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Robbery with a gun
On May 17, a robbery with a gun was reported near the intersection of 10th Street and West Casino Road.
On May 22, an assault with a police officer was reported in the 3200 block of Smith Avenue.
On May 21, another assault with a police officer was reported in the 8400 block of Evergreen Way.
On May 18, an arson was reported in the 1100 block of W. Casino Road.
On May 20, a burglary was reported in the 2500 block of Pacific Avenue.
On May 19, a store was burglarized in the 1500 block of E. Marine View Drive.
On May 18, a specialty store was burglarized in the 7900 block of Evergreen Way.
Motor vehicle theft
On May 20, a motor vehicle was stolen in the 5800 block of Highway Place.
On May 19, a motor vehicle was stolen in the 3500 block of Smith Avenue.
On May 17, motor vehicles were reported stolen in the 700 block of E. Marine View Drive and in the 6900 block of Rainier Drive.
Found body not
A man found dead in the bus area at Everett Station on May 19 was not foul play. “The video footage did not show anything suspicious,” Everett Police Department spokesman Officer Kerby Duncan wrote by email.
Back at it
On May 5, the Everett Police Anti-Crime Team (ACT) observed a known felon riding a motorcycle with no plates on it. He has a history of fleeing from officers, driving stolen vehicles, distributing drugs and illegally possessing firearms. There was probable cause to arrest him from a previous case.
A probable cause report filed in court reported that the arrest was in a home driveway in the 1600 block of Walnut Street. The motorcycle’s ignition was severely damaged.
Officers waited for the suspect to park the motorcycle and then took him into custody for the already existing felony probable cause.
When officers searched the suspect, they found over 400 fentanyl pills, methamphetamine and an illegally possessed loaded Sig Sauer handgun, police said.
Police note this was the fifth illegally possessed gun the man has been found with since November 2020.
The man had bailed out of jail in March. Police asked that no bail be offered this time around. The man posted bond and was released from jail on May 7. Jail roster records show the man is not currently in Snohomish County Jail.
Shooter fled scene
On Monday, March 16, a male shot another male in the 1500 block of 164th St SW, Lynnwood, near the ARCO gas station, in midday. The victim and suspect are believed to be known to each other, the sheriff’s office said March 16 at press time. The victim was to be airlifted to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle. The shooter fled and police set up a containment area near McCollum Park. Nearby schools went under brief lockdowns.
Fatal shooting in Everett
On May 3, police responded to a shooting in the 3800 block of Smith Avenue outside of a storage facility. A person was found shot; they did not survive, the Everett Police Department said.
The county medical examiner’s office is not releasing the victim’s name.
Thieves now punching holes in gas tanks
With gas now hovering at $5 a gallon, Everett Police reports that it is seeing an increase in gas theft. Thieves are using power tools to drill a hole in the gas tank and steal fuel, the department said.
“It can be unsafe to drive with a damaged gas tank. Call 911 to report the damage to your vehicle and the theft of gasoline,” the department said.
On Saturday, Nov. 27 around 8:30 p.m., police responded to gunfire they heard near the corner of Rockefeller Avenue and California Street downtown.
An injured male who had been shot, believed to be in his late 40s, was taken to a hospital. He later died there.
At the time, a police K-9 searched the area but did not locate a suspect.
The police department’s Major Crimes detectives continue to work the case.
Police roped off the corner of the former YMCA to investigate.
The immediate area of the scene was locked down, hindering hockey fans trying to leave downtown after the Everett Silvertips game.
On May 16, someone impersonating the PUD utility defrauded a Monroe resident of about $400 by using threats of disconnecting her power. The PUD never calls customers asking for credit card numbers for payment and does not collect payments at customers’ homes. If unsure about something, you can call the PUD at 425-783-1000.
On May 18, a white Ford Econoline van was reported stolen from the 16800 block of 146th Street SE.
On May 19, police responded to a report of someone brandishing a firearm and throwing a rock at somebody else in the 300 block of S. Kelsey Street. Charges were forwarded to the county prosecutor’s office.
On May 18, a two-vehicle collision with minor injuries was reported at Main and Lewis streets.
