Police Report -- May 02, 2002

Published on Thu, May 2, 2002
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POLICE REPORTS


April 28: A teenage femalereported that a teenage male coaxed her to consume alcohol and drugs and then had non-consensual sexual contact with her. The offense was investigated and information was forwarded to the prosecutor for review.
April 28: An officer responded to a man at the marina about a burglary to his boat. The burglary occurred sometime within the last month. Electronics and other nautical gear were stolen. The case is under investigation.
April 28: A WSP trooper contacted a hitchhiker on I-5 and he admitted to the trooper that he had shoplifted pills from a Blaine store. The trooper turned the man and the pills over to the Blaine police. Charges were forwarded to the prosecutor.
April 28: A person filed a theft report against her sister for stealing her ID. Officers took the report and are investigating.
April 28: Officers assisted U.S. Border Patrol in tracking two subjects in the 400 block of Peace Portal Drive who had entered the U.S. illegally from Canada. The persons were located and taken into custody without incident.
April 28: An officer contacted two suspicious vehicles in the 1300 block of Boblett Street. During the contact it was determined the vehicles were stolen and taken during a burglary which the owner did not yet know about. The two subjects were arrested and the property was recovered.
April 27: Officers stopped a vehicle in the 300 block of D Street after learning the driver was suspended. Drugs were found in the car during the arrest. The driver admitted to owning the drugs. He was booked into jail and his car was
impounded.
April 27: Officers received a request from a state wildlife officer to check on some illegal crabbing on the pier. One person was issued a criminal citation for crabbing during closed season.
April 27: An officer was advised by dispatch that an adult male was urinating in public near Peace Arch POE. The officer found the adult male driving south on I-5, stopped him, and obtained information for a lewd act prosecution.
April 27: Officers saw two vehicles pulled over in a no parking zone in the 400 block of state route 543. An officer contacted both vehicles and found that one driver was DWLS and DUI. The driver was arrested and processed for the offenses.
April 26: A person was arrested and issued a citation for possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia at the Peace Arch POE.
April 26: A motorist entering the country through the Peace Arch POE was arrested and issued a citation for DWLS/R. The vehicle was impounded for 30 days because of three prior convictions for DWLS/R.
April 26: A citizen saw two juveniles break into a building in the 500 block of Peace Portal Drive. Officers arrived and found the juveniles hiding inside the building. They were arrested and booked for burglary.
April 25: A citizen in the 2000 block of H Street reported an ongoing problem of person(s) unknown vandalizing her mailbox. The case is under investigation.
April 25: Officers responded to a theft of a wallet in the 700 block of G Street containing $700. The suspect was still at the scene. An officer recovered the wallet and its contents. The suspect was arrested and booked into Whatcom County jail.
April 25: A person in the 300 block of E Street reported receiving a counterfeit bill at a business. The bill was confiscated and turned over to the U.S. Secret Service along with all available information.
April 25: Officers responded to the Peace Arch POE regarding a subject who was in possession of steroids. The subject was arrested and transported to Whatcom County jail. The vehicle was towed by Crown.
April 25: U.S. Customs detained two individuals in a vehicle that was reported stolen out of Seattle. The previous owner had failed to notify Seattle police that the vehicle had been recovered previously. The vehicle was removed from NCIC by Seattle police.
April 23: Officers took a theft report from the school. A student had been stealing magazines from the library over the last two months. The magazines were returned. Charges will be forwarded to the prosecutor for review.
April 23: Officers noticed two juveniles walking down the street with toy swords. Officers contacted the juveniles and educated them on the possible reactions from people who didn’t know they were toys.
April 23: A person in the 3700 block of H Street reported that someone had entered her mailbox and opened a business size envelope. The envelope was found on the ground. Nothing was stolen from it. Patrol was requested.
April 23: A subject was arrested on warrants in the 2600 block of Bell Road. During contact, he admitted to driving on a suspended driver’s license. Charges for this offense will be forwarded to the prosecutor for review.
April 22: An off-duty officer saw a person in the 2600 block of Bell Road who had outstanding warrants for his arrest. The officer stood by while on duty officers arrived. The officers arrested the person. A butterfly knife was discovered on the person after a search was conducted. The knife is illegal. The person was charged.
April 22: A citizen reported that a person had grabbed her daughter at the primary school. The parent said the person had been told previously to stay away from her daughter. The case is under investigation.


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