Police Report -- September 12, 2002

Published on Thu, Sep 12, 2002
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September 9: While on patrol an officer observed a hispanic male jump onto the roadway from the railroad tracks in the 1400 block of Peace Portal Drive. The subject was found to be an illegal alien from El Salvador. The case was referred to border patrol.
September 9: Officer received report of speeding cars from a citizen in the 200 block of 12th Street. Citizen stated it appears to be people who are late for work in the area. Extra patrol will be provided.
September 8: An officer stopped a vehicle in the 300 block of E Street that was fleeing the scene of an assault which had just occurred. The driver was determined to be DUI. He was arrested, processed and released. The vehicle was impounded.
September 8: A person reported a dog running loose in the 9700 block of Vista Terrace. It was on her property and when she approached it, the dog growled at her. The dog then left. Officers found the dog and followed it home. The owner apologized and was given a warning.
September 8: While handling another call, officers were forced to arrest a person in the 4000 block of H Street, who got upset when he was told officers would be unable to give him a ride to Bellingham. Cocaine was found on his person pursuant to the arrest.
September 8: U.S. customs reported a possible impaired driver. A Blaine officer checked the driver and found he was not impaired, but had not slept for a couple of days. The driver decided to sleep before continuing his trip.
September 7: A person in the 1000 block of Garfield Street requested extra patrol around her residence for the next week or so while she tried to work out some problems with her friend’s ex-husband. Request was passed on to patrol.
September 7: Officers received a call from a woman in the 2000 block of H Street who reported that she believed her cat was shot with a BB gun. The woman did not want to file a report but wanted to let the police know.
September 7: Complainant reported she was home alone in the 200 block of 4th Street and someone was at her door. The person at the door refused to say who they were. Officers arrived and searched the area, but could not find anyone in the vicinity.
September 6: Police received notification from the court that the respondent of a no contact order was now deceased. The order was removed from all law enforcement databases.
September 5: Report of a transient yelling at airplanes flying overhead. The subject stated he was waiting for a motel room and agreed to stop yelling at the planes.
September 5: An officer assisted a resident who found a small child sleeping in his driveway in the 800 block of D Street. Officer returned the child to his parents. The child’s parents were unaware of their child leaving the yard. Incident documented.
September 5: Officers were dispatched to the 1300 block of Garfield Street to check on the welfare of a female who had called 911. The dispatch was unable to understand the woman, but realized she was crying. Officers arrived and determined there was no crime.
September 4: Officer stopped a motorist for speeding in the school zone and found the driver to be confrontational and argumentative. Driver issued an infraction for speeding. Verbal warnings given for other violations.
September 4: A motorist called 911 and reported an erratic driver on I-5. A Blaine officer contacted the driver and had him perform field sobriety tests. The driver was not legally impaired, but was cited for no valid driver’s license.
September 3: A student refused to cooperate with a school employee. Officers arrived and spoke to the juvenile. The incident was resolved.
September 3: A person in the 200 block of C Street report suspicious voices on their phone. Officers referred the case to another agency.
September 3: U.S. Immigration reported a theft of a five foot Nexus sign from SR543 & D Street. Police investigation revealed the sign had been removed by the Department of Transportation...

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