Police Report -- April 12, 2001

Published on Thu, Apr 12, 2001
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April 11: Officers conducted foot patrol of the downtown business area. One disturbance was handled in the 400 block of Peace Portal Drive. Nothing else unusual was found and all businesses were secure.
April 10: An officer saw a car in a ditch in the 300 block of Allen Street. An officer saw a subject walk away who was later identified as the driver. The vehicle was towed to Crown Towing. The driver was later located, found to have warrants, arrested and taken to jail.
April 10: While on foot patrol in the 500 block of Peace Portal Drive officers saw a vehicle leaving the parking lot of a closed business. One officer checked the business while the other followed the vehicle to Canada Customs. A broken window was found on a parked car.
April 10: A person called to report a suspicious person loitering around a local business. The suspect was contacted and, at the reporting person’s request, was trespassed from the business. The suspect left without incident.
April 9: An officer assisted a WCSO deputy with a suspect contact in the 4500 block of Drayton Harbor Road. The person was taken into custody by the deputy without incident.
April 9: Officers were assisting U.S. Immigration with a suspended driver at the Peace Arch POE. A U.S. Customs officer requested officers to stop a car that failed to stop at customs. Officers assisted by stopping the car.
April 9: A resident in the 400 block of Peace Portal Drive filed a report with police about her landlord. She said he keeps entering her apartment without giving notice. Officers were attempting to contact the landlord.
April 9: An officer was advised of two subjects teeing off on the bridge on Mitchell Street, with golf balls landing on the interstate. An officer located the golfing duo walking on Mitchell and advised them to practice their golf game elsewhere.
April 9: Officers contacted a driver at the Peace Arch POE for a suspended driver. He was cited and his car was impounded.
April 9: Officers responded to a reported assault at a residence in the 900 block of Blaine Avenue. The officers arrested two adult females for mutual DV/assault 4th. One female was cited and released and the other was booked into jail.
April 9: A subject was being detained at the Peace Arch POE for being in possession of a suspended Kansas driver’s license. He was cited for DWLS/R 3rd degree and released. The vehicle was impounded.
April 9: An officer was summoned to search for a subject who had forged a check and tried to cash the check at a local bank. A juvenile was found, arrested, and taken to juvenile detention. The parents were notified.
April 8: U.S. Customs reported two male subjects: one juvenile in possession of marijuana and one adult in possession of a drug pipe. The juvenile was arrested and released. The adult will be summoned for possession of drug paraphernalia.
April 8: A resident reported a 12-year-old male driving a car in an alley in the 1000 block of Mitchell Street. The violation was not seen by an officer. The child and his parent were sternly warned about possible future consequences of the same scenario.
April 8: A motel manager in the 200 block of Cedar Street reported that a guest checked out of a room and removed motel property valued at $164. A Blaine officer investigated and will send a theft report and summons to the prosecutor for review.
April 8: A Blaine officer assisted U.S. Customs by investigating an incident after U.S. Customs inspectors seized a small amount of marijuana and a pipe during an inspection. A man was arrested and cited to Blaine court.
April 8: During a traffic stop for speeding an officer discovered the driver had bought the vehicle in September 2000 and had failed to transfer the title. The driver was issued a citation for the offense.
April 7: Officers checked on the welfare of a senior resident in the 1800 block of Peace Portal Drive who seemed disoriented and had blood on his face. The man had been in an auto accident and was out for a walk. He cut himself shaving and needed no police assistance.
April 7: A motorist reported a vehicle collision on state route 543 and D Street. Officers responded and located a blocking, multiple vehicle, injury collision. Officers treated the injured until fire personnel arrived.
April 7: A Blaine officer assisted the fire department with an ALS response to the home of a 79-year-old diabetic who was unable to care for himself in the 1100 block of Blaine Street. The senior resident was conscious and breathing. Medics handled the call.
April 4: An officer observed two juveniles throwing tree branches off the overpass on Mitchell Avenue. Contact was made with the juveniles who were ages six and seven and a stern warning was given. Contact was made with the parents.
April 4: A person reported a car prowl in progress in the 400 block of Peace Portal Drive. Officers were unable to locate the suspects. Nothing is believed to have been taken.
April 4: A resident in the 600 block of B Street phoned police to report her husband taking her car. Officers contacted the husband who said they are in the process of getting a divorce. The husband returned the car and the wife was happy.
April 4: U.S. Immigration informed officers that there was a subject in a restaurant in the 200 block of D Street that had an outstanding warrant. Officers located the subject and found that he did not have any warrants.
April 4: An officer contacted a man digging on a public right of way in the 1700 block of Hughes in the early morning hours. The man was taking gravel from the shoulder of the road to use in his garden. He was given a warning and decided to buy his own
April 4:An officer provided a stranded traveler a courtesy ride from the area of the Pacific Highway POE to a local motel.
April 3: An officer investigated a complaint that someone forced the Drayton Hillside gate open with their vehicle and caused $50 damage.

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