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i " December 141 2005 - Mukilteo Beacon - 15 Dec. 5 Sometime during the early hours, an unknown person broke into a vehicle through the passenger side window (11100 block of Chennault Beach Road) and stole the contents of a briefcase. No other information was provided. A 1993 Honda Civic was stolen from the 5300 block of Harbour Pointe Blvd. The car was listed on a national database. There were no suspects. An officer pulled over a white Honda for speeding on the 5000 block of Harbour Blvd. However, before the officer discovered the vehicle was stolen out of Kirkland, the driver sped away at a high rate of speed, nearly striking the officer. The vehicle was later located at 3rd and Church, unoc- cupied. Officers searched the area but did not locate the suspect. Dec. 6 Officers responded to a local pharmacy located on the 1020 block of SR 525 to investigate a robbery. The suspect was described as a tall, white male wearing a ski hat and a blue bandana. He was last seen by employees, fleeing the pharmacy carrying several bottles of prescrip- tion drugs. Lynnwood K-9 responded and assisted with a brief track, but the suspect was not located. A weapon was not mentioned in the police report. Video surveillance was obtained from the store. The case is under investiga- tion. DeC. 7 ~: 1992 Dodge Caravan was stolen from the parking lot on the 12300 block of Harbour Pointe Blvd. The owner of the vehicle believes the theft occurred sometime between midnight and 7 a.m. A woman reported to police that she was violently shaken by her boyfriend after the couple had broken up. Two witnesses at the scene had to pull the couple apart. The woman had visible injuries to her arms. Officers located the boyfriend and arrested him for assault-domestic violence. ~/NER, FROM PAGE 7 As for the Knights, they continue play today on the road at Edmonds-Woodway beginning at 7:30 p.m. The Edmonds-Woodway Warriors dropped to 0-2 in league and 0-3 overall after losing 53-40 to Meadowdale on Saturday. "They have two dangerous players in Jessica Takara and Lindsey Bordeaux," Ander- son said. "Both are seniors. "Takara is a strong 3-point threat and she is a smart player. Bordeaux is a strong and athletic post player. "Woodway is a young team with a lot of energy." The keys to a Kamiak vic- tory, according to Ander- son, are aggressive play and strong defense. "If they play a zone against us, we need to attack the zone as well as run the ball whenever we can," Ander- son said. The 10900 block of 47th Ave. West was shut off by police because of an ammonia exposure at a local business. Apparently 10-12 employees had been exposed to the ammonia, and the fire department conducted contamination on site, and a Hazmat team was called in. No further informa- tion was provided. Dec. 8 A woman reported that there were several men attempting to serve her with papers at her residence on the 9800 block of Mariner View Drive. The men started pounding on the woman's car. However, upon officers' arrival, the situation had quieted down and there was no damage to the woman's vehicle. A process server was serving papers, so there was no criminal act. Dec. 9 The owner of a home/construction site reported to police that an Asian man was hanging around the site, carrying a clipboard. The suspicious man told the owner of the property that he was an inspector with the City of Mukilteo. However, the landowner found out that there is no such man fitting the description working for the city. Of- ricers searched the area, but the man claiming to be a city employee had fled the scene. Dec. 10 Agray Honda Civic was reported stolen from the 5500 block of Harbour Pointe Blvd. at around rnidr)ight. The : vet',iclewas a missing vehicle database. Thank goodness/ A man reported to police that one of his vehicles was stolen in Seattle, along with his house keys. He asked Mukilteo police to check his home and confirm that his two Porsches were still in the driveway. Officers checked the residence and everything appeared to be in order. While on patrol, an officer heard a female screaming near 1st and Park. Contact was made with a man and his girlfriend. The two were arguing about relationship problems. The argument did not become physical. Dec. 1 1 Officers responded to a disturbance at a residence on the 1500 block of Lumley Ave. The resident, who appeared to be very intoxicated, was struck on the head by a family friend who had gone into a panic/anxiety attack. It did not appear that there had been an intentional assault. The resi- dent was taken to the hospital and the family friend was voluntarily admitted for a mental health evaluation. M - F 6 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. Sat 8 - 2:30, Closed Sundays Se~inq.- i o Organic Espresso Coffee Iced ndnks ANNUAL TOYS FOR TOTS Belgian Waffles Breakfast & Deli AND FOOD DRIVE STARTS Sandwiches Home Made Breads NOVEMBER 171"H. Cinnamon Rolls Cooldes & Slips 137'110 W. Mukilteo Bird 353-6792 L -- ~ss ~ $ou~w DFu An employee at a local hotel on the 700 block of Front Skeet reported to police that there was loud music com- ing from a restaurant, by way of an outdoor speaker. An officer spoke with the manager of the restaurant and the music was turned off. A jogger called police after hearing breaking glass around the 11600 block of Harbour Pointe Blvd. After hearing the glass break, the jogger witnessed two male subjects speeding off in a black Jeep. OfficersJocated the broken window at an espresso stand. There was no further description of the Jeep or the suspects. Four patrol cars responded to the 5400 block of Harbour Pointe Blvd. after an officer noticed a screen to a window was taken off from a nearby home. It also looked as if the window was broken as well. However, the homeowner advised police that there was no probtern. Nhi Pham, D.D.S. UW Graduate 4901 - 81st PI. SW Mukilteo 425-347-4141 www.mukilteodental.com Teeth Whitening or Sonicare Toothbrush Adult New Patient Exam, Necessat7 X-Rays And Diagnosed Adult Cleaning Must be prese~ at ! st v~t lone per househo~l ~ Cannot be combined wl~ outer offe~ I porate Events ] I I J I