Mountlake Terrace Police Blotter: Nov. 8-14, 2019

Nov. 8

3500 block 228th Street Southwest: Mountlake Terrace police assisted the Brier Police Department with a domestic disturbance between a man and woman in the QFC parking lot. The two were arguing about cigarettes and no physical assault was reported. The woman was reported to have been intoxicated. The two separated civilly for the evening.

4700 block 212th Street Southwest: A man reported that his vehicle was keyed, leaving long scratches on the side of the car. He told police he suspected it was a neighbor he had recently had issues with. After speaking to the neighbor, police did not suspect her having anything to do with the car being damaged.

48th Avenue West: A man reported his vehicle was prowled overnight and his gun was stolen. The front right window was broken to gain entry. No other items were reported stolen from the vehicle. The stolen gun is a PT-111 Millennium 9mm 3.2 inch barrel handgun.

5000 block 241st Street Southwest: Police arrested a woman for a warrant and other charges after responding to a suspicious vehicle parked in front of a residence. The woman was reported to have a felony warrant for third-degree escaping community custody assault. During the incident, she was reported to have resisted arrest and kicked an officer. Police also found drug paraphernalia in the vehicle she was in. She was also charged with resisting arrest, fourth-degree assault and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Nov. 9

22800 block 60th Avenue West: A man said he was attacked by a knife during a physical altercation with an ex-girlfriend and her new boyfriend while they were traveling. However, police did not find any knife during their investigation. Following the investigation, the male victim in the incident was arrested for a Lynnwood warrant. Police forwarded fourth-degree domestic violence assault and fourth-degree assault charges for the man who reported the incident.

4700 block 242nd Street Southwest: A man was charged with harassment after he was reported to have made threats to his neighbor, threatening to harm the man and his family.

Nov. 10

4000 block 212th Street Southwest: A woman reported that her ex-boyfriend came to her residence and yelled at her outside her front door. She said he was upset that they had broken up.

4500 block 216th Street Southwest: Police responded to a possible burglary after a woman reported coming home to find her front door open and motion sensor light activated. However, police did not find any evidence that anything had been stolen.

22100 block 66th Avenue West: A woman said her ex-boyfriend opened a Costco Citibank Visa card in her name and charged $10,000.

21300 block 52nd Avenue West: A woman reported a vehicle collision after her neighbor hit her vehicle. She said she witnessed the incident.

Nov. 11

6500 block 225th Place Southwest: Police responded to a civil issue between two men after one attempted to return a cell phone he bought from the other. The buyer said he purchased the phone for $800 cash but wanted to return it because he was unable to use his same SIM card in the newly-purchased phone. Police referred the two men to civil court.

23800 block 55th Avenue West: A man reported his work truck was prowled while he was working. The man is a landscaper and while he was working at a property, someone stole three Stihl chainsaws valued at $1,500.

Nov. 12

4400 block 224th Street Southwest: A man was cited for multiple assaults after he reportedly hit his ex-girlfriend and her friend. The woman told police that her ex showed up at her residence she shares with her mother, came into her room while she was with her friend and tore down a string of Christmas lights that were hanging up. During the altercation, she said her ex punched her in the face. The suspect also hit her friend in the face. The man was charged with two counts of fourth-degree assault and one count of third-degree malicious mischief.

6000 block 217th Street Southwest: Police responded to a reported fraud complaint at Studio 6 after a woman attempted to use identification information that did not belong to her. Police confiscated the identification.

Nov. 13

22800 block 44th Avenue West: Police discovered a “very large” pile of mail in the street after following a suspicious vehicle from QFC. The mail appeared to be from Snohomish and North King County locations.

4400 block 222nd Street Southwest: Police responded to a reported hit-and-run collision. A woman said she was sitting in her legally-parked vehicle outside her sister’s residence when a vehicle sideswiped her, damaging the left mirror. No information on the driver was reported.

66th Avenue West/228th Street Southwest: Police responded to a hit-and-run collision at the 66th/228th intersection after a woman said another vehicle hit hers. She told police the vehicle that struck her failed to stop at the sign.

Nov. 14

4300 block 236th Street Southwest: A woman reported her work van was prowled and multiple tools were stolen from it. She reported a variable speed polisher, brad nailer, two circular saws, jigsaw and a cutoff/grinder (all Milwaukee brand).

5500 block 220th Street Southwest: Police responded to a domestic disturbance between a man and his adoptive parents after the man said his adoptive father pulled a gun on him. The parents told police that the man is a meth user and began yelling at his mother when his father came in wearing a holster with a pistol in it. He denied aiming the gun at his son. The man was gone before police arrived, but was later found. Police said there was no cause for a crime.

4300 block 236th Street Southwest: A woman reported a package containing a $40 Gray Leani brand sweater was stolen from her front porch at Taluswood Apartments containing a $40 Gray Leani brand sweater.

–Compiled by Cody Sexton

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