Police Report -- April 03, 2003

Published on Thu, Apr 3, 2003
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POLICE REPORTS

March 30:
Officers responded to a disturbance at a business in the 700 block of Peace Portal Drive. A customer became upset when an employee refused to serve him and asked him to leave. The customer left prior to officers� arrival.

March 30:
Officer was advised to contact two subjects in the 1300 block of H Street who were arguing over an accident. An officer talked to both parties and calmed the situation down. A semi-truck had backed up while at a stop light to allow traffic to get by him, because he was over the white line. The truck backed into a car, causing minor damage. Information was taken for insurance purposes.

March 30:
Officers responded to an apartment complex in the 1100 block of Mary Avenue and contacted a highly intoxicated man who was yelling outside the building. Officers learned the man had been involved in a verbal domestic. They contacted the woman who was involved in the dispute and advised her how to have a no contact order re-issued.

March 29:
A resident in the 600 block of C Street reported his neighbor was pulling live sheep from a pickup into his garage and slaughtering them. Officer contacted the homeowner and discovered he butchered four sheep in a humane manner, as prescribed by his religion, for personal consumption. He was advised of the complaint. The incident was documented and will be reviewed.

March 29:
A Blaine officer assisted a nine-year-old boy in the 400 block of F Street whose two dogs had run away through an open gate. The dogs were returned home and the gate was closed.

March 29:
A Seattle resident was denied entry into Canada and then parked his girlfriend�s car in Blaine after she threatened to report the vehicle as stolen. The traveler was advised that the dispute over the car was civil and he needed to contact his attorney for advice or return the vehicle to the registered owner. DOL reported the vehicle had not been reported as stolen.

March 29:
Officer received a report of a vehicle stuck in the mud just off of Hughes Avenue. Officer contacted the driver, who had gotten his other car stuck while trying to get the first one out. A tow truck was called to remove both vehicles.

March 29:
Officers were dispatched to a noise complaint in the 400 block of 8th Street. Officers arrived and contacted an individual playing basketball. The person stated he was going to stay inside for the rest of the night and not make any more noise.

March 28:
Officer received a call from a mother who said her 18-year-old daughter had been refused entry into Canada. The woman was concerned about her daughter because she was so far from home. Officers looked for the daughter, but were unable to locate her.

March 27:
Officers assisted inspectors at the port of entry with a subject who had scuffled with inspectors after refusing to provide identification. The subject was arrested for assault and released after processing. A report was forwarded to the prosecutor�s office for review.

March 27:
A person reported seeing lights on in a house that she had been asked to watch while the owners were on vacation. Officers contacted the occupants and learned they were family members.

March 27:
An officer stopped a vehicle in the 900 block of H Street belonging to a person he knew to have a suspended driver�s license. Upon contacting the driver, she provided a false name and address to the officer. The driver then fled the scene. Following a short pursuit, the driver was apprehended. She was booked into Whatcom County jail for eluding a police officer, DWLS/R 2nd and providing false information. The vehicle was impounded.

March 26:
A resident in the 2700 block of Peace Portal Drive reported that someone had walked up to her residence, shouted profanities at her and proceeded to punch out a window. There is a suspect in the case and it is under investigation.

March 25:
Officers were dispatched to a report of an assault between an adult male and a juvenile in the 600 block of Adelia Street. On arrival officers found the incident had been only verbal in nature and was between two families. Officers talked to all parties involved and they agreed to stay away from each other.

March 25:
A Blaine officer assisted the court by transporting an individual who had violated the terms of her electronic home detention, to jail.

March 25:
A resident in the 600 block of 9th Street requested an officer be present while he spoke to a neighbor boy who used his property without permission. Officer contacted the boy and two of his friends. The boys spoke with the resident and apologized. The resident did not want further police action.

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