Police Report -- May 24, 2001

Published on Thu, May 24, 2001
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POLICE REPORTS

May 20: U.S. INS at the Peace Arch POE reported a male in possession of methamphetamine and a loaded handgun in a vehicle. Officers determined that the crime occurred in Canada and Canada Customs was handling the matter.
May 20: U.S. Customs reported a suspended California driver at the Peace Arch POE. An officer arrested the adult male for DWLS/R 3rd and possession of marijuana. The male was released pending court appearance. The car was impounded.
May 20: An officer responded to a possible car prowl at a residence in the 2400 block of Dodd Street. The driver’s side window of the car was broken but nothing stolen. It is not believed that the incident was criminal – possibly an object accidentally struck the window.
May 20: Officers received a report that someone was riding a four wheel ATV at high speeds in the 600 block of A Street. Officers contacted the male who admitted riding the bike. He agreed to stop riding on the city street.
May 20: A U.S. Customs inspector intercepted a motorist with a suspended driver’s license at the Peace Arch POE. A Blaine officer investigated, cited the driver to Blaine court and impounded the vehicle.
May 20: An officer was sent to the Peace Arch POE regarding two subjects who were in possession of marijuana and paraphernalia. The subjects were arrested, cited and released. The drugs were seized and booked into evidence.
May 20: Officers stood by in the 500 block of G Street while an ex-husband and ex-wife argued about retrieving their son’s bicycle from the rear of the property. The child got his bicycle and the argument was settled. The family is splitting up.
May 20: King County sheriff’s department requested a Blaine officer confirm an outstanding Blaine municipal court warrant. The subject of the warrant was arrested and booked into King County Jail. The warrant was cleared from WACIC.
May 19: A business in the 100 block of 12th Street reported four adult males yelling obscenities inside the store. Officers spoke to the males who were disputing change given from the store. The men calmed down, realized their change was correct and left.
May 19: An officer received four warrants for a subject who lives in the 400 block of D Street. Officers made contact, placed him under arrest and transported him to WCSO without incident. The warrants were removed from the system.
May 19: An officer assisted a U.S. Customs inspector at the Peace Arch POE who contacted a driver without a license in her possession.
May 19: Officers stopped a driver who failed to stop for a stop sign and discovered the driver was impaired. The driver was arrested and cited to Blaine municipal court for DUI. The vehicle was impounded.
May 19: A resident in the 5500 block of Canvasback reported someone unscrewed his wooden mailbox valued at $55 from the post and stole it. The mailbox may be identified by the address on its side. The theft may have occurred at 4 a.m.
May 18: U.S. Customs at the Peace Arch POE reported a driver without a license. An officer investigated and cited the driver for NVOL and no proof of insurance.
May 18: A business owner reported that a woman presented a check on a closed account. The business reported a loss of $23.50. The case was referred to the check diversion unit of the prosecuting attorney.
May 18: A business owner in the 700 block of Peace Portal Drive reported that a man presented three checks on a closed account. The business reported a loss of $270. The case was referred to the check diversion unit of the prosecuting attorney.
May 18: An officer recovered a bicycle which had been thrown off the Mitchell Street bridge onto the median of the freeway.
May 18: Officers received a complaint of phone harassment in the 500 block of G Street. Officers are waiting for statements from both parties to determine if charges will be filed.
May 17: An officer responded to the 2000 block of Peace Portal Drive regarding a motor vehicle accident. The officer found a two car accident without injury. A report was taken.
May 17: An officer went to the high school in regards to a student who was in possession of a marijuana pipe with residue. The student was placed into custody and later released to a parent. Case referred to juvenile authorities.
May 17: An officer responded to the 9900 block of Canada View regarding a suspicious subject driving up and down the street. Contact was made and the subject was found to be illegally in the U.S. The subject was released to Border Patrol agents.
May 16: The lead custodian asked two juveniles who were skating on school grounds to leave. The children became hostile with him. When he told them that he was calling the police, they left. Officers unable to locate them.
May 15: A resident in the 900 block of 9th Street observed a man and woman violate a no contact order. The complaint was called in after the suspects left town. An investigation is in progress.
May 15: Police responded to a report of an impaired driver who was having trouble staying on the road in the 1500 block of Peace Portal Drive. Officers observed driving violations, investigated, and arrested the driver for DUI. The vehicle was impounded.
May 15: A father was letting his children drive his riding lawn mower on a city street. Officers contacted the father and explained the safety issues. The father apologized and said he would keep them in the yard.

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