Police Report -- August 31, 2006

Published on Thu, Aug 31, 2006
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August 29: Officers were asked to assist a man while he discussed an unpleasant family matter with another family member who had a difference of opinion. Officers remained until the men had finished their discussion.

August 28: An officer responded to an anonymous report of a loud argument at a residence in the 9700 block of Vista Terrace Drive. A family member who had been previously arrested and trespassed from the property was believed to have returned. The home’s occupants reported that the suspect was not there, and that the disturbance had been a loud discussion between family members about how to deal with a bat (as in animal) which had flown into the house. No crime had occurred.

August 28: Officers were advised of two transients sleeping on the fire escape in the 400 block of Peace Portal. Officers made contact with the pair and found that they were traveling and could not obtain a motel room for the night. Subjects were asked to move from private property, and they did so.

August 28: An employee reported a vehicle drove slowly through their business’ parking lot and stared at an employee before leaving. The car’s windows were tinted and no suspect description was available. Employees had observed the same vehicle, a grey or silver sedan, doing the same thing a week prior. An extensive area check was conducted and no vehicle matching was located.

August 27: Officers responded to a report of a physical domestic in progress in the 300 block of 4th Street. Upon arrival it was determined that two sisters had been in a physical altercation. The primary aggressor, a 29-year-old Blaine resident, was arrested for Assault 4th DV and booked into jail.

August 27: Officers responded to a reported street fight in progress in the 600 block of A Street. On arrival they found three teenage boys who said they were accosted by two men in a car who threatened to beat them up. The teens said they responded by striking the car with a baseball bat. Officer located the car and occupants. They denied accosting anyone and complained their car had been vandalized. After completing their investigation the officers arrested the 17-year-old bat wielding Blaine resident for Malicious Mischief.

August 27: Dispatch alerted officers and remained on the phone with a resident in the 5700 block of Great Blue Heron Lane who heard someone prowling around their home. The caller had first heard the handle on their door being pulled. Officers found no one in the area. A search of inside the residence was conducted, and all doors were found to be secure. Extra patrol was provided afterwards.

August 26: Officers received a noise complaint. The reporting person said that it sounded like a loud party. Upon arriving, several people ran from the area and were not located. Officers spoke to the one remaining person. He believed that since it was Friday night, he could have a late night cookout, complete with loud music. He denied that anyone had run away, and insisted that there was no under-age drinking going on. After a brief discussion with officers, the person decided he would turn down the music and make sure everyone was quiet. Extra patrol was provided.

August 26: Officer located several minors drinking alcoholic beverages and one in possession of a marijuana pipe. All six minors were arrested for Minor in possession of alcohol and one of the minor subjects for possession of drug paraphernalia. The arrestees were released to their parents.

August 26: Officers responded to a report of a burglary. They determined a man had returned to his parent’s home after being evicted. He kicked in the door and removed some of his clothing from the residence. Nothing else was taken or damaged. Appropriate charges will be forwarded to the prosecutor for review.

August 26: A resident reported that her boyfriend was missing. Officers spoke to the man’s roommate who stated that the person in question was out of town and expected back by Wednesday. The girlfriend was notified.

August 25: Dispatch received a report of a man bleeding at a business in the 600 block of Peace Portal Drive after a fight with another customer who had already left. Officers arrived and met with the victim and several other people. The fire department transported the victim to hospital. Officer contacted the other man involved in the fight and he too claimed to have been the victim. Officer completed their investigation and referred the case to the prosecutor’s office.

August 25: A person in the 500 block of E Street called police after coming home to find their residence burglarized. The suspects apparently entered an unlocked door and stole a laptop and a telephone. Case is under investigation.

August 25: A teenage store clerk reported that two adult men men followed her to her car when she got off work, and engaged her in conversation in a manner that made her uncomfortable, although they were polite and did not stop her from leaving. The incident was reported three days after the event. An officer advised the clerk’s mother of the incident and documented it. Extra patrol will be provided to the area.

August 24: A resident in the 600 block of Adelia Street reported having suffered a domestic violence assault during an argument over property. Officers located and arrested the suspect for assault domestic violence and booked her into jail.

August 24: An employer requested a welfare check when a reliable employee failed to show up to work or leave a message. Officers investigated the incident, contacted relatives, and discovered the employee was safe in Bellingham.

August 24: A resident in the 1600 block of Peace Portal Drive reported that all of the windows on his vehicle had been smashed out. The person was not sure when it may have happened, but believed it was probably within 24 hours of his reporting the incident. Several large rocks were located in the vehicle. There are no suspects in this case.

August 24: An officer assisted a parent with a disabled child who had fallen out of bed and was in the need of assistance.