The police department responded to 693 incidents in the week of January 16, 2011 through January 22, 2011. The following is a brief summary of some of the more notable contacts:
Robbery 2, 01/16/2011, 100 blk 91st Avenue Se
A report was forwarded to the felony prosecutor for filing criminal charges against an 18-year-old male for robbery. Officers were dispatched to a robbery complaint that just occurred. Upon arrival, officers contacted the victim who reported that a male assaulted him and stole his cell phone. The suspect then fled the scene on foot. Officers obtained suspect information and an area check for the suspect was conducted without success. A couple of days later the suspect turned himself in to the police department. Officers placed the male under arrest and the report was forwarded to the prosecutor for filing criminal charges.
Warrant Service, 01/19/2011, 9900 blk 5th Place Se
A 27-year-old male was booked into Snohomish County Jail on an active arrest warrant for DUI. Officers were dispatched to a suspicious circumstance complaint when a homeowner called 911 to report an unknown male banging on the door and he appeared to be bleeding from the head. Officers arrived a moment later and contacted the male. A computer check of his identification revealed a warrant for his arrest. The male appeared to be heavily intoxicated and voluntarily submitted to a portable breath test, but refused AID. Officers transported the male to the hospital to verify he was able to be booked into jail. While at the hospital, he became belligerent and combative. The hospital determined he was able to be booked into jail and he was transported without further incident.
Unlawful Display of Weapon/Harassment, 01/21/11, 700 blk Stitch Road
A 49-year-old male was booked into Marysville Jail for brandishing a knife and harassment. Officers were dispatched to a harassment complaint and upon arrival contacted the victim who reported that on two separate occasions an unknown male has contacted him in front of his house waiving a knife around and yelling at him. Each time the male then left the scene in his car. Shortly after officer’s finished contacting the victim, a female called 911 reporting a similar incident. Suspect information was obtained and officers located the suspect. The male was taken into custody and during a search of his car officers found multiple knifes and an explosive device. The explosive device was turned over to Everett Police Department’s bomb squad and the male was transported to jail without further incident.
Criminal Trespass, 01/22/11, 300 blk 96th Drive Se
A 26-year-old male was booked into Marysville Jail for trespassing. A female victim called 911 when she arrived home and discovered a male broke into her house and was sleeping on her couch. Officers found the suspect had entered the house through a window and the victim requested he be removed. The male was placed under arrest and transported to Marysville Jail without further incident.