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Last updated 3/16/2022 at 10:49am

March 10

Misplaced anger

13500 blk. Beverly Park Rd. A resident reported that his truck was egged sometime during the night. Dispatch said the resident was upset and cussing at dispatch. Police said they would have extra patrols at night.

Arrested

5000 blk. 82st Pl. W. A resident reported his wallet and other valuables were taken from his residence. The resident had a valid no-contact order with his roommate, who police convinced to come outside the apartment. The roommate was subsequently arrested for the order violation and also resisting arrest.

Gun found

13400 blk. 42nd Ave. W. A resident reported finding a pistol in the grass when they were mowing the lawn. The firearm, a Glock 43, was reported stolen in Everett several months prior. The resident said about four months earlier, police had been chasing someone in the area, who had fled a vehicle on foot and was eventually arrested by Everett Police. The resident believed the suspect had ditched the gun prior to being caught. The gun was booked into evidence.

Special ops

Seattle. An officer responded to a call in Seattle that resulted in the successful capture of a violent and dangerous felon.

Nuisance

4200 blk. Russell Rd. A caller said a man was sitting in his vehicle for several houses. An officer contacted the man, who did not share a good reason for being there. He agreed to leave.

Caught

Russell Rd./Cyrus Way. While on patrol, an officer noticed a man coming through some bushes from behind an industrial business. He was wearing coveralls, often associated with metal and catalytic converter thieves. After initially stopping when called by the officer, the man attempted to run away from police. He was eventually detained, and police determined he had two felony warrants and a misdemeanor. He was arrested.

March 9

Out of gas

1500 blk. 1st St. Officers saw a suspicious vehicle and contacted the driver. He had run out of gas and been there overnight. Officers assisted him in getting gas for the vehicle.

Disturbance

Mukilteo Speedway/Harbour Pointe Blvd. A caller said a man was making obscene gestures at people and at one point, exited his vehicle and threatened to fight someone. Police were unable to locate the man.

Fraud

1000 blk. 8th St. A resident reported losing $18,000 to an online scam.

Theft

5000 84th St. SW. A resident reported the theft of mail.

Candid shot

10800 blk. Harbour Pointe. A resident said he had taken a video of his genitals and posted it on Google Chat. He said someone in the chat room said they were going to post his video all over the internet unless he paid them $250. He did not pay any money.

Suspicious

8600 blk. 60th Ave. W. A resident asked police to check and see if someone was in their backyard.

Traffic

600 blk. Front St. A caller said vehicles were doing doughnuts in Lighthouse Park.

Theft

10600 blk. 47th Pl. W. Two vehicles were prowled in the YMCA parking lot. One of the victim's credit cards was used at a grocery store to purchase $2,000 in gift certificates.

Dumpster diving

4600 blk. Campus Pl. An employee called after finding a person going through the business' dumpster. Police contacted two people and informed them the business did not want them going through their dumpsters.

A long nap

900 blk. Front St. Washington State Patrol (WSP) requested help with a man reported to be sleeping in his vehicle in the ferry holding lanes. The man had slept through two boat sailings, including the last one for the night. Police contacted the man, who said he had been drinking at a concert in Seattle prior to driving to the ferry. He said he was unaware he had been sleeping for several hours. Police requested a WSP response for a DUI check (the incident is in its jurisdiction) but were advised WSP had nobody available. Officers gave the man a ride to a nearby hotel so he could sleep.

March 8

Nuisance

1500 blk. 1st St. Police checked on an RV at the park and told the driver, they could not camp at the park. The individual agreed to leave.

Theft

10200 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. Police apprehended two suspects, who allegedly stole items from a drugstore. All items were recovered and returned to the store, and the suspects were arrested.

Collision

600 blk. Front St. A vehicle collided with a short light post in the roundabout.

March 7

Theft

4600 blk. Campus Pl. A vehicle was prowled overnight.

