Police Report -- April 26, 2001

Published on Thu, Apr 26, 2001
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April 22: U.S. Customs at the Peace Arch POE reported an adult male in possession of methamphetamine, marijuana, and a drug pipe. An officer arrested the male for the drug related offenses and booked him into Whatcom County jail.
April 22: Officers responded to a runaway call at the Peace Arch POE and found that customs handled the call. The mother of the 17-year-old boy gave permission for an adult friend to drive her son home.
April 22: A grandfather in the 300 block of Clark Street reported that he is supervising a 14-year-old boy who violated a court order by leaving home without permission. The violation report will be forwarded to the juvenile prosecutor.
April 22: U.S. Customs requested assistance in stopping two adult males who entered the U.S. illegally. Officers stopped the males on state route 543 and returned them to U.S. Customs.
April 21: A female in the 700 block of A Street reported that her former boyfriend entered her apartment using a crowbar; destroyed property, made threats, committed an assault and possibly stole property. Previous conviction for burglary first exists for the perpetrator.
April 20: Officers contacted a pair of adults in the 200 block of 6th Street who had taken an injured bald eagle into their custody. The pair were determined to be volunteer wildlife care givers. Washington State Department of Fish & Wildlife approved the action. No crime.
April 19: Officers were asked to assist WSP with a seagull entangled in a power line in the 100 block of Marine Drive. Officers exhausted alternatives to reach the seagull which was about 25 feet above the water. The seagull had to be dispatched.
April 19: A resident in the 700 block of Harrison Avenue stopped by the police department to file a report about an old family friend who continues to harass her. She wanted to get a restraining order. Officers directed her to Superior Court to get the order.
April 19: A resident in the 1600 block of Runge Street reported a three-year-old was playing in traffic. An officer contacted the child’s father. He was aware of the incident and is taking steps to see that it never happens again.
April 18: An officer assisted with a medical aid call in the 700 block of F Street until fire district #13 arrived. An adult male was suffering from a kidney stone.
April 17: An officer contacted two witnesses who were to appear in court to testify against the juvenile arrestee. The two witnesses stated a juvenile arrestee told one to lie and intimated the second witness.
April 17: An officer was sent to the 1000 block of Harrison Street regarding a subject who did not want to leave a residence. The officer located the subject and found a male and a female in the process of breaking up with one another. The male half left willingly.
April 17: U.S. Customs at the Peace Arch POE reported an adult male in possession of steroids without a prescription. An officer arrested the male and booked him into jail.

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