September 24, 2012 |

Lake Stevens Police Beat for September 29, 2012

The police department responded to 572 incidents in the week of September 9, 2012 through September 15, 2012. The following is a brief summary of some of the more notable contacts:

Assault 4 Domestic Violence (DV), 09/10/12, 9600 block of 9th St. SE

A 35-year-old male was arrested for Assault 4° DV. Officers determined that the male had assaulted his 79 year-old stepdad after an argument over movies. The male was placed under arrest and transported into the Marysville Jail for booking.


Robbery/Assault, 09/11/12,

1900 block of S. Lake Stevens Rd.

A 22-year-old male was contacted for Robbery and Assault. Officers were dispatched to a priority assault call. When officers arrived on scene, they discovered the male suspect hit a 22-year-old male victim in the face. The victim stated “he wanted his property back but does not want to be a victim of assault”. The case is currently under investigation.


Unlawful Imprisonment/Assault,

09/11/12, 400 block of 101st Ave. SE

A 55-year-old male was arrested for Unlawful Imprisonment and Assault. The male and his wife had a heated argument while in a vehicle. The male then refused to let her exit the vehicle. During this argument he grabbed both his wife and adult daughter by their arms. The male was arrested and booked into the Snohomish County Jail.


Possession of Drugs, Driving While License Suspended (DWLS) and Warrant, 09/13/12, 12400 block of 21st St. NE

Two people were arrested, a 26-year-old male for DWLS 3° and a 37-year-old female for Possession of Drugs and both on warrants. Officers discovered the male suspect was driving on a suspended license and both occupants had warrants. The driver of the vehicle was asked if he would consent to a search of the vehicle which he declined. A K-9 Officer was asked to assist and detected drugs inside the vehicle. A search warrant was obtained and Officers located drugs inside a purse. The vehicle was towed from the scene. The passenger and driver were booked into Snohomish County Jail.


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