Police Report -- October 09, 2003

Published on Thu, Oct 9, 2003
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POLICE REPORTS

October 4:

Officer responded to an aid call in the 400 block of F Street where one party was complaining of a medical problem and another party was complaining of an injury caused by the first party. It was determined that one party had been injured while trying to assist the other party and no crime had occurred. The two were left in the care of medics.

October 4:
A person reported observing a male subject urinating out of the window of his apartment in the 300 block of Alder Street. The complainant�s apartment is below the suspect�s and she reported this to be an ongoing problem. Officers were unable to make contact with the suspect. They did make contact with the apartment manager, who told officers the man was being evicted.

October 4:
A mother in the 600 block of A Street called police to ask them to look for her 16-year-old daughter who had failed to return home. A Blaine officer had just contacted the child and her friend in front of the friend�s mother�s house. Mom was relieved to know where her daughter was and said she would be grounding her for being late.

October 4:
A citizen in the 500 block of 8th Street reported waking up to find a highly intoxicated adult male passed out in his front yard. The welfare of the man was checked and determined to be fine. Once the male got his bearings and realized he was no longer in Lynden, he walked the four blocks to his residence.

October 3:
Officers responded to a commercial hold up alarm in the 400 block of Peace Portal Drive. Officers made contact with the manager of the business, who said he had pushed the button to see what the button did. A false alarm notification was issued.

October 2:
A business owner in the 300 block of Alder Street found a person sleeping behind his business. Officers contacted the person who was stranded. He went to the bus station but found he could not afford a ticket. He was given a Salvation Army voucher to help him get back home.

October 2:
The school reported a nine-year-old student had threatened another student with bodily harm. The recipient of the threat was not fearful for his safety and did not believe the suspect student would carry out the threat. All parents were notified. The school principal, behavior specialist and a police detective met with the suspect student. The student was counseled about inappropriate actions, words, and the possible civil/legal consequences of future violations.

October 2:
Complainant reported someone was using her bank account number to pay for a pornographic website. Complainant said she discovered the suspect had charged $162.75 to her bank account. Case under investigation.

October 2:
Report of two people sitting on the tailgate of a truck in the 1000 block of H Street listening to music from a loud boom box. The reporting party wanted the music turned down. Contact was made with one of the people and the music was turned down.

October 1:
Officers were dispatched to a 911 hang up call in the 600 block of F Street. The 911 operator could hear people in the background, but no one would answer them. Officers arrived and determined it was an accident.

October 1:
At the request of a citizen, an officer performed a welfare check on two boys, ages 10 and 13 in the 300 block of Alder Street. The boys were home alone; were of an age to be at home alone; had stayed home from school due to illness and had all necessary provisions. There were no apparent problems observed in the home. The citizen was advised of the officer�s findings.

September 30:
A mother in the 200 block of Cherry Lane reported having difficulties with her juvenile son. Officer spoke to the juvenile and corrected the situation. The mother was given information on who she could contact if similar problems arose in the future.

September 30:
A citizen contacted the police to report observing illegal drugs and drug paraphernalia at a residence in the 400 block of C Street. Officers attended the residence and spoke with the suspect. The suspect denied the presence of any drugs and refused to consent to a search for those items.

September 30:
Blaine officers assisted the Whatcom County Sheriff�s Office by watching for an impaired driver in the 4500 block of California Creek Road who was heading into Blaine. The vehicle turned off on a side road before police arrived. The vehicle and driver were not located.

September 30:
Blaine officers provided mutual assistance to the Whatcom County Sheriff�s Office in the 4500 block of California Creek Road by setting up a perimeter while K-9 searched for a suspect wanted for narcotics.