Police Report -- September 25, 2003

Published on Thu, Sep 25, 2003
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POLICE REPORTS

September 22:

Officers stopped a juvenile who was walking away from school minutes before school started. Officers learned he had a warrant for his arrest. He was arrested and booked into juvenile detention.

September 21:
Officer assisted U.S. customs with the investigation of possible theft identity and possession of stolen property. It was determined the man suffered from mental problems and was claiming to be his brother. His brother was contacted and did not wish to pursue charges.

September 21:
Several Blaine residents called to report sounds of gunshots coming from a local park. Officer arrived and investigated the complaint. Two juveniles were taken into custody after they were observed discharging illegal fireworks. The fireworks were confiscated and the juveniles were released to their parents.

September 20:
A citizen reported their neighbor was shooting a BB gun in the 200 block of B Street. Offices contacted the adult who was target practicing at a cardboard target. Citizen was advised of the laws regarding shooting a BB gun within city limits and he agreed to discontinue his target practice.

September 20:
Complainant reported he had a male subject detained at a business in the 1700 block of H Street for shoplifting. Officer arrived and arrested the male for shoplifting. Officer also determined the male subject had a felony warrant.

September 20:
A person was stopped by security for shoplifting from a store in the 1700 block of H Street. The person was issued a citation and released. The subject was banned from the store and all affiliated stores.

September 19:
An out-of-state police department informed Blaine police department that a female in Blaine told another person via the internet that she had attempted to commit suicide. Blaine officers checked the welfare of the female and determined she was okay.

September 19:
A citizen in the 100 block of Adelia Street reported seeing a male carrying a rifle in a residential area. Officers checked the area thoroughly and were unable to locate anyone. Officers cleared with no action taken.

September 19:
Officers were notified of an intrusion alarm having been activated at a bank in the 200 block of H Street. Responding officers discovered two men inside the building. The men were attempting to repair a defective ATM machine and were unaware of the alarm activation.

September 19:
Officers checked a neighborhood after a report was received of possible drug activity in the 900 block of G Street. The described parties were not located.

September 19:
A business reported two subjects in the 2000 block of Peace Portal Way who were attempting to steal gas from a vehicle. Officers and border patrol agents checked the area and were unable to locate the suspects. The business called back and reported theft of a compressor.

September 18:
Officer was contacted by a father in the 800 block of Mitchell Street who reported his nine-year-old daughter was threatened by another student at school. A statement was taken from the victim. Officers are following up.

September 18:
Officers stopped a car for a traffic violation in the 400 block of Milhollin Drive. The driver was arrested for driving on a suspended license, issued citations for violations and released for processing. The vehicle was impounded.

September 18:
Blaine school officials reported three students were found with marijuana in their possession. Officers investigated and arrested the youths, ages 14 and 15, for possession of marijuana. Investigation revealed one of the teenagers had sold marijuana to other students on the campus. Two juveniles were released to their parents; the third was booked into juvenile detention on felony charges for selling marijuana and possessing a knife on campus.

September 17:
At the mutual aid request of the Whatcom County Sheriffs Office (WCSO), officers provided backup to a deputy at the scene of a crime in the 7300 block of Terrill Drive. A suspect had shot holes in the tires of another man�s truck in the Birch Bay area. The suspect had left the area prior to the police arrival.

September 17:
A person called the police in the 3rd block of 8th Street because their neighbors were playing loud music. The two neighbors have not been getting along for several weeks. Officers spoke to both parties, and the loud neighbor was given a warning.