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October 27, 2013 through November 2, 2013


The police department responded to 582 incidents in the week of October 27, 2013 through November 2, 2013. The following is a brief summary of some of the more notable contacts:

Theft/Malicious Mischief, 10/27/13, 28th St. NE and Cedar Rd.

Officers were dispatched to a theft/malicious mischief call. Upon arrival, the 49-year-old female complainant advised officers that there were stop signs missing from the intersection. Public works was called out to replace the stop signs. There are no suspects at this time.

Collision, 10/27/13,

SR9 and Lundeen Parkway

A 48-year-old male tried to negotiate a merge into the left lane that was stopped for traffic and caused a four vehicle collision.

Two vehicles were towed and the male was cited for negligent driving. The scene was cleared with no further incident.

Possession of Illegal Drugs, 10/28/13, 90 block of 89th Ave. SE

A 28-year-old and a 22-year-old male were arrested for possession of illegal drugs. The officer responded to a substance complaint. Upon arrival, the officer discovered the males asleep in the vehicle with illegal drugs on their laps. They admitted to the drug usage and cooperated in the investigation. Charges were referred to the Snohomish County Prosecutor.

Assault 4 Domestic Violence, 10/30/13, 11000 block of 20th St. NE

A 29-year-old male reported that his 28-year old wife assaulted him during an argument. When the officer arrived, it was found that the female had fled the scene. The female was not located at the time. The case was forwarded to Marysville Municipal Court for charging.

Hit and Run Collision, 10/31/13,

block of Market Place

A 48-year-old male was arrested for a hit and run collision. A 46-year-old female reported a hit and run collision involving her parked vehicle. Upon investigation, it was discovered that another hit and run in the area was reported.

The officers believed the cases to be linked. The male was contacted and appeared to be very intoxicated. The male didn’t recall hitting any vehicles. The case was forwarded to Marysville Municipal Court for charging.


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