On May 18, graffiti was found on a park sign and on bathroom walls at Lewis Street Park in the 500 block of S. Lewis Street.
On May 17, a female was found to have a controlled narcotic substance in the 17000 block of Tester Road. Treatment was offered. The narcotics were destroyed.
Inmate vs. inmate
On May 17, an assault between inmates inside the Monroe prison made it into police logs. The incident is under investigation.
On May 13, a blue Honda Civic was reported stolen from the 18400 block of Blueberry Lane SE. The same day, a silver Honda Civic was reported stolen from the 200 block of Dickinson Street.
On May 13, a possible burglar was seen entering a neighbor’s garage in the 19700 block of 137th Street SE.
Catalytic converter theft
On May 13, someone tried to steal a catalytic converter from a Toyota Prius parked in the 15400 block of Esther Avenue SE. Same day, a catalytic converter was stolen from a Ford Econoline van parked in the 300 block of Short Columbia Street.
On May 11, a male physically assaulted a female and also misused her email to send messages from her account.
On May 10, a person in the 1300 block of W. Main Street was financially defrauded by someone claiming to be from Microsoft technical support.
On May 5, Monroe Police blocked 149th Street SE at 179th Avenue SE to arrest a man who was said to have assaulted a neighbor. The man was arrested and booked for assault, harassment, vandalism and for obstructing police. The road closure took at least 15 minutes to get him out of a vehicle.
On May 5, a driver arrested for DUI caused a two-car collision at Hill Street and Madison Street.
Catalytic converter theft
On May 5, the catalytic converter off of a Hyundai Tucson SUV was stolen in the 18400 block of Blueberry Lane.
On April 28, a male stole four bottles of liquor from a store in the 300 block of E. Main Street.
On April 25, a package was stolen from a home’s porch in the 300 block of N. Kelsey Street.
On April 25, vehicle windows were smashed in the 15200 block of Fryelands Boulevard SE. A purse was stolen.
On April 27, a male and female were contacted for illegal camping in the 100 block of Galaxy Way. The male was booked in jail for violating a protection order.
On April 26, a sedan driver collided with a pickup truck near the intersection of Chain Lake road and Brown Road. Both drivers were injured. The sedan driver was arrested for driving while under the influence.
On April 26, a female was cited for DUI in the 17600 block of W. Main Street after failing field sobriety tests.
On April 28, a locking mailbox in the 600 block of W. Columbia Street was found to have been broken into.
On April 28, that morning police took a report of a female punching a male in the face in the 100 block of E. Main Street.
Catalytic converter thefts
On April 21,four vehicles had catalytic converters stolen in the 17300 block of W. Main Street.
Lots of gas
On April 21, someone took 24 gallons of fuel from a van parked in the 14600 block of 179th Avenue SE.
Motor vehicle theft
On April 16, a 2010 Hyundai Elantra was stolen from the 20600 block of Calhoun Road.
Monroe Police ask if you have video footage of how an excavator escaped the area of 133rd Street SE and 194th Avenue SE from your security cameras. The excavator was taken between Dec. 3 and Dec. 7 from a construction site in the Eaglemont subdivisions.
The excavator is still missing as of early March.
Incident resulted in arrest on multiple felony charges
On the morning of May 23, a person was involved in an incident in the 100 block of Willow Avenue.
It was an isolated incident where the people involved knew each other, Police Chief Rob Palmer said to the Tribune. The man fled in a car. There was a police pursuit which was self-terminated by the deputy shortly after as police determined it did not meet the criteria for having a pursuit. The suspect was arrested outside city limits near Snohomish on multiple felony charges. No one was injured during the incident, except for the suspect receiving a minor scrape or scratch, Palmer said.
On May 16, a specialty store in the 2600 block of Bickford Avenue reported being burglary.
On May 9, a storage facility in the 1200 block of Sixth Street reported a burglary.
Motor vehicle theft
On May 17, a motor vehicle theft was reported in the 1400 block of 30th Street.
On May 15, a motor vehicle theft was reported in the 1800 block of Bickford Avenue.
On May 18, a vehicle prowl was reported from a drug store in the 1400 block of Avenue D.
