Police Report -- April 24, 2003

Published on Thu, Apr 24, 2003
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POLICE REPORTS

April 22:
An officer investigated a one car roll-over MVA. Speed was the cause of the accident. A ticket was issued.

April 21:
Officers responded to a reported verbal domestic in the 900 block of Harrison Avenue. It was determined that it was verbal only and the parties were arguing over an ongoing family problem.

April 21:
Officers received a call from the Federal Way police department, requesting a check of north Blaine for a vehicle which was stolen from their jurisdiction. Officers located the vehicle near Peace Arch Park. It was parked off of the roadway and locked. The owner came to Blaine to retrieve the vehicle. The suspect is known to the victim and the police and is believed to have fled to Canada.

April 20:
Report of a burglary that had occurred in the 800 block of Boblett Street. Items reported stolen included: two fire suits, tools, car parts and small block Chevy motor. The total estimated value of stolen items was $28,000.

April 20:
A child choked on a piece of candy in the 500 block of Cedar Street. She was able to swallow it and never stopped breathing. Officers responded with the fire department to check on the child who was okay.

April 20:
Officer ran a routine check on a motor vehicle in the 600 block of D Street which showed the registration as expired. It was later determined the vehicle had switched tabs and the driver had no valid operator�s license. Driver was cited and released. The vehicle was legally parked on the roadway.

April 20:
r window broken out of her house. An egg was also thrown inside through the hole. Case under investigation.

April 19:
A person reported seeing two white dogs running loose in the 1800 block of Peace Portal Drive. He thought one of them may have been injured. Officers checked the area and were not able to find the dogs.

April 19:
Officer observed a vehicle commit a traffic offense on I-5. Driver was contacted and determined to be DWLS/2nd. Driver was cited and released with a mandatory court appearance.

April 19:
Officers were advised aid was responding to a five car injury accident on I-5 at the Peace Arch. Officers responded to assist fire and maintain the scene until the state patrol arrived.

April 18:
Report of an occupied suspicious vehicle parked in an alleyway in the 1300 block of Mitchell Avenue. An officer arrived in the area and found the car was gone. The area was patrolled.

April 17:
Officers responded to an activated fire alarm at Blaine primary school and learned a child registering for kindergarten had set off the alarm. School and fire officials spoke to the child about the incident.

April 17:
A victim in the 700 block of H Street reported she was assaulted by a teenage male subject after she tried to tell him not to jump a fence which led into a restricted area. The male subject cursed at the victim, pushed her down and continued to jump the fence. Case under investigation.

April 17:
Officer was on routine patrol when a collision between two vehicles occurred right next to him in the 800 block of H Street. Officer determined there were no injuries to the persons in the vehicle and had the vehicles move off the roadway. An informational report was generated.

April 17:
Officer received a report from a person who reported an identity theft attempt on her bank account. The reporting person said someone tried to get the bank to automatically pay a credit card bill using her account information. The case will be sent to the detective for investigation.

April 16:
U.S. Customs reported they were questioning a male subject who had marijuana in his possession. Officer arrived and contacted the suspect who admitted the 2.7 grams of marijuana belong to him. Officer arrested the male for possession under 40 grams. Arrestee was cited and released.

April 16:
Complainant reported a teenage male subject was showing off a fake Washington driver�s license. The male said a lot of other people had fake identification. Officer questioned the suspect who confessed to having the fake ID and also told the officer who was manufacturing the fake ID. Officer arrested the person responsible for making the identification.

April 16:
A protected party complained that a defendant called her at work in violation of a pre-trial release no contact court order. The violation was documented and officers will attempt to locate and arrest the subject.

April 16:
A person in the 500 block of 12th Street reported being assaulted by a family member. The suspect was contacted and subsequently arrested. He was booked into Whatcom County juvenile detention.

April 15:
Report of a juvenile trying to open doors at a school after hours. Officer contacted the student who claimed to be looking for a bathroom. No evidence of criminal activity to contradict the student�s claim. Officer drove the student home.

April 15:
Office dispatched to a noise complaint of a loud stereo in the 100 block of 8th Street. Upon arrival, the neighborhood was found quiet. Officer contacted the suspected individual and advised them of the complaint.

April 15:
Officers assisted the Sumas Police Department reggarding a drug investigation. Sumas was in need of a K-9 and search was conducted.

April 15:
An officer received a protection order from the Lummi Tribal Court for service. The order was served by an officer, and the notice was returned to court.

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