2010. The following is a brief summary of some of the more notable contacts:
Stolen Vehicle Recovery, 11/15/10, 10600 S Lake Stevens Road
A 22-year-old female was arrested for possession of a stolen vehicle. While investigating a theft complaint, the officer on-scene observed a vehicle drive by that was possibly involved in the incident. As the officer attempted to catch up to the vehicle, the female driver failed to stop at the stoplight and began eluding police. The vehicle crashed and the driver fled on foot. The officer caught up with the female and arrested her. A check of the license plate of the car revealed the vehicle was reported as stolen. The vehicle was impounded for evidentiary reasons as it may have been involved in the commission of other crimes. The female was transported to Snohomish County Jail and the report was forwarded to the felony prosecutor’s office for possession of stolen vehicle charges.
Violation of Court Order/DUI, 11/19/2010, 101st Avenue Se/1st Place SE
A 31-year-old male was arrested for violating a no-contact court order and a 26-year-old female was arrested for DUI. While on patrol, an officer observed a vehicle being driven the wrong direction in its lane of travel. The officer stopped the vehicle and contacted the occupants. The 26-year-old female driver exhibited signs of being under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs. The officer then contacted the male passenger. A check of the passenger’s identification revealed that he was the respondent in a no-contact order between himself and the female driver. The male was placed under arrest for violating the court order and transported to Marysville Jail by a second officer that arrived on-scene. The officer continued to investigate the possible DUI by conducting field sobriety tests to determine if the female’s ability to drive was impaired. The female was placed under arrest and processed for DUI.
Possession Drug Paraphernalia/Warrant Service, 11/19/10, 8700 blk 1st Street SE
A 19-year-old male was issued on several active misdemeanor warrants. While on patrol, an officer observed a vehicle being driven without working license plate lights. The officer stopped the vehicle and contacted the driver. The officer immediately recognized the passenger from previous contacts, and a computer check revealed that he several outstanding warrants for his arrest. The driver was given a verbal warning and released. The passenger was placed under arrest. Drug paraphernalia was found during the search incident to arrest. The male was issued a criminal citation for possession of drug paraphernalia and transported to jail on the arrest warrants.