Police Report -- December 13, 2001

Published on Thu, Dec 13, 2001
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POLICE REPORTS

December 7: Blaine officers confirmed a driver with a suspended driver’s license at the Peace Arch POE. The driver was issued a criminal citation with a mandatory court date. The vehicle was impounded.
December 6: An officer received a theft report from a resident in the 500 block of 10th Street. The case is under investigation.
December 5: Officers responded to the 500 block of 10th Street for a domestic dispute. Officers arrested an individual for DV assault and booked him into jail.
December 5: The Whatcom County Prosecutor’s office issued two felony arrest warrants for a Blaine resident. The resident was deported from Canada by Canada Immigration. He was arrested at the Peace Arch POE and booked into jail.
December 5: An officer responded to a hit and run in the 200 block of Cedar Street that had occurred the night before. The suspect was located and issued a citation.
December 5: A silver BMX Mongoose bicycle was reported stolen from outside the city limits. Report for informational purposes in case police recover the bike.
December 5: Officers responded to a local bank in the 400 block of Martin Street for a letter that was incoherent, but of some concern. Other banks in Whatcom County have received the same letter. The case is under investigation.
December 4: A resident in the 9000 block of Harvey Road complained about a construction crew blocking the roadway. An officer contacted a construction crew member who stated the complainant failed to obey a flagger. The officer warned the complainant of the violation.
December 4: A truck driver reported the theft of registration paperwork from his trailer. An officer completed a theft report and advised U.S. and Canada customs of the incident.
December 4: An individual reported a subject, who lives out of the area, has been harassing the individual and another individual by mail, email, and personal contact. Case under investigation.
December 4: A business in New York reported a possible credit card scam being done via a local freight company in the 1100 block of Yew Avenue. Informational report generated and forwarded to proper investigating authorities.
December 4: Officers received information of two runaways being held at the Peace Arch POE. Officers took a juvenile into protective custody and turned her over to child protective services. The male was an adult and released by officers.
December 4: Officers responded to a domestic dispute in the 500 block of F Street. Officers contacted both parties and determined no assault occurred. The dispute was resolved, and officers cleared.
December 4: Officers responded to a domestic dispute in the 700 block of Cedar Street. Officers contacted both parties, who agreed to separate for the evening.
December 4: Officers responded to a physical domestic assault in progress in the 500 block of F Street. Officers determined no assault occurred and transported an adult male to the hospital for a voluntary mental evaluation.
December 4: An officer stopped a vehicle for speeding and learned the driver had been drinking. The officer determined the driver to be DUI. She was arrested, processed, and released with a court date. The vehicle was impounded.
December 3: Officers responded to a report of a shooting victim on the beach near Semiahmoo Park. They found an elderly gentleman had died from a self-inflicted wound in an apparent suicide. The family members were notified.
December 3: Officers responded to a hit and run motor vehicle accident in the 1700 block of H Street. It was determined the driver was DUI. The driver was arrested for DUI, DWLS, and hit and run. The vehicle was impounded.
December 3: A laundromat patron reported that another customer had become angry and yelled obscenities at her in the presence of other customers. Officers attempted contact with the suspect, but he was gone on arrival and not located..


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