Police Beat

Jan 27, 2017

Dec. 9

MISSING WEAPONS--13600 BLK of 28th Dr SE
A 61-year-old Mill Creek man reported that his hunting gear had been stolen out of his pickup.

Dec. 11

SUSPECTED DUI--2900 BLK of 132ND ST SE
A 36-year-old driver from Everett was arrested for driving under the influence and driving on a suspended license.

UPON FURTHER INVESTIGATION--13600 BLK of 25TH AVE SE
A 25-year-old man was arrested for possession of narcotics when police responded to a domestic incident.

CAUGHT ON CAMERA in the 3300 block of 132nd St SE
Security video helped identify the man who stole a half gallon of liquor from a grocery store.

LONG ARM OF THE LAW in the 2000 BLK 136TH ST SE
Police Chief Greg Elwin initiated a vehicle pursuit that ended at the sports fields in the 2000 block of 136 ST SE.  The driver ran but was captured after resisting multiple Taser deployments.

Dec. 13

NO GUARANTEE --2000 BLK of 132ND ST SE
A 29-year-old Bothell man was arrested for stealing product and receiving a refund for the same product.

Dec. 14

OUTSTANDING WARRANT --900 BLK of 164th ST SE
Officers contacted two subjects in a suspicious vehicle. One of the occupants, a 32-year-old Seattle man was arrested for a warrant from the state Department of Corrections.

Dec. 15

HOME BURGLARY in the 14900 block of 16th AVE SE
Mill Creek police responded to the call from a 29-year-old man who lived claimed that his home had been burglarized.

NOT INNOCENT FUN--1400 BLK TRILLIUM BLVD.
A juvenile male was identified as the creator of a threatening note. The note was determined to not be a valid threat.

Dec. 18

SUSPECIOUS PACKAGE--13700 BLK of 25TH AVE SE
The passenger in a vehicle stopped for suspected theft of a package was arrested was arrested on a warrant from an unrelated incident. The suspect was transported to the Snohomish County Jail where he was booked.

MUTUALLY SUSPECIOUS--13500 BLK NORTH CREEK DR
A man and woman from Mill Creek were both questioned when police received separate calls of domestic violence at a residence.

CPR In PROGRESS --13800 BLK of 27th DR SE
A 20-year-old woman was transported to the hospital after officers responded to reports of CPR in progress.

Dec. 19
FLYING FISH--15600 BLK MAIN ST
Police responded to a shoplift complaint at a grocery store.  Employees reported a male and female entered the store, purchased $8 worth of vegetables, but stole $248 worth of fresh seafood.

GUN SAFE--800 BLK 164TH ST SE
Police responded to a request from the fire department. A man being transported to the hospital asked that his firearm be put in safekeeping.

HIT AND ROLL—15300 BLK of BOTHELL EVERETT HWY
Officers responded to a vehicle vs. pedestrian collision at the intersection of 153rd St SE and Bothell Everett HWY when a 22-year-old male driver from Redmond collided with a 65-year-old pedestrian from Mill Creek. The pedestrian was taken to the hospital for her injuries.

Dec. 23

SUSPECT ARRESTED--3400 BLK 132ND ST SE
An officer contacted a known wanted subject in the 3400 block of 132nd St SE. The 31-year-old male from Edmonds was arrested and booked into the Snohomish County Jail.

Dec. 24

CHURCH WINDOW--14600 BLK 35TH AVE SE
Officers responded to an alarm at a church on Christmas Eve in the 14600 block of 35th Ave SE. An unknown subject attempted to gain access through the bottom level window.

CAR VS. BUILDING--4400 BLK of 132nd St SE
Officers responded to a vehicle vs structure collision in the 4400 block of 132nd St SE. A 24 -year-old male from Mill Creek was observed walking away from the collision scene. The male was subsequently arrested for Hit and Run and DUI.

Dec. 27

SHOPLIFTING--2000 BLK of 132nd Street SE
Police arrested an adult male and an adult female for shoplifting at a business near the 2000 block of 132nd Street SE.

PURSE STOLEN--900 BLK of 164th St SE
Officers responded to a theft report in the 900 block of 164th St SE.  A woman reported someone stole her purse from her unlocked vehicle.

Dec. 29

STOLEN PROPERTY/ DRUGS—900 BLK 164TH ST SE
A 29-year-old male from Lynnwood was booked into Snohomish County Jail for Possession of a Stolen Vehicle, Possession of Heroin, Use of Drug Paraphernalia, Possession of a Dangerous Weapon and Possession of Burglary Tools.

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