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On April 8, a robbery was reported at a convenience store in the 6200 block of Broadway.
On April 12, a burglary was reported at a residence in the 1500 block of Hewitt Avenue. There was no forced entry.
On April 10, a burglary occurred at a construction site in the 4700 block of Colby Avenue. This is close to where the new YMCA is being built.
On April 8, a burglary was reported at a residence in the 2300 block of Hoyt Avenue. There was no forced entry.
On April 8, a DUI involving liquor was reported in the 4900 block of Evergreen Way.
On April 11, a DUI involving liquor was reported in the 7500 block of Beverly Boulevard.
On April 12, a forgery was reported in the 2300 block of Rockefeller Avenue.
On April 8, a pick-pocket incident was reported in the 1700 block of California Street.
Motor vehicle theft
On April 11, vehicles were reported stolen in the 1900 block of Chestnut Street, in the 2000 block of Tower Street (EvCC) and in the 200 block of Elm Street.
On April 12, a vehicle was reported stolen in the 1200 block of Merrill Creek Parkway.
On April 13, a vehicle was reported stolen in the 1300 block of Maple Street.
On April 10, vehicles were stolen in the 3200 block of Norton Avenue and in the 100 block of W. Casino Road.
Theft from a yard
On April 8, a theft from a yard was reported in the 400 block of 31st Street.
House fire claims one
An 82-year-old woman was found dead from a fire on April 7 at her house in the 4700 block of W. View Drive. The Snohomish County Medical Examiner’s Office has determined her death was an accident caused by the fire
Three arrested in
The Sheriff’s Office on April 8 announced that a 17-year-old Spokane female and a 20-year-old Tacoma man formerly from Spokane have been arrested for first-degree aggravated murder with a firearm and criminal conspiracy to commit first-degree murder.
They were involved in the fatal shooting of 24 year-old Alisha Canales-McGuire at an apartment on York Road south of Paine Field in 2017.
Detectives believe the two suspects were paid to commit murder by the victim’s ex-brother-in-law, 31-year-old Kevin Lewis. He is currently serving 39 months in prison from assault charged on his ex-wife, who is Canales-McGuire’s sister.
Canales-McGuire lived at her sister’s apartment. It’s believed the hit was on her sister.
Lewis had charges for solicitation to commit first degree murder, first-degree aggravated murder with a firearm and criminal conspiracy to commit first-degree murder added.
Black bear tranquilized
On April 10, a black bear was sighted near the area of Sawyer Street NE and 171st Avenue SE. Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife tracked the bear, contained it and it was tranquilized for transport. Monroe Police assisted.
On April 8, a vehicle was broken into and later there were attempts to fraudulently use the credit cards from the theft. The report was made in the 13700 block of Roosevelt Road SE.
On April 10, a male and female were trespassed from a location in the 300 block of N. Lewis Street.
On April 10, three males and a female were trespassed from a property in the 100 block of E. Main Street.
On April 10, the police department’s community outreach team offered resources to a male in the 500 block of Simons Road. The team also assisted a male to get to the County Jail Diversion Center that day.
On April 10, an unoccupied tent was found in the 18300 block of Cascade View Drive SE.
On April 10, a report of multiple license plates and possible stolen property was made in the 15000 block of N. Kelsey Street.
On April 10, a burglary was reported in the 15600 block of OK Mill Road. It was a forced entry burglary on a residence.
On April 9, a burglary was reported at a home in the 900 block of Cleveland Avenue. There was no forced entry.
On April 10, police visited a house that had squatters in it. It was later learned that the house had only been vacant for less than a day. The new owners had not taken possession of the house yet.
On April 11, a warrant arrest occurred at the corner of First Street and Avenue C.
On April 9, a warrant arrest occurred in the 5700 block of 124th Street SE.
On April 8, a warrant arrest occurred in the 6400 block of S. Machias Road.
Burglar cut hole into
wall of tobacco shop
In February, Snohomish units were dispatched to an alarm at the A+ Tobacco shop on Avenue D, the Police Department said on social media on April 8. The suspect had forced entry into the adjacent business and accessed the shop by cutting through the drywall. Attempts to locate the suspect in the area were unsuccessful. The suspect, a 27-year-old Snohomish man, was later found already to be in custody for an unrelated case.
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.