Police Report -- October 30, 2003

Published on Thu, Oct 30, 2003
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POLICE REPORTS

October 27:

A Blaine officer was called to stand by at a verbal domestic incident in the 100 block of Adelia Street when a former spouse started to move her stored property from the garage. The argument was over when the officer arrived and there were no restraining orders preventing the parties from being together.

October 26:
Officers responded to the Peace Arch POE in reference to two people in possession of a stolen motorcycle. Upon arriving and further investigation, officers discovered that the motorcycle was ok, but the Canadian license plates on it had been reported as stolen. The two Canadian citizens were denied entry into the U.S. and turned over to Canadian authorities.

October 26:
In the space of several minutes, officers received calls from three residents: one reported their house had been hit by eggs thrown by three kids on bicycles, another reported finding his cars had been egged, and a third reported the theft of a lawn ornament. Blaine officers and U.S. Border Patrol searched for and contacted several youths on bicycles, all of whom denied any wrongdoing. Under investigation.

October 26:
U.S. Border Patrol agents observed a vehicle traveling southbound in the northbound lanes of I-5. An agent was able to stop the vehicle when it turned around near an off-ramp. The driver and all of the minor occupants, two of whom were juveniles, had been drinking. Blaine K-9 team checked the car and located three pipes with marijuana residue. The driver admitted to being under the influence of marijuana as well. The driver was arrested and processed for DUI. He was issued a citation and released to his father. The three passengers were released to the custody of a parent.

October 25:
Subject was arrested for being a non-citizen in possession of a firearm. Suspect was booked into Whatcom County jail. October 25: A person was stopped for a traffic violation in the 700 block of 4th Street. He was found to have a non-extraditable felony warrant from California. He was also determined to be DUI. The person was arrested and processed for the DUI.

October 24:
Officer was contacted by a person in the 400 block of C Street who wanted to file a threats complaint on a person who called her cell phone and left a message. Officer listened to the message and found there was no threat made. Officer did call the person and advised her not to call anymore and she agreed not to.

October 24:
Officer received a call from a parent who wanted information about handling a custody matter involving a child and a former spouse. The caller also asked for help with the ex-spouse entering her house without permission. Officers are contacting the ex to advise him not to enter the house.

October 24:
A report was taken concerning a person who may have entered the country illegally after being denied entry into Canada. An officer assisted border officials in looking for this person around 14th Street. It appeared the person may have re-entered Canada, and officials were notified.

October 23:
Officer responded to the Peace Arch POE for a drug investigation. Inspectors had located two grams of a product which was believed to be an hallucinogenic. Officers investigated, interviewed the person who was transporting the item and impounded the item for further investigation.

October 22:
An anonymous complaint was received of a child urinating in the child�s family�s yard in the 600 block of E Street. Contact was made with the juvenile�s mother who was advised of the incident and consequences. The parent advised they would take care of the matter.

October 22:
Officer observed a vehicle fail to dim its headlights on H Street. Officer stopped the vehicle and found the driver to be driving while her privilege to do so was suspended. Driver was cited and released and the vehicle was impounded.

October 22:
An officer observed a motor vehicle traveling in the 1300 block of Peace Portal Drive without any tail lights during the hours of darkness. The vehicle was stopped and during checks through law enforcement databases, the driver was found to be suspended 3rd for unpaid tickets. The driver was arrested, cited and released for the offense. The vehicle was impounded.

October 21:
Officers were dispatched to two separate 911 hang up calls from a pay phone outside of a local business. Officers checked with the people inside the business both times. There were no problems and it appeared the phone was malfunctioning.

October 21:
Officers checked a residence in the 1500 block of Peace Portal Drive after an intrusion alarm was activated. The doors to the residence were secure and the lights and the television were on inside. No one was answering the door or phone and officers were concerned for the safety of the resident. While officers were investigating, the owner of the residence returned home. It was determined that everything was okay, and officers cleared.

October 20:
A Blaine officer assisted the Washington State Patrol by stopping an impaired minor who was driving on I-5. A WSP officer investigated the incident and arrested the driver.

October 20:
A business owner in the 1700 block of Peace Portal Drive reported a male subject entered his restaurant carrying an alcoholic beverage and had refused to pour it out or leave the restaurant as requested. Officers responded and contacted the subject who apologized to the owner.

October 13:
Officers received information about a person who was driving even though she did not have a driver�s license. Officers saw the person driving in the 1700 block of H Street and stopped the vehicle. She was issued a citation.