Police Report -- August 22, 2002

Published on Thu, Aug 22, 2002
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POLICE REPORTS

August 15: A resident in the 700 block of A Street reported that a collection agency employee harassed her and used profanity. An officer contacted the agency and advised them of the complaint. No further police action was requested.
August 15: An officer checked on the welfare of two children in the 300 block of Alder Street at the request of a neighbor. The children were with their father and had no complaints.
August 15: A parent in the 1500 block of D Street reported that her son and two other juveniles entered her bedroom without permission and took jewelry valued at $700, U.S. coins valued at $100, and a book. An investigation is in progress.
August 15: A resident in the 500 block of 11th Street reported that a person who lives with her took prescription drugs and $65 without permission. A suspect has been named. Case under investigation.
August 14: A number of motorists complaining about the train blocking Marine Drive for more than 25 minutes. An engineer reported that Canada Customs would not allow the train to proceed. The incident was documented.
August 14: A business in the 100 block of 14th Street reported an employee who had just been terminated was threatening to shoot someone. The employee said she had just been angry at being let go. The employee and her spouse left the business without incident.
August 14: Officer received an anonymous call regarding the possible abuse of a bird. Officer checked the bird and filed a report to be forwarded to another agency.
August 14: Officer assisted the Border Patrol in the 100 block of Marine Drive by contacting a man who had been hiding in the bushes along Semiahmoo Bay. The man was a transient en route to his home in Alaska and was waiting for a northbound freight.
August 13: Blaine Municipal Court requested that police escort a person out of the courtroom and officers did so. The person said he was upset because the judge would not listen to him.

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