Mountlake Terrace Police Blotter: July 9-16, 2021
6700 block 228th Street Southwest: Two patio chairs were stolen from a residence porch overnight. Surveillance footage showed a white SUV, with no license plate attached to the back, in the driveway, after which a man exited the driver’s seat and loaded the chairs into the vehicle before driving away.
23900 Block 60th Street Southwest: A woman said she was the victim of an overnight vehicle prowl after discovering the vehicle registration and seat covers were missing.
22800 Lakeview Drive Block: Police provided a man and woman with brochures on domestic violence following a verbal argument in which the two said nothing physical had happened.
21700 block 55th Avenue West: A man reported that his Toyota Highlander was stolen from his lawn overnight.
Block 22700 West 61st Avenue: A stolen Seattle Jeep Wrangler was found after being found by a resident parked in the grass overnight.
6600 block 220th Street Southwest: A man was arrested for having a pending warrant.
22800 Block 58th Avenue West: While performing a welfare check and attempting to locate a vehicle allegedly involved in a kidnapping in Marysville, police determined someone had stolen her license plate before . The owner of the vehicle, who works at Safeway, said the correct faceplate was on it when she left for work in the morning and surveillance footage from the store showed a white man in a white Chevrolet Equinox removing the plate from his vehicle, which is the same model and color. The suspect then left. Police determined that the front license plate now on the employee’s vehicle belonged to a white 2005 Chevrolet Equinox that had been reported stolen.
5200 block 220th Street Southwest: Residents reported that someone had stolen their red mailbox and the wooden post it was attached to. They thought it was unlikely that an important mail would be missing as the male owner has a PO box for important mail. The missing mailbox and mail were estimated to be around $ 50.
Intersection of 220th Street SW and 66th Avenue West: A hit-and-run collision was reported after the victim’s car, which was heading west and driving straight through a green light, drove straight through a green light. was struck on the driver’s side by a dark blue Ford Focus. The Focus was traveling eastbound and attempted to turn northbound at the intersection. The victim pulled into a nearby parking lot and said the driver of the Ford Focus stopped to ask if she and the passenger in her vehicle were okay, then left the scene without providing any contact information or insurance. The fleeing driver has been described as a dark-skinned man in his late teens to early twenties. A passenger in his vehicle was similarly described and allegedly wore a beanie. The driver and passenger of the crashed vehicle refused any help. Damage to the victim’s car was estimated to be around $ 3,000 and included both the driver’s side wheels and a large scratch running the length of the car.
6100 block 219th Street Southwest: Malicious mischief was reported after someone with access to Regus offices attempted to break into one of the locked cabinets and caused damage over the weekend. An employee said the only way to access office space on weekends was to use a key card provided to customers. Upon arriving on Monday morning, the employee noticed that a cabinet handle, which was already broken and held in place with duct tape, was partially hanging – which was unusual – and that a locked drawer attached to her desk had been partially opened and left hanging loosely. . Nothing was reported missing and there was no damage or signs of forced entry into the office space.
22000 block 66th Avenue West: A Crazy Moose Casino employee reported that her vehicle was broken into while she was working. The front passenger side window of his black Acura MDX was completely shattered and the victim said a black lunch bag containing his driver’s license, credit card and cell phone was taken inside the vehicle. Surveillance video showed a dark four-door sedan without a front license plate attached in the cabin next to the victim’s vehicle. Shortly thereafter, the driver of the car exited the vehicle, approached the passenger side of her vehicle, then climbed back into her vehicle and drove off.
21800 Block 44th Avenue West: A man playing tennis at Mountlake Terrace High School returned to his silver Toyota Highlander and found his driver’s side rear window smashed. The victim said his vehicle was not searched and nothing was stolen as his backpack and personal items were still inside. The vehicle was parked near the sports fields and police checked in and around it to see if a stray baseball or tennis ball could have broken the glass but found nothing.
24000 block Van Ry Boulevard: A man was trespassed on the property of the Studio 6 hotel at the request of an employee who said the man was staying in a room after departure and had not paid.
5900 block 232nd Street Southwest: An affected party transformed the keys to the police station after finding them in the 22600 block of 52nd Avenue West.
