Driving Under the Influence, 01/31/10, 127 Ave Ne/SR 9 A 28-year-old male was arrested for Driving Under the Influence (DUI). The male was contacted after the officer observed the male’s vehicle traveling 35mph in a 55 mph zone. A voluntary field sobriety test was performed and the 28-year-old male was placed under arrest and taken to the Lake Stevens Police Department for further processing. The male was cited and released to a sober driver and charges were forwarded to the City Prosecutor.
Stolen Vehicle Recovery, 02/01/10, 1800 blk of 92nd Drive SE An officer performed a computer check that confirmed that the vehicle he located was a stolen from Everett that was taken the night before. The registered owner was contacted. He retrieved the vehicle and the scene was cleared.
Assault 2° Domestic Violence (DV), 02/01/10, 12700 block of 16th St NE Charges were referred on a 37-year-old male for Assault 2° (DV). Officers were dispatched to a physical domestic complaint. Upon arrival they learned that a verbal argument had turned physical when the 37-year-old male began strangling his 41-year-old girlfriend of 6 months. An area broadcast was released to try to locate the male aggressor who fled the scene prior to the police arriving. After several attempts to locate the male without success charges were referred to the Snohomish County Felony Prosecutor.
Vehicle/Bicycle Collision, 02/02/10, 91st Ave SE/7th St SE Officers responded to a collision that involved a vehicle and a bicyclist. Upon arriving on scene it was discovered that the bicyclist was traveling in the wrong direction and attempted to cross without a crosswalk. The driver of the vehicle stated that they stopped at the stop sign and when he proceeded to go that they collided with the bicyclist, he felt that it happened due to their lack of visibility. The bicyclist confirmed the story and also stated that she had a lack of visibility. The bicyclist was treated for injuries and both parties were released from the scene without incident.
Bomb Complaint, 02/06/10, 4th St SE/99th Ave Ne Officers responded to a possible bomb complaint after a witness called 911 because they believed that an object that was on the street was a possible pipe bomb. Officers arrived on scene and confirmed that the object was suspicious and called the Washington State Patrol Bomb Squad to assist. The Bomb Squad was able to detonate the object that was determined to be a “sparkler Bomb” without incident. Statements were taken from witnesses and the case was forwarded to the detective unit for further investigation.