Police Report -- December 18, 2003

Published on Thu, Dec 18, 2003
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POLICE REPORTS

December 14:

An officer observed a person loitering behind a closed business in the 500 block of Peace Portal Drive in the early morning hours. It appeared the person was trying to open doors. Officers contacted the person, who advised that he was looking for a restroom. The person was identified and allowed to leave, when it was apparent that no crime had occurred.

December 14:
Officer contacted a male walking on the road in the early hours of the morning. Since it was raining and the male wanted to go to Canada, the officer asked if he wanted a ride to the Canadian port. The subject was checked and dispatch advised that no warrants existed in the U.S. The subject was provided a courtesy ride to Douglas Customs. A short time later a Canadian immigration inspector contacted the officer and told him the man was wanted on a Canada wide warrant and had been arrested.

December 14:
Officer took a report of telephone harassment in the 700 block of A Street. The complainant did not wish to pursue charges. The suspect was advised to quit making phone calls to the victim, and she agreed to do so.

December 14:
Officers responded to the Peace Arch port of entry for a suspended driver. It was determined the registered owner was the driver, who was revoked in the first degree due to being a habitual offender. The driver was cited and released. The vehicle was impounded with a 30-day hold.

December 14:
Officer found a vehicle blocking the roadway on SR543. During the contact it was found that the male driver and female passenger were involved in a verbal domestic dispute. Officers spoke with both parties and determined the dispute was verbal only, and no crime had been committed.

December 13:
U.S.Customs reported they were questioning a male subject who had marijuana in his possession. Officer arrived and arrested the male subject for being in possession of marijuana under 40 grams. Male subject was released after being issued a criminal citation.

December 13:
Dispatch reported a blocking vehicle collision in the 800 block of D Street. Officers arrived and assisted the two drivers and one passenger. The driver of one vehicle complained of her left knee hurting, but refused any medical treatment. The driver of the other vehicle did not complain of any injuries. Officers cleared the vehicles from the roadway and took down both drivers´┐Ż information. Officer determined that one driver had failed to yield the right of way.

December 13:
A citizen requested we check in on her husband who had hurt his knee while he was home alone in the 800 block of Blaine Avenue. Officer checked in on the husband, who was able to get around on his own, and refused any medical treatment. Officer cleared with no further incident.

December 12:
U.S. Customs requested assistance with an adult female subject who was having serious memory lapses. Officer arrived and assisted the female subject by contacting her family and providing a safe place for her to stay.

December 12:
Complainant reported her foster child returned home to the 4300 block of Vista Avenue after leaving without permission and got into an argument with her and her daughter. Officer spoke with the foster child who agreed to calm down and obey the rules of the house.

December 12:
Blaine PD K9 Team was asked by a local business owner in the 1300 block of Boblett Road to check some equipment for narcotics or narcotic contamination. Team checked the equipment and received no indication of the odor of narcotics. Team cleared without incident.

December 11:
Officers were dispatched to a four vehicle collision at SR543. The driver of one of the vehicles, a 77-year-old male, was injured and was transported to St. Joseph Hospital. Following an investigation of the collision, a 67-year-old Langley resident was cited by summons for negligent driving in the second Degree.

December 11:
A citizen in the 1100 block of Blaine Avenue contacted the police department to complain about a neighbor who was in her yard picking up trash. The neighbor was contacted and asked to stay off the property.

December 11:
A store security guard in the 1700 block of H Street observed an adult and a juvenile shoplift items that were valued at $18. Items recovered were six items of candy and Colgate Simply White Night Gel. A Blaine officer investigated the incident, cited the adult to Blaine Municipal Court, and referred the other to the juvenile prosecutor for review.

December 10:
While working at a business in the 600 block of 3rd Street, a construction worker found a knife in some shrubbery. Officers took the knife as found property.

December 10:
Officers were dispatched to an aid call in the 600 block of 11th Street. A person had an asthma attack and did not have his medicine. Officers stood by until the fire department arrived.

December 10:
Officers were asked to check the welfare of a driver whose car system was calling for help in the 9100 block of Belted Kingfisher Road. Officers discovered the driver was home and needed no assistance. The driver said he did not know what button he had pushed to activate the distress signal.

December 10:
A Canadian citizen called the police department to report that her husband was missing. She thought he was in the United States, but she had last seen him in Canada. Officers advised the person to call RCMP. Officers also checked with Canadian and U.S. Customs. Neither had any record of the missing person entering or leaving the U.S.