Mountlake Terrace Police Blotter: November 11-19, 2021


November 11th

22200 block 39th Avenue West: Staff at Cedar Way Elementary School reported receiving an email from a parent regarding a suspicious vehicle following their child home. The email indicated that a white man with a long beard “up to his neck”, who drove a blue sedan, had slowed his car to follow their daughter for about 40 to 50 feet as she returned from the city. school on foot. He rolled down the passenger side window of the vehicle and asked the girl where she was going, before leaving later after she didn’t answer his questions. The incident allegedly occurred near the intersection of Southwest 220th Place and West 39th Avenue.

24300 Block 43rd Place Southwest: A hit-and-run collision was reported after a resident discovered his gray Toyota Corolla had been slipped onto its side overnight. Damage to the driver’s side bumper and front wheel arch was estimated at $ 400.

12 november

4600 Block 216th Street Southwest: Malicious mischief was reported after the owner of a silver Ford Windstar van discovered that the driver’s side door handle had been broken overnight. It does not appear that the interior of the vehicle was accessed and nothing was reported missing.

Interurban Trail Block 21900: A woman was arrested on an outstanding warrant.

22000 block 66th Avenue West: Police were dispatched to a property report found after a Crazy Moose Casino employee found a plastic bag containing a trace of powder on the floor. The white crystalline substance appeared to be methamphetamine and was entered into evidence for destruction.

23200 block 58th Avenue West: Fraud was reported after a resident received a letter from a bank regarding an attempt to open a new account using her credentials. She hadn’t asked for the card.

23200 block 58th Avenue West: A man reported a fraud incident in which he received an email purported to be from a McAfee security account, informing him that he had to renew his subscription or pay to cancel it . The man responded to the email and after giving the group two credit card numbers, which he was told not to use, he finally sent them his checking account information. Subject then contacted McAfee by phone and learned that the email was fake because the company would never charge them for canceling a subscription.

23200 block 58th Avenue West: A woman has reported that she has been the victim of fraud. She had received an email that she thought was from a friend asking her for $ 1,000 in Google Play gift cards. The woman then bought 10 of the $ 100 gift cards and sent photos of their credentials to the email account. She called her friend later about the gift cards and the friend said she had not sent the email. Upon closer inspection, the victim realized that the email account that contacted her was slightly different from her friend’s email address.

23200 Block 58th Avenue West: A man said he fell into an SMS scam and someone pretending to be an FBI agent extorted $ 17,100 from him. The victim explained that he had been speaking with a woman online for a few months when he received a series of texts, allegedly from the FBI, stating that he had to send them money so that the woman he was communicating with could leave the state. . He then sent them $ 3,100 through Apple Pay and $ 14,000 in Bitcoin. They told the man to send more money, but he refused after his daughter told him it was a scam.

November 13

4800 block 212th Street Southwest: The owner of Goodies Market reported that someone broke into a fenced area adjacent to the business and stole a jet ski that was stored on a trailer. A padlock on the gate to the fenced area was found cut off. Surveillance video showed that a white pickup truck with a dark awning entered this area around 2:30 a.m. and then pulled away shortly after eastbound on Southwest 212th Street. The owner of the stolen equipment, who was renting storage space in the closed area, said the watercraft and trailer were made by Yamaha. The jet ski is a white SUV model from Yamaha.

21600 Block 60th Avenue West: A man reported that his vehicle had been broken into and several items were stolen. The front passenger side window was smashed and about $ 200 of personal items, like glasses and car phone chargers, were missing.

4200 block 212th Street Southwest: During a traffic stop, a woman was arrested for having a pending warrant.

5400 block 220th Street Southwest: The owner of a Mercedes E 350 said it was stolen. At around the same time, the Mukilteo Police Department reported that his vehicle had just been involved in a hit-and-run collision and that a man was seen running away from the wrecked car, which was then Impoundment.

14 november

21400 Block 52nd Avenue West: Police determined there was probable cause to arrest a man for domestic violence, malicious mischief, and obstructing reporting of domestic violence. The man had punched his girlfriend on the arm, slapped her face, punched holes in the bedroom door, and smashed their shared cell phone which she needed to call the police. The woman then contacted a friend via Facebook to ask him to call 911.

21400 block 52nd Avenue West: The owner of a Toyota Tundra reported that it was stolen from Capri apartments. Around the same time, the Lynnwood Police Department reported that his truck had just been involved in a hit and run collision at the Best Lynnwood Inn located in the 18100 block of Highway 99. The driver then had abandoned the wrecked truck and fled.

