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On Aug. 7, a burglary was reported on the 800 block of Laurel Drive.
On Aug. 12, a burglary was reported in the 6400 block of Evergreen Way.
On Aug. 7, a possession of drug paraphernalia was reported in the 2400 block of Colby Avenue.
On Aug. 8, a possession of a controlled substance without a prescription was reported in the vicinity of Wall Street and Rockefeller Avenue and a possession of drug paraphernalia was reported in the 2600 block of Colby Avenue.
On Aug. 9, a possession of drug paraphernalia was reported in the 2400 block of Lombard Avenue and in the 3800 block of Smith Avenue.
On Aug. 10, a possession of drug paraphernalia was reported in the 2400 block of Lombard Avenue.
On Aug. 12, a possession of a contained substance with-
out a prescription was
reported in the 3100 block of Wetmore Avenue and in the 3800 block of S. 3rd Avenue.
On Aug. 7, a theft was reported in the 2500 block of Pacific Avenue and in the 5700 block of Highway
On Aug. 9, a theft was reported in the 700 block of 75th Street and in the 8500 block of Evergreen Way.
On Aug. 10, a theft was reported in the 1100 block of Olympic Boulevard.
On Aug. 7, motor vehicle thefts were reported in the 3200 block of Nassau Street and in the 3500 block of Pigeon Creek Drive.
On Aug. 8, a motor vehicle theft was reported in the 1400 block of Merrill Creek Parkway.
On Aug. 12, a theft of a motor vehicle was reported in the 1300 block of Hewitt Avenue.
Sheriff’s Office seeking witnesses to attempted car jackings
The Sheriff’s Office is seeking witnesses by a suspect who attempted to “car jack” several occupied vehicles driving down Fourth Avenue W on July 25.
The suspect, a 17 year-old male, had been interrupted spray painting a wall near a mobile home park on 124th Street SW, just west of Fifth Avenue W, by a deputy around 10:30 p.m. The suspect fled on foot from the area, running northbound. Another deputy saw the suspect run out onto Fourth Avenue W and proceeded to pursue the suspect on foot. The male, running southbound in the traffic on Fourth Avenue W, stepped in front of a passenger car, waving his arms around. When the driver stopped the car, the suspect ran up to the driver’s door and started pulling on the door handle in what appeared to be an attempt to gain entry. The driver accelerated away. The suspect stopped at least two other cars in the same manner, pulling on the driver-side door handle trying to gain access. All three cars left the scene.
The suspect was taken into custody around 11 p.m. and booked in the Denny Juvenile Justice Center for malicious mischief, resisting arrest and second degree robbery.
Anyone who may have been driving along Fourth Avenue W between 10:30 and 11 p.m. July 25 who witnessed the attempted car-jackings, or was one of the vehicles the suspect approached, is asked to please contact the Sheriff’s Office Anonymous Tipline at 425-388-3845.
Man caught with drugs
On Aug. 7, a man was arrested for driving with a suspended license in the W. Main Street exit of state Route 522 and his vehicle
was impounded after a Narcotics K9 alert.
The search warrant was served, according to Monroe Police spokeswoman Debbie Willis, and turned up 0.2 grams of heroin, 0.1 grams of methamphetamine and paraphernalia such as foils, spoon and meth pipes. A Monroe officer with new narcotics K9 “Sam” caught the scent of the drugs in the car. Additional charges are pending, Willis said.
On Aug. 4, an assault was reported in the 15400 block of 170th Avenue SE.
On Aug. 6, an assault was reported in the 16700 block of 177th Avenue SE.
On Aug. 9, an assault was reported in the 19600 block of 141st Place SE.
On Aug. 10, a theft was reported in the 19600 block of U.S. 2 resulting in the arrest of one male for shoplifting.
On Aug. 10, a vehicle theft was reported in the 16500 block of Currie Road SE in which an Acura Integra was taken from the parking lot.
On July 31, a woman’s wallet was stolen from the locker room of the aquatic center in the 500 block of Maple Avenue and the cards were used to subsequently drain the victim’s checking account at her bank. Police have identified two of the
three suspects in the theft.
Man killed by felled tree identified
Investigators determined the death of 61-year-old Timothy Howard of Snohomish was not suspicious and the Snohomish County Medical Examiner has ruled Howard’s death an accident.
According to Sheriff’s Office investigators, the July 26 accident occurred while Howard was felling the tree with a chainsaw.
“Howard’s wife was out of town the day of the incident, returning home sometime after 9 p.m.,” Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman Shari Ireton said. “When she became concerned that she couldn’t locate (her husband) at their residence, she called 911 to report him missing and started searching the couple’s extensive property for him. She located him a short time later where a tree had fallen on him” and called 911 again.
“Howard’s wife would like to express her gratitude to those who responded to this incident from the Lake Roesiger Volunteer Fire Department (Snohomish County Fire District 16) for their ‘incredible kindness and consideration,’” Ireton said.
On Aug. 7, a burglary was reported in the 700 block of Second Street.
On Aug. 8, a vehicle theft was reported in the intersection of Cedar Avenue and First Street.
On Aug. 3, a robbery was reported in the 8800 block of First Street SE.
On July 31, a vehicle theft was reported in the 9300 block of 15th Street SE.
DUI patrol emphasis
Law enforcement in Snohomish County and across the state will be
out from Aug. 18 through Labor Day canvassing the roads for impaired drivers.
Last year, impaired drivers were involved in crashes that resulted in 277 deaths and
371 serious injuries, the Washington Traffic Safety Commission reported.
Man dies jumping into Stillaguamish River
On Aug. 5, Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office responded to a report of a suspected drowning in the Stillaguamish River after a man jumped from a pedestrian bridge into the water and did not surface.
The incident occurred near the 1100 block of North West Avenue in Arlington.
According to Lt. Monte Beaton, around 7:49 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 5, the sheriff’s office received 911 reports of a male seen jumping from the Centennial Trail pedestrian bridge into the river below and did not come to surface. A “No Swimming” sign is in the area. Witnesses told police approximately 15 people then entered the river in search of him.
Shortly after, the Dive Team was called off. The man had been found and pulled from the river and was later pronounced dead at Cascade Valley Hospital in Arlington.
The victim’s identity will
be determined by the county Medical Examiner.
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