Pipe Bomb, DUI, Casino Fight and Dangerous Dog

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Quite the interesting mix of police reports this week from the Mountlake Terrace Police Department. The Enterprise reports the following incidents:

EXPLOSION. 22000 block 52nd Ave. W, 12:11 a.m. June 19

Someone set off what appeared to be a small pipe bomb that damaged part of a door at an elementary school. A large indentation was visible 6 inches from the bottom of the door. The explosion caused about $500 in damage. No one was injured.

DUI. 5800 block 244th St. SW, 10:49 p.m. Jun 18

Police arrested a 54-year-old Shoreline woman after stopping her Geo Tracker because its headlights weren’t on at night. During questioning, the woman’s breath smelled of alcohol and she was unsteady on her feet. She told police she’d had one drink, then later admitted to having had four beers.

ASSAULT. 22000 block 66th Ave. W., 8:55 p.m. June 18
Police arrested a 71-year-old Lynnwood man after he and a 46-year-old Mill Creek man got into an argument over parking at a casino. The Mill Creek man said he double parked for a few minutes so he could run into the casino and get his mobile phone. When he returned to his car, the Lynnwood man confronted him and they argued. The Lynnwood man then opened the driver’s side door of his car, got in and grabbed a hold of something that the Mill Creek man interpreted as a gun. The Lynnwood man then backed his car aggressively into the other man, who kicked at the car as it drove off.

DANGEROUS DOG. 3:39 p.m. June 17
Police issued a potentially dangerous dog declaration to a Mountlake Terrace man after neighbors said his dog threatened and attacked their family. A woman said she approached the dog’s owner about the animal’s aggressiveness only to be told to leave his property. She said the dog frequently wanders the neighborhood without a leash and on June 7, it broke through her backyard fence and threatened on of her kids.

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