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Last updated 8/3/2022 at 12:05pm

July 20


5400 blk. Harbour Pointe Blvd. While a resident was walking their dog, their house was burglarized.


76th St. SW./Mukilteo Speedway. An officer contacted a suspicious man walking on the Speedway. The man appeared to be having some mental health issues but declined any assistance and continued walking.

Found dog

10400 blk. 47th Pl. W. The animal control officer took custody of a lost dog that was turned over to the fire department. The owner called a short time later and was reunited with their dog.

Malicious mischief

11800 blk. Harbour Pointe Blvd. An employee reported that someone had damaged a golf course by writing something in the sand.


9600 blk. Harbour Pl. An employee reported graffiti on a building.

July 19

Pedestrian struck

Club House Ln./Harbour Pointe Blvd. A vehicle hit a pedestrian. The driver was cooperative with police. The pedestrian was transported to the hospital for a possible hip injury.


Loveland Ave./5th St. A resident reported several drivers speeding along 5th Street towards Everett. She expressed concerns about increased speeding issues in the area over the past couple of years.


600 blk. Front St. A caller said a man backed into his truck and then drove away. Officers located the man at his nearby residence. Police said there was a language barrier with the driver. There was no damage to either vehicle.


600 blk. Front St. A caller reported several vehicles speeding and driving recklessly up and down the Speedway.


11700 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. A woman admitted to throwing things at another person in a business. She was trespassed from the location.


600 blk. Front St. Someone called about fireworks.


4800 blk. 92nd St. SW. An officer noticed a dirt bike in the back of a truck. The officer contacted the occupant, who admitted to riding the electric bike on the trails. He was warned about using electrically powered bikes on trails.

Malicious mischief

4800 blk. Pointes Dr. A resident found graffiti on her house.


4800 blk. Pointes Dr. A resident said a man took a package off of her neighbor's porch.


11900 blk. Presick Ln. A resident's wallet was stolen from his car during the morning.

Vehicle prowl

10500 blk. 47th Pl. W. A resident said his truck was prowled.

July 18

Call mom

8700 blk. 60th Ave. W. Officers checked on a vehicle that had been parked at the location for about two hours. Police contacted a person associated with the vehicle, but who did not have a license. The mother of the subject came to retrieve the vehicle.

Domestic violence

8200 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. During a domestic violence call, police arrested an individual on warrants and domestic violence.

Hit and run

600 blk. Front St. An unknown vehicle struck another vehicle in a parking lot. The victim's vehicle suffered front-end damage and was not drivable.

Where are you?

9300 blk. 63rd Pl. W. A business was concerned when an employee did not show up for work. It was eventually determined that the employee was all right.

Mail theft

6000 blk. Championship Cir. A resident reported that several mailboxes had been broken into. The locks to the mailboxes were all broken.

Vehicle prowl

4300 blk. Harbour Pointe Blvd. SW. A resident reported that two of his vehicles were prowled overnight. While searching the area, officers contacted a homeless man who had several warrants for his arrest. He was arrested, and the camp he had set up on City property was going to be cleaned up by Public Works staff.

Lost clothing?

10500 blk. 47th Pl. W. A grocery store delivery driver left behind a bag with clothing and some keys. The resident turned in the items to police.


4300 blk. 130th Pl. SW. A resident saw someone shining lights on his vehicle in the middle of the night when he viewed surveillance video.


47th Ave. W./Chennault Beach Rd. A caller reported a few wheelbarrows of rocks and dirt were dumped on the roadway. A county unit called off the call as the roadway had been cleared.

Substance abuse

Harbour Reach Dr./South Rd. A caller saw someone injecting himself with drugs. The suspect then hopped the fence and was walking away. Police did not locate the suspect.

July 17


8900 blk. 56th Pl. W. A resident reported hearing pounding noises like someone was doing construction work. Officers contacted someone who was working on a house in the neighborhood. He agreed to stop for the night.

Dog on the run

9th St./Loveland Ave. A caller said a dog was running loose on the roadway. The animal control officer located the dog and returned her to the owner.


