Mountlake Terrace Police Blotter: Oct. 24-Nov. 1, 2019

Oct. 24

21900 block 64th Avenue West: A man reported that his vehicle was prowled at Fweedom Cannabis while it was parked on the north side of the building. The vehicle’s front passenger window was shattered to gain entry to the vehicle. He reported his Kimber Ultra Carry II .45 Caliber firearm and five magazines — loaded with seven bullets each — were stolen. The building’s video surveillance recorded the incident.

Oct. 25

5900 block 232nd Street Southwest: A man called the Mountlake Terrace Police Station to report that someone made an unauthorized $206 charge with his BECU debit card. The charge was made at a Walmart in Austin, Texas.

5900 block 232nd Street Southwest: A woman reported fraudulent activity after she was contacted by someone claiming to be from the Social Security office. According to the caller, she was told to pay $2,500 or risk losing money from her Social Security account. The woman said she was told to purchase $2,500 in Target gift cards and send the caller the gift card numbers.

Oct. 26

21200 block 52nd Street Southwest: Police responded to a disturbance after a man and woman were reported to have been pushing each other. When police arrived, the woman had already left the scene. The man was intoxicated.

21900 block 66th Avenue West: Two men were trespassed from O’Houlies Pub after they were reportedly threatening people and harassing women. A woman said one of the men grabbed her backside. The men were asked to leave after they threatened to assault the bartender.

4000 block 212th Street Southwest: A woman reported her bicycle was stolen overnight while it was stored on the landing of her apartment complex. The bicycle is described as a purple Rallye Timber Bay mountain bike with a gray child’s seat.

22200 block 58th Avenue West: A man was arrested for second-degree attempted burglary and third-degree malicious mischief after police responded to a burglary at Saint Pius X Catholic Church. When police arrived, the man told them he was a priest who lived at the church.

Oct. 27

6000 block 244th Street Southwest: A man was trespassed from Studio 6 after he was reportedly causing a disturbance. The man was intoxicated and acted belligerently after motel staff asked him to leave.

4000 block 212th Street Southwest: A woman said her estranged husband was harassing her through text messages. The two were in the middle of a divorce. She said they were not threatening messages, but she did not want to talk to him about her personal life. She said she did not get a no-contact order because they have a child and it would complicate things.

23600 block 56th Avenue West: A man was arrested for a DUI after police responded to a two-vehicle collision near 56th Avenue Market. The man admitted to drinking and showed signs of being under the influence of alcohol. During the incident, he also resisted arrest.

4300 block 212th Street Southwest: A man was arrested for an active DUI warrant after he was identified while sitting in a parked vehicle. The man reportedly resisted arrest during the incident, causing police to deploy tasers twice. While searching the man, police reported finding a small bag of methamphetamine weighing under 2 grams. A female passenger was in the vehicle at the time of the incident but did not speak to police.

Oct. 28

4400 block 212th Street Southwest: Police responded to a vehicle collision after a man reportedly struck a bike lane sign, then left. The man said he was distracted while trying to grab something in his vehicle. The man said he left the scene after the incident because he was in the middle of moving and was busy.

56th Avenue West/236th Street Southwest: Police responded to a two-vehicle collision after a man said he was rear ended while stopped at a red light. The female driver was reported to have left the scene before police arrived, and a female passenger was still on the scene. Police had the suspect driver’s contact information. No injuries were reported.

23200 block 58th Avenue West: A woman said that her ex-boyfriend was harassing her over the phone. According to the woman, her ex-boyfriend had been abusive and she had previously had a no-contact order placed against him.

6300 block 215th Street Southwest: A storage container on a construction site was broken into using a blow torch, which damaged the lock. Nothing was reported stolen. However, the suspect(s) used the blow torch to make large holes in the container.

Oct. 29

22000 block 66th Avenue West: A woman said her vehicle was prowled while it was parked at Crazy Moose Casino on Oct. 27. She reported that the vehicle was locked, but not secured, due to a broken window. The woman said that her purse was stolen as well as her daughter’s backpack, which contained a Chromebook issued by the Edmonds School District.

Oct. 30

5900 block 232nd Street Southwest: A woman came into the Mountlake Terrace Police Department to report fraudulent activity involving her personal information. According to the woman, she was contacted by a collection agency about a Sprint account with a $8,099 balance. The account was in her name but she did not open it.

4900 block 234th Street Southwest: A woman reported fraudulent activity to her bank account after she noticed an unauthorized check in the amount of $133.48 had been cashed. The check was reported to have been deposited in Los Angeles.

5000 block 217th Street Southwest: A woman said that her vehicle was prowled while it was parked near her residence. She reported that her wallet was stolen from her vehicle, which she said was locked at the time of the incident. Her wallet contained personal information including her Social Security card and health insurance information. Credit and bank cards were also in the wallet, but no fraudulent charges have been reported.

21400 block 48th Avenue West: Police responded to a domestic disturbance incident after a woman said that her boyfriend was acting verbally abusive. She said he has never physically abused her, but that she wanted police to remove him from her residence.

4200 block 236th Street Southwest: A man reported that his sister’s boyfriend had slashed the tires of his vehicle. Thevictim also said he believed the boyfriend was on drugs because he was acting erratically and throwing trash around the yard.

21900 block Avenue West: A man reported that his vehicle was prowled overnight while it was parked at his residence. When he came out in the early morning, he found the inside of his vehicle was disheveled and its contents were scattered. He also reported that his wallet was stolen.

23300 block 54th Avenue West: A locked vehicle was stolen while it was parked on the street in front of the owners’ residence. The owners’ other vehicle was reported to have been prowled that same night, but nothing was stolen.

Oct. 31

21600 block 52nd Avenue West: Police responded to a verbal domestic dispute. A woman said she was afraid to go home after her ex-boyfriend called her phone yelling at her. According to the woman, she was in Edmonds when her ex-boyfriend called her and began yelling and cussing at her. She said that her 4-year-old son was with her at the time and the child was also afraid.  When police arrived at the woman’s residence, the man was sitting in his car. He said he did not make any threats. The man left while police were still there.

22200 block 36th Avenue West: A man reported that the rear window to his vehicle was smashed out while it was parked in his driveway overnight. He said he does not know who did it and has not had problems with neighbors.

Nov. 1

4600 block 242nd Street Southwest: A woman said the rear window to her car was smashed out while it was parked in her driveway. The woman said that she suspected it was her neighbor because of issues both parties have had in the past. Police are still investigating the incident.

23300 block 55th Avenue West: A man reported that his vehicle was stolen while it was parked in his driveway. The man said he left the car running to let it warm up when it was stolen.

–Compiled by Cody Sexton

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