Police Report -- May 01, 2003

Published on Thu, May 1, 2003
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POLICE REPORTS

April 28:
Complainant reported two speakers worth $53 were stolen from the library. Officer contacted the subject and arrested him for theft 3rd degree. The speakers were later located in the arrestee�s residence. Arrestee was released to his parents.

April 27:
Officers were dispatched to Semiahmoo Resort for a patron being out of control. Officers arrived and found that the patron had an earlier incident with another guest and was upset. All parties involved were contacted. Officers determined that no crime had occurred.

April 27:
U.S. Customs reported a subject entering the U.S. while in possession of heroin. A passenger in a car that had been moved to a secondary inspection area was found to be carrying .9 grams of heroin in their backpack. Subject was booked into jail.

April 25:
A juvenile in the 200 block of G Street reported his mother and another female attempting to get the number of the bank account he shares with his father. The issue is a family matter and no crime had occurred.

April 24:
A citizen in the 300 block of Alder Street reported her husband missing. The missing person and associated vehicle were entered into law enforcement databases.

April 24:
Blaine K-9 team assisted the Bellingham police department in a stand-off with an armed subject in the 4200 block of Guide Meridian. Subject was taken into custody by Bellingham police.

April 24:
Officers recovered a vehicle which had been stolen in Richmond, B.C. It appeared the vehicle may have been used to enter the U.S. illegally. Vehicle was impounded.

April 24:
A citizen in the 400 block of G Street called to report a verbal dispute between her and her adult son. The dispute was verbal only. The son agreed to find somewhere else to stay until things cooled down. Both parties said they would call the police if there were any further problems.

April 23:
Complainant reported a student damaging school property and intimidating a school official. The student was arrested for malicious mischief and released to a parent. Matter will be forwarded to the juvenile prosecutor.

April 23:
Officers received a complaint of a dog at large in the area of the 600 block of F Street. Officers located the dog and turned it over to the Whatcom Humane Society.

April 23:
A Blaine resident reported losing his black leather wallet at the Blaine laundrymat within the last five days. Report generated for informational purposes. Another resident turned in the wallet and it was returned to the owner.

April 22:
Officers investigated a complaint of counterfeit business checks at a local bank. Case under continuing investigation.

April 22:
A local bank reported a subject opening a bank account using a counterfeit check. The complaint is being investigated.

April 22:
A person in the 600 block of E Street reported finding stolen property in her home. Her son admitted to stealing the property. Charges will be forwarded to the juvenile prosecutor for review.

April 17:
Complainant reported two teenage female subjects who had been using fake identification to get into clubs in Canada. Officer contacted the females who admitted to using fake identification to go to the dance clubs in Canada. Both subjects no longer had the identification. Officer advised them of the laws they were breaking and warned them not to do it again.

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