Lightsand Sirens Lake Stevens Police Beat The police department responded to 298 incidents in the week of December 21, 2008 to December 27, 2008. The following is a brief summary
Theft 2°, 12/21/08, 500 blk of State Route 9
A 23-year-old female reported a theft at Joes Sporting Goods. The female stated that a male just left the store wearing a new pair of $280.00 Danner boots. The male attempted to jump into a truck, until he saw the witnesses, then he ran the opposite direction. The case is pending until further information becomes available.
Assist Other Agency, 12-22-08, 7900 of Grace Lane
Officers assisted Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office with an assault complaint in which a 29-year-old male struck his stepmother in the face. While the deputy was speaking with the victim, the suspect exited the back door and fled. Lake Stevens officers located the suspect and placed him under arrest. He was turned over to Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office for booking into jail.
Hit and Run Collision, 12/22/08, 9300 blk of North Davies Road
An 18-year-old female reported that her car was hit when another driver was pulling out of a parking lot. The unknown driver driving did not stop to exchange information. There were no injuries and only minor damage to the vehicles. A witness was able to get a partial plate. The case is under investigation.
Malicious Mischief 2°, 12/25/08, 2400 blk of 116th Ave NE
Officers were dispatched to a disturbance call. The officers arrived and discovered that the 20-year-old male had smashed up a wall in the residence, as well as, the rear car window with the cast on his arm. The male suspect fled the scene before officers could arrive. Officers made contact with the male by telephone, but he refused to tell the officers where he was or to come back to the residence. Charges were forwarded to the prosecutor’s office for review.
Eluding/Theft 2°/Warrant Services, 12/21/08, 300 blk of 91st Avenue NE
A 34-year-old male was booked for eluding, theft 2° and warrant service. Officers stopped a vehicle that had been associated with a theft at Haggens that occurred a few days prior. The driver was made aware of why he was being stopped. He responded by saying that he let his friend borrow his car but he was not able to produce his friend’s name. 911 dispatch confirmed the driver had a warrant. The driver overheard the dispatcher say he had a warrant and he proceeded to drive off. Officers again contacted the male, took him into custody, and booked him into jail.