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On Oct. 13, deputies responded to a stabbing in the 12400 block of Admiralty Way. Upon arrival deputies located the victim, a 21-year-old male, with multiple stab wounds to his torso, arms and legs. The victim was transported by aid to Providence Regional Medical Center with serious injuries.
The victim attempted to break up a large fight and was stabbed multiple times. This is an active investigation.
On Oct. 4, aggravated assault was reported from the 3300 block of Broadway.
On Oct. 6, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon was reported from the intersection of Main Street and 3rd Avenue.
On Oct. 8, a burglary was reported from a restaurant in the 1100 block of Broadway.
On Oct. 5, a burglary was reported from an industrial site in the 2800 block of Marine View Drive.
On Oct. 6, a burglary was reported from a gas station in the 3600 block of Broadway.
On Oct. 4, a convenience store was robbed in the 2400 block of Broadway.
On Oct. 6, a vehicle was stolen from the 1800 block of Rockefeller Avenue.
On Oct. 9, a vehicle was stolen from the 1900 block of Hewitt Avenue.
On Oct. 9, a vehicle was stolen from the 3300 block of Wetmore Avenue.
On Oct. 7, a vehicle was stolen from the 4900 block of Wilmington Avenue.
Skeletal remains found
On Sept. 26, skeletal human remains were found recently. An individual located the remains in a shallow grave in a wooded area by the 200 block of 130th Street SE (a couple blocks west of McCollum Park) and reported it to the sheriff's office. As of press time, authorities had no further information.
on fatal collision
On Sept. 14, Troopers responded to a fatality-involved collision on southbound Interstate 5 near milepost 195, in the area between Marysville and Everett. The collision involved a black 2003 Honda Odyssey that collided with a guardrail and tractor-trailer. Brenda Cuff, 36, died as a result of the collision.
The Washington State Patrol is seeking any witnesses that may have information, including dashcam video that may show the Honda Odyssey traveling in the area of Interstate 5 between Marysville and Everett in the minutes prior to the collision. If you know about this collision, or have information or video leading up to the collision or know someone who does, you are asked to email or call Trooper Eric Goold at firstname.lastname@example.org or 425-923-5949.
Seeking hit-and-run driver
On Aug. 8, a 46-year-old Everett man was transported from near the 3100 block of 110th Street SE to a hospital, where he later died from his head injuries. The Snohomish County Medical Examiner’s office found the man was struck by a vehicle.
The victim was wearing tan pants and a hoodie at the time of the incident. If anyone saw this individual walking on 110th Street SE late on Friday, Aug. 7 or early on Saturday, Aug. 8, or believes they may have struck this individual while driving, police ask the public to please call 911 or the Sheriff’s Office tip line at 425-388-3845.
On Oct. 16, an assault investigation took place in the 16700 block of 177th Avenue.
On Oct. 15, an assault occurred between two males involving a hammer and pepper spray in the 100 block of Fremont Street.
On Oct. 12, an assault investigation took place in the 18400 block of Killarney Circle.
On Oct. 12, an assault investigation took place in the 16500 block of 177th Avenue.
On Oct. 12, an assault investigation took place in the 16700 block of 177th Avenue.
On Oct. 9, a package was stolen off a porch in the 15300 block of 181st Avenue.
On Oct. 8, a blue 2017 Audi Q3 was reported stolen from the 15000 block of 180th Avenue.
On Oct. 6, a trailer was reported stolen from the 14700 block of 172nd Drive. The crime is under investigation.
On Oct. 7, an assault investigation took place in the 19900 block of 113th Street.
On Oct. 5, an assault investigation took place at the intersection of Lewis Street and Fremont Street.
On Oct. 5, a female was charged with burglary in the 14800 block of 179th Avenue.
Destruction of property
On Sept. 28, an individual threw a chunk of concrete at a business in the 14700 block of Kelsey Street, breaking the outside panel of the door. The suspect ran when an employee came out of the office, officers were unable to locate the suspect, investigation continues.
Damage to locked
On Sept. 29, mailbox locks were broken into in the 13900 block of 191st Street SE, but the suspect was not able to access the mail inside.
