Police Report -- February 28, 2002

Published on Thu, Feb 28, 2002
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POLICE REPORTS

February 25: An officer saw a vehicle being driven without headlights in the evening and pulled into a closed gas station in the 200 block of D Street. The subject got out of the vehicle and ran north. The officer notified Border Patrol agents who apprehended the subject.
February 22: Clare County sheriff’s office Michigan requested Blaine officers attempt to locate a male with a Clare County sheriff’s office felony warrant. It was determined the male had moved from Blaine to Point Roberts. WCSO was advised and will follow up. Clare County sheriff’s office was also advised.
February 22: An officer received an anonymous report of a subject inside a business in the 200 block of D Street with a sidearm in plain view. The officer confirmed he had a valid CPL. The subject was asked to conceal the weapon. No crime.
February 22: A city employee requested assistance in serving legal papers to a business in the 700 block of Peace Portal Drive. Officers served the papers to an employee who signed for them.
February 21: Officers assisted WCSO by stopping a fleeing burglary suspect in the 4200 block of Sweet Road who was being chased by the victim. The suspect was apprehended without incident and WCSO took over the case and booked the suspect.
February 20: Officers assisted Child Protective Services with a welfare check at a residence in the 1100 block of Mary Street. Officers arrived and found small children unattended. Their father had passed out due to marijuana usage. The children were taken into custody by CPS. The father was cited.
February 20: A person in the 600 block of E Street reported his former roommate had taken his vehicle without permission. The case was referred to the detective for follow up.
February 20: Officers observed a vehicle leaving the city at a high rate of speed. Officer followed the vehicle and paced it at a high rate of speed into the county. Officers stopped the vehicle and issued an infraction.
February 19: A police officer was assaulted after she stopped a driver who had been exceeding the speed limit in a school zone. The driver was placed under arrest after a short foot pursuit and was transported to Whatcom County jail.
February 19: An officer responded to a possible domestic dispute in the 1600 block of Peace Portal Drive. Officers arrived and learned the owner of the residence needed assistance in escorting a couple of house guests out of her residence. Assistance was provided. The officer later determined the resident was recording the incident without notification. The landlord was issued a citation for unlawful recording.
February 19: A person was intercepted by U.S. Customs on a passenger train because he was carrying a small amount of marijuana. The person was arrested by a Blaine officer, issued a criminal citation, and released.
February 19: Officers responded to a domestic dispute in the 1600 block of Peace Portal Drive. During the investigation, a female was arrested on a Blaine warrant. She was booked into jail on the warrant, violating a no contact order, malicious mischief after damaging property at the station.
February 18: A Pennsylvania resident reported having been the victim of a possible E-Bay related scam involving a suspect living in Blaine. The case is under investigation.
February 18: Officers received information that a man was observed stripping parts from some parked cars in the Yorky’s truck lot. Officers contacted the man and determined he owned the cars. No crime.
February 17: A resident reported his car dolly valued at $750 had been stolen from his back yard in the 1400 block of Mitchell Street. The case is under investigation.
February 17: A resident in the 100 block of Boundary Court reported telephone harassment by a juvenile using profanity. The resident used *69 and the internet reverse directory to track the suspects. A Blaine officer advised the juvenile’s parents of the complaint.
February 16: While on a traffic stop at mile post 274 southbound I-5, officers were nearly struck by another vehicle. The driver of that vehicle was stopped and arrested for reckless driving. He was issued a criminal citation and released.
February 16: An officer saw a person throwing a bag of trash out his window. He proceeded to back down an interstate on-ramp. He was stopped and issued an infraction for backing and a criminal citation for littering.
February 15: A concerned parent in the 600 block of Peace Portal Drive reported his daughter may have been furnished with alcohol. An officer conducted an investigation and discovered alcohol had been furnished by a minor who had stolen beer. The case is under investigation.
February 15: Officers responded to a report of vandalism in the 300 block of Alder Street. Officers contacted the reporting party and learned his car had been egged. There are no suspects at this time. Under investigation...

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