Police Report -- September 13, 2001

Published on Thu, Sep 13, 2001
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September 7: An officer observed four tires on a city vehicle were slashed and two radio antennas were stolen. A person of interest is under investigation.
September 7: An officer observed a subject in a closed business area checking doors. Contact was made after the subject refused to comply with verbal requests. The male had alcohol on his breath. The subject was warned to stay away from closed areas.
September 6: Officers arrested an individual in the 1100 block of Harborside for harassment. The arrestee was booked into juvenile detention.
September 6: A Blaine police detective found a vehicle parked in the lot of a closed business. The vehicle was found to be stolen from Seattle. The vehicle was recovered/impounded. A report was sent to Seattle police.
September 5: Officers responded to a domestic dispute in progress in the 600 block of Adelia Street. Officers arrived and found both parties separated. One of the individuals chose to leave for the day. Officers left victim’s rights forms with both individuals and cleared.
September 4: Officers assisted Whatcom County on a major traffic accident at Birch Bay-Lynden Road and Valley View. Officers contacted a driver who did not turn around when directed. The driver was arrested for negligent driving.
September 3: Officers were contacted regarding a stolen vehicle. The owner of the vehicle had information on a possible suspect. Officers attempted to contact the suspect but were not successful. However, the suspect was identified.
September 2: U.S. customs reported a man in possession of a loaded concealed pistol at the Peace Arch POE. The man stated that he forgot about the gun. The case will be forwarded to the prosecutor. The pistol was impounded as evidence.
September 2: A citizen reported witnessing a domestic assault in the 500 block of D Street. The assault occurred around 30 minutes prior to it being reported. Officers checked the area, but the subjects were gone when officers arrived.
September 2: Officers received a report of a theft of a soda pop from a business in the 200 block of D Street. Officers contacted the alleged thief who agreed to pay for the drink. The clerk did not wish to pursue charges.
September 2: An officer on routine patrol observed several individuals parked in front of a closed business in the 1800 block of Peace Portal Drive. The driver, identified as a resident of Montana, was resting prior to traveling to B.C. The driver was advised to move on and did.
September 1: A business in the 1800 block of Peace Portal Drive reported a subject pumped $14.89 worth of gasoline and drove away without paying. The clerk obtained the vehicle’s license plate number. A letter will be sent to the registered owner of the vehicle.
September 1: An officer observed a motorcyclist throw a cigarette butt to the ground at a stop light. The driver admitted to the deed and stated she has a smoking habit. The driver was issued a citation for littering.
August 31: An individual reported her former bank had contacted her and informed her that someone had attempted to use her old checks. She had closed the account two years ago. There are no suspects at this time.
August 31: Officers responded to a business dispute in the 200 block of D Street. A clerk reported that a customer had not paid for gasoline pumped into their vehicle. The customer had a receipt and said they had paid. The business will be providing a video tape.
August 31: An officer contacted two young men who had been racing their vehicles in the 400 block of F Street. The young men were warned about the consequences of continuing their activity.


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