Driving While Under the Influence/Driving with License Suspended/Warrant Service, 04/04/2010, 15 Place SE, 91 Ave SE. A 19-year-old male was booked into jail for driving while under the influence, driving with a suspended license and an outstanding arrest warrant. While on patrol an officer observed the vehicle in front of him stop in the roadway and put his vehicle into reverse. He backed up 10 feet, turned down a side road and continued driving 10 mph. The officer made contact with the male driver who smelled of intoxicants and had empty alcohol containers on the floor of his vehicle. A check of his identification also revealed that his driver’s license is suspended. The male was transported to jail and booked for DUI, DWLS 3° and on outstanding warrants.
Providing Liquor/Premises to Minors, 04/04/10, 600 block 87th Ave. SE A 23-year-old male was cited for providing liquor/premises to minors. Officers were dispatched to investigate a fight occurring in the street between 2-3 females. The fight was occurring in front of a residence that officers had responded to earlier in the evening for a noise complaint. During the investigation it was found that the 23-year-old male was having a party and was knowingly providing alcohol to minors. A citation was issued and officers stayed until the house was cleared.
Theft, 4/06/2010, 9600 block Market Place. An officer responded to a theft call that occurred in the parking lot of a local store. The victim is a 67-year-old female. The female reported that she had gone into the store to do some shopping and when she came out her dog, a male silky haired Terrier named “Toby” was missing. Toby is described as being beige and silver in color, 13 years old, weighing approximately 15 lbs. He has a collar and ID tag. This case is currently under investigation. If you have any information regarding the whereabouts of “Toby” please immediately contact the Lake Stevens Police Station at (425) 334-9537.
Vehicle Recovery, 4/07/2010, 12500 block 5th Pl. NE. An officer responded to a call regarding a vehicle parked on the sidewalk in front of the reporting party’s home. The male resident said that the vehicle had been parked partially on his driveway and partially on the sidewalk the previous day and had not been moved. A computer check showed that the vehicle had been stolen out of Everett. The registered owner was contacted and made arrangements for picking up the vehicle.