Blaine Police Department reports: December 2-5, 2019

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December 2, 9:54 a.m.: Blaine Police Department officers responded to a reported theft of services in the 1300 block of H Street. The complainant did not want to pursue charges but wanted the individual involved trespassed.

December 2, 12:06 p.m.: A person reported that someone has been using her debit card and making purchases without her knowledge. The person filed a fraud complaint with her bank and had the debit card canceled.

December 2, 3:08 p.m.: Blaine police assisted U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) with contact of a CBP officer. The employee was not home at the time.

December 3, 8:03 a.m.: Blaine Police Department officers responded to a welfare check in the 600 block of A Street. Officers contacted the individual who called 911 and verified all was well.

December 3, 10:30 a.m.: Blaine Police Department officers responded to a reported violation of a court order. Officers spoke with the complainant who advised the violation occurred in cyberspace. Officers reviewed the order and determined that a violation of the order did not occur with the provided circumstances.

December 3, 3:28 p.m.: Blaine Police Department officers responded to a report of trouble with customers at a local business in the 1700 block of H Street. The problematic customers left prior to the arrival of officers.

December 4, 8:19 a.m.: Blaine Police Department officers responded to an assist citizen request by phone regarding a civil matter.

December 4, 4:48 p.m.: A woman called police to report harassing phone calls. An officer arrived and documented the incident. The incident was forwarded to the city of Blaine prosecutor’s office for review.

December 4, 7 p.m.: Officers were called to the Peace Arch port of entry to investigate a possible case of reckless endangerment. A person applying for entry into Canada hid a handgun in a local park. The handgun was located and seized; charges for reckless endangerment will be following.

December 4, 8:30 a.m.: A person reported that she put up a Christmas lights timer outside her garage to make her lights come on at night. The person checked on the light timer in the morning because the lights were acting funny. She believed someone had tampered with the switch. She determined there was no damage, but feels someone changed the time on the switch. Extra patrol was requested and will be provided as available.

December 5, 4:53 p.m.: Police were dispatched to service a temporary protection order. The respondent on the order was contacted and served at his address. Police stood by while the man collected his belongings and left the home. Police cleared without incident. Office staff will enter the order as served.

December 5, 6:05 p.m.: Officers were called to a report of threats. The reporting party requested that no action be taken. Officers spoke with the suspect and no probable cause was established. Officers cleared.

December 5, 10:39 p.m.: Officers on patrol observed a vehicle with a defective headlight and no working license plate light. The vehicle was stopped for the defective equipment and the driver was discovered to have a suspended license. The driver was arrested, cited and released with a mandatory court date.

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