Police Report -- March 27, 2003

Published on Thu, Mar 27, 2003
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POLICE REPORTS

March 24:
Officers assisted federal agents in apprehending a subject who illegally crossed the border into Blaine and was in possession of 31 pounds of marijuana. USBP and DEA assumed custody of the person and the drugs.

March 24:
A resident in the 200 block of 11th Street reported she was watching her neighbor�s house while they were on vacation. She observed a man arrive in a truck and enter the house. The resident recorded the truck�s license plate, which returned to be the neighbor�s son. An officer checked the residence and found it secure.

March 24:
A resident in the 1400 block of Harrison Avenue reported her ruby ring and blue pearl earring vanished from her bathroom under suspicious circumstances. The antique ring is valued at $300 and the earring is valued at $50. The incident is under investigation.

March 24:
Officer stopped a vehicle for an equipment violation in the 1600 block of Peace Portal Drive and learned the driver who was a minor had taken her parents� car without permission and did not have a driver�s license. The minor was arrested and released to her mother. Case forwarded to the juvenile prosecutor for review.

March 23:
Officer contacted a driver in the 900 block of H Street regarding speeding. It was determined the driver was driving while her privilege to do so was suspended as well as driving without a required ignition interlock device. Driver was cited and released with a mandatory court appearance and the vehicle was impounded.

March 23:
Officers contacted three juveniles who attempted to run from them in the 1600 block of Grant Street and found they were all out after hours without their parents� permission. They were returned home to their parents.

March 22:
An off-duty police officer observed a juvenile male throw something off an overpass in the 500 block of H Street. Officers contacted the 15-year-old. No damage has been reported from the reckless endangerment incident. The youth was released to his parents.

March 22:
Officers were dispatched to a hit and run in the 1700 block of H Street, truck vs. private property. Driver was located and arrested for DUI and hit and run. Vehicle was impounded.

March 21:
An officer observed a juvenile exit a vehicle with an alcoholic beverage in his hand. The juvenile was arrested and later released to parents. Charges pending through juvenile court.

March 20:
A juvenile in the 1000 block of Garfield Street called and reported a domestic disturbance between his mother and her boyfriend. Upon arrival of officers, the boyfriend had left the area. Possible violation of a no contact order is being investigated.

March 20:
Complainant reported he found an unknown female sleeping in his vehicle in the 1500 block of Peace Portal Drive. Officer removed the female transient from the complainant�s vehicle and arrested her for trespassing. Officer located a family member of the subject who made arrangements to come to get her. The subject was provided a voucher so she could get a meal while waiting for the family member to pick her up.

March 19:
Police received a third party report of a man in a car acting suspiciously near the school. The man reportedly asked a child riding a bicycle to school if the child wanted a ride. The reporting party did not know if the man and child knew one another. Officers patrolling the area found that the car and driver had already departed. No license plate number was provided.

March 19:
Officer on routine patrol was contacted by a citizen reporting a loose dog in the 800 block of 8th Street. A house was located in the same area with its front door open. The homeowner was contacted and he responded to the residence. Officers checked the inside of the house and found everything to be in order. It was determined the dog got out after the wind blew the door open. The dog was secured by the owner and the front door was locked.

March 18:
Complainant reported while she and her mother were driving in the Blaine area, a truck pulled up quickly behind them and honked its horn several times. She reported the truck was also getting really close to their bumper. Officer located the owner and driver of the truck, who stated he used the horn because the other vehicle was going so slow. Officer warned the driver about using his horn improperly and following too closely.

March 17:
Complainant reported her landlord is moving things around in her apartment without her permission. Officer contacted the landlord, who denied going into the complainant�s apartment. Case closed pending any additional information.


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