Police Report -- October 24, 2002

Published on Thu, Oct 24, 2002
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POLICE REPORTS

October 21: Officers assisted a lost/stranded female in the 500 block of Peace Portal Drive by giving her a ride to the Pacific Highway border crossing at her request.
October 20: Officers responded to a report of an argument in progress in the 700 block of G Street. It was found to be a resident and two vandals discussing some vandalism that had occurred. Resident did not want to press criminal charges.
October 20: Officers were advised of a subject in the 600 block of A Street who had been arrested the previous day for domestic violence assault and was back at the victim’s residence. Officers arrived and found the man hiding in the house. He was arrested and booked into jail.
October 20: A child in the 800 block of Cedar Street reported problems with a parent. He did not want to go to town with his dad. The child has had a recent change in medication that may be causing problems. The parent will take the boy to get professional help.
October 19: Officers were dispatched to intercede in a domestic dispute in the 600 block of A Street. As one of the involved parties had visible injuries, the other party was placed under arrest for domestic violence simple assault.
October 19: Officers were dispatched to a person in an abandoned house in the 1300 block of E Street. Officers talked to three people who are fixing up the house so they can move into it. Their story was confirmed with the home owner.
October 19: Officers received a report of vandalism in the 9700 block of Vista Terrace. Officers arrived and saw the yard had been spraypainted. There are no suspects and extra patrol will be provided when possible.
October 19: Officers were dispatched to the 1400 block of Harrison Street to check on a young male who was sneaking around a neighborhood in a suspicious manner. The young man was contacted. He stated he was just out for a walk and was looking at his new neighborhood.
October 19: Blaine officers assisted USBP agents in searching for two males who were observed jumping from a vehicle in Canada and running through the woods into the U.S.
October 18: A resident in the 8600 block of Blue Grouse Way reported awakening to find a man in her home. She reported the man ran from the residence. She contacted a neighbor, who called police. An extensive search of the home and area uncovered no trace of the subject.
October 18: Complainant reported his neighbor was speeding up and down the street in the 9700 block of Vista Terrace. There were no license plates on the car. Officer contacted the owner of the vehicle and gave him a warning.
October 18: Complainant reported two male subjects were arguing in front of a business in the 1700 block of H Street. Officer arrived and split the two up. Both subjects were yelling at each other over their driving. The parties went their separate ways.
October 16: Officer was dispatched to check an abandoned home in the 1300 block of E Street for a person living inside without permission. Officers checked the residence and found proof that someone had been there. Officers will continue checking the home.
October 16: A resident in the 100 block of Marine Drive reported that someone was calling for help from a sinking boat near Semiahmoo Spit. Blaine officers assisted in the search. The Coast Guard located three people who were in the water for 30 minutes and rescued them.
October 15: Officers were dispatched to intercede in a verbal domestic dispute in the 900 block of 9th Street. The involved parties agreed to separate for the evening.
October 15: A person said her neighbors in the 1600 block of Runge Road were harassing her because she was taking up too many parking spots. Officers spoke with all parties who agreed to be civil and let the apartment management deal with the problem.
October 15: Officers were dispatched to a verbal neighborhood dispute in the 500 block of 11th Street that had escalated into a pushing/shoving match. Case forwarded to the prosecutor for review.
October 15: Blaine police assisted the U.S. Border patrol by trailing and stopping a vehicle which failed to report for inspection at the Peace Arch POE. The vehicle occupants were taken into custody by border patrol.
October 14: A person reported an abandoned car parked in a residential area in the 1400 block of Mitchell for over a year. Officers checked the car and left a notice for the owner to move it.
October 14: An officer responded to a complaint about a juvenile at a family restaurant and tavern in the 700 block of Peace Portal. When officer arrived, the boy was gone but his mother was present. She claimed the anonymous caller, an ex-boyfriend, is harassing her and her family...


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