Police Report -- December 06, 2001

Published on Thu, Dec 6, 2001
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POLICE REPORTS

November 29: An officer observed a motorist spinning his tires and obstructing traffic. The driver was cited for negligent driving, no proof of insurance, and failure to carry registration in the vehicle.
November 29: U.S. Customs reported a convicted felon in possession of a firearm at the Peace Arch POE. An officer contacted the man who admitted being a convicted felon in possession of a firearm. The case was forwarded to a prosecutor. The firearm was impounded.
November 29: U.S. Customs reported a person driving with a suspended driver’s license. An officer confirmed the suspension, arrested, cited, and released the individual. The vehicle was impounded.
November 29: An individual in the 600 block of G Street reported his driver’s door lock had been punched but there was no other damage. The case is under investigation.
November 28: Officers responded to assist the fire department with a death investigation in the 8800 block of Goldeneye Lane. It was determined the person died of natural causes.
November 27: An officer stopped a motorist for an equipment violation in the 1600 block of Peace Portal Drive and discovered the driver has a suspended driver’s license and no proof of insurance. She was cited for DWLS/R 3rd and no proof of insurance.
November 27: A green and purple Bighorn ES Elite bicycle was found on Mitchell and Georgia streets. It was impounded for safekeeping.
November 27: A Blaine officer responded to vehicle prowls in the 400 block of 10th Street and the 600 block of G Street. A theft of a car stereo had occurred. The case is under investigation.
November 26: A motorist at the Peace Arch POE was issued a citation for DWLS/R 3rd.
November 26: A person was arrested for possession of about 20 grams of marijuana, a baked cookie containing marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia (marijuana pipe). He was issued a citation with a mandatory court appearance date.
November 26: A Blaine officer responded to a burglary of a Playboy magazine that had occurred in the 400 block of D Street. The case is under investigation.
November 26: An officer received a fraud complaint of an internet business using a Blaine address. The officer determined the company and principals reside in British Columbia. The case has been referred to the RCMP.
November 26: A citizen in the 400 block of D Street reported that person(s) unknown had forcefully entered his unoccupied home and had stolen VHS movies. The case is under investigation.
November 26: An officer responded to a vehicle on fire on I-5. The officer and another motorist suppressed the fire long enough for fire department personnel to arrive and extinguish the fire. WSP arrived and investigated the incident.
November 26: A citizen reported two small children playing near and on the open second story window of a residence in the 500 block of F Street. An officer spoke to the mother of the children. A teenage daughter was counseled by mom regarding her babysitting skills. No crime.
November 26: Officers investigated a two vehicle reportable accident at state route 543 and Boblett. A driver rear-ended another. He was cited for failure to control vehicle speed to avoid a collision.
November 25: Officers responded to a domestic dispute in progress in the 1000 block of Mary Avenue. Officer arrived and determined the dispute was verbal and not physical. The parties resolved the conflict and no arrests were made.
November 25: An anonymous person reported the discharging of rifles in the city gravel pit on D Street. Officers checked the area and found evidence to substantiate the complaint. The suspects were gone upon arrival.
November 25: An officer responded to a possible suspended driver at the Peace Arch POE. The driver was issued a criminal citation with a mandatory court date for a suspended license. The vehicle was impounded.
November 24: A resident in the 600 block of A Street found a stray orange cat with a broken leg and took it home. The cat did not get better. An officer gave the resident directions to the Blaine Animal Hospital. The resident said she would care for the feline.
November 24: A citizen in the 1500 block of D Street reported finding her 15-year-old son in possession of beer in the family home and requested police to determine if he had been drinking. A PBT was administered with negative results. The juvenile was not charged.
November 23: An officer assisted a citizen by transporting an injured cat to the Blaine Animal Hospital. The cat is part siamese and brown and black in color. The cat will be waiting to be claimed by the owner.
November 23: An officer stopped a motorist for an equipment violation and discovered the driver had a suspended driver’s license. Two passengers were arrested for possession of methamphetamine, marijuana, and paraphernalia.
November 23: Officers responded with fire personnel for a male subject who had a stroke in the 1300 block of Peace Portal Drive. Officers arrived and provided first aid until fire arrived. Officers cleared with no serious incident.
November 22: A Blaine officer responded to a possible suspended driver at the Peace Arch POE. The officer confirmed the man was suspended, issued him a criminal citation with a mandatory court appearance. The vehicle was impounded.
November 21: A report was received of stolen crab pots from the 800 block of Marine Drive. The case is under investigation.
November 21: An officer assisted WCSO by responding to the Pacific Highway POE for a female in possession of marijuana. She was cited and released with a mandatory court date.


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