Police Report -- November 28, 2002

Published on Thu, Nov 28, 2002
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November 23: Officer was contacted by a mother in the 600 block of A Street who reported her ex-husband picked up their kids earlier than the agreed upon time. Officer took an informational report for the woman to provide to her attorney.
November 23: An officer stopped a vehicle in the 1900 block of Peace Portal for suspicious activity. Investigation led to the discovery of various paraphernalia and a small amount of a substance believed to be methamphetamine. The driver was also found to have a suspended license. The driver and his passenger were arrested and the vehicle was impounded.
November 22: Officer observed a vehicle in the 1700 block of H Street being driven by two adult males who were acting suspiciously by hiding from the officer as he drove past them. A check on the vehicle license plate listed the vehicle as stolen. Officers stopped the vehicle and arrested the males without incident. They were booked into jail.
November 22: Officer received a call from a mother in the 900 block of H Street who wanted to make a report about her son and his ex-friend who had been arguing. The mother said the other boy hit her son on the arm and she wanted to make a report of the incident.
November 21: Officer responded to a possible boat fire in the 200 block of Marine Drive and assisted fire personnel with an electrical fire on a commercial fishing boat.
November 21: A vehicle collided with a deer in the 3500 block of H Street. The animal ran in front of the vehicle and the motorist did not see it in time due to the fog. The motorist was not injured, but her car was dented. The deer entered the woods and was not located.
November 20: Officers saw a person walking in the 1300 block of H Street early in the morning. The person appeared to be lost. Officers contacted the person who had been denied entry into Canada and was looking for Denny’s. Officers provided directions.
November 20: A citizen reported a possible injured deer in the 100 block of Drayton Court. Officers arrived to check on the deer, but it was gone. A witness reported it had run into the woods.
November 20: A resident reported finding a home stereo component and a bag in the bushes behind her home in the 700 block of Adelia Street. The property was impounded.
November 20: A business in the 100 block of Marine Drive filed a report with police regarding phone harassment. An employee’s ex-wife has been calling and harassing the business. She made threats to harm the business’ reputations. Officers are investigation and will forward charges for review.
November 20: A business in the 100 block of Marine Drive reported $1,800 worth of TVs were missing from their store. Case is under investigation.
November 19: A citizen in the 1300 block of Blaine Avenue reported his car was broken into and a Kenwood compact disc stereo was taken. Case under investigation.
November 19: Officer received a report from a citizen in the 8600 block of Blue Grouse Way that someone had stolen a radio antenna from his vehicle. Case under investigation.
November 19: A citizen turned in a CD carrier and miscellaneous CDs that were found in the 1200 block of Harrison Avenue. The property was impounded and will be cross referenced to stolen property reports in hopes of locating the owner.
November 19: Officer was contacted by a citizen in the 1500 block of Bayview Avenue that someone had damaged city property in front of her house. Cement blocks in a retaining wall were destroyed. A report was forwarded to public works so repairs could be made.
November 18: The theft of a license plate was reported in the 1200 block of Mitchell Street. The plate was entered into law enforcement databases.
November 18: A man parked his Blazer at a Blaine residence in the 1000 block of Adelia Street and left the vehicle unlocked. He returned and discovered someone had taken $20 from his wallet and CDs valued at $300. An investigation is ongoing.
November 18: A resident in the 500 block of 8th Street reported her husband’s ex-wife called her six times in one day and harassed her. The resident said she will inform her attorney of the incident and request an anti-harassment order. An officer documented the incident which involves an out-of-state suspect.
November 18: A person in the 500 block of 8th Street phoned police to report that a relative took her car without permission. The victim wishes to press charges against the suspect.
November 16: An officer cited a driver for speeding 53 in a 35 mph zone. The Blaine court clerk advised that the driver had a suspended license at the time he was cited...

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