Mountlake Terrace Police Blotter

MLT police shieldThe following are selected incidents from the Mountlake Terrace Police Blotter.

Sept. 1
4300 block of 219th St. SW. Theft. A man reported that his vehicle was stolen out of his driveway sometime overnight. The vehicle was unlocked and a spare key was in the center console.

Sept. 2
21300 block of 44th Ave. W. Found property. A man told police that two young boys entered a business and handed him two debit cards that they said they found in some bushes.

21600 block of 54th Ave. W. Sex offense. A woman reported that her neighbor had exposed himself to her on three different occasions. Police contacted the suspect and he said he did not intentionally expose himself to his neighbor. The suspect added that he may have unintentionally exposed himself due to the length of his shorts. He added that sometimes he wears underwear and sometimes he does not.

Sept. 3
23100 block of 56th Ave. W. Theft. A man reportedly took two beers and left on foot. Police located the suspect and a female accomplice.

21700 block of 66th Ave. W. Trespassing. A man refused to leave the inside of a store. The suspect was escorted out of the store and issued a criminal trespass notice.

6900 block of 220th St. SW. Found property. A bicycle was found in the bushes. Police ran the bicycle serial number but no owner was located.

22000 block of 56th Ave. W. Theft. A gold chain and ring were reported stolen from a car. The passenger side window was broken out.

22200 block of 56th Ave W. Found property. Two bicycles and two helmets were found. One is a 14-inch girls purple bike with training wheels and the other is a 16-inch blue Huffy.

Sept. 4
6400 218th St. SW. Malicious mischief. Someone chipped and scratched a vehicle that was parked in the front of a business.

  1. I would like to see a report for 8/29. It’s not included in this police blotter or the blotter from the previous week: There was quite a bit of police activity a block from my house the evening of 8/29 and I would like to know what to look out for in my neighborhood. Is it possible for someone to get in touch with me or publish a breakdown from that day as well? Thank you!

    1. Unfortunately we were not able to find any information on the Aug. 29 incident. Please let us know if you see significant police activity and note the date and location.

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