Police Report -- December 23, 2004

Published on Thu, Dec 23, 2004
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POLICE REPORTS

December 16:
A citizen notified the police department regarding a stranded female who was recently deported from Canada. The woman was contacted and provided a courtesy ride to the Lighthouse Mission.

December 16:
Dispatch reported a woman in the 700 block of Cedar Street had called 911, but then stated she had placed the call in error. Based on the caller’s demeanor the 911 dispatcher felt officers should check on the woman’s welfare. Officers responded to the residence and found the woman and her husband had been in a verbal argument. Officers determined no one had been assaulted and no property had been damaged. The couple said they were going to sleep for the night and assured officers there would be no more problems.

December 16:
A business in the 1900 block of Boblett Avenue reported that a commercial vehicle had hit the side of its building. The driver and a business employee had already exchanged information, and the driver had continued on his way before an officer arrived. A report was generated for insurance purposes.

December 16:
A purse containing ID, cash and a bankcard was stolen from a student. The theft was followed by unauthorized transactions on the bankcard. The incident is being investigated.

December 16:
A border patrol agent saw a driver of a motor vehicle drive the wrong way on a limited access entrance. The driver was contacted and he will be issued an infraction for the violation.

December 16:
A citizen in the 600 block of C Street reported her window had been broken out. She was uncertain when the incident had occurred, and there is no suspect information. Report taken for informational purposes.

December 16:
A woman in the 600 block of A Street called to complain that her husband was going to leave the residence. Officers responded and determined that no crime had occurred. The wife was concerned about the welfare of her elderly husband.

December 15:
Dispatch reported the fire department was en route to a residence in the 300 block of H Street where an elderly female was feeling dizzy and was unable to let the fire department in because she could not get out of bed. Officers were able to locate the apartment manager, who let the fire department in so they could provide treatment to the woman.

December 15:
Report of a distraught 16-year-old boy sitting on his coat near a curb line in a residential area in the 600 block of Sixth Street. An officer arrived in the area to provide any type of assistance, but the boy was not located. The officer also checked with people in the area, but they had not see him. The area was patrolled.

December 15:
An officer contacted a high school student who wished to report domestic violence at home (in the county). The student claimed no injury at the time of police contact. An officer assisted the student and WCSO by arranging for WCSO to contact the student and investigate the matter.

December 14:
An officer was dispatched to check Montfort Park after a complaint was received concerning barricades and items that were creating a hazard. The officer walked all through the park and did not locate anything hazardous.

December 14:
An officer was asked to attend the Peace Arch Port of Entry where a driver was being detained, because the vehicle bore license plates which had been reported as stolen. It was determined that the vehicle’s plates had been stolen and the thief had replaced them with these stolen license plates, unbeknownst to the owner.

December 14:
A local church in the 1200 block of Harrison Avenue reported the disappearance of a piece of equipment from their PA system. The church building has been searched and all the people who may have used the equipment were questioned, but the item was not found. It is unknown the exact date the equipment went missing, and there are no suspects at this time.

December 14:
Officers responded to a non-injury motor vehicle accident on the 275 on-ramp. A vehicle that was being driven too fast for the roadway conditions had slid off the pavement. The vehicle was towed out and the driver was soon on his way.

December 14:
A citizen reported seeing a juvenile standing on the road in the 2000 block of Peace Portal Drive. A short time later his parents came by in separate vehicles and started arguing with each other. The citizen requested a welfare check on the juvenile, as he seemed to be bothered by the arguing. Officers checked the area and their residence with no contact.

December 14:
A woman in the 600 block of A Street reported her 14-year-old son had pushed her. Officers responded and investigated the incident. Charges will be forwarded to the prosecutor for review.

December 13:
A local business in the 100 block of C Street reported a vehicle that had been parked in their lot for days. The car was found not to be reported stolen at the time but switched plates suggested that the car may yet be stolen. The business owner had the car towed from his lot and privately impounded. Police continued investigating and determined that the car was bought at auction in Seattle by a Canadian car dealership. U.S. Customs confirmed that the car was in the (legal) process of being exported to Canada. Two men representing the Canadian import car dealership were identified when they got the car out of impound.

December 13:
Officer received a complaint from a citizen in the 1200 block of Blaine Avenue who wanted to report suspicious activities with juveniles in her area. The kids have apparently been performing the old “knock and run” routine and it is becoming a nuisance. The officer documented the incident in case the problem continues.

December 13:
A CPS appointed guardian in the 900 block of H Street notified the police department that a juvenile who had been placed in her care did not return home from school. A juvenile runaway report was taken. The juvenile was later located by the guardian and returned home.