MLT Police Blotter, week of June 4-10

MLT PD ChargerThe Mountlake Terrace Police Department blotter report for June 4-10: officers wrote 69 traffic infractions, gave 66 verbal warnings, responded to two traffic collisions and made 18 arrests, one for a DUI. The department responded to two residential burglaries and one commercial burglary, 10 reports of thefts from vehicles, one vehicle theft and an additional attempted vehicle theft.

Significant incidents:

June 5

Between 12:20 and 1:25 a.m., Mountlake Terrace police responded to the area between the 5500 block of 220th Street SW to the intersection of 237th Street SW and 56th Avenue West in regards to a strong-arm robbery, an attempted robbery and a vehicle prowl possibly committed by the same subjects. All three crimes took place within the 35-minute time frame and were associated with two males between the ages of 18- and 20-years-old in a small white van. An extensive check of the area was conducted, but the subjects were not located. Police department detectives are reviewing video surveillance footage obtained from a Mountlake Terrace apartment complex that may help identify the suspects.

A little before 6:40 p.m., the parents of Aaron Rey Ybarra contacted the police department concerned about his whereabouts and safety. The parents explained that they had just been contacted by the Seattle Times concerning their truck being at the location of a shooting at Seattle Pacific University. The parents did not know the whereabouts of their son and that he had not showed up to work. Officers later learned from Seattle Police Department detectives that Ybarra was the suspect in custody for the shooting. Seattle police later contacted the parents, obtained a search warrant, and searched the Ybarra home in the 4300 block of 238th Place SW in Mountlake Terrace.

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