On Oct. 9, deputies were dispatched to a robbery that occurred in the 700 block of 2nd Sreet. The suspect had forcibly taken the victim’s phone while asking for directions and attempted to drive away. The victim, in an attempt to get the phone back, grabbed the steering wheel of the suspect’s vehicle causing it to crash. The victim did sustain minor injuries during the incident but Deputies were able to take the suspect into custody at the scene.
Benjamin M. Walker is wanted for numerous property crimes in the city of Snohomish including theft, identity theft, and possession of a stolen vehicle. On Oct. 12, Walker was seen on video driving a stolen vehicle. Photos of the suspect can be seen on the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office Facebook page.
On Oct. 7, a motorcycle was reported stolen from the from the 1000 block of Alice Avenue.
On Oct. 10, Snohomish PD Deputies were dispatched to a robbery that occurred in the 700 block of 2nd St. The suspect had forcibly taken the victim’s phone while asking for directions and attempted to drive away. The victim, in an attempt to get the phone back, grabbed the steering wheel of the suspect’s vehicle causing it to crash. The victim did sustain minor injuries during the incident but Deputies were able to take the suspect into custody at the scene.
On Sept. 28, an individual was reported as wanted by the Snohomish Police Department. The individual was caught on camera stealing merchandise from Bridges Pets at Snohomish Station on Bickford Avenue. The individual was located in Everett and transported to Snohomish County Jail for booking.
On Sept. 22, burglary was reported from an industrial site in the 1800 block of First Street.
On Sept. 18, a bicycle was stolen from the 7-11 on Second Street. Snohomish Police responded and located the suspect within an hour. The suspect, a 26-year-old Snohomish man, admitted to the theft and stated that he had been asked to steal the bike and stash it off of Second Street by an unknown party. The suspect went to jail, however the bike was not located. It may have been hidden somewhere in the area. If you have any information or have seen the bike, police ask that you contact Deputy Jason Sandt at Jason.Sandt@
Clumsy thieves sought
On Sept. 23, two individuals stole merchandise from Fred Meyer on Bickford Avenue. The suspects loaded up a cart and fled the store. In their haste, one of the suspects crashed the cart and spilled the merchandise, which they were forced to leave behind.
They fled in a BMW registered to someone with a Seattle address (the registered owner is not a suspect in this case).
If you have any information, police ask that you contact Deputy Jason Sandt at Jason.Sandt@snoco.org
Pursuit after robbery at Snohomish Station ends with cars damaged
On May 2 around 6 p.m., Snohomish Police initiated a pursuit to halt a vehicle tied to a robbery at a store in the Snohomish Station shopping plaza.
The suspects were in a silver minivan. The van was stopped in the parking lot behind the Post Office after it collided with two parked cars: A SUV was hit in the rear and a Ford Taurus wagon was hit as well.
Two suspects, a male and female from King County, were arrested for robbery and for eluding police. A third female in the van was arrested for outstanding warrants.
Monroe Police were dispatched to assist with its K-9 tracking dog.
Human remains found in Snohomish were Kenna Harris
On Oct. 10, human remains were found in a secluded wooded area during a planned search operation for missing Snohomish woman Kenna Harris. Harris has been missing from the Snohomish area since March of this year. Previous ground searches for Harris did not incorporate the area where the remains were found.
The remains have not yet been positively identified; however, Harris’s immediate family has been informed of the discovery.
The search was conducted by members of the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office Major Crimes Unit and members of the Snohomish County Volunteer Search and Rescue Team.
In a Facebook group dedicated to the search for Harris, her family posted on Saturday, “With very heavy hearts and lots of tears, we share with you all that Kenna’s body has been found. As a family, we take comfort in the fact that Kenna is with God and we know we will be with her again one day. Kenna was the sparkle in our family and our own personal rainbow. We will always miss her.”
On Oct. 18 at approximately 8 p.m., deputies responded to a shooting in the 4300 block of 148th Street SE (Gold Creek Church parking lot). An 18-year-old male suffered gunshot wounds to his arm and his abdomen and was transported by aid to Harborview Medical Center. A second victim, a 17-year-old male, suffered a gunshot wound to his chest and was transported by aid to Providence Regional Medical Center.
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