Police Report -- May 16, 2002

Published on Thu, May 16, 2002
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May 12: While out walking in the 9400 block of Semiahmoo Parkway a citizen found what she thought was a handgun in the weeds. It was determined to be a pellet gun. The gun was impounded.
May 12: Officer observed two vehicles travelling 120-plus mph northbound on I-5. Drivers were contacted and arrested for reckless driving and given a mandatory court date.
May 12: A passerby told police of a verbal dispute at a motel in the 1300 block of Peace Portal Drive. Officers responded and provided scene control while a tenant moved out.
May 12: Officers contacted a citizen in the 500 block of D Street in reference to a complaint about an equipment driver using his driveway to turn around. The complaint was settled by the contact.
May 12: An officer stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation on an I-5 on-ramp. A routine check revealed the driver was suspended. He was cited and released. His vehicle was impounded.
May 11: Someone pulled a doghouse into the intersection at D and 11th streets. An officer moved the doghouse out of the street. No suspects were located and no vehicles were damaged.
May 11: Officers responded to a report of unsupervised minors drinking in a home in the 1000 block of Adelia Street. Four 18-year-olds and nine teenagers were found in possession of alcohol and/or consuming alcohol. Case report referred to prosecutor for review and charges.
May 10: Officers stopped a vehicle in the 1500 block of Mitchell Street for speeding in the school zone. A routine check showed the driver was suspended. Officers arrested the driver and issued him a criminal citation. His car was impounded.
May 10: A citizen reported juveniles smoking marijuana in the 600 block of F Street. Officers investigated and determined that marijuana was not being smoked. Officers made contact with the juveniles and a parent.
May 10: Police received a report that a man in the 400 block of 9th Street was heard yelling at a dog, and a loud “bang.” Officers contacted the dog owner. The dog had knocked over a garbage can. The noise was him yelling at the dog and replacing the can.
May 10: While off duty an officer observed a person driving in the 800 block of Alder Streetwho he knew to have a suspended driver’s license. The officer forwarded charges for driving on a suspended license to the prosector’s office.
May 10: An officer assisted a student in the 100 block of 12th Street in retrieving her missing school books from a tree house.
May 10: Officers responded to a report of a DUI driver with a suspended driver’s license in the 200 block of Marine Drive. The vehicle was not occupied when it was located. Patrol officers notified to watch for additional violations.
May 10: A 47-year-old man was contacted in the 2200 block of Odell Street for failing to stop at a stop sign and was found to have been drinking. The driver was arrested and cited to Blaine municipal court of driving under the influence. His vehicle was impounded.
May 10: Officers cited five young adults for possession of alcohol by consumption in the 9200 block of Semiahmoo Parkway. Several juveniles were also contacted and charges will be referred to the prosecutor’s office for minors in possession of alcohol.
May 10: Citizen reported finding two male juveniles lurking behind the elementary school. When asked what they were doing, they ran away. Border Patrol agents assisted Blaine police in locating the boys. They were sent home.
May 9: Officers responded to a report of a possible suicidal female in the 800 bock of Mitchell Street. Officers found there had been a verbal domestic dispute. The female left the residence.
May 9: Officers responded to a report of a domestic assault in the 700 block of E Street. The subsequent investigation determined one subject was the most aggressive participant. Subject was arrested and booked into jail for domestic violence assault fourth degree.
May 9: Officer observed a driver acting in a suspicious manner in the 2000 block of Peace Portal. Officer made a traffic stop and found the driver was DWLS 3rd. Driver processed and released. Vehicle was towed to Crown Towing.
May 9: A Blaine resident reported his bicycle was stolen in the 700 block of Peace Portal while he was inside eating a cafe. Report taken.
May 8: Officer stopped a vehicle at Bell Road for no tail/stop lights and found the driver had switched vehicle license tabs. The driver was issued traffic infractions for the violations. The license tab was impounded.
May 8: A citizen contacted the police concerning two vehicles which were parked on his property in the 400 block of 8th Street without his permission. Officer called the phone number in the windows of the cars and instructed the owner to remove them.
May 8: A citizen in the 700 block of A Street reported that her 14-year-old daughter had run away from home. She believed that her daughter may be in danger. The girl was entered into law enforcement database as a runaway. Case under investigation.
May 8: A Blaine officer contacted a 28-year-old man on a motorcycle in the 800 block of D Street. An impaired driving investigation was completed and the man was arrested and cited to Blaine Municipal Court for DUI and DWLS/R 3rd.
May 7: A student waiting for the school bus in the 8900 block of Semiahmoo Parkway left her backpack on the side of the road and went to get a friend. When she returned her backpack was gone. Officers checked the area and could not find a suspect or the backpack.
May 7: A person walking saw a backpack under a parked vehicle in front of a business in the 200 block of C Street. He checked the business and no one knew who the owner of the backpack was. Officers checked the backpack and booked it for safekeeping.
May 7: A person telephoned police regarding an abandoned vehicle next to her property in the 1200 block of Runge Road. The vehicle was not stolen and officers were unable to locate the owner.
May 7: Officers responded to a noise disturbance in the 700 block of 3rd Street. Officers arrived and found a couple had been arguing. The female had returned to Canada. No crime.
May 7: Individual reported that he had accidentally left a bank card in an ATM machine at a business in the 200 block of G Street. Subject then gave erroneous information about the card’s whereabouts and refused to return it to him. A similar incident had occurred one year earlier.
May 7: Officers assisted the Boarder Patrol, US Customs and the WIN Team with the arrest of five males who transported marijuana into the US from Canada. Commercial amount of marijuana was seized. The five males were booked. .

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