Police Report -- June 20, 2002

Published on Thu, Jun 20, 2002
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June 18: Officers contacted two juvenile males walking on Harrison Avenue at a late hour. Both subjects stated they were walking to a friend’s house. Officer cleared without incident.
June 18: A person reported two dogs running loose in the 500 block of 6th Street. Officer located the dogs and was able to coax the two back into their pen. The owner was not home.
June 18: Officer assisted USBP by escorting a bus, which had failed to check in at US Customs, from the Cost Cutter lot back to the Pacific Highway crossing.
June 17: Complainant reported he was involved in a physical dispute with another male subject in a parking lot in the 1700 block of H Street. Complainant wanted to file a report just for informational purposes in case the situation escalates again.
June 17: Complainant reported she woke up and saw two teenage male subjects getting into her vehicle in the 1000 block of Garfield Avenue. She yelled at the male subjects who proceeded to run off. Case under investigation.
June 17: Complainant in the 400 block of Peace Portal reported a bunch of teenagers have been purchasing sandwiches using free stamps, which had been stolen from another store. Case under investigation.
June 16: A man was observed driving his vehicle in circles in the 200 block of D Street. He was subsequently taken into protective custody and transported to St. Joseph’s Hospital for a mental health evaluation.
June 16: Officers responded to a report of a young child whose foot was caught in the wheel of a scooter. The child’s foot was freed and aid personnel arrived and administered aid. Injury was minor.
June 16: Officer was notified of a neighborhood dispute in the 400 block of F Street. The children of each family were warned about harassing each other. Each family was warned to stay in their own yard. Everyone stated that they understood.
June 16: Officer was advised of two subjects in the 1300 block of Boblett who were panhandling. Officer located the subjects. They were warned about their behavior and told to leave the area, which they did without incident.
June 16: Officers were dispatched to a physical domestic dispute in the 1600 block of Peace Portal. During the fight, an individual suffered a blow to the head resulting in a small cut that was bleeding profusely. The other individual was arrested and booked.
June 16: It was reported that two white males attempted to take over $700 worth of grocery items out of a store in the 1700 block of H Street without paying. When confronted they abandoned the food and fled in a gray colored Mercedes with B.C. license plates.
June 14: A resident in the 4200 block of H Street reported an unsafe condition in the Blaine cemetery with shrubs and brush obscuring good visibility and providing hiding places for young people possibly up to no good. Patrols provided and public works was notified.
June 14: A citizen reported two overdue juveniles. Officers located the juveniles as they were walking home.
June 14: A person in the 500 block of 6th Street called to report a dog being kept in a vehicle day and night. It was also reported that the dog was continuously barking. The owner was contacted and allowed the dog inside the house. Report forwarded to the Humane Society.
June 13: A man driving a reported stolen pickup ran the US border southbound at the truck crossing. Officers attempted to stop the vehicle. The driver attempted to run into an officer and fled back into BC; he was later arrested by RCMP.
June 13: An out of state parent complained that a relative caring for her children was doing so in a manner they did not like. The parent was advised on the rules in Washington regarding civil versus criminal custody disputes.
June 13: Officers responded to a verbal domestic dispute over the ownership of baby clothing. The young father and his sister could not agree on who should retain the clothing. The parties agreed to settle the dispute civilly.
June 13: Officers checked into the welfare of a young child in the 1700 block of H Street who was left in the back seat of a car at Costcutter. The child’s mother returned from shopping. The child was sleeping comfortably and was not in danger. No crime.
June 12: Officers responded to a noise complaint at a hotel in the 300 block of Alder. Two men had an argument and had separated before officers arrived. Officers contacted the man who had left. He decided to get his own room for the night.
June 12: A citizen in the 9700 block of Lincoln Lane complained about neighbor kids pulling her new chain link fence down. The kids were contacted and advised not to pull down the fence. The children’s mother was advised of the complaint.
June 11: Blaine officers were asked to assist a WCSO deputy with the investigation of a hold up alarm in the 8800 block of Blaine Road. Blaine officers maintained a perimeter until the responding deputy arrived.
June 11: While on patrol an officer contacted an individual who was hitchhiking on SR543. It was determined the man had entered the country without inspection, and he was turned over to a Border Patrol agent.
June 11: Officers responded to a possible verbal domestic dispute in the 700 block of H Street. Officers learned the parties were not related, but they did have an argument. The parties decided to go their separate ways.
June 11: US Customs reported a person driving on a suspended driver’s license. Officers confirmed the license was suspended and arrested and released the driver with a mandatory court appearance. The vehicle was impounded.
June 10: An individual in the 600 block of A Street reported that an unknown person was breaking his password on the internet and wiping out his products being sold on Ebay. Case under investigation.
June 10: Officer observed a subject driving recklessly in the 800 block of SR543 in an attempt to circumvent the traffic backup in that location. Driver was issued a criminal citation for reckless driving with a mandatory court date.
June 10: An individual reported that another individual tried to start a fight with her husband at the high school graduation. The individual was contacted and found to be MIP. The individual was cited and then turned over to USBP for deportation.. .

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