Police Report -- October 03, 2002

Published on Thu, Oct 3, 2002
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October 1: A business in the 1500 block of H Street reported that a shoplift of Bud Light, valued at $12.93, had just occurred. The clerk provided a possible license plate number and vehicle description.Officers checked the area, but were unable to locate the vehicle.
September 30: Officers were dispatched to check on a life line emergency alarm. Officers arrived and found the person had been instructed to test the keypad and did so. No emergency.
September 30: A business in the 9500 block of Semiahmoo Parkway reported the theft of three leather office chairs. There is no suspect information at this time.
September 30: A subject fled on foot when a U.S. border patrol agent attempted to stop him. Officers assisted in searching for the subject who ran through a residential area and into a city park. He was taken into custody without incident.
September 30: Report of a person calling a house in the 4100 block of H Street and playing audio tapes with sexual content. Officer spoke to the juvenile who was placing the calls and his father. A warning was issued. The father will address the problem further.
September 30: An officer stopped a motorcyclist for speeding in the 1700 block of Peace Portal Drive and found the rider to be DUI. He was arrested, processed and released. He was also cited for speeding and no motorcycle endorsement. The motorcycle was impounded.
September 29: An officer was contacted by a citizen who needed to talk about an anger problem. Officer talked to the man and helped him calm down and provided him with some numbers to call for further help.
September 29: Complainant in the 300 block of B Street reported hearing something hitting his house. When he went out to investigate he discovered juveniles had thrown eggs at his house and car. He was able to get a license plate number of the suspect vehicle.
September 29: Officers responded to a report of a verbal domestic dispute in the 400 block of G Street. Upon arriving it was determined an assault had taken place. Police discovered drug paraphernalia and methamphetamines. One person was arrested for the assault, and both were arrested on drug charges and transported to Whatcom County jail.
September 28: Officers responded to a noise complaint in the 1400 block of Blaine Avenue involving a live band at a party. After two warnings went unheeded, officers approached the band and advised them to stop. The band complied and no further complaints were received.
September 28: Officer attended a non-injury motor vehicle accident on Peace Portal Drive. The driver’s K-9 passenger distracted her just enough for the vehicle to drift off of the road and into a ditch. No one was injured.
September 28: Officers were dispatched to assist U.S. border patrol with two juveniles who had walked into the U.S. on the beach and were attempting to spray paint rocks. They were taken into custody by border patrol and returned to Canada.
September 27: While on patrol an officer observed a female carrying baggage and walking north on SR543. The officer stopped to check on the welfare of the girl and then detained her for the border patrol.
September 27: Officer responded to a report of an injured cat hiding under a car in the 1500 block of D Street. The owner of the feline was located nearby and told to pick up the injured cat. The owner arrived a short time later and took the cat home.
September 27: Officer received a complaint of a person trying to get into trucks at a business in the 1300 block of Boblett Street. The person was found sitting inside a truck with the owner’s permission.
September 27: Officers responded to a report of a young girl in pajamas walking alone on Odell Road. Officers contacted the girl who had someone walking with her and who was 18 years of age.
September 27: Officers responded to the 9100 block of Glen Eagle regarding an intrusion alarm. It was found that a realtor had set off the alarm while showing the home.
September 27: Officer observed four skateboarders in the 1700 block of H Street in a no skateboarding area. Because the boys had been warned before, the boards were confiscated until contact was made with their parents.
September 25: Blaine officers contacted and arrested a man wanted in Bellingham for public indecency. He was transported and booked into Whatcom County jail.
September 25: Officers and border patrol contacted a suspicious man near the border. He couldn’t get into Canada legally because of his lengthy criminal record and was looking for a way to sneak across. Canadian authorities were advised.
September 24: U.S. customs reported questioning a male and a female subject who were in possession of marijuana and codeine without a prescription. Officer arrested them and seized the vehicle. They were booked into jail..

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