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Everett


Homicide
On Oct. 12, a death investigation began near the 11600 block of Highway 99 in the unincorporated area south of Everett.
A witness reported finding an apparently deceased female outside in that area. Detectives from the county sheriff’s office Major Crimes Unit responded to the scene to conduct an investigation.
Identification of the deceased, as well as cause and manner of death, will be determined by the Snohomish County Medical Examiner. The death appears to be suspicious in nature.
Courtney O’Keefe, a sheriff’s office spokeswoman, had no other details available when the Tribune was going to press, but she said the incident is being treated as a homicide.

Robbery, burglary
On Oct. 11, strongarm robbery with a weapon was reported from the 2600 block of Broadway.
On Oct. 9, residential burglary was reported from 3300 Lombard Avenue.
On Oct. 6, burglary from a bank was reported in the 5400 block of Evergreen Way.
On Oct. 7, a forced entry residential burglary was reported from the 4800 block of Vesper Drive.

DUI
On Oct. 10, police arrested a male for DUI in the 15400 block of Heintz Avenue SE.

Reckless burn
On Oct. 12, reckless burning in a public building was reported from the 3100 block of Colby Avenue.
On Oct. 12, a reckless burn was reported from the 3700 block of Smith Avenue.

Assault
On Oct. 6, assault with a weapon at a gas station was reported in the 3000 block of Broadway.

Vehicle theft
On Oct. 9, vehicle theft was reported from the 3600 block of Hoyt Avenue.
On Oct. 7, vehicle theft was reported from the 3400 block of Wetmore Avenue.

Theft
On Oct. 6, theft from a yard was reported from the 3600 block of Oakes Avenue.
On Oct. 10, theft from a yard was reported from the 2300 block of Everett Avenue.
On Oct. 10, theft was reported from a restaurant in the 2900 block of Pacific Avenue.
On Oct. 11, theft was reported from a parking lot or garage in the 2800 block of Hoyt Avenue.
On Oct. 7, theft was reported from the 3000 block of Walnut Street.

Monroe

Collisions
On Oct. 10, a two vehicle non-injury collision occurred in the 18800 block of U.S. 2. Traffic was not blocked.
On Oct. 10, a caller told police a vehicle hit a barricade then took off in an incident reported from the intersection of 134th Drive SE and Old Snohomish-Monroe Road.

Vandalism, grafitti
On Oct. 10, malicious mischief was reported when vandals tore paper towel dispensers from the walls and threw them in bathroom stalls in the 600 block of W. Main Street.
On Oct. 10, grafitti on a garage was reported in the 100 block of S. Ferry Avenue.

Illegal camp, trespass
On Oct. 10, three ordinance violations were reported, two involving an illegal camp. Police found stolen property in an illegal camp located in the 500 block of Sky River Parkway.
Two other ordinance violations included the presence of an illegal camp at the intersection of state Routes 522 and U.S. 2 and overgrown weeds in the 500 block of south Kelsey Street.
On Oct. 10, a male was reported for trespassing in the 100 block of Ferry Street.
On Oct. 11, a male and female were trespassing in the 100 block of South Ferry Street.

Snohomish

Theft
On Oct. 6, theft was reported from a residence in the 800 block of Ford Avenue.

Vehicle theft
On Oct. 6, vehicle theft was reported from the 1600 block of Second Street.

One injured in crash
On Oct. 4, one of two people in a vehicle that ended up in a ditch suffered minor injuries and was transported for care. A vehicle ended up in the ditch off Lowell Snohomish River Road on Friday Oct. 4 in a 2:22 p.m. The call was for a “motor vehicle entrapment” incident, because “they couldn’t get out,” said Fire District 4 Chief Ron Simmons.

Stolen vehicle located
The evening of Oct. 3, Snohomish Police and Sheriff’s Office Deputies located an occupied, stolen vehicle in the parking lot of the 7-Eleven on Second Street.
Police say the suspect was initially uncooperative but deputies were able to take him into custody and book him into Snohomish County Jail.

DUI

On Sept. 22, a DUI was reported from the 300 block of Avenue D.
On Sept. 28, a DUI was reported in the 6900 block of S. Machias Road.

Obstructing law enforcement
On Sept. 22, an individual was arrested for obstructing a law enforcement officer in the 1300 block of Avenue D.

Warrant arrest
On Sept. 23, a warrant was served at the intersection of Avenue D and 10th Street.

Theft from vehicles
On Sept. 23, theft from motor vehicles was reported from the following locations: the 1700 block of Pine Avenue, and the 300 block of 18th Avenue.

Vehicle prowl

On Sept. 19, a vehicle prowl was reported from the 1100 block of First Street.

Burglary
On Sept. 19, second degree burglary with no forced entry was reported at a restaurant in the 800 Block of Avenue D.

Theft
On Sept. 17, theft from a motor vehicle was reported from the 700 block of Baird Avenue.

Vehicle theft
On Sept. 17, theft of a motor vehicle was reported from an auto dealership the 1400 block of Ridge Avenue.

Are you following the “9 p.m. Routine”?
Snohomish police remind you to follow the “9 p.m. routine”: At 9 p.m. or earlier, lock your vehicle, garage and home doors. Remove all valuables from your vehicle. Make sure your porch light is on.
Also, never leave your car running unattended, even for a few minutes. It’s an easy way to have your vehicle stolen.

County

Smoke alarms available
Free smoke alarms are available right now for installation by the American Red Cross. Community members are encouraged to reach out and register households that are in need, those that cannot afford to purchase smoke alarms or for those who are physically unable to install them. Having a smoke alarm in your home can cut the risk of death from a fire in half.
Request smoke alarms and installation at www.GetASmokeAlarm.org


  

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