Police Report -- October 17, 2002

Published on Thu, Oct 17, 2002
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POLICE REPORTS

October 13: Individual refused to leave a business in the 700 block of Peace Portal after being asked to do so. The individual began to act in a threatening manner and the police were called. Officers contacted the individual who agreed to return to his motel room for the evening.
October 12: Officer was advised of a person drinking in public around 2nd and C streets. Officer contacted a man who said he was just trying to get over a hangover. Officer issued a citation for drinking in a public place.
October 12: Officer was dispatched to assist a citizen in the 600 block of A Street with a subject refusing to leave his residence. Officer contacted the subject and located a relative to assist her in getting an evaluation.
October 12: Officer was sent to the 400 block of C Street regarding an ongoing problem with a dog at large. Officer observed a dog matching the description and contacted the Humane Society to contain the dog.
October 12: Officers stopped a suspect vehicle in a possible drive-by shooting on I-5 near Grandview Road. The vehicle matched the description, however, the driver was not the suspect and was released.
October 12: U.S. Border Patrol had a subject flee on foot after a traffic stop. Subject was located a short distance away. Blaine P.D. K-9 Yoschi found a large amount of marijuana the male had thrown in heavy bush along the way.
October 11: Officer was contacted by a person in the 4000 block of H Street who reported his ex-girlfriend had opened up a credit card account in his name and after several years, decided to stop making payments. Case is under investigation for credit card fraud.
October 11: Officer observed a juvenile who was unable to walk. It was determined that the youth was under the influence. Juvenile was arrested and released to his father.
October 11: Officer received a report of a missing juvenile. During the investigation, the missing juvenile contacted a family member who in turn notified them of her location.
October 11: Officers responded to check on the welfare of a man in the 1300 block of Boblett Street who was slumped over the wheel of his car. The man and a companion were contacted. They were on their way to Canada to seek medical assistance. Subjects refused aid.
October 11: Officers contacted a man who was standing around closed businesses at Peace Portal at Bell Road during early morning hours. The man, who has a history of committing burglaries, said he was looking for a ride home. Officer gave the man a ride home.
October 10: Complainant reported a student started a towel on fire in the locker room. Officer arrived and arrested the student for reckless burning. The student was then released to a parent.
October 10: Officers were asked to check on a person in the 1000 block of Peace Portal who missed three days of work and had not called in. The employer said it was unlike this person to not show up or call. Officers checked on the person, who then called in to work.
October 9: A person in the 300 block of B Street found illegal drugs in her house that were believed to belong to her spouse. She turned the drugs over to police and moved out of the house.
October 9: A Blaine officer made a traffic stop in the 600 block of 3rd Street and observed a passenger hiding drug paraphernalia. The passenger was arrested and cited to Blaine municipal court.
October 9: A citizen in the 1600 block of Peace Portal requested extra patrol due to a recent break up with his girlfriend. Request will be passed on to patrol.
October 8: A local business in the 200 block of H Street forwarded a counterfeit cashier’s check to police. The check will be held as evidence, cross referenced to two other cases and forwarded to the U.S. Secret Service for continuing investigation.
October 8: Officers went to the school to deal with a student who would not obey the rules. Officers contacted the student and talked to him about disobeying school authorities. The student calmed down and said he would behave..


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