Police Report -- July 03, 2003

Published on Thu, Jul 3, 2003
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POLICE REPORTS

June 28:
Officers assisted Whatcom County sheriff�s office with stopping a vehicle northbound on I-5. The occupants were throwing several lit cigarettes and trash from the moving vehicle. The driver had no valid driver�s license and he was issued an infraction for the offense. The occupants were warned about littering.

June 28:
A 17-year-old female came to the police station to report that her mother had assaulted her. Officers investigated the incident and determined that the daughter had, in fact, assaulted her mother. The girl was arrested for domestic violence assault and booked into juvenile detention.

June 28:
Officers received a call of a disturbance in the 400 block of F Street involving screaming and shouting in the street. Officers contacted the persons responsible, who advised that the screaming was done mostly by their teenage daughter, who was upset over being grounded. All parties involved agreed to turn down the volume on their arguments and attempt to contain them inside.

June 28:
A person told officers that a woman was having a hard time walking down the road in the 9800 block of Allen Street and they were concerned for her welfare. Officers checked the area but they could not find the woman.

June 27:
Officers were dispatched to check on a residence in the 700 block of G Street after the 911 center received a hang up call. It was learned that a one-year-old child had grabbed the portable phone and probably pushed the speed dial button.

June 27:
An officer responded to a residence on Drayton Court to retrieve a found semi-automatic weapon. The weapon had been deposited in a flower bed. The weapon was taken into custody. It appears that it may have been stolen, as the serial number had been altered. The weapon will be transferred to the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms for examination.

June 27:
WSP asked for assistance with a disabled vehicle facing the wrong direction on an off ramp on I-5. Officers arrived and found the person�s truck had stopped running, causing the rear wheels to lock. This caused the truck to spin and face the wrong direction. No one was hurt and the driver arranged for a tow truck. Officers gave passenger a ride to her house.

June 26:
The Blaine municipal court probation officer requested that an officer check the status of a club that had been placed on the steering wheel of a vehicle a few weeks ago. The officer found that the club was not secure on the steering wheel and the steering wheel had been cut.

June 26:
Report of a group of teenagers smoking in the 900 block of G Street. An officer made contact with the group. One 19-year-old admitted to smoking, while the others denied it. Extra patrol was provided to the area.

June 26:
Report of a group of kids who had contacted a resident at his home in the 400 block of 10th Street and asked for money for the homeless. No money was given to the kids and patrol of the area was provided.

June 25:
Report of a person riding a bike in the 200 block of H Street, and carrying an infant who was without a helmet. An officer attempted to find the duo and offer them a helmet, but they were not located.

June 25:
A person in the 1200 block of 4th Street reported that her neighbor (and former landlord) has repeatedly come to her house and yelled at her for various reasons. Officer contacted the neighbor and advised him to contact police about neighborhood issues rather than yell at his neighbor. He agreed to do so. Case closed.

June 25:
An anonymous citizen in the 1600 block of Peace Portal Drive reported a juvenile playing with a remote controlled car. She believed he was going to set it on fire. Officer checked the area and did not observe any incendiary devices attached to the car. The juvenile was getting ready to go home. No action was taken.