Beverly Park Rd./Mukilteo Speedway. A caller reported seeing a speeding vehicle.

July 16


11100 blk. Chennault Beach Rd. A caller reported hearing what sounded like shots in the area. Police were flagged down by another resident, who pointed out fireworks remnants across the street.


12500 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. A security officer said a vehicle in the area appeared to be suspicious. Police said the vehicle belonged to a known homeless person, who lived out of the vehicle. The person had access to resources.


5200 blk. 125th Pl. SW. A resident said a vehicle was parked in her driveway. Police contacted the driver, who worked for a painting company. The painter was parked in front of the wrong address while he was waiting to paint a nearby house.

Substance abuse

4700 blk. 84th St. SW. A resident saw two people using drugs in the parking lot of his apartment complex. The vehicle left before police arrived.

Vehicle theft

13300 blk. 47th Pl. W. A resident said their truck with their attached boat had been stolen. The vehicle might have had a spare set of keys inside but was supposedly locked.

Looking for a dog

58th Ave. W./Harbour Heights Prky. A resident called about a man lurking around a park near his house. Police contacted the man, who was looking for a lost dog. The man was given a ride back to his residence. The dog was found and returned home.


10200 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. Police contacted a man, who returned items he had been caught shoplifting at a store. He was trespassed from the business.

July 15

Found sweater

600 blk. Front St. A woman requested police check a woman's bathroom for a sweater. Police located the garment and it was booked for safekeeping.

Vehicle prowl

9300 blk. 56th Ave. W. A resident reported a vehicle prowl.


1100 blk. 3rd St. A resident complained about a vehicle revving its engine.

Just talking

1600 blk. Goat Trail Loop Rd. A resident said there was a suspicious vehicle with two people in it. Officers contacted the occupants of the vehicle, who lived nearby and were just talking.

Malicious mischief

600 blk. Front St. An officer was looking for paint on the sidewalks and picnic tables, but only found chalk marks.

Malicious mischief

600 blk. Front St. Public Works staff found graffiti at Lighthouse Park.

Vehicle prowl

800 blk. 4th St. A resident reported the loss of $1,500 from a vehicle prowl. The victim believed the driver's door was left unlocked.

Vehicle prowls

5300 blk. 93rd Pl. SW. A resident saw a man on his surveillance system who appeared to prowling some vehicles. No vehicles were successfully prowled.


5300 blk. Harbour Pointe Rd. A resident received a call from a scammer, who claimed to be from the King County Sheriff's Office.


12600 blk. Eagles Nest Dr. A resident received a call from someone claiming to be from the Border Patrol. No sensitive information was given to the caller.

July 14

Blink, blink, blink

78th St. SW./44th Ave. W. A caller reported seeing a vehicle parked in the neighborhood with its hazard lights on for about an hour. The vehicle was gone when police arrived.

It's not the Fourth of July anymore

11100 blk. Chennault Beach Rd. A resident reported hearing shots fired. Officers checked the area and found fireworks remnants in the roadway.


9500 blk. 49th Ave. W. A resident was upset because her neighbor sent the police on a welfare check.

Catalytic converter theft

6th St./Mukilteo Speedway. A catalytic converter was stolen.

Pedestrian struck

Mukilteo Speedway/Harbour Pointe Blvd. SW. A vehicle struck a pedestrian in the crosswalk. The victim was treated by aid.

July 13


600 blk. Front St. A caller said loud motorcycle noise could be heard from Lighthouse Park.

Too loud

2600 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. A resident complained about the noise that some kids were making at a nearby basketball court. The players agreed to leave.


12700 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. A man stole three packs of cigarettes and left on foot. The suspect was not located.

Welfare check

12700 blk. Beverly Park Rd. A woman having mental health issues was transported to the hospital.

Debris in the road

Mukilteo Speedway/Chennault Beach Rd. A caller reported decking materials in the roadway. When police arrived workers were picking up the materials.


8500 blk. Mukilteo Speedway. An unhappy guest was asked to leave by the hotel staff. He was upset because his debit card was declined. The man was trespassed from the hotel.


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