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Multi-car collision shuts down westbound Boeing Freeway
On Oct. 21, the westbound Boeing Freeway (Highway
526) was shut down for hours while Everett Police investigated a multi-vehicle and rolled vehicle collision.
A male driver was hurt and sent to a hospital with life threatening injuries.
According to Leland Dart’s MyEverettNews, the primary vehicle that caused the crash was a Honda whose driver lost control on the ramp from southbound Seaway Boulevard to westbound 526.
The Honda did not make the corner, went into the dirt, then rolled across the freeway, MyEverettNews reported, that caused a chain reaction among other vehicles traveling westbound on the highway.
Police crash scene investigators were on the scene for hours and there was no immediate indication if drugs or alcohol were a factor in the crash.
On Oct. 19, a fire in a commercial building was reported by scanner watchers in the 8500 block of 5th Avenue West. The unconfirmed report was the fire was from food on a stove.
Arrest made in shooting near Everett High
On Oct. 14, Everett Police detectives with the Major Crimes Unit arrested a female suspect for her involvement that police
say was “in conjunction with the Sept. 28 shooting that locked down Everett High School.”
The shooting occurred in the 2300 block of Colby Avenue which is within one block of Everett High School. Officers who responded to the reported incident found a gunshot wounded man at the scene and launched a full investigation.
The victim, a 49-year-old Everett man,
was transported to Providence Regional Medical Center where he was treated for a non-life threatening injury. Initial reports concluded that the female suspect shot the male and fled the area. Police located a backpack left hidden near the scene they believe belonged to the female.
Last week, on Oct. 14, police located the 18-year-old
woman, arrested her and booked her into the Snohomish County Jail on an assault charge. No further details were available at press time.
On Oct. 16, a burglary was reported in the 19000 block of Lenton Place SE in which cigarettes were taken.
On Oct. 20, an assault was reported in the 100 block of Dickinson Street.
On Oct. 20, a car vs. pedestrian collision was reported in the 14200 block of 167th Avenue SE with injuries.
On Oct. 20, a harassment was reported in the 19000 block of 137th Street SE.
On Oct. 20, a warrant arrest was made in the 1400 block of W. Main Street and in the intersection of S. Lewis Street and W. McDougall Street.
On Oct. 20, a incident of graffiti or malicious mischief was reported in the 14800 block of 179th Street SE.
On Oct. 20, police recovered a stolen vehicle in the intersection of Ben Howard Road and Cedar Ponds Road.
Assault at Monroe High School
On Oct. 13, Monroe Police officers were called to
Monroe High School for an assault reported between students.
Shortly before 8:25 a.m. that morning, police were called after a 15-year-old male student stabbed a 14-year-old male student with either a pen or pencil in the high school commons area. A third student, a 14-year-old male, took the suspect to the ground, but was stabbed as well by the 15-year-old. A fourth student, a 15-year-old female, ran to the group on the ground and began kicking them until adults from the kitchen area broke up the fight.
The two male victims were treated by school medical staff for minor injuries; one remained at school for the day and the other was released to his parents. The female student was interviewed by police and released to her parents.
Police arrested the 15-year-old male suspect and transported him to the Denney Youth Center, where he was booked on Assault 2 charges. A mechanical pencil was found in his front pants pockets, and a large knife was found in his backpack.
The Police Department is continuing its investigation and no further details were available at press time.
Police Department station to be closed for remodel
The Snohomish police station, located at 230 Maple Ave., will be closed through November. The closure began Oct. 10.
Police will still be actively working and patrolling the
city and responding to calls.
According to a sign posted on the station doors, new concealed pistol licenses will not be processed at the facility. People can call 360-568-0888 for police business matters; 911 for emergencies and 425-407-3999 for non-emergencies.
The city awarded Accord Contractors the contract for the station remodel. The station hasn’t been worked on since the 1980s and was formerly a bank before the city purchased the building and converted it to a police station.
On Oct. 14, a burglary was reported in the 10100 block of 115th Avenue SE.
On Oct. 10, an assault was reported in the 9900 block of Airport Way.
On Oct. 14, an assault was reported in the 12100 block of 57th Place SE.
On Oct. 10, an arrest was made for a DUI on Three Lakes Road. The block is not specified.
On Oct. 14, an arrest was made for a DUI in the 13500 block of 92nd Street SE.
On Oct. 3, an arrest was made on Sexton Road for a DUI.
On Oct. 2, an arrest for DUI was made near the corner of Second Street and Avenue B.
On Oct. 4, a theft was reported in the 8700 block of Marsh Road.
On Oct. 9, a theft was reported in the 9000 block of Marsh Road.
On Oct. 7, an instance of vandalism was reported in the 700 block of Avenue A.
On Oct. 9, a fire was reported in the 800 block of Pine Avenue. Fire crews knocked down the fire quickly.
The Snohomish Police Department does not currently have a blotter available for local crime. For more information on this, see this story. (Link opens in new window.)
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