The police department responded to 620 incidents in the week of June 06, 2010 through June 12, 2010. The following is a brief summary of some of the more notable contacts:
Assault 2° Domestic Violence (DV), 06/05/2010, 11700 block 20th St. NE A 23-year-old male had Assault 2° DV charges referred to prosecutor’s office, after his 22-year-old girlfriend reported that he had assaulted her. Officers met the female at Safeway where she stated that the couple had a disagreement that became physical. Aid was called to check the female out and a search was performed for the suspect which was unsuccessful. Charges were referred to Snohomish County Prosecutor.
Malicious Mischief, 06/06/10, 9900 block of South Lake Stevens Rd. Officers were dispatched to a complaint about several juvenile males throwing rocks at vehicles. Upon contacting the males it was determined that they pretended to throw the rock and when the officer inquired about where the males were coming from they stated “that they were coming from a local school where they were lighting off CO2 cartridges”. The school was notified and no damage was observed and the juveniles were released to their parents. The school will be following up with the families.
Theft 2°/Vehicle Prowl, 06/07/2010, 7400 block of 18th St. SE A 42-year-old male reported that an unknown person entered his vehicle without permission and took several items totaling over $2,500 in value. An officer responded and a statement was taken and the case was forwarded to the detective for investigation pending further information.
Fraud/Counterfeit Money, 6/08/2010, 2600 block 131 Dr. SE. A 61-year-old male came into the Lake Stevens Police Department to report that he received counterfeit money at a recent sale he had at his home. The male stated that an out of town female gave it to him, but was unable to provide any additional information about the female. The case was forwarded to the detective for investigation pending further information.
Reckless Boating, 6/12/2010, on Lake Stevens A 50-year-old male was arrested for Operation of a Vessel in a Reckless Manner. An officer made contact with the male after he observed the boat repeatedly pass a dock within 15 feet. He stated that he wanted to get the people on the dock wet. The vessel was not marked or properly equipped. The male was cited and the vessel was docked.
SUMMER REMINDER Lake Stevens Police Department wants to remind you now that summer is approaching, of a few ways to keep your family and property safe and how to avoid being a victim of theft. Do not leave valuables in your car. Close the windows and lock the doors of your vehicle. Also remember to close your garage door when leaving your home.