The police department responded to 571 incidents in the week of January 22, 2012 through January 28, 2012. The following is a brief summary of some of the more notable contacts:
Vehicle Prowls, 01/23/12, 8700 block of 1st Street SE
Officers made contact with two 14-year-old juvenile males who were acting suspicious. The juveniles fled on foot when they saw the officers, but they were quickly located. The males had three backpacks, and one of the males admitted that they had prowled approximately 20-30 vehicles. They were released to their parents, and charges will be forwarded to the Juvenile Prosecutor.
Vehicle Pursuit/Warrant Service, 01/24/12, 9600 block of Market Place
A 21-year-old male was arrested for Attempting to Elude. After a short vehicle pursuit, the male fled from his vehicle. During the foot pursuit, the male made advances towards the officer which resulted in him being tased. It was learned that the male had over $25,000 in warrants. The male was treated by aid and booked into the Snohomish County Jail.
Hit and Run Collision, 01/26/12, 3000 block Lake Drive
An unknown vehicle collided with a parked vehicle sometime between 01-17-12 and 01-26-12 causing minor fender damage. After investigating the collision, it was learned that no one observed the collision. The case is closed until further information is obtained.
Assault 4° Domestic Violence (DV), 01/27/12. 9700 block of 12th Pl SE
A 50-year-old female was arrested for Assault 4° DV. There was a heated verbal altercation with her 32-year old son and his 28-year-old girlfriend. The argument turned physical after the female pushed and slapped the male. The female appeared to be under the influence and was transported to the hospital so she could be cleared for booking into Marysville Jail.
Possession of Marijuana and Paraphernalia, 01/27/12, 9700 block 4th Street SE
A 21-year-old male was arrested for Possession of Marijuana and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. An officer made contact with the male for a traffic infraction. Upon approaching the vehicle, the officer could smell marijuana emanating out of the vehicle. The officer inquired about the smell, and the driver denied the use or possession of any drugs. The male was placed under arrest, and, with the drivers consent, the vehicle was searched. The search revealed marijuana and several items of paraphernalia. The male was issued a citation and released from the scene without further incident.