Mountlake Terrace Police Blotter, Sept. 22-29


police-mlt-logo-1-2Sept. 22

4000 block 212th Street Southwest: Police responded to a verbal domestic dispute between a couple at a apartment complex. A woman claimed her boyfriend stole a $500 money order from her, which the boyfriend denied taking. The woman then said her boyfriend hit her in the face, but police could see no evidence of an assault.

Sept. 23

23500 block 56th Avenue West: An auto repair shop reported that a truck had been left in the parking lot overnight. The truck had no license plates and the interior had been stripped except the seats. Police determined that the vehicle had been stolen out of Everett in August.

21700 block 66th Avenue West: A man called police after observing a man dressed in black trying the door handle of his truck parked in a parking lot. The man said the suspect fled after he confronted him, and when the man checked the surrounding area he found several boxes of antiques, including two antique silver flatware sets, in the bushes behind the truck. Police entered the found flatware into evidence for safekeeping.

Sept. 24

5300 block 218th Street Southwest: Police responded to a verbal domestic disturbance where a woman and her husband were arguing about money. The woman said her husband is often verbally aggressive, yelling at her and pointing his finger in her face. Police spoke with the husband, and advised him to stay away for the evening.

4200 block 214th Street Southwest: A man told police he went to his ex-girlfriend’s residence to see his son, but she would not let him inside. The ex-girlfriend said the man came over to borrow a phone, and when she told him she didn’t have a phone to give him, he became upset and began pounding on the door. The man then admitted to police that he came to get a phone and see his son. He agreed to leave, and police advised the woman to call if he returned.

Sept. 25

54th Avenue West and 224th Street Southwest: Police were called to the scene of two vehicles parked next to a fire hydrant, blocking access. While investigating the situation, police spoke with a juvenile associated with one of the vehicles and suspected he was intoxicated. The juvenile insisted he had not been drinking until a bottle of vodka was located on the driver’s seat of the vehicle he was driving. The juvenile was taken into custody and cited for minor in possession of alcohol.

22600 block 73rd Place West: A man reported that his adult son had pushed him against a wall and choked him but police found no evidence of assault. The son told police that his father was drunk and yelling at him and his friends, who were trying to watch a game. He also said his dad told him he was going to call the police and tell him that his son hit him, so he would get arrested. The son was advised to leave for a while until his father sobered up and calmed down.

Sept. 26

23000 block 63rd Avenue West: A woman told police that someone entered the detached locked office in the back of her residence during the day. The only items missing were items of clothing.

Sept. 28

23200 block 56th Avenue West: A police officer conducting a business check at the former Red Onion Burgers location discovered a shattered window on the north side of the building, which is completely empty. No one was found inside.

Sept. 29

6600 block 220th Street Southwest: Police responded to a shoplifting report at Jackson’s mini mart, where a man had grabbed three cans of alcohol and shoved them into the front of his pants, then left the store without paying for them. Another man outside the store grabbed a case of water from an outdoor display and took it without paying for it. The two men, accompanied by a third man, left the scene in a Hyundai Santa Fe. The store clerk got a photo of the vehicle license plate, which he provided to police.

6000 244th Street Southwest: Police were dispatched to the Studio 6 hotel for two dogs whose owner had been arrested. One of the hotel management staff agreed to care for one of the dogs temporarily, and police transported the second dog to PAWS for safekeeping.




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