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I June 2006 - Mukilteo Beacon - 15 6/12 Day Shift A woman reported she was involved in a verbal argument with her husband at their residence over the weekend. During the argument, her husband reached into a drawer, pulled out a handgun, and checked it for ammunition before putting it back. No threat was made. The caller requested extra patrols at her place of employment in case her husband came by to cause problems. Officers responded to the corner of 88th Street SW and SR 525 for wires down across the entire roadway. It was determined to be phone lines. Traffic was diverted until the obstruction was cleared. 6/12 Night Shift The owner of a house on the 2200 block of SR 525 returned home at needy 1 a.m. to find the outer panes of three large double pane glass doors shattered. There was no evidence of what had shattered the glass, and no entry was made into the residence. The loss was estimated at $14,000. 6/13 Day Shift You won't get clean like that Police received a report that some- time during the night, someone forced open the door to a shed on church property and took a pressure washer. There are no suspects. An officer was en route to the 4300 block of Chennault Beach Road after receiving a report of an erratically driven semi-truck. When the officer arrived in the area, the semi-truck had struck a sign and become high centered in a parking lot. The truck was also partially blocking the roadway and had to be moved by tow truck. 6/13 Night Shift Officers responded to a report of a daughter and father fighting. It was determined that the girt had punched her father in the face during an argu- ment. The daughter was arrested and booked for Assault 4/DV. Officers checked the 8100 block of 44th Ave. W for noise from a neighbor "building something." Officers could not locate any construction or noise. 6/14 Day Shift In the darkness of night, hoodlums slunk onto the 10900 block of 59th Ave. West and took the wheels from a woman's vehicle. The lights outside her house had been disabled, and the suspect(s) broke the passenger side window, found the lug nut key, took the wheels, and left the vehicle on blocks taken from a neighbor's landscaping. She said the vehicle's alarm had been set but did not trip. An officer was called for a report of sexual abuse of a disabled employee by a non-disabled employee. This was a third party report through the manager. The victim was not at the location, and the case is still under investigation. 6/14 Night Shift An officer was dispatched to the 1100 block of 2nd Street for a report of a subject in the bushes taking pictures. The subject was taking pictures of a work project. 6/15 Day Shift Officers arrived at the 6000 block of 88th St. SW for a report of a burglary in progress to find a woman inside the house: Taken into custody, the woman turned out to be confused, and had simply walked into the wrong house. She was taken to the hospital for evaluation. 6/15 Night Shift Aw, Morn A caller reported that her 13- year-old son was being harassed by another juvenile at a local establish- ment. The officer spoke with the mother of the second juvenile, and she agreed to discuss the matter with her son and avoid future contact with the 13-year-old. Officers were dispatched to the 700 block of Front Street for a report of several subjects possibly fighting in front of a house. It was determined that a male was upset about a subject who had been throwing rocks at his vehicle. There was no assault and no damage. 6/16 Day Shift 911 dispatch reported a hang-up call on the 12300 block of Harbour Point Boulevard with no answer on call back. Officers arrive and determined that the residents were having an argument. Fortunately, the officers were able to resolve the dispute by determin- ing that one of the residents had two misdemeanor warrants out of King County. After confirming the warrants, the man was arrested and booked without incident. Officers arrived at the 12300 block of SR 525 for a report of a cold bur- glary at a storage facility. Locks were cut off several units and the spaces rummaged through. Employees re- ported that the crime occurred at 4:45 a.m. as the suspects had damaged the cameras at that time prior to breaking into the units. The officers determined that entry was made at the southwest comer, as the fence was found cut in that area. The officer was unable to contact the tenants of the storage units to deter- mine what was missing because they all live out of town. Mukilteo PD was called in for help with containment following an armed robbery of ~e pharmacy at Safeway. A K-9 track was done with negative results. The suspect was described as a white male, baseball cap, wearing a black hooded sweatshirt and tan pants. He reportedly displayed a small silver handgun. 6/16 Night shift Her ability to love has been irreparably damaged Officers arrived at the 10500 block of Harbour Point Boulevard after receiving a third party report that a young female might be injured there. Officers found a group of juvenile females consoling one who had just broken up with her boyfriend. There ~ENDA/~. PAGE 14 FyOM chang@sci-us.com. Grab the Reins of Life with HOPE! It is time again to =take the lead and lend a hand" with the HOPE Therapeutic Horseback Riding Program. If you have always loved horses and like to work with people, HOPE needs you! They are actively seeking volunteers to help with students, horses, and organiza- tional tasks. No experience is necessary; they will provide hands-on training. You can be a hero for an hour's commitment each week. Summer lessons take place in Langley on Tuesdays, beginning June 20. All you need is a desire and willingness to have fun!! Visit their website at www. hope-whidbey.org. For more in- formation, call 221-7656, or email hope@whidbey.com. Answers to Crossword Puzzle were no injuries or other problems. A 30-something daughter pushed her mother and then threatened her with a screwdnver. Police took her to. the hospital for medical clearance prior to booking her for Assault 4/DV. And stay away from virgins Officers received a report regard- ing juveniles talking about sacrificing a goat to conjure up demons. An officer contacted six 15-year-olds who were looking for something to do. They had seen the pentagram that had been graffitied on the basketball court earlier and were talking about that. The juveniles were identified and advised not to be causing problems in the neighborhood. 6/17 Day Shift A resident on the 10900 block of 59th Ave. W reported that someone had left a tire iron on his front porch. Someone had also unscrewed the front porch light bulb. The caller did not want to make a report but did request extra patrols in the area. 6/17 Night Shift A report was received regarding a gold Ford Focus off the road with its air bags deployed. Police found the driver and sole occupant on the sidewalk on the northwest comer of SR-525 and Russell Road. She said that she had been traveling Northbound and lost control as she tried to turn left onto Russell. The impact of the fight front tire on the curbing in the center of SR 525 pushed the wheel and tire back and up into the fight front fender. The driver was uninjured and cited for speeding too fast for conditions. 6/18 Night Shift A voice mail arrived from an ex-friend to the complainant threaten- ing to beat her up. The complainant wanted the ex-friend to stop calling. An officer called and told the ex-fl'iend to stop the calls, while the complain- , ant was advised to call for help if the threats continued or if the ex-friend showed up at her residence. After receiving a report of an unknown problem regarding a taxi, police found that the driver had driven two men to the 12300 block of Harbour Point Boulevard. They went into the apartment and never returned to pay the fare. Officers assisted the driver with getting his fare paid. Where can you find Mukilteo on the Internet? Go to ShopMukilteo.com I Your Local Community Web Site Sponsored by the Mukilteo Beacon