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Editor's note: There was no blotter in the Feb. 26 Tribune. Police blotter will return next week.
On Feb. 10, a criminal trespassing issue was reported in the 3700 block of Smith Avenue.
Fatal hit and run
On Feb. 9, a collision between two vehicles at the intersection of Madison Street and Evergreen Way resulted in one driver dead. Police believe speed and alcohol were a factor in the crash.
The driver of one vehicle, a Chevy Tahoe SUV, had fled the scene on foot before officers arrived. A tip from the public helped police find the29-year-old man who was arrested on probable cause of vehicular homicide.
The other driver, a man in his 50s, died at the scene. He was driving a Chevy S-10 pickup truck.
Northbound Evergreen Way was closed for about 3 hours for detectives to investigate.
On Feb. 4, a reckless burn was reported from 3600 Smith Avenue.
On Feb. 3, third-degree theft was reported from the 3200 block of Smith Avenue.
On Feb. 3, theft was reported from the 1100 block of Ttereve Drive.
On Feb. 3, third degree theft was reported from the 6300 block of Merrill Creek.
On Feb. 5, an access device was reported stolen from the 1400 block of SE Everett Mall Way.
On Feb. 3, vehicle theft was reported from the 6600 block of Beverly Boulevard.
On Feb. 5, vehicle theft was reported from the 7600 block of Evergreen Way.
Newer crime log information from Everett Police was not available at press time.
On Feb. 13, an abandoned vehicle found in the 200 block of North Blakely Street was impounded.
No insurance, no title
On Feb. 11, a vehicle was stopped in the 300 block of West Main Street for no headlights during darkness. The male driver was arrested for failure to transfer title and operating a vehicle without insurance.
On Feb. 13, an assault was investigated in the 800 block of West Main Street.
On Feb. 13, community outreach officers attended three calls at the 1900 block of Wall Street for the following: assisted a male to drug treatment, assisted a male to the Diversion Center in downtown Everett, and met with a male and female. Also on Feb. 13, the team helped someone to clean and sober housing from the 3200 block of Smith Avenue.
On Feb. 11, a male was trespassed from property in the 17000 block of Tester Road.
On Feb. 10, a male caused a disturbance in the 19000 block of U.S. 2 and was booked into Snohomish County Jail for possession of stolen property. He was also cited for trespassing at the location.
On Feb. 11, a female was arrested for shoplifting in the 19600 block of North Kelsey Street.
On Feb. 11, an unknown male fled from the 19100 block of North Kelsey Street after police received a report of shoplifting.
On Feb. 10, an unknown male fled from the 19100 block of North Kelsey Street after police received a report of shoplifting.
On Feb. 11, a female was transported to the hospital from the 14800 block of 179th Avenue SE for an evaluation.
On Feb. 11, an investigation is ongoing after an aggressive driver was reported from the intersection of Tester Road and West Main Street.
On Feb. 13, a male was booked into Snohomish County Jail on an outstanding warrant from the 13700 block of Roosevelt Road SE.
On Feb. 11, a forced entry burglary occurred in the 200 block of 7th Street.
On Feb. 13, the Snohomish Police Department posted video on its Facebook page of a person of interest in a burglary at the Blazing Onion Restaurant, located in the Snohomish Station shopping complex.
This week the Police Department announced they'd arrested the man, a 41-year-old from Snohomish.
People with information leading police to this individual are asked to contact Detective Brett Grieve at Brett.Grieve@snoco.org or 425-388-6274.
On Feb. 10, Snohomish Police Facebook page posted that a suspect was identified in a Jan. 13 theft from Home Depot. Charges were forwarded to the Prosecutor. Police thanked social media users for sharing the post, which led to movement in the case.
“Slumper” in running vehicle had meth, heroin
On Feb. 2, officers responded to a report of a person slumped behind the wheel of a running car in a grocery store parking lot in the 1300 block of Avenue D. Deputies observed drug paraphernalia in plain sight. A search of the vehicle was conducted and several baggies of methamphetamine and heroin were located inside. The driver was booked for possession of controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and DUI.
On Jan. 20, a forced-entry burglary was reported from the 1400 Bonneville Avenue.
Safe end to dangerous situation
On Feb. 12 in the morning, county deputies responded to an “assault with a weapon” call reported from the city of Sultan. Law enforcement streamed into Sultan
A suspect, armed with a knife, allegedly assaulted a victim and refused to exit the residence. Sultan Police were able to talk the suspect into leaving the home, and the SWAT team took him into custody without incident. Snohomish Police Department Detectives then assisted with the investigation by processing the scene.