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Police seek arson suspect
Everett Police want help from the public on identifying a suspect in the Jan. 12 arson of Mike’s Performance Automotive, 2925 Rucker Ave.
Just before midnight, the male walked up to the front door with a gas can and set the fire before running away on foot, police say.
The suspect’s face is covered, however a photo showed that he is wearing a distinctive black jacket or hoodie with Carhartt written on the arm.
The fire caused nearly $100,000 damage.
People can give tips by calling the hotline (425) 257-8450 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
On Jan. 18, a strongarm robbery with a weapon was reported from the 2500 block of Broadway.
On Jan. 18, a strongarm robbery with a gun was reported at the intersection of 24th Street and Rucker Avenue.
On Jan. 18, a residential forced-entry burglary was reported from a home in the 3200 block of 18th Street.
On Jan. 17, theft of a motor vehicle was reported from a business in the 3000 block of Everett Avenue.
On Jan. 18, a vehicle was reported stolen from the 1600 block of Virginia Street.
On Jan. 15, a vehicle theft was reported from a home in the 700 block of 75th Street SE.
On Jan. 17, a third-degree strong arm assault of a police officer was reported from the 3600 block of Smith Avenue.
On Jan. 16, a third-degree assault of a police officer was reported from the 1700 block of 13th Street.
On Jan. 18, a reckless burn was reported from the 1400 block of Pine Street.
On Jan. 13, police received a call that said a building was entered and power tools stolen from the 14600 block of 179th Avenue SE.
On Jan. 13, parks property in the 500 block of Lewis Street was reported damaged by graffiti.
On Jan. 16, a theft was reported from the 600 block of West Columbia Street.
On Jan. 13, a two vehicle non-injury collision was reported from the intersection of 179th Avenue and 160th Street SE.
On Jan. 15, non-injury collision occurred between a van and an SUV at the intersection of North Kelsey and West Main streets.
On Jan. 16, a two-vehicle, non-blocking, non-injury collision occurred in the 1300 block of West Main Street.
On Jan. 16, a non-injury single-vehicle collision occurred at the intersection of 179th Avenue SE and 154th Street SE.
On Jan. 14, police assisted Snohomish police with recovery of a vehicle from the 3300 block of Bickford Avenue.
On Jan. 14, the community outreach team assisted a male to the Diversion Center from the 20300 block of Old Owen Road.
On Jan. 14, the community outreach team visited the 800 block of West Main Street to follow up with a female who is in drug treatment.
On Jan. 17, Snohomish graveyard units conducted a traffic stop on a driver with a suspended license. The driver, a convicted felon, initially refused to get out of the vehicle but was eventually taken into custody without incident. He was found to be in possession of heroin as well as a loaded hand gun and was booked into Snohomish County Jail.
On Jan. 13, a suspect in a theft at Home Depot on Bickford Avenue fled the scene and was picked up by a dark colored Volkswagen. The suspect in the theft is pictured on the Snohomish Police Department’s official Facebook page.
If you have any information on the identity of the suspect, contact Sgt. Alanis at Nathan.Alanis@snoco.org
On Jan. 9, Snohomish Police posted on Facebook, asking for assistance in locating Stephan Vannoy who is wanted by the Department of Corrections on a felony arrest warrant. He is a 5-foot-11, 180-pound man who drives a gold 2005 Hyundai Elantra sedan, license plate AGA1010. He has blue eyes and brown hair, but is photographed with a shaved head. Vannoy is known to frequent the city. If anyone sees him or his vehicle, they are asked to call 911.
U.S. 2 crash
Three drivers were injured in a three-car crash on U.S. 2 near the intersection with Highway 9 on Sunday, Jan. 12 in which weather likely played a factor.
The 35-year-old driver of a Kia Optima sedan lost control in slush. Her car was struck by the driver in the next lane over in a Honda Accord driven by a 16-year-old Snohomish resident. A 50-year-old driver in a Lexus sedan coming up to the crash then struck the Kia from behind.
All three drivers were injured in the crash and taken to Providence Regional Medical Center Everett. A passenger in the Kia was also injured and taken to Providence.
The Washington State Patrol said the cause was the Kia driver was driving too fast for conditions.