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Editor's note: No police blotter entries were published in the April 1 Tribune.

Everett

Robbery
On March 16, a purse-snatching classified as a second degree robbery was reported from the 1900 block of Broadway.

Vehicle theft
On March 18, vehicle theft was reported in the 2500 block of Wetmore Avenue.
On March 18, a vehicle theft was reported in the 4600 block of Hoyt Avenue.

Burglary
On March 21, a military installation was burglarized in the 1900 block of Perry Avenue.
On March 16, a burglary was reported from a home in the 3000 block of Broadway. It was not a forced-entry burglary.

Theft
On March 21, a theft was reported from the 2900 block of Hewitt Avenue.
On March 16, a theft was reported from a home in the 1400 block of 38th Street.

Monroe


Theft
On March 18, theft was reported from the 19900 block of U.S. 2. Police say a male took a cell phone from a vehicle and when confronted, struck the female victim and ran from the scene. Officers found the suspect and transported him to jail for booking on theft, vehicle prowl and assault charges.
On March 18, in the 18800 block of U.S. 2, an officer attempted to contact a male who was pushing a full cart of unpackaged groceries, but the suspect fled on foot. Police caught up with him and he was charged with theft with intent to re-sell, obstruction and resisting arrest. Groceries were returned to the store.
On March 19, a purse was stolen from an unattended shopping cart in the 18800 block of U.S. 2.

DUI
On March 19, a driver was arrested in the 19300 block of Tjerne Place SE for suspended license and drug paraphernalia in plain view.

Drugs
On March 19, a male and female were arrested for drug paraphernalia in the 14900 block of North Kelsey Street.

Graffiti
On March 17, a city park property was damaged by graffiti in a malicious mischief incident reported in the 14900 block of Fryelands Boulevard SE.
On March 19, a city park was damaged by graffiti in the 500 block of South Lewis Street.
On March 18, graffiti was found on a basketball court in the 16400 block of Tester Road.
On March 17, a building was damaged by graffiti in the 200 block block of Academy Way.

Illegal camping
On March 17, an illegal encampment was contacted in the 14700 block of Chain Lake Road and notices to vacate were given to tent occupants.

Trespass
On March 17, a male was trespassed from a property in the 500 block of South Lewis Street.

Vehicle impound
On March 18, an abandoned vehicle was impounded from the 100 block of Charles Street.

Loose dog
On March 19, a loose dog complaint came in from the 19700 block of 146th Street SE.

Snohomish


Stolen gun recovered

On March 15, Snohomish detectives, acting on an anonymous tip, recovered a stolen firearm. An investigation is in process.
The gun was stolen from a residence just outside the city of Snohomish. Based on the initial information, deputies had reason to believe there was involvement from local high school students.
Police quickly determined that some local teens had posed with the stolen gun on social media. The schools were notified and multiple students were interviewed about the gun, but everyone interviewed denied any knowledge of the gun. All were strongly encouraged to make a report if they knew where the gun could be located. Police found the gun through an anonymous tip.
At this time no charges have been filed, but an investigation is ongoing. The Snohomish Police Department wrote on Facebook that they are thankful that the gun was recovered without anybody being hurt.

Theft arrest

On March 12, Snohomish police posted on their Facebook page that a man was arrested in connection with a theft from Dollar Tree, 825 Ave. D. The suspect allegedly loaded up two bags full of merchandise and fled the location on foot. He was contacted by police near Fourth Street and Pine Avenue, and after a short foot pursuit was eventually taken into custody. Charges are being referred to the Prosecutor’s Office.

Burglary
On March 10, Snohomish Police and County Deputies responded to 9525 Airport Way for the report of a possible burglary after a male was seen in the property with a pry bar.
The suspect was soon located under the Avenue D bridge.
It was determined if any burglary had actually been attempted, but he was in violation of his probation by being under the influence, police said. The suspect, a 48-year-old Snohomish man, was booked into the Snohomish County Jail.

Arrest for felony warrant

On March 5, a detective encountered a male and female, which the man had a felony warrant, near the intersection of Bickford Avenue and Weaver Way, the Snohomish Police Department reported to its social media page.
They ran, but were caught. The department said that both people, who are in their early 20s and familiar with law enforcement, were offered services to help get off of the street and they declined, which is something they’ve declined before. The male was taken to Snohomish County Jail where he was booked for his outstanding felony warrant.

Hit and run
On March 3, a hit and run was reported in the 1200 block of 13th Street.

Driving while license suspended
On March 4, a driver was stopped for driving with a suspended license on 88th Street.

Officer of the Year honor
Snohomish deputy Jason Sandt recently won Officer of the Year honors from the Snohomish Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No. 921.

Burglary at Snohomish High

On Feb. 24, police located a suspect in a burglary a few days earlier at Snohomish High School. A 25-year-old male was booked into Snohomish County Jail after being identified by the school resource officer as a former trespasser at SHS. The suspect was not located at the scene but video surveillance passed onto Snohomish Police used that evidence to identify the suspect. Police had responded to that burglary call at the high school on Feb. 21.

 

  

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