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November 03, 2013 through November 09, 2013


The police department responded to 406 incidents in the week of November 03, 2013 through November 09, 2013. The following is a brief summary of some of the more notable contacts:

Assault 4, 11/04/13

2800 block of 117th Ave. N.E.

A 27-year-old male was assaulted by three unknown males while jogging in the 2800 block of 117th Ave. NE. Nothing was taken; no weapons were used and the assault appears to be random.  At this time, there is no suspect information. The investigation will re-open, pending further information.

Possession of Stolen Property/Illegal Dumping 11/06/13

800 block of 96th Ave. N.E.

A 32-year-old female was contacted after she was observed discarding a large amount of mail into a dumpster. Consent was given to the officer to look in the vehicle. During the course of the investigation, it was discovered that her trunk was full of mail. The case is currently under investigation.

Robbery, 11/06/13

500 block of SR 9

A 15-year-old boy was a victim of robbery after an unknown suspect used force when stealing his bicycle. His mother was the reporting party. The young male was able to provide a vague physical description of the suspect. An area check was conducted, but the suspect was not located. The scene was cleared. The case is currently under investigation. 

Burglary, 11/06/13

1600 block of S. Lake Stevens Rd.

A 43-year-old male reported a burglary. The male returned home after being away for a significant amount of time. He found his home ransacked and items missing. The victim was unable to provide any suspect information. The incident is under investigation.

Dangerous Weapon, 11/07/13 2200 block of 123rd Ave. N.E.

A 12-year-old male was expelled from school for having a knife in his backpack. School staff found the knife after the child requested help finding something inside his backpack. Charges were forwarded to Denney Youth Center.

“The Lake Stevens Police Department is committed to a professional partnership with our community, by providing excellence in safety, service and education.”


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