4400 Block 229th Place Southwest: Animal Control issued a free-range dog violation following a dog bite incident. A male subject was walking his dog outside a residence when a raging dog came out of an open garage and bit his dog. The resident said the dog was only visiting for the weekend and belonged to his daughter’s fiancee. The offense was subsequently issued to him because the officer determined that he was the person responsible for the dog at the time the incident occurred.
4800 block 236th Avenue West: An owner of a home undergoing renovations arrived to discover that the deadbolt lock on the front door was not locked and that a corner window in the bedroom had recently been shattered, most likely by a stone on the ground inside. The victim said he had already put wooden pegs on all the windows for extra security and noticed that the peg had been removed from the broken window and was also sitting on the floor. He said nothing was stolen, but noted the location had already been broken into in April 2021.
6600 block 244th Street Southwest: A man reported that his vehicle was damaged by two male subjects while in the parking lot of the Nile Shrine Golf Course. As the man sat in the clubhouse, his keys had started flashing due to the vehicle’s alarm being triggered, and when he went to investigate, he discovered that the driver’s left front window of the truck was broken and the door panel was damaged by the glass. Nothing appeared to have been caught in the vehicle and the man said a witness in the parking lot saw a Toyota Celica approach the truck and two men, both dressed in black hoodies, got out of the room. Celica.
5900 block 232nd Street Southwest: Woman returned fireworks to the police station for destruction.
5900 block 232nd Street Southwest: Police attempted to contact a man so they could return a passport belonging to him, after he was found in the former police station patrol room. They did not receive a response and the passport was placed in evidence for safekeeping.
23600 block 49th Avenue West: Two subjects, a man and a woman, both received brochures on domestic violence following a verbal altercation, in which police determined that nothing had happened past of physics.
Block 6300 Saint Albion Way: A hit-and-run collision was reported after the owner of the vehicle realized it had been recently damaged, while parked, with white paint transferred to his vehicle.
Block 23400 Lakeview Drive: Two suspects drilled a hole in the gas tank of the victim’s Chevy truck. The suspects were described as a male and female, both white in their mid-twenties to early thirties, of average height and stocky build. The woman reportedly carried a backpack and the two suspects ran north once they were discovered.
6600 Block 220th Street Southwest: Police determined that there was probable cause to charge a woman with gun theft and illegal possession of a gun. A male acquaintance had come to pick her up following a request she made on social media, which indicated that she needed a taxi to find friends. He then stopped at the Shell gas station to buy cigarettes and, upon returning to his vehicle, found that she had left and had taken her black Colt 1911 .45 caliber pistol with a loaded magazine, which had been stowed under the driver’s seat. He attempted to contact the woman again through a social media messaging app, but she had since blocked him. Dispatch said the woman had a pending felony warrant and was also a convicted felon. Police searched the area, but it was not located.
24000 block 54th Avenue West: A resident provided police with surveillance footage of the incident which shows a white male in his 20s and 30s wearing a green jacket, brown shorts and carrying a backpack trying on the door handle of the Reporting Group Subaru Forester. His vehicle was not damaged and no items were taken.
4100 block 212th Street Southwest: A man was arrested for malicious mischief and warrant after smashing a bedroom window in an apartment with his hand. The man said he was locked out of the apartment and did not intend to smash the window while repeatedly hitting her in an attempt to wake his family inside the residence . Family members inside the apartment said the man had lived there before but had been evicted days earlier for failing to pay rent. They said he did not have a house key and that they no longer wanted him to live there.
4300 Block 236th Street Southwest: Police determined there was probable cause to cite a man for violating a protection order preventing him from contacting his ex-wife.
4000 block 228th Place Southwest: A man said he was the victim of mail theft after noticing all 12 mailboxes in the cul-de-sac were open and mail was stolen from them. He said this had also happened previously on July 13, 2021.
21400 block 48th Avenue West: A woman noticed that her driver and passenger doors were not fully closed. Upon further inspection, she realized that someone had stolen several items overnight, including a purse containing her driver’s license, debit card and credit card. Headphones and sunglasses were also missing. The vehicle was not damaged although the victim noticed a few marks on the rubber lining of the passenger side window.
– Compiled by Nathan Blackwell