Police Report -- July 18, 2002

Published on Thu, Jul 18, 2002
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July 12: Officers assisted WSP by responding to a collision in the 300 block of state route 543. Officers took a report. A semi-truck backed into another causing damage. There were no injuries.
July 11: Officers served a court order on a person in the 2400 block of Bell Road. Officers stood by while he got some of his belongings and left.
July 11: An adult male was arrested and released with a court date at the Peace Arch POE for driving on a suspended driver’s license. The vehicle was impounded.
July 11: Officers were advised of a subject in the 1300 block of Peace Portal Drive with an outstanding warrant for the violation of a protection order. Officers contacted the subject and placed him under arrest without incident and booked him into WCSO jail.
July 11: An officer assisted WCSO by responding to the 4200 block of Sweet Road for a report of several males yelling at passing cars. The officer located the subjects and warned them about their behavior.
July 11: A male subject at the Peace Arch POE was issued a criminal citation with a mandatory court date for possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia.
July 11: Officers responded to a verbal domestic in the 2400 block of Bell Road. There was no crime and officers assisted one of the parties in finding a place to stay for the night.
July 11: An anonymous caller reported a domestic dispute in the 1300 block of Peace Portal Drive. The officer found the female had already left the scene. The male denied any physical contact had occurred and refused to talk further to police.
July 11: A parent in the 500 block of 11th Street asked police officers to discipline her daughter. Officers explained that they could not provide discipline in family matters. Officers spoke to both mother and daughter and cleared without incident.
July 10: Officers responded to a report of a man yelling and the sound of things hitting walls inside a residence in the 1600 block of Runge Street. The man told officers he was in severe pain and declined assistance. The man was warned to lower his noise level.
July 10: U.S. Customs reported a person driving on a suspended license at the Peace Arch POE. An officer confirmed her license was DWLS/R 3rd FTA/unpaid tickets. The driver was arrested and released with a court date. The vehicle was impounded.
July 10: An officer contacted an adult male wandering around near the Peace Arch border crossing. The man was refused entry into Canada and decided to return home. No crime.
July 10: A Blaine officer responded to an aid call for a person having chest pains in the 1500 block of Peace Portal Drive. After medics arrived, the officer cleared his assist.
July 10: A trucker entering the U.S. through the Pacific Highway POE was issued a ticket for DWLS/R 3rd.
July 9: An 18-speed light green Osprey bike was located near a gas
station in the 1300 block of Boblett Street. An officer confiscated the bike as found property. The owner could not be located.
July 9: Officers responded to a motor vehicle collision involving a parked vehicle in the 900 block of Harrison Avenue. It was determined that the driver of the moving car was driving while under the influence of alcohol and drugs. The driver was arrested and processed.
July 9: Officers responded to a reported assault in the 1100 block of Mary Avenue. When officers arrived, the parties had separated. One person was arrested and booked into Whatcom County jail for assault. Charges are pending for other involved parties.
July 9: U.S. Border Patrol reported a subject, in their custody for running the Peace Arch POE, being in possession of a small amount of marijuana. The man was cited into court for possession of marijuana 40 grams or less and released.
July 9: Officers assisted WCSO by checking on three individuals walking around a closed business in the 8800 block of Blaine Road. A neighbor chased the individuals off before officers arrived. Officers checked the area and found the business to be secure.
July 8: An individual in the 1700 block of Fern Street reported her house had been burglarized while she was away at work. A revolver, camcorder, shoulder holster, leather jacket and shoulder bag were taken. The case is under investigation.
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