Police Report -- September 18, 2003

Published on Thu, Sep 18, 2003
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POLICE REPORTS

September 15:

A person in the 400 block of Martin Street reported that her ex-business partner stole a large sum of money from her and subsequently disappeared. Case referred to Whatcom County prosecutors office for review.

September 14:
A citizen reported loud noises in the neighborhood in the 9700 block of Vista Terrace. While an officer was en route to the call, they received information that the �noise problem� was leaving the area. Patrol of the area was provided but the noise had left the area.

September 14:
A person being detained by the USBP for immigration reasons was found to be in possession of methamphetamine, drug paraphernalia and marijuana. The person was also found to have numerous outstanding warrants for his arrest. The subject was taken into custody and booked into jail.

September 14:
A person in the 200 block of B Street reported a window in her house damaged by a BB. The person believes it may have happened accidentally by a neighbor when they were shooting at birds in their yard. Under investigation.

September 14:
A person in the 2200 block of Seaside Drive was arrested and booked into jail after assaulting his wife of 14 days. The victim�s injuries were minor.

September 13:
A citizen in the 1200 block of Blaine Avenue reported their car was broken into sometime during the past few days. Unknown persons had busted out the back windshield and taken a car stereo. There are no suspects at this time.

September 13:
Complainant reported two people together in violation of a no contact order. Officers contacted the suspects and learned one was an adult and the other a juvenile. The juvenile was detained until a parent could arrive to pick her up. The incident was referred to the prosecutor for review.

September 13:
Officers were dispatched to a report of a theft in progress in the 800 block of Alder Street. Suspects had taken a ping pong table in place of money that was loaned to another. The complainant had no knowledge of a verbal contract her husband had made with the suspects. It was determined that this was a civil matter and the ping pong table was brought back to its location. The suspect was advised to take the matter to court to get his money back.

September 12:
A citizen reported juveniles firing a paint gun at objects in the 600 block of 10th Street. Two juveniles were contacted and they were shooting at a piece of plywood in their backyard. They were advised to not shoot anywhere besides their own property.

September 10:
A citizen reported observing a male carrying a hockey bag from the border area to a nearby truck. The person felt the subject may be involved in drug smuggling activity, but rather, he was in the process of moving.

September 10:
A resident in the 600 block of A Street reported an ongoing problem with a neighbor�s pets urinating on an upstairs deck. The urine runs between the gaps in the deck and down onto the complainant�s patio. The dog�s owner, after being previously warned, was criminally cited for the offense.

September 10:
Blaine PD K-9 team was called to assist WCSO with the track of a wanted felon. The team responded and initiated a track. During the course of the track the suspect fled towards law enforcement officers who were maintaining a perimeter and the man was taken into custody without incident.

September 10:
A Blaine officer conducted a missing persons investigation and located a 13-year-old female who had run away from home. The juvenile was in violation of a court ordered curfew. A copy of the report will be sent to the juvenile prosecutor and probation department.

September 10:
Officers contacted an individual in the 600 block of SR 543 who was stopping traffic in an attempt to get a ride to Bellingham. Officers gave the individual a ride to the Bellingham airport.