Police Report -- March 14, 2002

Published on Thu, Mar 14, 2002
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POLICE REPORTS

March 10: Blaine Harbor security reported a suspicious male loitering on the grounds of closed businesses in the 200 block of Marine Drive. An officer contacted the transient male and determined he was not involved in criminal activity.
March 10: U.S. Customs reported an adult male driving while his driver’s status is suspended in Washington. An officer arrested the male for DWLS/R 3rd, cited and released him. The driver’s vehicle was impounded.
March 10: An officer assisted a concerned parent from California with his stranded daughter. She was transported to a motel.
March 9: Officers observed a business in the 700 block of Peace Portal Drive was opened without a business license. An individual was contacted behind the counter. The business owner and clerk will be summoned into court for the violation.
March 9: An officer responded to the Peace Arch POE for a possible suspended driver. A follow up will be conducted to determine if the subject was suspended.
March 9: Officers responded to a fire alarm in the 800 block of Boblett Street. Officers determined there was no fire. However, a water line had broken causing the alarm.
March 9: An individual in the 1300 block of Mitchell Street reported an unknown subject(s) were knocking on a door that was not used. The subjects were gone when the door was answered. An officer was unable to locate the subjects.
March 9: While on patrol, officers noticed a vehicle partially off the roadway on a freeway off ramp. A WSP trooper was in the area and arrived to handle the incident.
March 9: Officers responded to an alarm call on 14th Street. Officers determined the building was secure and notified the call out. Officers cleared without incident.
March 9: An officer assisted a WSP trooper with a minor injury accident on I-5 near mile post 274.
March 9: Officers observed a local business in the 700 block of Peace Portal Drive open without a business license. An individual was contacted behind the counter. The business owner and clerk will be summoned into court for the violation.
March 9: Officers responded to a 911 hang up call in the 600 block of D Street and determined a domestic dispute had occurred. Officers arrested a subject for DV assault 4th degree and booked him into Whatcom County jail.
March 9: An officer located two male subjects crabbing illegally in the 200 block of Milhollin Drive. Both subjects were cited for possession of crabs without back shells and possession of dungeness crab over the limit.
March 9: Officers assisted a U.S. Border patrol agent in the 200 block of Marine Drive with an individual who had entered the country illegally. The person was found to be a U.S. citizen.
March 8: An officer received a report of a stern drive unit valued at $5,500 stolen from a boat which was in dry dock in the 9500 block of Semiahmoo Parkway. The case is under investigation.
March 8: Officers were dispatched to a physical domestic dispute in the 1300 block of 4th Street. Officers arrested a male subject for physically assaulting an individual.
March 8: A citizen in the 700 block of F Street reported that person(s) unknown had spray painted graffiti on the wooden fence of a private residence. The victim has been advised of the crime by police. No suspects/witnesses. The case is closed pending further information.
March 8: A Blaine resident reported being threatened by an individual who lived outside the city limits via telephone. An officer determined the suspect may have been violating an order and referred the matter to the WCSO.
March 8: A Blaine resident reported a missing black leather wallet containing ID, a credit card, and cash.
March 8: A citizen in the 700 block of G Street reported that his portable CD player had been stolen from his unlocked car. The case is under investigation.
March 8: Officers responded to a non-reportable accident that had occurred on private property in the 1300 block of Boblett Street. The parties involved exchanged necessary information for insurance purposes.
March 8: While responding to check on the report of a roll-over accident on I-5 north of Loomis Trail, an officer came upon a jeep that slid off the roadway. The officer determined there were no injuries and only minor damage. A two truck was called.
March 8: A Texaco employee reported the possibility of a person being locked inside the woman’s restroom. The door was opened and the room was found empty.
March 8: An officer stopped a vehicle in I-5, mile post 274 for a traffic violation and discovered the driver had a suspended license and was in possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia. The driver was arrested and the vehicle was impounded.
March 7: A person called to request a welfare check on a child home alone in the 500 block of F Street. Officers found that the child was safe and competent to be alone. The officer notified the reporting party.
March 7: Officers responded to assist a Blaine resident in the 400 block of D Street with a family member. The officer determined the male was not a danger to himself or others and agreed to go to a voluntary mental health evaluation. He was transported by his mother.
March 7: A subject in the 1300 block of 4th Street reported that his home was burglarized and his friend’s car was prowled while at the residence. Items stolen were Playboy magazines, Sony Playstation games, various CDs, VHS movies and a Sony player. Subjects were unsure of the exact date of the occurrence. The investigation is continuing.
March 7: An officer responded to an intrusion alarm at a business in the 100 block of 14th Street. U.S. Border patrol agents assisted the officer in searching the building. The building was found to be secure. A false alarm notification was completed.
March 7: WCSO requested assistance in serving a protection order on a citizen who is temporarily staying in Blaine. The order was passed on to patrol for service.
March 7: Officers assisted a resident in locating her lost dog.
March 7: A citizen reported she lost her resident alien card, driver’s license, and birth certificate while she was in Blaine. A report was taken for informational purposes.
March 7: Blaine police received a recall of two misdemeanor warrants from the Blaine Municipal Court. The warrants were removed from law enforcement databases.
March 7: An officer assisted the county prosecutor and court by checking the readings on converted odometers which were the subject of a court case. The information was passed on to the requesting agency.
March 7: An officer stopped a vehicle for speeding and discovered the driver had been drinking alcoholic beverages. The driver was over a safe limit to drive. The driver decided to allow an individual who had not been drinking to drive.
March 7: An individual in the 1300 block of Peace Portal Drive reported a violation of a no contact order. Officers investigated and determined no violation occurred. The case report will be forwarded to the prosecutor for review.
March 7: Officers received a report of a gas and dash in the 1500 block of H Street. The reporting party was unable to obtain a license plate. The officer was unable to locate the suspect.
March 6: An officer assisted a Blaine resident in recovering his skateboard in the 1000 block of Mitchell Street.
March 6: Officers responded to a disturbance call in the 1500 block of Odell Road. Officers determined the crime occurred outside the city limits and referred the matter to WCSO.
March 6: An officer provided traffic control for an oversized tractor trailer load at the Pacific Highway POE.
March 6: An officer confirmed a Blaine arrest warrant for the Snohomish county jail. A copy of the warrant was faxed to the jail. A locate was sent by Snohomish County and the warrant was removed from law enforcement databases.
March 6: Officers responded to an intrusion alarm in the 1100 block of Fir Avenue. An employee was contacted and told officers he had accidentally set off the alarm. Officers confirmed he was an employee and issued a false alarm notification.
March 6: A citizen reported an injured kitten that had been hit on the road in the 600 block of 6th Street. The officer learned the kitten was a stray and contacted a local veterinarian who agreed to treat the kitten.
March 5: A Blaine resident reported damage done to the landscape in the Memorial Gardens at the Unitarian Church in the 1200 block of Harrison Avenue. Extra patrol will be provided to the area.
March 5: An officer received a vehicle prowl report in the 9500 block of Semiahmoo parkway. Several items were taken out of the vehicle which was parked at the Semiahmoo Marina. The case is under investigation.
March 5: Blaine police assisted two Blaine residents by fingerprinting them for employment purposes with the Blaine school district. Two cards were printed and were mailed by their office to each resident
March 5: Blaine police were asked to assist the Whatcom County sheriff’s department with the search of a building. An officer searched the building and determined no problem existed. The building was secured..

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