Police Reports: November 2-7

November 2, 7:43 a.m.: Officers responded to assist WCSO at a residential burglary in-progress occurring just outside of the city limits. Two suspects were contacted and ultimately arrested and booked into jail on charges of burglary.

November 2, 1:15 p.m.: A person called to report a fight in progress just outside her workplace. An officer arrived a few moments later and found the two parties had already separated. With the help of US Border Patrol, the officer interviewed the two would be combatants, as well as a few witnesses. The officer determined that an assault had not occurred, and the two were arguing over one male wanting to hit golf balls from the road. The Arnold Palmer wannabe was advised he should not use the public area as a driving range, and both parties were advised to stay away from each other.

November 3, 1:43 p.m.: While following up on a reported transient camp, an officer contacted a man, in a public area, just as he was heating up his meth pipe. The man was arrested, cited and released with a mandatory court date for possession of drug paraphernalia.

November 4, 9:02 a.m.: A Blaine Public Works employee called to request a welfare check on a young man that looked lost and confused. An officer checked the area a few minutes after being provided the information but was unable to locate the young man.

November 4, 11:11 a.m.: An officer responded to the Peace Arch port of entry for two juvenile females in possession of alcohol and marijuana. The two young ladies, both Skagit County residents, were arrested and released to an adult family member. Charges will be forwarded to juvenile court.

November 4, 3:33 p.m.: A person called to report that someone had entered his locked vehicle sometime during the early morning hours and stolen approximately $500 to $1,000 worth of video games and an older generation iPod. There was no visible damage to the vehicle.

November 4, 10:28 p.m.: Officers responded to an aid call where a 24-year-old woman was unconscious and unresponsive from an apparent heroin overdose. Aid personnel arrived prior to officers and administered Narcan, an opiate antidote, to the woman. She was transported to St. Joseph’s Medical Center.

November 5, 7:25 a.m.: Police were called to the 600 block of Peace Portal Drive for a report of a man coming into a business, yelling at the employees, and acting strangely. The responding officer found the man behind the International Motel. Based on the officer’s experience he believed the man’s behavior was an indicator he may have recently taken methamphetamine. The officer verified the man had no warrants and formally trespassed him from the business.

November 5, 11:50 p.m.: Officers contacted four young adults at the Blaine pier late at night. The quartet had traveled over an hour to gaze across the water at Canada from the United States. They were advised they were trespassing in a park after hours and decided to continue on their way.

November 6, 3:08 p.m.: A B.C. man was arrested, cited and released with a mandatory court date for being in possession of a legend drug without being prescribed the medication. He admitted to getting the medication, an anabolic steroid, from a friend.

November 7, 9:11 a.m.: The Blaine Public Library requested a transient male be trespassed from their property. The man had been frequenting the library, and during his visits several complaints had been received regarding a variety of his behaviors. Although the staff had given the man several warnings, he continued to make poor choices. Police contacted the man and advised him of the trespass. The man stated he understood.

November 7, 1:47 p.m.: An officer was dispatched to check the welfare of a transient man in the 200 block of D street. The officer arrived and spoke with the man. Based on his condition, the officer believed the man had not moved from that spot for an extended period of time, and he determined an evaluation by medics was warranted. NWFRS attended to the man, who agreed to go to the ER for further evaluation. The man left behind a significant amount of trash and bodily waste, and biohazard professionals were contracted to properly clean the area.

November 7, 4:12 p.m.: An officer was dispatched to a report of a vehicle that had crashed off the roadway near the intersection of Yew and Hughes. The officer checked the area for the vehicle, but it was gone when he arrived.

November 7, 9:45 p.m.: An officer contacted a Canadian citizen illegally crabbing in the 200 block of Marine Drive. The man was not in possession of any crab, and he ceased his activity and left the closed pier. This information will be shared with Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife.

November 7, 10:50 p.m.: A anonymous caller reported a man and woman having a verbal argument in a vacant parking lot. Officers responded and contacted the couple and determined the argument was verbal in nature only. The transient couple was warned about their disorderly conduct and allowed to continue on their journey to find a warmer place to sleep.

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