On May 13, a DUI involving liquor was logged in the 00 block of Lincoln Avenue near the edge of town.
On May 10, a burglary was reported at a business in the 10100 block of 115th Avenue SE. Monroe Police K-9s assisted with the burglary.
On May 9, a burglary was reported at a storage facility in the 1200 block of Sixth Street.
On May 8, a burglary was reported in the 100 block of Lincoln Avenue.
Minor with alcohol
On May 11, a police incident of a juvenile with alcohol was logged in the 1300 block of Fifth Street.
On May 11, a criminal trespassing was logged in the 2600 block of Bickford Avenue.
Gun to intimidate
On May 6, police logged that someone displayed a gun in an attempt to intimidate in the 600 block of Avenue D.
Robbery with a gun
On May 4, a robbery with a gun happened at a business in the 8500 block of 52nd Street SE.
Phony license plate led to Harley recovery
On May 5, a deputy ran the plates on a motorcycle parked at a gas station on S. Machias Road and it returned as a Harley Davidson that was reported stolen in 2020, the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office said. The zero on the license plate had been scratched out to appear like a “C.” The 54-year-old man was arrested for possession of a stolen vehicle and was transported and jailed. The registered owner “was over the moon that the motorcycle had been recovered,” the sheriff’s office wrote. “It was stolen in 2020, just before her husband passed away, so getting it back meant so much to her in her husband’s memory.”
Theft from yard
On April 28, a theft was reported from the yard of a residence in the 8700 block of Marsh Road.
Student taken to hospital
On April 29, a student had a self-inflicted stab wound in culinary class at Snohomish High School, 1315 Fifth St. The School Resource Officer at Snohomish High provided first aid and the student was taken to a hospital, sheriff’s office spokeswoman Courtney O’Keefe said.
On April 25, a burglary was reported in the 9600 block of Lowell-Snohomish River Road.
On April 22, a theft was reported in the 1100 block of 13th Street SE.
On April 23, a DUI for liquor was logged near the intersection of Second Street and Ludwig Road.
On April 21, a DUI for liquor was logged at the intersection of Second Street and Avenue C.
On April 12, a burglary was reported at a residence in the 400 block of Lincoln Avenue.
Motor vehicle theft
On April 12, a motor vehicle theft was reported in the 400 block of Ludwig Road.
On April 16, a DUI for alcohol was logged in the 13000 block of 30th Street.
On April 17, a DUI for alcohol was logged in the 8600 block of Marsh Road.
On April 12, a burglary was reported at a construction site in the 2500 block of Bickford Avenue.
On April 8, a home burglary was reported in the 6100 block of 70th Drive SE in the Fobes Hill area. Two days later, a home burglary was reported in the 5600 block of 70th Street SE down the street.
Man rams police
vehicles in incident
On April 12, an incident began from sheriff’s deputies responding to a welfare check in the parking lot of a grocery store located in the 5800 block of 134th Place SE near Seattle Hill Road. Deputies found a man sitting in a parked car, and also determined through a license plate lookup that the vehicle was stolen.
Deputies tried making contact with the man in the vehicle, giving him verbal commands. He began to maneuver the vehicle, ramming multiple police vehicles and a bystander vehicle. At that time, a deputy fired one shot into the vehicle, which missed the man. After the deputy fired his weapon, the man complied, was taken into custody, and was transported to jail.
Incident on First Street
On Saturday, April 9 at approximately 9:28 p.m., a large police presence in the 900 block of First Street, including a K-9 track, was prompted by a man’s action.
Snohomish Police were dispatched to a reported assault that had occurred in front of the Oxford Saloon located at 913 First St. “The victim was standing in front of the business when an unknown male approached in a vehicle,” Snohomish Police Chief Rob Palmer released by email.
“The victim and the suspect, who were unfamiliar to each other, exchanged words and the suspect brandished a firearm. No shots were fired during the confrontation. The suspect left the location in the vehicle, which was located unoccupied by deputies a short distance away,” Palmer wrote.
“A K-9 track was conducted with negative results and the suspect vehicle was impounded, pending a search warrant. There were minor street closures and a large police presence during the K-9 search.”
The investigation was ongoing as of Monday, April 11.
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