Police Report -- December 21, 2006

Published on Thu, Dec 21, 2006
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December 20: An officer arrested a man for a Snohomish County district court warrant. The man was transported and booked into WCSO jail. A locate was sent to the ORI.

December 19: A Blaine resident in the 700 block of A Street reported that two unsecured bicycles were stolen from outside her residence sometime overnight. There are no suspects at this time. The red and yellow Free Spirit bike and the blue/black/gray Magna brand BMX bike are still missing.

December 19: A business in the 1700 block of H Street reported a woman had shoplifted several items. A suspect vehicle description was provided; however, the license plate provided was not valid. A search for the suspect vehicle continues.

December 19: While an officer was investigating a collision on private property in the 1700 block of H Street he found that one of the drivers had two outstanding arrest warrants from Redmond. The man was arrested on the warrant and booked into the jail.

December 19: A school maintenance supervisor notified police that a 16-year-old miscreant had thrown a rock at a school bus. School officials are investigating to determine if any damage occurred.

December 18: Officer was contacted by U.S. Customs in reference a adult female who was returned from Canada and needed assistance because she had no money or means to get aid. Officers transported the woman to their office where she was provided a bus pass and given information for short term housing in Bellingham

December 18: Officers were advised that two adult men had jumped from their white BMW convertible parked in the 800 block of Boblett and were fiercely engaged in competitive public urination. Their bladders were apparently sized appropriately for their social skills, as they zipped up and zipped away before officers arrived.

December 18: A concerned citizen called this office regarding a closed business in the 1700 block of H Street. He reported going to the business to retrieve some items and found it locked with a sign on the door that listed the police department as a contact. Officers are checking to see what assistance can be offered to the parties involved.

December 18: An officer was dispatched to a report of a hit and run in the 1300 block of Boblett Street. On arrival, the officer was contacted by a semi truck driver who said a person in a Ford Explorer had collided with the side of his truck then fled the area. There was no damage to the truck but the truck driver said the person damaged his car. No license was received by the truck driver and the suspected driver was not located.

December 18: Officer was dispatched to the 800 block of Mitchell Avenue to assist C.P.S. in placing a family’s children into protective custody. Officer assisted with no incident.

December 18: Officer was dispatched to a report of two loose dogs in the 800 block of Cedar Street who scared a neighbor who encountered the animals while taking out their garbage after dark. Officer contacted the pet owner and gave a warning to keep the dogs either in a fenced area or in the house.

December 17: Officers received a call about a possible drug transaction occurring between two vehicles in the 1500 block of H Street. They located the vehicles and investigated. One driver was helping another motorist repair a disabled light on one of their cars. No drug activity was involved, but the call was appreciated.

December 17: Officers were dispatched to a business complex in the 1300 block of Peace Portal Drive after the manager discovered an audio component had been stolen. No suspects were found in the area, and police are awaiting the business’ review of its videotapes in hopes the theft might have been recorded.

December 17: Officers were asked to respond to the Peace Arch POE to check on a possible protection order violation. The violator was issued a citation and was released upon signing his promise to appear.

December 17: U.S. Customs reported they discovered a man who had a personal use amount of marijuana in his possession during inspection. Officer arrived and met with the suspect who admitted the marijuana did belong to him, but he had forgot about it being in his car and luggage. Officer arrested the suspect for being in possession of marijuana under 40 grams. The arrestee was cited and released. 

December 17: A Blaine police officer observed and contacted a vehicle circling closed businesses in the 2000 block of Peace Portal. The driver had no insurance and was carrying an illegal weapon. Officer confiscated the weapon, cited the driver and released him. 

December 16: A resident in the 2000 block of H Street called police after finding a dead deer in front of her mailbox. The deer had been struck by a car during the previous night on an adjacent roadway. The carcass was removed.

December 16: A citizen reported a subject tried several locked office doors on a building in the 300 block of H Street, then went inside an open business nearby before leaving. Officers checked the area and were unable to locate the man. The businesses were secure.

December 16: A person reported he saw a raccoon limping down the street on two legs. Officers attempted to locate the injured critter. 

December 16: A U.S. citizen entered the United States at the Peace Arch POE and was found to have suspended driver privileges. The Bremerton resident was driving a rental car that his girlfriend had paid for. A Blaine officer arrested, cited, and released the driver with a mandatory court date. The vehicle belonged to Enterprise Rent-A-Car and the rental company requested the vehicle be impounded.

December 16: Dispatch reported a domestic dispute at a residence in the 600 block of A Street involving a young girl and her mother’s friend. Officers arrived and contacted the parties. They determined that the friend, with the mother’s permission, had disciplined her daughter, and she was not injured. Officers cleared with no further incident.

December 15: Blaine police responded to a domestic violence incident in the 700 block of F Street after the male half kicked the door in at his ex-girlfriend’s apartment. The man left prior to the police arrival and was not immediately located. A case report investigation was completed and referred to prosecutor for charges. Officers are continuing to look for the suspect.

December 15: Blaine officers assisted U.S. Border Patrol agents with the apprehension of a man who crossed the border illegally.

December 15: Officers assisted the city light department with traffic control when a power pole snapped in the windstorm and fell on to live electrical wires. No one was injured and no property was damaged during the blackout that followed the incident.

December 15: An officer found that a traffic light had been repositioned by high winds in the 400 block of Peace Portal Drive. The light was causing traffic confusion. Blaine police notified WSDOT and the light was promptly repaired.

December 15: A 911 call advised police that a juvenile was driving near Blaine high school with a suspended driver’s license.

December 15: A person reported that personal checks were stolen from her former residence in Blaine in July. 

December 15: An officer located and arrested a subject in the 9700 block of Lincoln Lane who had two outstanding warrants. While the officer was making contact with the suspect he found suspected methamphetamine. The suspect was arrested for the warrants and booked into jail. The suspected drugs were sent to the lab for confirmation.

December 15: Blaine police was contacted by a business owner in the 200 block of Cedar Street regarding two suspicious subjects trespassing on his property and loitering around parked cars. Officers searched the area but did not locate the two men, who were described as wearing dark clothing. Extra patrols were provided.