Police Report -- February 16, 2001

Published on Fri, Feb 16, 2001
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February 11: An officer was dispatched to U.S. Customs in reference to a person who was in possession of marijuana. An officer contacted the person, cited him for the offense and issued a court date.
February 11: U.S. Customs reported an adult male in possession of marijuana. An officer arrested the subject for the offense/cited/released him.
February 11: Blaine officers assisted WCSO with a search for a subject who had fled the scene of a fatality accident on Drayton Harbor Road. Officers were part of a perimeter and cleared when it was determined the subject could not be located.
February 10: U.S. Customs at the Peace Arch POE reported two male subjects in possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia. An officer arrested the pair for the violations/cited/released them.
February 10: A citizen reported that person(s) unknown had entered her unlocked car in the 1400 block of Bayview and stole a wallet/fanny pack combo. The property was later recovered by a neighbor from bushes in the area. No suspects/witnesses.
February 10: An officer stopped a vehicle for failing to stop at a stop sign. After contacting the juvenile it was determined she was intoxicated. The subject was cited and released with a mandatory court appearance.
February 10: A citizen in the 1600 block of Bayview reported that person(s) unknown had stolen his 1982 Volvo, Washington license 352LEA from his driveway during the night. There are no suspects/witnesses in the theft. Blaine police recovered the vehicle later within the city.
February 9: An adult female traveler asked an officer to transport her to the nearest doctor. The female’s shoulder was dislocated and she did not want medics to respond. An officer transported her to a local doctor’s office.
February 9: A citizen reported her family was being harassed by a neighborhood juvenile. An officer warned the juvenile female and had to return again after she ignored the first warning. No future verbal warnings – arrest proximity alert.
February 9: Blaine officers helped to direct the fire department to an advanced life support call for a man who had fallen in the 700 block of B Street. The police department’s defib unit was not needed, and the call was handled by the fire department.
February 8: A U.S. Customs officer intercepted a motorist with a gun and marijuana pipe. A Blaine officer investigated the incident and prepared a criminal citation for the city attorney’s review. The contraband was seized and booked.
February 8: U.S. Customs reported a person driving on a suspended driver’s license. An officer confirmed the driver’s license was suspended. The driver was arrested, processed and released. The vehicle was impounded.
February 8: A resident in the 300 block of 11th Street reported his stepson was missing. A report was taken and the juvenile will be entered into the system as a runaway.
February 7: U. S. Customs reported a driver that was possibly DUI. Officers checked the driver and found he was not DUI, but had been drinking. The driver voluntarily gave an officer his car keys until he was able to drive.
February 7: A resident reported that she was given another person’s medication in error and discovered the mistake at home. The prescription was returned to the pharmacy and the error was corrected. Incident was documented.
February 7: Blaine police served a superior court arrest warrant to an individual in the 1700 block of H Street. The subject was arrested without incident and booked into Whatcom County jail.
February 7: Officers responded to a report of a person having chest pains in the 200 block of B Street. The person had a history of heart problems. Medical information was taken and given to medics when they arrived.
February 7: Officers stopped a vehicle for speeding in the 1500 block of H Street. The driver didn’t have his license on him. Officers performed a license check which showed the driver as DWLS. The driver was issued a criminal citation and his truck was impounded.
February 6: The Blaine middle school reported that a student had threatened a faculty member. An officer investigated the incident. The case is to be forwarded to the juvenile prosecutor’s office for review.