Theft

13100 blk. Harbour Heights Dr. Two vehicle registrations were stolen from vehicles.

Collision

12000 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. A driver was cited for inattentive driving following a noninjury, nonblocking collision.

March 6

Suspicious

12600 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. A caller was concerned about a man, who approached some Girl Scouts selling cookies. The man allegedly was verbally aggressive and asking odd questions. The caller requested extra patrols.

Listen up!

12300 blk. Harbour Pointe Blvd. A parent called about her daughter refusing to listen to them. The officer spoke to the parents about some options.

Suspicious

8400 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. A caller reported two suspicious men, who allegedly were looking into vehicles. Police contacted the two, who denied the accusation, and said they were getting food.

Substance abuse

12500 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. A caller reported seeing a man slumped over in a vehicle. Police contacted the man, who was under the influence of drugs. He was told he could not drive. He called a family member to pick him up.

Disturbance

8300 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. Employees at a restaurant called to report a man was causing a disturbance and refusing to leave. The man eventually left and police contacted him at home. He said he argued about not wearing a mask and how long he had to wait for his food. He was cooperative with police and said he would not return to the restaurant.

Theft

11700 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. Two men stole beer valued at about $50.

March 5

Theft

4700 blk. 84th St. SW. A resident said a woman stole a package from his front door. Police caught up with the woman at a convenience store and she told officers the homeowner told her it was OK to take the package. The woman was issued a criminal citation for theft.

Suspicious

8200 blk. 44th Ave. W. A caller reported a man and woman were going through a dumpster. Police contacted the two and they said they were looking through the dumpster. They asked for assistance with housing and police requested the City's social worker reach out to them again.

Party party

5500 blk. 93rd Pl. SW. A resident reported a loud party in a neighbor's backyard. Officers contacted the people, who agreed to quiet down.

March 4

Theft

13100 blk. 44th Ave. W. A resident reported his vehicle was broken into, but that nothing of value was stolen.

Theft

12500 blk. Evergreen Dr. A resident reported his license plate was stolen.

Burglary

4600 blk. Campus Pl. A caller said someone broke into a business overnight.

Malicious mischief

900 blk. 5th St. A resident reported his fence had been damaged by a vehicle.

Malicious mischief

500 blk. Cornelia Ave. A resident said her fence was damaged by a vehicle about a month ago.

Animal

9400 blk. 48th Pl. W. A caller had questions about a cat that had been roaming around the area.

Theft

5400 blk. Harbour Pointe Dr. A package was stolen during the early morning houses.

Collision

8400 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. A hit-and-run driver was located by police at a nearby hotel.

Assist

900 blk. Front St. A man, who had been trying to sleep in a bathroom at the Washington State Ferries facility, was given a ride to Everett by police.

Confusion times two

10500 blk. 47th Pl W. A caller said some individuals in another vehicle had followed him to Mukilteo from his house near Silver Lake. Police learned the caller and the occupants in the vehicle were neighbors and each thought the other's behavior was odd. The caller said the other vehicle had been parked in front of his driveway when he arrived home and after circling the neighborhood three times, he decided to leave because the car had not moved and was occupied by several people. The occupants of the other car thought it was weird the caller's car had circled the neighborhood three times. They were concerned about recent prowls and followed the caller's car to find out where he was going and who he was. They were encouraged to call 911 in the future.

March 3

Theft

4900 blk. 101st Pl. SW. A catalytic converter was stolen overnight.

Looking for a house

Harbour Pointe Blvd. 53rd Pl. W. A resident reported a suspicious vehicle in the neighborhood. Police contacted the vehicle, and the occupant was looking for real estate in the area.

Theft

5000 blk. 84th St. SW. A resident reported their pistol was stolen during a vehicle prowl.

Threat

9500 blk. 49th Pl. W. A caller said someone threatened to kill him during a group chat. Police contacted the suspect and arrested him for felony harassment. Police requested the suspect be contacted by a mental health professional before he is released.

 

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