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Lights and Sirens for October 31, 2012

 

October 29, 2012



Theft, 10/15/12, 7200 blk of 20th Street SE

An officer responded after a 57 year-old female reported several pieces of jewelry missing from her residence. The female reported that the theft occurred when her 19 year-old son, had friends over. She suspected a 22 year-old male who was at the residence of taking the jewelry. The case is currently under investigation.


Collision, 10/18/12, Soper Hill / SR 9

Officers responded to a collision where an empty bus rear-ended a small passenger vehicle. There were no injuries and very minor damage. The scene was cleared without incident.


Animal Control/Dog Bite, 10/19/12, 9200 blk of 15th St NE

A 23 year-old female reported that she had been bitten by an unknown dog. She informed Officers she was outside with her dog when the dog started to fight with hers. She attempted to stop the fight and as a result was bit on the hand. The dog was not located and the female was treated by aid. The scene was cleared without incident.


Domestic Violence Court Order Violation (DV), 10/19/12, 8800 blk of 11th Street NE

A 35 year-old male had charges referred for a DV Court Order Violation. Officers were called to assist a 27-year-old female who had a verbal disagreement with the male suspect. The female allowed the male to come to her home, despite the fact she had a court order against him. A verbal argument got heated and the male grabbed a knife and stated he wanted the “cops” to shoot him. The male fled the scene prior to police arrival. The male was not located. Charges were referred to Marysville Municipal Court.


Disorderly Conduct, 10/20/12, 1600 blk of 127th NE

A 28-year-old male was arrested for Disorderly Conduct. A witness reported the male became uncontrollable and started assaulting 2 people. Officers arrived on scene and gained control of the situation. The male continued to yell and scream causing a disturbance. The male was placed under arrest and booked into the Marysville Jail.


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