Police Report -- June 05, 2003

Published on Thu, Jun 5, 2003
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June 2:
Officers responded to a noise complaint at Salishan Park and discovered a group of children having a picnic with their parents. The children calmed down when the officers began giving extra patrols to the area. There were no further complaints.

June 1:
Officers were contacted regarding a minor who was DUI. Subject was contacted and arrested. Subject had a BAC over 11 times the legal limit of alcohol for a minor. Subject was cited and released to his parents.

May 31:
Officers received a report of two motor vehicles that were taken from a residence in the 5400 block of Quail Run. During the investigation, it was determined that the vehicles were repossessed by a car rental company. The vehicles were returned to the registered owner.

May 30:
Officers responded to a reported physical domestic dispute. Following an investigation, one subject was arrested for assault, unlawful imprisonment and rape, 2nd degree. The male subject was booked into Whatcom County Jail.

May 30:
Complainant reported seeing two teenage females place something next to a tree before going onto the school campus. Officers located the suspicious package and determined it contained a small amount of marijuana. Officers attempted to locate the two subjects, but had negative results.

May 29:
Officers received a report of a disturbance outside a motel in the 300 block of Alder Street. Upon arriving, officers found two females on the ground fighting and a male subject walking away from the area. The male was contacted and identified. The two females were arrested for disorderly conduct and MIP. One female was cited and released and the other was referred to juvenile court.

May 29:
Officers were dispatched to a report of a dog that was chasing people and trying to bite them in the 400 block of H Street. Officers redirected pedestrian traffic away from the area for an hour and a half while trying to catch the aggressive dog. The dog was impounded by the Whatcom Humane Society and the dog�s owner was issued a ticket.

May 29:
A citizen in the 400 block of D Street observed a female, who was a guest in his home, take a $100 bill from his wallet without permission. The female ran from the residence and was believed to be en route to Lynden in a friend�s vehicle. Officers investigated the incident and determined probable cause existed for the arrest of the female. A watch was put out for the vehicle and it was stopped by a Lynden police officer. A Blaine officer responded to the scene of the traffic stop, contacted the subject and cited her to Blaine court. The money was not recovered.