Blaine Police Department reports: April 18, 2019

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April 7, 1:37 a.m.: Officers responded to a reported residential alarm on D Street. Officers arrived and spoke with a resident who advised a guest left and they couldn't reset the alarm in time, triggering an alert which required Law Enforcement response.

April 7, 3:07 p.m.: Persons reported a neighbor’s dogs were continuously barking for the past hour. Officer arrived and found two barking dogs in the back yard. Officer located the owner and warned them of the barking dog ordinance. Owner said they would try to not let it happen again.

April 7, 8:02 p.m.: A Blaine PD officer conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle for illegal backing in the 400 block of Peace Portal Drive. The Canadian driver was found to have a suspended driver's license. The woman was arrest, cited and released with a mandatory court date.

April 7, 6:40 p.m.: An officer stopped to contact a family living in an RV in the 700 block of Ludwick Avenue after the officer noticed there was large trash bin, a solar panel, a door on saw horses, and a large item wrapped in a tarp on top of pallets just outside of the RV on a nearby property. The owner of the RV was contacted and told they needed to move the items off of the property because it did not belong to them. Photos were taken to document the incident. Follow up is needed to ensure the property is cleaned up.

April 8, 9:28 a.m.: A student believed they saw their father on campus whom she believes there is a no contact order in place. An Officer checked the area but did not find the vehicle. A review of footage was done which provided negative results. Dispatch advised there was no order on file. Officer cleared without incident.

April 8, 11:41 a.m.: Bellingham Port Authority reported someone had spray painted graffiti on four different pieces of their property. There are no suspects in this case.

April 8, 10:20 p.m.: A man flagged down police claiming to need assistance. An officer spoke with the man whom claimed to be suicidal but had no means of self-harm and actually just wanted a ride to the hospital. The officer gave the man a courtesy ride to St. Joseph's ER. Police cleared without incident.

April 9, 8:33 a.m.: Officers responded to the Peace Arch Point of Entry for a report of a suspended driver. Officers determined the individual has a suspended license status. Officers arrested, cited and released the individual with a mandatory court date. Officers cleared with no further incident.

April 9, 8:30 a.m.: Person reported his son had two friends stay at his house for a couple days, and after they left the family noticed $11,500 worth of jewelry was missing. There are currently no suspects in this case.

April 9, 11:34 a.m.: Officers were contacted by an individual who stated her son was chased on two separate occasions by an elderly male, once about two months ago and again on this day. The individual worried it might be a mental health concern. Officers advised the complainant to call 911 next time it happens. Officers cleared with no further incident.

April 9, 6:08 p.m.: Officers responded to a trespass complaint on D Street. A business manager called to report an individual bothering customers for money. Officers spoke with the manager who only wanted the individual moved along. Officers located the individual and gave him a ride to the WTA Station in Bellingham at his request.

April 9, 7:22 p.m.: Officers responded to a mutual aid request put out by Whatcom County Sheriff's Office. Blaine Police responded to the Truck Crossing at SR 543 for a missing person. Upon arrival Officers contacted the individual who was in good spirits. His wife was already on the way and arrived shortly after. The individual was released to his wife.

April 9, 9:10 p.m.: Officers responded to an address on E Street for a death investigation. During the course of the investigation, the Whatcom County Medical Examiners Office was contacted and released the deceased to a local cremation service.

April 9, 11:16 p.m.: While on foot patrol in Semiahmoo Park, Officers came across a minor individual in possession of alcohol. The individual was cited and released for the violation.

April 10, 8:06 a.m.: Person reported there is a no contact order in place between her and her ex-boyfriend, but he keeps violating the no contact order by calling her and texting her. Officers located the ex-boyfriend and arrested him for 11 counts of violating a no contact order. Arrestee was booked into jail.

April 10, 6:40 p.m.: Officers followed up with a CPS referral made regarding a family living on E Street. Officers made contact with the residence and verified there were no concerns for welfare at the residence. Officers cleared afterwards.

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