Police Report -- February 22, 2001

Published on Thu, Feb 22, 2001
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POLICE REPORTS

February 15: Officers responded to a medical aid call in the 500 block of Boblett Street. An adult male had fallen while getting wood and was found an hour later. He was suffering head and chest pains.
February 15: Officers responded to a medical aid call in the 700 block of E Street. A male who was the victim in an earlier assault in Bellingham was complaining of head injuries and dizziness. The male was advised to file a report with Bellingham police.
February 15: Officers contacted an intoxicated male at a local business in the 200 block of D Street. The male was about to get in his car and drive. He decided to park his car and stay at a motel until he was able to drive.
February 15: Officers responded to a 911 report of a verbal domestic dispute in the 800 block of Alder Street. Officers kept the peace while the pair attempted to resolve differences. No assaults/no arrests.
February 15: An individual on Boundary Court reported a possible fraud involving a company called Navigator Golf. Reported loss was $1,556 U.S. The case is under investigation.
February 14: A local business in the 700 block of A Street reported that person(s) unknown had attempted to pry open a public parcel box. There are no suspects or witnesses to the attempted break in. An informational report was generated.
February 14: A local business in the 800 block of Mitchell Street reported a number of juveniles who had exposed themselves to an apparent mixture of spices. The contents of the substance are being confirmed by a state lab. An investigation is continuing.
February 14: A citizen reported that person(s) unknown had entered her unlocked vehicle in the 1400 block of Bayview and stolen a small amount of change. There are no suspects or witnesses in the theft.
February 14: WCSO requested assistance with a domestic where a weapon was possibly involved. Upon arrival WCSO was present and the suspect was gone. However, he was located and arrested. Officers were cleared of the assist.
February 14: Two parents reported that a much older male was wanting to meet with their 15-year-old daughter alone. The parents put an end to the problem and asked that police document the situation in the event of a recurrence.
February 14: During the course of his duties, an officer caused damage to city property. The officer completed a report of the incident per department policy.
February 14: Officers responded to a report of a residential burglary in the 1600 block of Bayview. Stolen items reported were a pistol, laptop computer and silver bullion. The residence was processed for evidence. The case is under investigation.
February 14: A person informed an officer that he thought he had seen some people in the field near his home in the 2200 block of Odell Street. Officers investigated and located a vehicle driven by local youths which had become buried in the mud.
February 14: A citizen reported a man laying facedown on a bench while vomiting in the 700 block of Peace Portal Drive. An officer checked on the male who had drank too much alcohol. The male refused assistance and was picked up by a friend.
February 13: Officers received information that a man with a felony arrest warrant was at his home in Blaine. Officers checked the residence and located the subject. He was placed under arrest and booked into Whatcom County jail.
February 13: A resident reported suspicious persons unloading a possible stolen vehicle from a moving van in the 1300 block of Boblett Street. A Blaine officer contacted the men and learned the vehicle was recently purchased at an auction and was not driveable.
February 13: An officer assisted a lady who had locked her car keys and oxygen bottle in the car. The door was opened.
February 12: Officers were dispatched to the Peace Arch POE in reference to a suspended driver. Officers verified the driver was suspended, gave him a criminal citation and released him. His friend’s truck was impounded.
February 12: A Blaine officer assisted two drivers in exchanging information after they backed into each other at the senior citizen center. There was minor damage to the bumpers and no one was injured. The driver’s parents were notified.