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Everett

Burglary
On Nov. 22, a burglary was reported in the 2000 block of 2000 block of Grand Avenue.
On Nov. 23, a burglary was reported in the 2900 block of Rucker Avenue.
On Nov. 24, a burglary was reported in the 2900 block of Rucker Avenue.
On Nov. 27, a burglary was reported in the 4200 block of Rucker Avenue.

Theft
On Nov. 21, a theft was reported in the 6000 block of Evergreen Way.
On Nov. 22, a theft was reported in the 2600 block of Rucker Avenue and in the 400 block of 14th Street and in the 3000 block of Rockefeller Avenue.
On Nov. 23, a theft was reported in the 2000 block of 23rd Street.
On Nov. 25, a theft was reported in the 5000 block of Elm Street and in the 2300 block of Wetmore Avenue.

Vehicle Theft
On Nov. 21, a vehicle theft was reported in the 1800 block of 41st Street.
On Nov. 22, a vehicle theft was reported in the 2700 block of 12th Street.
On Nov. 24, a vehicle theft was reported in the 6100 block of Beverly Lane.
On Nov. 25, a vehicle theft was reported in the 6800 block of Highland Drive and in the 1900 block of California Street and in the 1900 block of 10th Street.
On Nov. 26, a vehicle theft was reported in the 6200 block of Evergreen Way.
On Nov. 27, a vehicle theft was reported in the 2500 block of Howard Avenue.

Man fires gun at clerk
On Nov. 17, a man shot at the clerk in the Valero gas station in the 11800 block of Highway 99 (just north of the 128th Street Home Depot).
No one was injured and the suspect fled the store on foot after stealing a beer. Police and K9 units tracked the area but were unable to locate him.
A customer in the store confronted the man as well. Police last week were able to speak with the woman.

Arrests in “Deadliest Catch” star robbery case
On Nov. 15, Everett Police announced detectives had arrested two men following an investigation of a weekend robbery that put the victim, “Deadliest Catch” cast member Jake Harris,
into the hospital.
According to police, Harris was left on the side of
Highway 526 after being robbed. On Nov. 15, two suspects were arrested in Spokane.
The robbery took place earlier this month. Police said at about 8 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 12, officers responded to the 700 block of SE Highway 526 on the report of an injured man on the side of the road. Arriving officers found a victim with injuries to his neck and head. The victim told officers he had been at the Quil Ceda Creek Casino in Tulalip where he met up with a male, the male’s girlfriend and another
female he befriended the day before. The male and his girlfriend agreed to give the victim a ride home and they drove him into Everett. The victim said that after making a stop, the male sat
behind him and started to assault him as they drove. The victim blacked out and woke up on the side of the highway with his wallet and $2,400 missing.
Everett Fire responded, provided medical treatment and recommended the victim go to the hospital, but he declined. An officer drove him home to Lake Stevens where his girlfriend took him to Providence Regional Medical Center Everett - Colby Campus. He was admitted to the ICU for a period of time.
During their robbery investigation, detectives worked with the victim to develop suspect identification and establish probable cause. With the assistance of the Spokane Police Department, two suspects were arrested in Spokane. Everett detectives will take custody of the two and return them to Everett where they will be booked into the Snohomish County Jail on probable cause charges for robbery.

Monroe

Collision
On Nov. 18, a collision was reported in the intersection of Cascade View Drive and U.S. 2 with minor injuries.

Theft
On Nov. 18, a theft was reported in the 800 block of W. Main Street and in the 19600 block of U.S. 2.
On Nov. 20, a theft was reported in the 500 block of W. Stevens Avenue.

Lost property found
On Nov. 22, a cache of found check books and a wallet in the 600 block of Roberts Street was reported to police.

Vehicle Theft
On Nov. 20, a vehicle theft was reported in the 16200 block of 177th Avenue SE in which a white Hyundai Tucson was stolen.

Snohomish

Burglary
On Nov. 24, a residential burglary with no forced entry was reported in the 6300 block of 61st Avenue SE (also known as Swans Trail Road along part of the road).

Vehicle Theft
On Nov. 22, a vehicle theft was reported from a construction site in the 8000 block of 74th Street SE.
On Nov. 25, a vehicle theft was reported in the 9600 block of Lowell Snohomish River Road.

Identity theft
On Nov. 21, an identity theft fraud issue was reported in
the 400 block of 19th Avenue SE.


County

Lake Stevens woman robbed, shot in home
The 37-year-old Lake Stevens woman that was robbed and shot in her home did not sustain life-threatening injuries and is not cooperating with detectives.
The robbery and shooting incident occurred in the 2200 block of 107th Avenue SE on Nov. 15 before 6:30 a.m., when the female called 911 to report she had been robbed at gunpoint by two masked men and shot in the leg.
She had been inside her home during the incident.
The suspects fled the scene and the woman was transported to Providence Regional Medical Center.
Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman Shari Ireton said on Nov. 16 the woman was no longer cooperating with detectives for the investigation into the shooting and robbery. No further details about the suspects could be provided.
“The community is safe, this was an isolated incident,” Ireton said. “Detectives do not think it was random. But
since the woman is not cooperating, detectives cannot establish an ID or probable cause for now.”
Ireton stressed the point that residents were safe.
The investigation will continue, Ireton said.


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