Driving Under the Influence (DUI), 06/19/11, 91st Ave. NE/Market Place
A 30-year-old male was arrested for DUI. An officer was picking up a statement when he was advised there was a suspected DUI in the drive-thru. As the vehicle exited the drive-thru the officer attempted to perform a traffic stop but the driver fled the scene. After a short traffic pursuit the officer was able to place the male suspect under arrest and process him for DUI. The male was cited and released from the scene without further incident.
Vehicle Theft, 06/19/11, 1700
block of Mitchell Dr.
A 23-year-old male reported his truck had been stolen sometime the night before. Officers discovered the vehicle had been impounded after being involved in a collision. The male stated he did not crash the vehicle. This case is under investigation.
Assault, 06/21/11, Cavelero/20th St. SE
A 37-year-old male reported a road rage incident that started on 41st and I-5. The male claims a 64-year-old male driver pointed a gun at him after a traffic disagreement. Officers determined the display of the firearm was on the trestle and not within the city limits. Case is currently under investigation.
Traffic Hazard, 06/24/11,
81st Ave. NE / SR204
A large sink hole opened up in the middle of the west bound lanes of SR204. The hole had a 3’x3’ opening but extended several feet in all directions under the roadway. In some areas the hole appeared to be about 7 to 10 feet deep. The westbound lane was closed and traffic diverted around the hole until it was able to be fixed.
Assault, 06/24/11, 2400
block of 99th Ave. NE
A 48-year-old male was upset with an employee and punched her when she asked him to leave. The male left prior to officers’ arrival resulting in an area search; the male was not located. Charges were sent to the court for mailing.
Burglary, 06/25/11, 9200
block of 16th Place SE
An officer responded to a residential burglary. The reporting party was house-sitting for the family while they were on vacation. He stated he went by that day and found the sliding door opened. It appeared that all electronics and high value items were still present but that the home office was ransacked. The homeowners were notified and victim statements, property forms and an Identity Theft Packet were left for the homeowner. The entrance was secured and the scene was cleared.