harbour Pointe Blvd. A woman said her husband was becoming violent and had thrown the dog across the room. The husband left the residence. The woman said she and her husband had been arguing about financial matters and that no physical altercation occurred. The dog, she said, was slid across the floor. The woman said she would be staying with relatives for the night.

Dec. 13

Substance abuse

8200 blk. 44th Ave. After a trash can was knocked over, a caller noticed a bunch of needles on the ground. Officers collected one syringe and disposed of it.

Suspicious

11700 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. A caller said a woman was asking people if they wanted to buy heroin. Police contacted the woman, who denied the accusation.

Theft

4900 blk. 82st Pl. W. A resident said her vehicle was entered overnight, and a pair of sunglasses was missing.

Parking

44th Ave. W/88th St. SW. A resident said a van was parked somewhere it should not have been. Police determined the vehicle was on private property, and belonged to a resident at an apartment complex across the street.

Theft

10200 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. A supervisor of a business accused an employee of stealing prescription pills.

Burglary

3800 blk. South Rd. A caller reported a man cut the chain on a gate to his business and drove in the yard. It did not appear anything had been stolen.

Dec. 12

Suspicious

8000 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. A caller noticed damage to the drop box at the post office. Police said it did appear someone attempted to gain access to steal mail or packages. The remaining packages were taken for safekeeping until someone could be reached at the post office.

Theft

9600 blk. Harbour Pl. A caller said a man stole ice cream from a business. Police located the suspect, who was eating the ice cream. Employees said they did not wish to pursue charges, so the man was released. The manager later called back and said he did want to pursue charges if the suspect was located. He was not located again.

Suspicious

SR-526/84th St. SW. A caller said she heard what sounded like vehicle drag racing. Police did not locate any racing vehicles.

Theft

17000 Mukilteo Speedway. A caller said an individual ran out of the store with a car full of items they did not pay for. The vehicle was a suspect in several other similar incidents.

Search warrant

8000 blk. 40th Ave. W. Police planned an arrest operation to get a burglary suspect to the location in order to arrest him on multiple charges. The suspect did come to the location and was arrested.

Open the door, it's me

400 blk. 88th St. SW. A resident called after hearing someone banging on her front door. The woman was hiding in her closet. The resident then discovered it was her boyfriend at the door.

Theft

11700 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. A man stole an iPad from a business. Police did not locate the suspect.

Welfare check

8500 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. Hotel staff were trying to evict some guests and discovered several young children were left unattended. Police found that a 6-year-old boy had been left in charge of his 1-year-old sister and six-month old sister for about two hours. He told officers he watches his sisters almost every day for several hours while his parents are away. The parents returned to the hotel and were informed that under no circumstances could that ever happen again. Information was forwarded to child protective services.

Suspicious

11700 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. A caller said someone approached them and offered to sell them heroin.

Theft

11700 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. A man stole a three-pack of shower caps. The store declined to press charges, but asked that the man be trespassed from the store.

Suspicious

Clover Ct./Clover Ln. A resident claimed to hear a woman screaming outside. Officer did not locate anything suspicious.

Nuisance

11100 blk. Chennault Beach Rd. A caller said someone was setting up a tent and camping chair in the middle of a parking lot. Police did not locate any suspicious activity.

Dec. 10

Theft

5100 blk. 81st Pl. SW. Two vehicles were prowled, but nothing of significant value was stolen.

Theft

5000 blk. 81st Pl. SW. A caller reported the theft of a catalytic converter and several other parts of a vehicle.

Burglary

8000 blk. 40th Ave. W. A storage unit was burglarized.

Fraud

8400 blk. Naketa Ln. A resident gave personal information to someone claiming to be from the Amazon Fraud Department. After providing the information, the resident noticed about $10,000 of fraudulent purchases from her Amazon account.

Traffic

Mukilteo Speedway/5th St. Someone reported a ferry line cutter. The call was referred to the Washington State Patrol.

Burglary

8000 blk. 40th Ave. W. Two burglaries were reported.

Domestic violence

4800 blk. Pointes Dr. A woman said her husband punched her in the face. The man was arrested and booked into jail.

