Blaine Police Department reports: April 4, 2019

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March 23, 5:52 p.m.: Officers responded to an unconscious individual behind a business on Peace Portal Drive. Upon arrival, the individual woke up and stated he took a nap in the sun after consuming alcohol. The individual was determined to be fine and walked away on his own.

March 25, 9:42 a.m.: An adult man called police requesting assistance, as his parents were abusing him. An officer arrived and spoke with the man. Nothing criminal was occurring. The officer gave the man several suggestions to make his situation better. The man thanked the officer. Police cleared without incident.

March 25, 1:12 p.m.: Person reported his girlfriend had broken a window while they were arguing. Officers arrived and spoke with the boyfriend and girlfriend. Officers determined the girlfriend had broken a window while they had been involved in an argument. Officer arrested the girlfriend for domestic violence malicious mischief 3rd degree, and booked her into the Whatcom County Jail.

March 25, 1:30 a.m.: Blaine police responded to the 300 Block of Alder Street for a report of domestic violence. Officers arrested a man after learning he had bitten his girlfriend during an argument. The man was booked into the Whatcom County Jail.

March 26, 10:30 a.m.: Person reported her boyfriend’s daughter assaulted and threaten her daughter and another person who was visiting the night before. Officer spoke with everyone involved with the incident last night and determined the boyfriend’s daughter had assaulted and threatened two people the night before. Officer arrested the suspect and booked her into the Juvenile Detention Facility.

March 26, 12:39 p.m.: Blaine police were dispatched to the Blaine Middle School for a report of students writing racial graffitti in the bathroom. Police arrived and determined a crime had occurred, but not a felony-level hate crime. The incident was handled administratively by the school district.

March 27, 6:27 a.m.: A person requested a welfare check on a person lying on the sidewalk. Officers arrived and found the person was not breathing. Officer requested the fire department and started CPR. The fire department arrived and took over CPR. The person was unable to be resuscitated. Officers were unable to find any signs of a crime. The medical examiner and next of kin were notified.

March 27, 3:36 p.m.: An officer on patrol noticed improperly displayed license plate tabs on a vehicle. Upon running the license plates it was determined the registered owner (RO) of the vehicle was driving with a suspended license in the 3rd degree. Police stopped the vehicle and arrested the driver (RO) for DWLS 3rd. He was cited and released with a mandatory court date. His vehicle was impounded.

March 28, 7:56 a.m.: Officers responded to Peregrine Way for a report of a burglary that happened the previous night. Officers arrived and determined someone smashed the rear French door glass to gain entry into the residence. During the burglary, the next door neighbor went outside with his dog and likely scared off the suspects. Officers cleared the residence to ensure nobody was still inside and contacted the homeowner who normally resides in Seattle. Officers documented the damage and cleared with no further incident.    

March 28, 7:37 p.m.: Officers responded to the area of Boblett Street and state route 543 for an agitated male individual. Officers located the individual at Burger King who denied he was in need of assistance and the issue was a misunderstanding.

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