Police Report -- May 22, 2003

Published on Thu, May 22, 2003
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POLICE REPORTS

May 19:
Complainant reported his seven-year-old son told him his uncle had sexually molested him while he was at his grandmother�s house. It was determined that the grandmother lived outside the Blaine city limits. The initial report was forwarded to the Whatcom County Sheriff�s Office for investigation.

May 19:
A five-year-old boy walked out of his house in the 9200 block of Semiahmoo Parkway while his father was sleeping. The boy walked 1.2 miles to see a friend. An officer made contact with the father, who came and picked up his son.

May 19:
Report of kids in the 600 block of 8th Street sitting in the roadway and blocking traffic. An officer contacted the complainant and one of the juveniles. The juvenile was warned about his behavior. His mother was notified when she arrived home from work.

May 18:
BCBP at the Peace Arch POE reported a vehicle that was driving in Peace Arch Park. A Border patrol agent requested Blaine officers check the area in an attempt to locate the vehicle. After speaking with people in the park and the reporting officer, it was determined the vehicle was driving northbound on the grass and was on the Canadian side. It was also determined the incident had occurred approximately five minutes prior to being called out.

May 17:
Officers investigated an assault in the 800 block of 4th Street between an adult female and her mother. It was determined that an assault had occurred. The daughter was arrested for Assault 4 DV and booked into Whatcom County Jail.

May 16:
Officers responded to a Blaine residence in the 9700 block of Vista Terrace for a reported assault. The assault stemmed from name calling between two adult females. The victim received a small abrasion, but reported no further injuries. Investigation led to the arrest of one of the females, and she was booked into Whatcom County Jail.

May 15:
Officers responded to the school after an employee saw two boys throw a bench into the bushes. They then went to the track and started moving equipment around. Both boys were warned not to move or play with property that did not belong to them. They put everything back and were trespassed for the evening. Parents were notified of the contact.

May 14:
Complainant in the 900 block of H Street reported that a person or persons unknown had removed three of the four bolts holding his camper shell onto his pick-up truck, while it was parked at his place of work. This caused the shell to partially come off during his drive home. No damage resulted to the truck or the camper. Officers will perform patrols in the area. There are no suspects in the case.