Dec. 9

Theft

11600 blk. 60th Pl. W. A caller said someone was attempting to open packages in mailboxes and mail lockers. Police contacted the individual, who was just checking their mail.

Suspicious

2nd St./Park Ave. A resident said someone was walking around the area near the mailboxes and the caller was concerned about mail theft.

Disturbance

5300 blk. Harbour Pointe Blvd. A resident claimed his neighbor tried to push him down the stairs. Officers determined no crime had been committed and that the two neighbors had argued with each other. Both were advised to stay away from each other.

Property lost/found

900 blk. Front St. A man said he tracked his stolen cellphone to the location, but he had not reported it as stolen from Paine Field. He was told by police he needed to report the phone as stolen before police could take any action. The man later called back and said he called his phone and told the person who answered that the police were on the phone. The man told the other person to leave the cellphone in the bathroom. He went to the bathroom and located his cellphone.

Suspicious

11400 Mukilteo Speedway. A caller was concerned a man was trying to break into coin machines at a car wash. Police contacted the man, who had been going through the trash cans. He said he would wash his car and leave.

Dec. 8

Theft

13400 blk. Pacific Point Ln. A resident said their vehicle was broken into overnight.

Theft

4600 blk. Campus Pl. A Leica Laser valued at $29,000 is missing from a warehouse.

Theft

10500 blk. 47th Pl. W. A resident was tricked into wiring $59,000 into an illegitimate account.

Suspicious

300 blk. Cornelia Ave. A resident said a man knocked on her door and argued when he was told to leave. Police contacted the man, who claimed he was setting up business appointments for solar energy. The man did not have a solicitation permit and was told to cease activity and leave t he area.

Theft

11700 Mukilteo Speedway. An employee reported that a woman stole about $50 of items and put them in her purse.

Animal

Chennault Beach Rd. A vehicle hit an owl in the roadway. The driver moved the dead animal out of the roadway.

Theft

5000 blk. 84th St. SW. A resident reported the theft of a catalytic converter.

Theft

3600 blk. South Rd. A caller said her vehicle had been broken into and her purse was missing. One of her credit cards was used at a store in Lynnwood.

Public assist

Harbour Pointe Blvd. An officer contacted a man at a bus stop, who said he had no way to get home and his cellphone was dead. The officer gave the man a ride back to the station, where he charged his phone and he called someone to pick him up.

Dec. 7

Collision

Mukilteo Speedway/1st St. A vehicle's battery died. While a man was attempting to push the vehicle out of the lane, the vehicle rolled back into the guard rail causing some damage.

Smore's home

4500 Harbour Pointe Blvd. A caller found a loose dog.. Officers were able to locate "Smore" with his owner.

Burglary

5100 blk. 93rd Pl. SW. A residential burglary was reported.

Burglary

8000 blk. 40th Ave. W. A storage unit was burglarized.

Theft

10800 blk. Harbour Pointe Blvd. A lap was stolen from a school.

DUI

6300 blk. Chennault Beach Dr. A vehicle drove off the road into a ditch. When officers arrived, the driver was passed out. He was cited and taken to the hospital.

Trespass

11700 blk. Cyrus Way. In response to a disturbance report, police located a man yelling and screaming at himself in the woods. He was issued a formal trespass notice for the property.

Nuisance

8300 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. A caller said a woman stopped in a parking lot and dumped three large garbage bags of trash in a parking stall. When he confronted her, the woman left.

Harassment

5300 blk. Harbour Pointe Blvd. A resident said two of her neighbors started screaming at her when she went out to walk her dog.

Dec. 5

Parking

Double Eagle Dr./Harbour Pointe. A resident advised people of a vehicle parked at the location for three days. Police placed a warning notice on the windshield.

Malicious mischief

10900 blk. 53rd Ave. W. A caller reported graffiti on a fence.

Suspicious

10900 blk. 47th Ave. W. A caller said a group of youths had a bucket with a fire inside of it. Officers contacted three individuals, who were doing asphalt work at the location. They were using a torch to heat up the sealant. No fires were seen.

