Police Report -- October 02, 2003

Published on Thu, Oct 2, 2003
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POLICE REPORTS

September 29:

A man and a young female child were rejected by Canadian immigration at the Peace Arch POE due to lack of documents. Officers assisted U.S. Customs personnel by confirming through a church bishop that the man and child were legally travelling together and were related.

September 29:
Officers responded to a possible burglary in progress in the 500 block of D Street. A person had seen a female enter an unoccupied duplex apartment by using a knife to jimmy the door. Investigation and property owner contact determined that the female was at the apartment to clean it. She simply did not have a key. No crime.

September 28:
A person in the 700 block of E Street called police to report that a construction worker was stealing water from a housing complex. Officers spoke with the suspect and discovered a tenant gave him permission to use the water. No crime.

September 28:
A 19-year-old female in the 600 block of A Street assaulted her 39-year-old boyfriend over $500 that was missing from his account. The female was booked into county jail for Domestic Violence Assault.

September 27:
Report of a suspicious person in an apartment complex parking lot. Officers conducted surveillance and found that the suspicious person was actually a father dropping off his child at the mother�s residence. No crime.

September 27:
While standing in the back of the police department, an officer observed a male fail to stop at a stop sign at a very high rate of travel. The vehicle then continued at a high rate of travel before the driver temporarily lost control and sped out of the area. The officer was able to catch up to the vehicle and stop it. The driver was arrested for reckless driving.

September 27:
U.S. Customs reported they were questioning a female subject on I-5 who had a strong odor of alcohol on her breath and whose walking/moving ability was questionable. Officer arrived and met with the woman, who was obviously intoxicated. She was unable to perform field sobriety tests. She was arrested for DUI and she was later released to her husband.

September 27:
A person called the police to report that while she was on an internet website oriented for singles, she observed a man�s profile that offended her and might be criminal in nature. The citizen also made a complaint with the website operators. This case is being given to the department�s internet crime officer for investigation.

September 26:
Officers responded to a call of a suspicious person in a vehicle outside an apartment complex in the 400 block of 8th Street. Officers arrived and contacted the man. The elderly driver advised that he was driving around and looking at the town because he was moving to the area. As he was driving, he noticed a flock of geese. Being an avid bird watcher, he stopped to watch them and admire the sunset.

September 26:
While on patrol in the 1100 block of Blaine Avenue, an officer found an open door at an unoccupied residence. Investigation revealed a burglary had occurred. Evidence suggested that a transient forced entry and used the house as a refuge for the night. No property was stolen. There was damage to two door frames. There are no witnesses or suspects.

September 25:
Complainant reported that his step-son was smoking marijuana in his garage in the 500 block of 12th Street. Officers arrived and located four teenage boys in the garage. One of the boys was in possession of a marijuana pipe and was smoking marijuana and he was arrested. Another teenage boy, who had delivered the marijuana, was also arrested. Both boys were booked into the juvenile detention facility.

September 25:
Officers responded to the 800 block of Peace Portal Drive after receiving a report of an irate customer who was causing problems. The man was upset over the cost of the bottles of wine he had ordered. The bill was paid and the man left, vowing never to return.

September 25:
Officers responded to a noise complaint in the 9700 block of Lincoln Lane. It was determined that this was an on-going neighborhood dispute, involving a large number of people in a small area. Officers asked the person to turn down the music, and after a long discussion about previous acts, he did so.

September 25:
Officers responded with aid units to a report of a highly intoxicated male who was requesting assistance in the 100 block of 10th Street. Officers stood by with the patient until aid arrived. The male provided a breath sample of over five times the legal limit. NWFRS personnel transported the male to the hospital for an evaluation.

September 24:
Officer took a report from a female subject in the 600 block of A Street who had dog urine drip on her from a patio above hers in an apartment complex. This is an on-going case involving the upstairs neighbor. The offending neighbor was cited for public nuisance.

September 23:
A person was getting things out of his storage unit in the 900 block of Boblett Street when he noticed a man who had a hand gun tucked in his pants. He said the man was not threatening anyone, but he wanted police to check the person. Officers contacted the person, who has a concealed weapons permit. The man said he normally keeps his weapon hidden, but because it was so hot and a semi-private setting, he had taken his shirt off. No crime.

September 23:
Report of vandalism at a construction site in the 4200 block of W 99th Place. Styrofoam foundations forms were damaged. Incident under investigation.