The police department responded to 661 incidents in the week of July 25, 2010 through July 31, 2010. The following is a brief summary of some of the more notable contacts:
Collision, 07/25/2010, 91st Avenue NE/Market Pl
Officers were dispatched to collision were a female accidently ran into a building. The 22-year-old female was attempting to park her vehicle when she accidentally hit the accelerator pedal instead of the brake. As a result, her vehicle struck the front of Postnet causing significant damage.
Attempted Burglary 2°, 07/26/10, Main Street
A 33-year-old male was arrested for Attempted Burglary 2°. Officers were dispatched to a suspicious complaint in which a witness reported hearing glass breaking behind several stores and could see a male attempting to light a small fire. Upon arrival officers located the male who admitted that he broke several windows because he was cold and was looking for something to keep him warm. He was placed under arrest and booked into Snohomish County Jail.
Assault 2° Domestic Violence (DV), 07/29/2010, 600 blk 97th DR NE
A 29-year-old male was arrested for Assault 2° DV. Officers were dispatched to a priority assault call. Upon the officers arrival the male stated that he had allowed the female to hit him repeatedly but that he did not want to press charges on her. The female party stated that she was lying down when the male pulled a knife on her because he was upset with her. The male refused to let the female get up and the female stated that she had to hit the male several times to get away from him. Evidence at the scene corroborated the female’s story so the male was booked into Snohomish County Jail.
Burglary, 07/30/10, 10100 blk 2nd PL SE
A 46-year-old male reported that his residence had been burglarized. The male stated that he came home to find a male standing in his living room. The victim originally thought it was his son’s friend, but then realized it was not. By then the male suspect fled the residence. Containment was set up and a K-9 track was conducted, with no success. The case was forwarded to the detectives for additional investigation.
Fraud (Counterfeit Money), 07/28/10, Main Street
A male came into Lake Stevens Police Department to report that a male paid his cab fare with counterfeit money. The money was collected as evidence and a suspect was identified. The case is currently under investigation.