Police Report -- April 18, 2002

Published on Thu, Apr 18, 2002
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April 15: A Writ of Habeas Corpus issued by the Whatcom County Superior Court for a six-year-old child to be brought before the court was brought to police. The individual was taken without incident and appeared before Judge Moynihan in reference to a child custody issue.
April 14: Acting on a tip, an officer contacted a 19-year-old man. The man surrendered drug paraphernalia and was cited to Blaine municipal court. The case was also submitted to the county prosecutor for review of an unrelated offense.
April 13: Officers responded to the Peace Arch POE for a person in possession of marijuana. Officers issued a criminal citation and released the person.
April 13: Residents observed two men brandishing weapons at a stop light. Canada Customs intercepted the men and found two cap pistols. The men said they were just playing. The case will be forwarded to the prosecutor for review.
April 12: Officers responded to a hazardous petroleum spill on 12th Street. Officers identified the persons involved and stood by for the fire department.
April 11: An officer stopped a vehicle for speeding in the 9200 block of Semiahmoo Parkway and discovered the driver to be DWLS/R 3rd. The driver was arrested and cited for DWLS/R, speeding and no insurance. The vehicle was impounded.
April 11: A 15-year-old was arrested for possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia in the 2400 block of Bell Road. The incident report will be forwarded to the juvenile court authorities for review/prosecution.
April 11: An officer stopped a vehicle in the 2000 block of Peace Portal Drive for a traffic violation and discovered the driver to be DWLS/R 3rd, DUI and in possession of methamphetamines. The driver was arrested and booked into Whatcom County jail. The vehicle was impounded.
April 11: An officer observed a vehicle acting suspiciously by trying to hide from the officer in the 1500 block of H Street. A check on the vehicle’s registered owner came back DWLS/R. The officer stopped the vehicle, arrested the driver and impounded the vehicle.
April 10: An officer observed a vehicle fail to stop at a stop sign. After making contact it was determined the driver had switched his plates with the plates of another vehicle. The subject was issued a notice of infraction.
April 10: U.S. Customs reported a juvenile male who was listed as a missing person/runaway at the Peace Arch POE. An officer confirmed the runaway report and contacted the juveniles parent. The juvenile was returned to his mother.
April 10: An officer was advised by a citizen that her vehicle had been stolen after being taken for a test drive in the 200 block of H Street. A report was taken and the vehicle was entered into the computer.
April 10: A Blaine officer responded to the Peace Arch POE regarding a possible drunk driver. The officer found the driver was DUI after failing a sobriety test. The driver was arrested, processed and released. The vehicle was towed to Crown Towing.
April 10: A report was received of two prowlers in an alley in the 500 block of F Street. Officers discovered a 15-year-old and 23-year-old man hiding in a vehicle with open containers of liquor. The adult was charged and the juvenile was referred to the prosecutor.
April 9: Officers responded to a domestic violence incident in the 1300 block of Peace Portal Drive. Upon investigation, officers arrested a male for DV felonious assault, DV unlawful imprisonment, DV felony threats, and DV malicious mischief. Male booked into jail.
April 9: Officers responded to a car prowl in the 900 block of Boblett Street that occurred sometime in the night. Officers found fingerprints which will be processed for possible suspect identification.
April 9: A U.S. Customs inspector found a small amount of marijuana on a traveler. A Blaine officer investigated, arrested the suspect, and cited him to Blaine Municipal court.
April 8: Officers responded to an aid call in the 700 block of H Street. An elderly male was having a hard time breathing. Officers cleared when the fire department arrived.
April 8: Officers responded to a panic alarm in the 200 block of Peace Arch Court. Officers arrived and found that a dog had stepped on a remote, setting off the alarm.
April 8: A resident reported that a young man tried to punch him during a basketball game. An officer advised the offending youth to control his temper. No further action was requested.
April 8: A person reported seeing four suspicious juveniles near her house in the 400 block of 10th Street. She asked for frequent patrol as she had been the victim in several recent vandalism incidents. Frequent patrol was provided.
April 8: A person in the 400 block of H Street reported finding a portion of her house had been hit with hardboiled eggs. No permanent damage was reported. Frequent patrol was requested and provided...



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