Order violation

800 blk. 3rd St. A caller said a man was violating a no-contact order and described the vehicle he was driving. While en route to the location, officers located the vehicle and turned around to follow it. The driver went down a private driveway and crashed the vehicle into a retaining wall. The driver admitted to being the party involved in the no-contact order, and he was arrested for violating the order.

Bad timing

2600 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. A man showed up to pick up a friend's vehicle after he was just arrested for violating a no-contact order. The man appeared to be under the influence, and police checked his driving status. Police discovered he had an active felony escape warrant. He was taken into custody, and later transported to the hospital for medical reasons.

Suspicious

13000 blk. Beverly Park Rd. A caller said two people were possibly prowling around a business. Police checked the area and recognized several items near a fence that had been stolen from a previous burglary.

Burglary

11800 blk. 59th Ave. W. A resident arrived home to discover his house had been burglarized and the power to the residence had been cut. Police said several rooms had been ransacked. About $25,000 in jewelry and $1,000-$2,000 in cash was taken

Noise

11100 Chennault Beach Rd. A resident said he heard screaming and pounding coming from another apartment unit. Police contacted the other resident, who said she was home alone listening to music. She said she screamed because she was excited when she was on the phone. The woman agreed to keep the noise down.

Disturbance

3900 blk. Harbour Pointe. A caller said a man at the front desk was harassing guests and being argumentative. He said he could see a knife in the man's pant leg, and he wanted the man to leave. Police contacted the suspect and told him he needed to leave. The man apologized for his behavior and said he was going through some tough times. Police provided resources, which the man accepted.

Suspicious

11600 blk. Cyrus Way. Officers contacted a man walking in the area. Dispatch advised the suspect had a DUI warrant and he was arrested.

Dec. 4

Parking

4th St./Lincoln Ave. A caller alerted police to a vehicle parked in a handicapped spot without a placard. An officer issued a parking ticket.

Collision

Mukilteo Speedway/Harbour. Two cars were involved in a collision. The at-fault driver was elderly and appeared to be having a medical issue. The driver was picked up by their daughter.

Special delivery

300 blk. Lincoln Ave. Officers assisted with traffic control and escorted a man in a red suit to a holiday event at Rosehill Community Center.

Suspicious

5700 blk. 92nd Pl. SW. A resident said a garage door and back window were open at a vacant house. Police checked the house and found the front door unlocked. No signs of forced entry were found. The house appeared to be for sale. Officers were able to secure the doors.

Dec. 3

Suspicious

11700 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. Officers contacted a suspicious vehicle and discovered the driver was using narcotics. Police confiscated a tooter and drugs. The driver was issued a second deferral.

Overdose

4700 blk. 84th Ave. W. A caller said her boyfriend was possibly overdosing as his lips were turning blue and he was not breathing. Officers arrived before the fire department and administered Narcan and began CPR. The man was revived and transported to the hospital.

Domestic violence

7700 blk. 46th Pl. W. A man said his dad pushed him. Police determined no crime had been committed and the two agreed to stay away from each other for the night.

Suspicious

9300 blk. 61st Ave. W. A woman found footprints in her yard and said she thought the neighbor kids were harassing her.

Fire

900 blk. 11th St. A resident reported his neighbor was outside yelling at his kids and throwing things around. The neighbor said his son had several friends over for a bonfire, and they thought it would be a good idea to throw gasoline on the fire. As a result, the fire grew bigger.

Dec. 2

Theft

11400 Mukilteo Speedway. A caller reported the theft of a catalytic converter from a vehicle.

Animal

900 blk. Front St. A caller found a dog playing in the mud. The animal control officer scanned the dog for a microchip, but was unable to locate the owner. The dog was transported to PAWS.

Candid camera

5100 blk. 92nd St. SW. A resident called to express her concerns about her landlord placing cameras on the property pointed toward the front porch.

Peeping tom

4400 blk. Russell Rd. An officer stopped to contact a person peering through a fence. The officer determined the individual worked at a business and was trying to find a place to park since their normal spot was full.

 

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