Blaine Police Department reports: September 7-12, 2019

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September 7, 1:21 a.m.: Blaine Police Department officers located an abandoned and apparent inoperable vehicle. Officers tagged the vehicle as abandoned.

September 7, 10:34 a.m.: Blaine officers responded to a Department of Children, Youth and Families referral. Blaine officers spoke with the victim and determined the incident occurred outside the city of Blaine jurisdiction. Blaine officers called the Department of Children, Youth and Families to let them know the incident occurred in the Whatcom County Sheriff’s Office jurisdiction. Blaine officers cleared the call.

September 7, 10:40 a.m.: Officers working traffic enforcement observed a vehicle with expired registration. Officers stopped the vehicle and determined the driver had a felony warrant for his arrest. Officers arrested the individual for the warrant and an additional driving without a license charge. Officers transported the individual to the Whatcom County Jail for booking. Officers cleared with no further incident.

September 7, 6:46 p.m.: Officers responded to a landlord tenant complaint. Officers spoke with all of the involved parties. No probable cause for a crime was established. The basic domestic violence concerns and landlord tenant laws were explained to the parties. Officers cleared.

September 8, 2:53 p.m.: Blaine police responded to the Truck Crossing Port of Entry at the request of the WCSO for a person who was reported as being missing out of Omaha. The officer checked on the welfare of the woman and cleared her as a missing person after finding her in good health and well-being.

September 8, 8:42 p.m.: Blaine Police Department officers took a telephone harassment report occurring in the 600 block of Peace Portal Drive. The suspect has reportedly sent multiple harassing text messages and has made several harassing phone calls. Case is under investigation.

September 9, 2:32 p.m.: An unknown person spray painted over the solar panel of the Blaine police radar trailer. Officers removed the trailer from its location and brought it back to the police department to be cleaned and serviced.

September 9, 5:30 p.m.: A Blaine resident came into the police department to report she was a victim of internet fraud. The individual advised she applied for a loan online and was scammed out of several thousand dollars. Officers documented the circumstance and provided the individual with a case number. Officers cleared with no further incident.

September 10, 6:23 a.m.: Blaine police were dispatched to a business alarm in the 200 Block of D Street. Officers spoke with an employee who determined that the alarm had been set off by a new employee. The business will be sent a false alarm notification.

September 10, 10:16 a.m.: Officers were dispatched to a student who ran away from the Blaine Primary School. While en route, Officers were advised that the student returned. The school resource officer spoke with the student about the dangers about running into the street and how to better calm himself down. School staff advised they would handle the issue per school policy. No law enforcement action taken.

September 11, 2:59 p.m.: Officers working traffic enforcement observed a vehicle with a registered owner who has a suspended license. Officer stopped the vehicle and identified the driver as the registered owner. Officers arrested, cited and released the driver with a mandatory court date. Officers identified the passenger as an individual with two active warrants. Officers arrested the individual and found her to be in possession of illegal drugs. Officers booked the individual into the Whatcom County Jail. Officers cleared with no further incident.

September 11, 3:35 p.m.: Blaine police responded to the Peace Arch Port of Entry for a report of a woman being in possession of multiple controlled substances. An officer arrived and investigated the incident. The woman was arrested, cited and released with a mandatory court date.

September 12, 10:34 a.m.: Blaine officers responded to a drug possession at the Peace Arch. Blaine officers arrested the individual and booked him into Whatcom County Jail. Blaine officers cleared the scene without incident.

September 12, 3 a.m.: Officers were dispatched to a domestic violence assault that happened several hours prior. Officers contacted the victim by phone. The victim was in Bellingham. The victim advised that during an argument, her husband slapped her in the face. Officers are currently working with the victim to document the circumstance and establish probable cause for an arrest.

September 12, 11:59 a.m.: Blaine officers responded to a domestic dispute outside of the Blaine Police Department. Officers separated the two individuals and conducted an investigation. Once officers determined that no crime had occurred, they let the individuals go, each in their own separate direction. Blaine officers cleared without incident.

September 12, 3:25 p.m.: Officers working traffic enforcement observed a vehicle with a registered owner who has a suspended license. Officers stopped the vehicle and identified the driver as the registered owner. Officers arrested, cited and released the individual with a mandatory court date. Officers cleared with no further incident.

September 12, 5:52 p.m.: Blaine officers responded to a report of an individual on the sidewalk with his pants down. The individual defecated on private property in full view of pedestrians and motorists. Officers arrested the individual for lewd acts. The individual was issued a criminal citation and was released with a court date. Officers transported the individual to the hospital at his request. Police cleared without further incident.

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