Police Report -- June 14, 2001

Published on Thu, Jun 14, 2001
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POLICE REPORTS

June 11: Officers received a report of a coyote walking down the street in the 900 block of 3rd Street. Officers checked the area but were unable to locate it.
June 10: Officers responded to a fight in progress in the 700 block of Peace Portal Drive. Officers arrived and found it to be a domestic dispute. There are valid protection orders in affect. The male was arrested for violating the order and assaulting his wife.
June 10: U.S. Customs requested assistance regarding a subject having possession of marijuana and a pipe. The Canadian resident was arrested, processed and released with a mandatory court date.
June 10: Officers contacted a victim of a domestic violence assault in the 600 block of D Street who had a warrant for her arrest. The person was advised to contact the court on Monday to resolve the problem.
June 10: Officers were dispatched to a verbal domestic dispute in the 600 block of D Street. Officers arrived and witnessed a man assault a woman. The man was arrested and booked into Whatcom County Jail.
June 10: While awaiting passengers in the 200 block of D Street during the Peace Arch celebration, an individual decided to dump the waste tank from the bus he was driving. The incident was witnessed by other drivers and will be forwarded to the city prosecutor for review.
June 9: An officer was advised of illegal crabbing at the pier on Marine Drive. The officer investigated and found five illegal crabbers with 12 undersized crabs. The crabbers were cited.
June 9: An officer responded to a motor vehicle accident at the Union 76 service station. An elderly male backed into a cement post with his motorhome and caused severe damage to his vehicle. The post was not damaged.
June 9: Dispatch reported a complainant in the 600 block of Cherry Street reported her dog was attacked by two other dogs. The officer later located the owners of the suspected dogs and advised them they would be receiving citations in the mail for dogs at large.
June 8: An individual reported a subject changed the “pay to” name on a check and deposited it into the subject’s personal account instead of giving it to the party it was intended for.
June 8: A report was received of a person who might jump the ditch so he could enter the U.S. illegally. An officer assisted the U.S. Border Patrol by patrolling the border. The person was not located and probably had not jumped the ditch.
June 8: An officer assisted the U.S. Border patrol with the apprehension of an individual in the 200 block of D Street who had entered the county illegally. The individual was taken into custody by U.S.B.P. Agents.
June 8: An individual was arrested and issued a citation at the Peace Arch POE for driving with a suspended license. The driver was released and his vehicle was impounded.
June 8: An officer responded to an aid call in the 300 block of 8th Street where a patient was having difficulty with his diabetes. The officer was cleared when aid arrived.
June 7: An officer stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation on Drayton Harbor and Semiahmoo Parkway. The officer arrested the driver for DWLS/R 3rd and a Bellingham warrant. The driver was cited for no insurance and warned for failure to yield right-of-way. The subject was booked only on the Bellingham warrant.
June 7: An officer stopped a vehicle in the 1600 block of Peace Portal Drive for an equipment violation and found the driver to be DUI. The driver was arrested, processed, and released. The vehicle was impounded.
June 7: Dispatch reported a young female subject called 911 and reported she was home with two dead people in the 600 block of A Street. Officers arrived and determined the four-year-old girl who made the call had made up the story. Officers spoke to the child.
June 7: An officer was dispatched to a residence in the 1600 block of Runge Avenue in reference to an attempted burglary that occurred the night before. The officer was given names of possible suspects. No entry was gained and an investigation is continuing.
June 7: An officer received a call of a person refusing to leave a business in the 600 block of 8th Street. The reporting party did not want this subject permanently trespassed. The subject left at officer’s request without further incident.
June 7: A person entering the U.S. from Canada was arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia. He was issued a criminal citation and released.
June 7: An officer received a report of a violation of an anti-harassment order. The officer contacted the victim and listened to the message the suspect had left on the answering machine. A citation will be mailed to the suspect.
June 6: A citizen in the 2700 block of Peace Portal Drive reported finding a broken window in his house. The citizen is in the process of moving. No one entered the house. The window was broken sometime in the last two days. There are no suspects at this time.
June 6: A citizen in the 600 block of 10th Street reported finding a window had been broken at her home while she was out of town for the day. There are no suspects at this time. The damage is estimated at $700-$800. The citizen requested and received extra patrol.
June 6:A person accidentally locked her infant son in her vehicle in the 700 block of A Street. Officers were able to open the vehicle and retrieve the child. He was not injured.
June 6: A person reported a motor valued at over $1,200 was stolen from his boat in the 100 block of Marine Drive. The theft could have occurred anytime in the last six months. An investigation is in progress.
June 6: An officer stopped an individual in the 700 block of Boblett Street for a defective windshield. The individual was arrested for driving with a suspended license and for having methamphatmine in her purse. She was later booked into the Whatcom County Jail.
June 5: Officers responded to a report of a domestic dispute in the 9500 block of Semiahmoo Parkway. Contact was made and officers found no assault had taken place. The male half left without incident.
June 5: Officers were given information that a driver they had contacted five days ago had a suspended license. Charges were filed on the driver for that offense.
June 5: An officer was advised of dogs at large in the vicinity of the 1100 block of Mitchell Street that had threatened a walker and his dog. The case is under investigation.
June 5: An officer investigated a suspicious situation complaint in the 1600 block of Runge Avenue. A 10-12 foot Python snake was missing. The snake may have been stolen. While the investigation was being conducted, the owner called to say the snake had been found.
June 5: An individual in the 700 block of H Street reported that her 7-year-old son was assaulted by another boy who knocked him off his bike. The case is under investigation.

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