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On June 9, the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office responded to an assault with a weapon call in the 12600 block of 8th Ave W. in south Everett. Witnesses reported a collision involving two
vehicles and then heard approximately 4 gun shots. Several subjects were seen running from the scene in different directions before the police arrived. An adult male was contacted in the 12600 block of 4th Ave W. several minutes later with what appeared to be a non-life threatening gunshot wound. He was transported to the hospital and is not cooperating with the investigation. Deputies are continuing to search the area with a police K-9, but do not believe there is a threat to the community.
The Sheriff’s Office Major Crimes Unit is investigating.
On June 5, a burglary occurred to a residence in
the 100 block of SE Everett Mall Way.
On June 4, a bomb threat was reported in a government building at the Snohomish County Campus, 3000 Rockefeller Ave.
On June 5, a drug paraphernalia issue was reported at a school in the 7600 block of Beverly Lane. Additionally that day, drug paraphernalia issues were reported in the 3700 block of Smith Avenue and in the
2900 block of Rockefeller Avenue.
On June 4, a drug paraphernalia issue was reported in the 2800 block of Colby Avenue.
On June 3, a purse snatching was reported in the 6200 block of Evergreen Way.
On June 4, shoplifts were reported in the 8500 block of Evergreen Way and in the 3000 block of Hoyt Avenue.
On June 3, a firearm was reported stolen in the 9000 block of Tenth Place W.
Motor vehicle theft
On June 4, motor vehicle thefts were reported in the 1500 block of Broadway and in the 2300 block of Lombard Avenue.
Woman killed at work identified
The Snohomish County Medical Examiner identified the woman shot at her workplace in Everett by her estranged husband right before Memorial Day weekend.
Rebecca “Becky” Phebus, 57, died from multiple gunshot wounds, the medical examiner reported.
The man was charged with first-degree murder, unlawful possession of a firearm, and for violating a no-contact restraining order by the woman, from county jail records. His bail is a little over $1 million.
The shooting occurred around 8 a.m. on May 24. Afterward, the husband, 59, drove off and police later located and surrounded him in his car in north Everett behind the north Broadway Safeway. In the traffic stop, police say he fired at them and officers fired back, according to the Snohomish County Multi-Agency Response Team (SMART), which is investigating how police responded because of the use of force.
The man was hit by “a less-than-lethal round” in the incident, according to a SMART Team release.
A handgun was found on the front passenger seat of the suspect’s vehicle, the SMART Team wrote.
The woman worked at a plastics manufacturing facility off of 80th Street SW, a small road off of Hardeson Road.
Assault with a weapon
On June 5, a man was wounded in the face in a weaponized assault reported in the 16700 block of 177th Avenue SE, which is the general location of the prison. An investigation is ongoing.
On June 6, a lost dog found in the old Albertson’s parking lot at U.S. 2 and Old Owen Road was reunited with its owner at the police station.
On June 6, it was logged that a Monroe Police K-9 team assisted with a robbery and warrant arrest issue in the 31300 block of state Route 530 in the Arlington-Darrington area.
On June 6, an intoxicated man walking in the middle of a lane was stopped in the 19000 block of Lenton Place SE. He was booked for disorderly conduct and drug paraphernalia.
On June 5, two laptops were reported stolen in the 14400 block of Fryelands Boulevard.
On June 5, fraudulent checks worth about $2,800 were cashed in the 400 block of Railroad Avenue.
On May 29, an arson was reported at a residence in the 16200 block of 166th Drive SE. A residence under construction received minor burns.
Assault with an axe
On June 6, Snohomish Police responded to the report of an assault with an axe near
the 800 block of Avenue D. The juvenile suspect was located, arrested without incident and booked into the Denney Youth Center, the department said on social media. A Monroe Police
K-9 assist was sent to the situation.
Police want help finding these shoplifters
Police put out word they are searching for a man and woman who allegedly shoplifted from Bridges Pets on May 31.
A sheriff’s office bulletin states Jamie Jossy and Jason Smith are associated with the shoplifting. They are tied to the Kirkland area.
Smith has a felony escape warrant from the Department of Corrections, according to the bulletin.
Smith, 46, stands five-foot-seven and has balding red hair, blue eyes and a medium build. Jossy, 32, stands a head taller at five-foot-eleven, and has brown hair, blue eyes and also has a medium build.
If you can identify either suspect, Snohomish Police
ask you to contact Deputy Robinson at 425-231-9523 or Robert.Robinson@snoco.org
Possession of a stolen vehicle
On June 4, two people were put into custody for being in possession of a stolen, gray
GM SUV in a parking lot the 1400 block of Bickford Avenue.
Attempt to ID
Three suspects are suspected of stealing more than $5,000 worth of product and causing more than $800 worth of damage at the Snohomish T-Mobile store on Avenue D. They were in a 1990s black Mitsubishi Galant sedan, license plate WA BOB1507. Police put out the word in late April. If you can identify any of these individuals or provide any information regarding this incident, contact Snohomish Detective Brett Grieve at
On Saturday, April 22, the driver of a current model white Chevrolet pickup truck trailering a tall, wood-sided trailer did a hit and run in the McDaniel’s Do-It Center parking lot in the 500 block of Second Street. The driver sideswiped a blue Ford SUV.
If you have information, contact Deputy Matt Lease at 425-512-6564 or Matt.Lease@snoco.org.
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.
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