Blaine Police reports: November 18-21

November 18, 5:10 p.m.: A person reported a burglary to her home which occurred sometime in the last couple of days. At first she believed a family member may have borrowed the two items she noticed missing, but as it became evident more things were missing she realized she and her family had been the victims of a thief or thieves.

November 18, 9:08 p.m.: A resident in the 1100 Block of Harrison Avenue reported having been the victim of a burglary. A bag containing several valuables disappeared from her home during a specific window of time. The investigation is ongoing.

November 19, 11:45 a.m.: An officer was flagged down by a concerned citizen who found a credit card which was left in the ATM at the WECU. The card was placed into safekeeping at the police department.

November 19, 12:45 p.m.: A concerned citizen asked police to check on a transient male sitting on a bench in front of the Post Office. An officer checked on the man, who has been in the area for several months now. He stated he was fine and refused all offers of assistance.

November 20, 10:07 a.m.: A business employee reported feeling uncomfortable about a man who had been standing around outside for the past week or so. An officer contacted the man who was known to the officer as someone who is currently living out of his car. The man said he had been trying to bum cigarettes off of people. He agreed to continue his tobacco hunt elsewhere.

November 20, 11:09 p.m.: A couple staying at a local motel reported being harassed by another person. Officer arrived and determined that although bothersome in nature, the suspect’s behavior did not fit the elements of the crime of harassment. The suspect had left the area, but the motel manager requested to have her trespassed from the property. All parties involved were instructed to call 911 if the suspect returns, so the trespass could be completed.

November 20, 7:30 p.m.: Officers were dispatched to the 1300 block of Boblett Street for a report of disorderly conduct. Officers arrived and found the suspects had left the area. The caller stated he was entering the gas station pump area in his vehicle when the suspects, who apparently thought he had been driving too fast, engaged in hostile and profane words towards him. The suspects kicked the bumper of the caller’s car before leaving the area. As there was no damage to the vehicle the complainant stated he did not wish to pursue charges. The officer remained in the area until the man finished pumping his gas, just in case the suspects returned.

November 21, 12:46 p.m.: The Peace Arch port of entry requested an officer to make contact with a woman who was in possession of a firearm with the serial number filed off. An officer verified the serial number on the pistol had been filed off. The 49-year-old woman from Mississippi was issued a criminal citation with a mandatory court appearance date, and the revolver was placed into evidence.

November 21, 6:57 p.m.: For the second night in a row a person reported being harassed by another in the 200 block of Martin Street. The caller reported he was walking his dog and saw the suspect parked in the motel parking lot. Once spotted, the suspect allegedly left the area. The complainant was advised to call the police again when the person returns, so officers can attempt to make contact with her. All officers were made aware of the ongoing incident and the need to contact the suspect to trespass her from the area.

November 21, 8:26 p.m.: Again, for the second time in the same night, a person reported being harassed by another in the 200 block of Martin Street. The caller reported he was outside his motel room and saw the person he had complained about earlier. This time the suspect was parked across the street. Again, once spotted, the suspect allegedly left the area. Officers canvassed the area in an attempt to contact the suspect, but again the suspect was not found.

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