24300 block 56th Avenue West: A woman reported that an unknown male subject pushed her to the ground during a disturbance at the Getaway Tavern. A witness described the man as 5ft 10in, in his 50s and with shoulder length gray hair.

November 15

5400 Block 228th Street Southwest: Malicious mischief was reported to Terrace Park Elementary School after staff discovered that a window on the northeast side of the school had been smashed over the weekend. There was a hole of about 2 inches in the outside glass of the double glazed window which could have been damaged by a stone.

23200 block 58th Avenue West: A man called to report that his truck had been broken into overnight. The two windows on the passenger side were broken and a bottle of Michel Germain cologne was missing.

4600 block 220th Street Southwest: A catalytic converter theft was reported overnight, with repair costs estimated at $ 2,500.

5400 block 236th Street Southwest: The owner of a white Honda Accord said the car’s catalytic converter was stolen in the past few days.

Block 22700 Lakeview Drive: A woman reported that her car’s rear license plate was stolen overnight.

4300 block 212th Street Southwest: Police were dispatched to an ongoing theft and trespassing incident at Safeway. Surveillance video showed a woman, who had already been raped from the property last month, filling a reusable grocery bag with items from the store, then leaving without paying for them. The woman had already left the property when the police arrived, but they were able to contact her and arrest her at her home. She was held in Snohomish County Jail for theft, trespassing, resisting arrest and also under a pending warrant.

5200 block 213th Place Southwest: A man and woman each received brochures about domestic violence after having had a verbal argument in which nothing physical had happened.

November 16

Block 6100 Saint Albion Way: The owner of a Nissan Xterra reported that it was broken into overnight at the Lakeside Apartments. The vehicle’s rear window was smashed and a subwoofer was stolen from its tailgate.

4100 block 236th Street Southwest: A catalytic converter theft from a Honda Odyssey was reported overnight at Taluswood apartments. The owner discovered that a small jack had been left under the van.

23200 block 58th Avenue West: A woman called to report that her vehicle’s rear window had been smashed and that a bag of old clothes she was going to donate had been stolen. The bag of clothes was valued at around $ 25.

23500 block 48th Avenue West: Police arrested a woman for violating the restrictions of a protection order.

4300 block 212th Street Southwest: As police spoke to a store manager about an unrelated case, they informed them that there had been an unreported theft on November 10 and handed over surveillance footage of the incident. The video showed a male subject putting two large containers of Tide Pods, along with several packets of Modelo and Corona beer, in a basket which he then pushed out of the store without paying for any of the items.

November 17

22000 Block 66th Avenue West: Auto patrol has been reported at Crazy Moose Casino. Surveillance video showed a fleet of gray sedans next to the victim’s Lexus RX, and soon after, a white man wearing an orange beanie got out of the vehicle and smashed the Lexus’ passenger-side rear window. He then took some objects there before getting back into his vehicle and leaving. The victim said his gray handbag, which was on the floor under the passenger seat, was stolen. The purse is said to contain his driver’s license, a Samsung cell phone and five credit cards.

4300 Block 246th Street Southwest: A resident of Taluswood Apartments reported that her mail containing a replacement credit card was stolen from community mailboxes at the resort. One of the rear doors to access the cluster style mailboxes had been damaged and several of the individual mailboxes had damage around their locks. The damage was estimated at $ 2,000.

Block 23200, 58th Avenue West: A minor said he was recently assaulted near the Ringers Pub and Grill in Block 22800, 44th Avenue West by three other young subjects who got out of a white van and began to hit him in the face, back and head. They also allegedly stole the snacks he had recently purchased from QFC after these items fell to the ground in the attack. Pub staff broke up the fight and returned the victim to her home.

November 18

5400 block 244th Street Southwest: Police were dispatched on a report of two gunfire near the Jo Al apartment complex. Surveillance footage showed a blue Honda Civic, which appeared to be engaged in a conflict with a man who had it was continuing on foot, driving west on 244th Street Southwest – and a gunshot can later be heard while in block 5500. Shortly after, the same vehicle can be seen driving past twice. the apartment complex, then walk through its parking lot both times as if looking for someone. The Civic was last seen leaving the parking lot shortly before 1 a.m. and heading west again on southwest 244th Street. Police located two 9mm cartridge cases in the 5500 block of 244th Street Southwest. No one in the area reported any injuries, and no damage to vehicles or property was noted.

November 19

5500 block 220th Street Southwest: During a traffic stop, a woman was arrested on a warrant for violating a no-contact order.

– Compiled by Nathan Blackwell


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