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On May 30, theft of $750 or less was reported from a convenience store in the 2600 block of Colby Avenue.
On May 27, theft from a vehicle was reported from the 2800 block of Colby Avenue.
On May 27, theft from a vehicle was reported from the 2800 block of Grand Avenue.
On May 29, theft with the use of an access device was reported from the 3000 block of Colby Avenue.
On May 28, a theft of a motor vehicle was reported from a residence in the 2700 block of Baker Avenue.
On May 28, aggravated assault with a weapon was reported from a residence in the 1600 block of Baker Avenue.
On May 28, aggravated assault was reported from a medical building in the 1300 block of Colby Avenue.
On May 27, a narcotics investigation began in the 19100 block of N. Kelsey Street.
On May 26, Lewis Street Park was damaged by graffiti.
On May 26, a backpack found in the 13700 block of 179th Avenue SE was turned into police.
On May 27, a male was shot with a paintball gun by an unknown male in the 19000 block of U.S. 2.
On May 27, an abandoned vehicle was towed and impounded in the 200 block of E. Fremont Street.
On May 25, a male was stopped for driving with no headlights on in the 17400 block of U.S. 2. Police found that the man was driving on a suspended license and was violating an ignition interlock requirement.
On May 20, a driver fled from police after an attempted traffic stop. Sheriff’s office deputies and Monroe Police pursued the driver; a spike strip was deployed and the driver was arrested at Old Owen Road and Reiner Road. Police found a shotgun and narcotics during their investigation.
Stole from the tip jar
On May 15, an unknown male stole from a tip jar at a location in the 17600 block of W. Main Street and fled before police arrived.
On May 12, a man was arrested for violating a Stay Out Of Drug Area (SODA) order and for possessing drug paraphernalia in the 19400 block of U.S. 2. A SODA order is when a judge orders a person to keep
away from any areas designated by local police as popular in illegal drug activity.
On May 24, a robbery occurred at Pilchuck Park in the 100 block of Cypress Avenue.
On May 26, a burglary was reported at a residence in the 200 block of Avenue A.
On May 19, a forced-entry burglary was reported at a residence in the 500 block of Maple Avenue.
On May 29, a criminal trespassing arrest occurred in the 9900 block of Airport Way, which is approximately where the former Sea-Sno Mill is.
On May 27, an assault investigation happened in the 5900 block of Storm Lake Road.
On May 19, police logged an incident report of an ignition interlock device not being correct. The police made the contact near the intersection of Maple and Pine avenues.
Two detained for drugs
On May 13, police went to the 3800 block of Sinclair Avenue on the report of two people slumped over inside a vehicle. A deputy who arrived saw a passenger had apparent drug paraphernalia.
One passenger had a short pellet gun that initially was perceived as a firearm. A photo showed it had been modified to have no orange tip.
Both occupants were detained without incident. The vehicle was taken for a search warrant and the Snohomish Police Department said on social media that “charges for the drug offenses will likely be forwarded pending the search warrant.”
On May 13, a theft from
a building in the 8500 block of Marsh Road was reported.
On May 13, a theft from a residence was reported in the 12900 block of 77th
Avenue SE, which is a road connected to E. Lowell-Larimer Road.
On May 12, a theft was reported from a residence in the 9400 block of 52nd Street SE.
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.