Police Report -- April 19, 2001

Published on Thu, Apr 19, 2001
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POLICE REPORTS

April 17: U.S. Border Patrol requested a Blaine officer transport a Border Patrol arrestee from Blaine sector headquarters to Whatcom County Jail. The arrestee was booked for an extraditable felony warrant from San Francisco police.
April 16: An employee of a business in the 200 block of D Street reported that someone stole the front license plate from his Chevy truck while he was at work. The plate was entered into the system as stolen. DOL will issue new license plates.
April 16: U.S. Customs at the Peace Arch POE reported an adult male in possession of marijuana. An officer arrested the subject, cited and released him pending court appearance.
April 15: An officer warned a juvenile about writing on a sign with chalk in the 200 block of H Street.
April 15: Officers investigated a two-car injury accident at Peace Portal and Bell roads. A driver will be issued a ticket for failure to yield right-of-way.
April 15: An acrylic parrot container valued over $200 was reported stolen from the 9700 block of Vista Terrace. The case is under investigation.
April 15: Officers responded to an aid call in the 200 block of D Street where the patient was reported to be bleeding from her catheter. Officers provided assistance until aid arrived.
April 14: An officer stopped a vehicle for speeding in the 5600 block of Drayton Harbor. Subsequent to the stop it was determined that the subject had lived in Washington for approximately one year and had not obtained a Washington state driver’s license. The subject was cited and released with a court date.
April 14: A citizen in the 1000 block of Mitchell Street reported two small juveniles playing with plastic cap guns and pointing them at cars. Officers contacted the kids and their parents and talked with them about pointing guns at people.
April 14: Officers were dispatched to an aid call in the 400 block of C Street for an elderly woman who fell from her bed. Officers arrived and monitored the woman until aid arrived.
April 14: Officers were dispatched to the Peace Arch POE for a possible suspended driver. Officers verified the driver was suspended. He was issued a criminal citation, and his vehicle was impounded.
April 13: Officers were dispatched to assist the fire department with a person who was requesting aid in the 200 block of Marine Drive. Officers arrived and assisted locating the person.
April 13: Officers received a call of dogs harassing children in the 1100 block of Mitchell Avenue. Officers contacted the suspect and advised that the dogs could not be at large. The reporting party did not want to press charges. Information to be forwarded to the humane society.
April 13: U.S. Customs reported an adult male in possession of marijuana at the Peace Arch POE. An officer arrested the male for the offense, cited and released him.
April 13: Officers responded to a call in the 400 block of Marine Drive in reference to a male whose dingy had capsized and he had swam to shore. The man was transported to the hospital by the fire department.
April 13: Officers observed a subject throw a empty cup into a field as he was walking on H Street. The subject was issued a criminal citation for littering and released.
April 13: Officers responded to a male not breathing with no pulse in the 1600 block of Peace Portal Drive. Officers started CPR and attempted AED. Revival attempts were unsuccessful. The officers conducted a death investigation.
April 13: Officers received dispatch to injured animals in Semiahmoo. The officer searched the area and was unable to find the animals.
April 13: A resident in the 300 block of Alder Street complained about her neighbor’s five year old son throwing rocks at her young son. Officers talked with the parents of both juveniles who agreed they were just being kids.
April 13: Officers responded to an aid call for an elderly man having chest pains in the 700 block of Peace Portal Drive. Officers monitored the man until the fire department arrived.
April 12: An individual responded to an E-Bay generated contact for a Palm/Franklin 3C organizer. He mailed a postal money order for $229 to a Blaine address and did not receive a product or refund. The case is under investigation.
April 12: An athletics coach reported two juvenile males having thrown a bicycle in a dumpster at the middle school. An officer spoke to the juveniles who had corrected their error prior to other officer’s arrival. The problem solved – bad joke.
April 11: Blaine officers contacted a man in the 600 block of Peace Portal Drive who was expressing rage at an out of order pay phone. GTE will repair the phone and advise the officers if the phone was damaged during the incident. An internal alarm may have activated.
April 11: U.S. Customs at the Peace Arch POE reported two runaways and one adult male in possession of drug paraphernalia from same group. Officers cited the adult by summons for drug issues. The runaways were released with parental approval.
April 11: Officers contacted three males in the 1300 block of Boblett Street who had removed and damaged a no parking sign from a local business. The males replaced the sign and were trespassed from the business.

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