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If you experience a large crime and you're willing to tell us everything on-the-record, we're happy to consider finding out more. Contact us at editor.tribune@snoho.com or call 360-568-4121. We're interested to hear about crime trends you've noticed as well.

 

Everett

Drugs
On Aug. 13, a drug paraphernalia possession was reported in the 7000 block of Evergreen Way.
On Aug. 14, a drug paraphernalia possession was reported in the 6800 block of Evergreen Way.
On Aug. 14, a drug paraphernalia possession was reported in the 2000 block of Broadway.

Theft
On Aug. 13, a motor vehicle theft was reported in the 2000 block of Virginia Avenue. 
On Aug. 13, theft from a motor vehicle was reported in the 2600 block of Lombard. 
On Aug. 14, a motor vehicle theft was reported in the 7500 block of Juniper Drive.
On Aug. 14, a theft was reported in the 2300 block of Wetmore Avenue. 

Burglary
On Aug. 15, a burglary was reported in the 2100 block of Rockefeller Avenue.

Cats dismembered
On Aug. 9, Everett Police say someone is believed to be mutilating cats in the Everett area. In June, Everett Animal Services (EAS) received complaints of dead cats in north Everett. At first it was believed the deaths were the result of other animals until an examination by a veterinarian suggested the cat’s limbs were removed intentionally. Four of the five mutilation discoveries have occurred on Rockefeller Avenue, while the fifth occurred on Federal Avenue. If you have experienced a similar situation with your pet in the last six months, call the Everett Police TIP LINE at 425-257-8450.

Monroe

U.S. 2 fatality collision
On Aug. 18, a fatality collision around 5:30 p.m. Sunday blocked U.S. 2 at Roosevelt Road where a motorcycle and a car collided. The road was closed between the Snohomish 88th exit and Fryelands Boulevard.
The deceased rider was 62-year-old Terry Johnson of Monroe. The motorcycle crossed the centerline and struck a Kia traveling eastbound on U.S. 2 head on.
A 68 year old male from Everett was driving the Kia. Both the driver and his 70-year-old female passenger, also from Everett, were injured and transported to Providence Medical Center.

Burglary
On Aug. 14, a storage area in the 200 block of East Main Street was accessed and property was stolen.

Theft
On Aug. 13, lumber was stolen from a construction site in the 13400 block of 204th Drive SE.
On Aug. 13, contents of a wallet were reported stolen in an incident that occurred in the 13700 block of Roosevelt Road SE.
On Aug. 13, a theft was reported in the 19100 block of North Kelsey Street.
On Aug. 15, a vehicle was entered in the 19900 block of state Route 2. A jacket and checkbook were stolen.

Snohomish

Drugs
On Aug. 13, a drug paraphernalia possession was reported in the 1200 block of Second Street.

DUI
On Aug. 14, a driver was pulled over for a DUI on the corner of First Street and Avenue D.  The driver’s previously been stopped for driving under the influence.

Vandalism 
On Aug. 13, malicious mischief was reported in the 200 block of Maple Avenue.

Warrants
On Aug. 7, Snohomish Police were dispatched to a suspicious subject who was hiding under a truck in the 300 block of 3rd Street. The suspect had a $10,000 warrant out for his arrest. He was arrested and booked into the Snohomish County Jail.

Car crash
On Aug. 9, a motorcycle collided with another car in the 5100 block of 132nd Street. According to witnesses, the motorcyclist was attempting to cross the westbound lanes to turn left into the eastbound lane when he was struck by a passenger vehicle. The driver of the motorcycle was transported to the hospital with life threatening injuries.

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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