Police Report -- June 14, 2007

Published on Thu, Jun 14, 2007
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POLICE REPORTS

June 12: A parent of a middle school student contacted the Blaine police department to report that her son was gone from school with another student and she wanted to report him missing. Checking online, she found that he was online at an unknown location. Known associates of her son were also missing from school. The truants are being sought.

June 12: A citizen reported having their cell phone stolen overnight, from an unlocked vehicle parked in front of their home on Wood Duck Way. There is no suspect information at this time. A report was taken and police personnel were advised for patrols.

June 11: Officers responded to a report of a domestic disturbance and contacted an upset man at a residence in the 300 block of E Street. He had been yelling, but not at anyone or anything in particular. Officers remained on the scene long enough to ensure the problem was under control and not deteriorating, then left the area.

June 11: Blaine police assisted the fire department on a call of a possible structure fire at an apartment complex in the 1600 block of Runge Avenue. Officers provided traffic control until the fire department completed their investigation into an overheated baseboard heater.

June 11: A resident called to report that a person was sitting on the back steps of their business drinking a beer and behaving strangely. The man was contacted and found to be a U.S. transient who took to drink after being denied entry to Canada at the nearby customs crossing. He received a warning for drinking in public and coupon for a ride to Bellingham.

June 11: A Blaine resident reported to officers that her daughter’s jacket had been stolen from the soccer field in April, then recovered a couple of weeks later when classmates saw another girl wearing the coat. The 13-year-old suspect and her parents refused to make restitution for the damage and wear to the new jacket.

June 10: An officer’s investigation revealed that a person was driving with a suspended driver’s license. The 27-year-old Blaine resident was stopped, arrested, and released with a mandatory court appearance. Her vehicle was impounded.