Police Report -- March 06, 2003

Published on Thu, Mar 6, 2003
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POLICE REPORTS

March 4:
A Blaine resident in the 1100 block of Garfield Street called to report someone had been driving across her lawn. There is no suspect information and extra patrol was requested.

March 4:
WSP requested officers to check a suspicious vehicle on private property. The vehicle had been abandoned for several hours, with the keys in the ignition. The owner of the vehicle could not be located. The property owner was advised and said she would wait to have the vehicle towed.

March 4:
The Ferndale police department requested an officer to provide mutual aid with a subject who was threatening to commit suicide. The situation resolved itself when the individual agreed to seek counselling. No further assistance was needed and the officer cleared without incident.

March 4:
Officers responded to a report of several people fighting in the street in the 1000 block of Adelia Street. The participants were juveniles. The case will be forwarded to the juvenile prosecutor for review of charges.

March 4:
Officers responded to a report of two subjects in the 1400 block of Hughes Avenue in a pick-up truck who were shooting off a gun. The subjects were located and warned not to practice shooting their BB gun in the city limits.

March 3:
A Blaine resident in the 300 block of 3rd Street was contacted regarding the disposition of her husband, who had been arrested on an out of county warrant. A warrant was also located for the wife and she was arrested and released with a promise to appear.

March 3:
A juvenile called to report being assaulted by another juvenile. The victim was reporting the incident for informational purposes and did not wish to pursue charges. No further action was taken.

March 2:
Officers responded to a call in the 500 block of F Street for an out of control foster child. Upon arrival, the child had calmed down. Officers stayed with the foster parents until the child�s case worker arrived. The incident was handled by the case worker.

March 2:
Officers were dispatched to intercede in a fight reportedly involving 20 people in front of a local tavern in the 500 block of Peace Portal Drive. The combatants separated before the officers arrived.

March 1:
A business in the 1700 block of H Street reported a shoplifter who ran when a store employee tried to stop him. The suspect gave the stolen item to the employee before running.

February 28:
Dispatch reported they received a call from a train that was heading into Blaine and had a passenger who had become abusive and disorderly. The train came to a stop at the station where the male subject was taken into custody until WCSO arrived to take over the investigation.

February 28:
Officers were dispatched to a landlord/tenant dispute in the 1300 block of 4th Street where the tenant had not been paying rent. The tenant agreed to move the next day. It was also found that the tenant had moved from one apartment to another without the landlord�s knowledge.

February 28:
A person in the 900 block of H Street called to report receiving a prank call from what sounded like several kids. Her caller ID showed the calls were made from the Blaine middle school office. Officers contacted a large group of kids at the middle school who had just returned from a band trip. The band teacher was advised of the problem and the victim was notified of the circumstances.

February 27:
Report of a suspicious person/vehicle parked behind a motel in the 700 block of Peace Portal Drive. An officer contacted the person and learned he was preparing to sleep in his car until the morning when customs opened, so he could export his car to Canada.

February 26:
Report of a suspicious vehicle parked in a residential area in the 1500 block of Bayview Drive. An officer contacted the driver of the vehicle. He was talking to his girlfriend and training his hunting dogs.

February 26:
Victim reported while she was spending the night at her friends� house, a 24-year-old male subject had unwanted sexual contact with her. Case under investigation.


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