Police Report -- August 07, 2003

Published on Thu, Aug 7, 2003
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POLICE REPORTS

August 3:
Dispatch reported a group of teenage girls who were harassing some young kids at a lemonade stand in the 1200 block of Mitchell Street. Officer arrived and determined a 13-year-old female had assaulted another 13-year-old female subject by slapping her in the face and throwing a glass of Kool Aid on her. Officer located the subject, who had fled the area on foot, and arrested her for assault. The suspect was released to her parent after being investigated.

August 3:
Officers were dispatched to a domestic dispute between a mother and her 13-year-old daughter in the 600 block of A Street. Officers arrived and found the daughter was out of control and the mother was simply trying to discipline her. The daughter was warned and the parent was urged to get counseling for both of them.

August 2:
A citizen in the 500 block of Cedar Street called to report that a person who had been asked to leave a residence was now sitting across from the house in the parking lot. When the man was again asked to leave, he stated he was going to sit in the parking lot and watch the house. Officers contacted the man and advised him of stalking laws. He voluntarily agreed to leave the area.

August 2:
Customs inspectors contacted a vehicle as it arrived at the Peace Arch port of entry. A check of the vehicle revealed it was stolen from Alaska. The driver of the vehicle was arrested and booked into jail.

August 2:
Residents reported seeing a man assaulting a woman in the alleyway in the 1100 block of 4th Street. Officers contacted the victim, a 19-year-old girl who was crying hysterically after being hit in the face by her 21-year-old boyfriend during an argument. The boyfriend, who had been drinking, denied anything had occurred and ordered the officers to leave. He was arrested and booked into Whatcom County jail for assault and malicious mischief.

August 1:
A man flagged down an officer for assistance in the 300 block of H Street after he was beaten by three male subjects in the county just outside Blaine city limits. Officers requested a medic to treat the man�s injuries and contacted a Whatcom County Sheriff�s Deputy to handle the assault investigation.

August 1:
An officer investigated an assault complaint in the 1000 block of H Street. A teenager reported that he made an admittedly inappropriate remark to someone he thought was a friend, but found out too late that the person was a stranger. The stranger took offense to the rude remark and hit him. The victim did not receive serious injuries and could not identify the stranger. Case status pending further information.

August 1:
Whatcom County sheriff�s office (WCSO) asked Blaine officers to assist them with dealing with a suicidal subject in the 400 block of Seafair Drive. Officers responded and provided cover. The person was transported to the hospital by medics. Officers cleared without incident.

August 1:
Officers saw a man and a woman arguing in the 600 block of 3rd Street. Both said nothing physical occurred and the dispute was resolved. Officers are investigating the possibility that there is an outstanding order prohibiting them from contacting each other. A report will be forwarded to the prosecutor for review.

August 1:
A person entering the U.S. from Canada was found to have a personal use amount of prescription medicines illegally in his possession. Blaine officers investigated and will forward a report to the county prosecutor. The person was taken to the hospital for a heart condition shortly after being informed he was under arrest.

August 1:
Complainant reported loud music coming from a residence in the 1400 block of Mitchell Street where a band was practicing. Officer arrived and heard the band playing from the street in front of the residence. Officer made contact with the musicians in the band and informed them of the noise ordinance. Subjects said they would keep the music down. Officer cleared with no further incident.

August 1:
Dispatch reported a 911 hang-up call at a residence in the 600 block of D Street. Officers arrived and determined there was no emergency, but a one-year-old baby was learning how to use the telephone. Officers cleared without further incident.

July 31:
A man reported he had parked his pick-up by the commercial gate on Marine Drive and left his vehicle unlocked. He returned two hours later and his $200 cell phone and $50 hedge trimmer were missing. Suspects have been identified and the case is under investigation.

July 31:
A truck owner reported that someone took three new batteries from his truck in the 1300 block of Boblett Street. The batteries are valued at $300. The incident is under investigation.

July 31:
Officers responded to a missing child report in the 1100 block of Mary Avenue when a 13-year-old female took a short walk and failed to return home. Officers located the child with four other children who were away from home without permission. The children�s parents were called to the scene when the children refused to cooperate with the officers. Each child received a lecture from their parents and were taken home by their parents.

July 29:
A parent in the 400 block of C Street reported her daughter was injured by shots from a BB gun. An officer investigated and identified two juvenile male suspects, ages 13 and 16. The case has been referred to the Juvenile Prosecutor for review.

July 29:
Complainant in the 700 block of Boblett Street reported an ex-boyfriend has been trying to contact her through e-mail. Complainant also stated there is a court order prohibiting him from having any kind of contact with her. An officer verified the restraining order is valid. Case under investigation.