Mountlake Terrace police blotter: May 13-17

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police-mlt-logo-2May 13
A vehicle crashed onto a residential property in the 6900 block of 226th Place Southwest. The reporting party said the vehicle may have hit their house and was now stuck on a stump and trying to leave. Officers responded and noticed the driver had watery eyes. He said he was driving down the hill and his brakes failed, causing him to crash. Officers asked how much he had to drink and he said he had two shots. He failed several sobriety tests and then provided a voluntary breath sample, which registered 0.139 BAC. He was taken to the Lynnwood Jail for DUI.

A domestic dispute was reported in the 21300 block of 41st Avenue West. Broken vases were seen in the house. One person was booked into the Lynnwood Jail.

May 15
An assault with a weapon was reported in the 5800 block of 236th Street Southwest. A woman said her ex-boyfriend shot her mother. Officers contacted her and she was breathing fast and shallow, was crying and visibly distraught. She said she received messages via Snapchat from her ex-boyfriend that he knew where she was. He called her and said he was going to hurt her or someone close to her. Then she said she heard the sound of a gun cocking. She went home and saw his car at her residence. He was seen yelling at her mother. He then said he “popped” her mother. Officers contacted four people inside the residence. One was the woman’s mother, who had not been shot. The other three also had not been shot. The ex-boyfriend was gone by the time officers arrived. He was later located at Veterans Park. A gun was found in his vehicle. He was booked into the Snohomish County Jail for felony harassment.

A physical domestic dispute was reported in the 4100 block of 236th Street Southwest.

May 16
A vehicle stolen out of Everett was located in the 21800 block of 66th Avenue West.

A vehicle theft was reported in the 6300 block of St. Albion Way.

A nuisance report was made in the 23000 block of 52nd Avenue West. A woman said her son’s friend was there and refusing to leave. The woman said at one point, he threw a couch cushion at her. A younger girl then said he had hit her mother at one point, but the mother said that was a different incident.

A domestic dispute was reported in the 4700 block of 212th Street Southwest.

May 17
A man was pulled over because both of his driver’s side tires were flat and he had damage to the driver’s side of his vehicle. The driver said he had hit a c-curbing and that he should not be driving at night. The officer checked the area for damage and none was found. The car was deemed unroadworthy so it was towed to the man’s residence and he was given a ride home.

A threats complaint was made in the 23300 block of Cedar Way.

A trespasser was reported sleeping outside a building located in the 7000 block of 220th Street Southwest.

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