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On May 9, a robbery was reported at a store in the 10100 block of Evergreen Way.
On May 7, a purse snatching was reported in the 2700 block of Colby Avenue.
On May 9, a forced-entry burglary was reported in the 1000 block of E. Casino Road.
On May 8, a forced-entry burglary was reported at a store in the 200 block of E. Casino Road.
On May 7, a forced-entry burglary was reported at a residence in the 3200 block of 26th Street.
On May 6, a forced-entry burglary was reported at a home in the 5400 block of S. Third Avenue.
On May 7, police logged a heroin selling operation in
the 11800 block of Airport Road.
On May 7, a rape that included involving a weapon was reported in a parking garage in the east end of downtown Everett.
Motor vehicle theft
On May 11, a motor vehicle theft was reported in the 1000 block of E. Marine View Drive.
On May 7, motor vehicle thefts were reported in the 3900 block of Grand Avenue and in the 700 block of W. Casino Road.
Missing child found
On May 11, a 9-year-old boy reported missing in Everett was located in Everett and brought home safely.
On May 10, firefighters responded to a reported house fire in the 2300 block of Harrison Avenue.
Occupants were alerted by smoke alarms and were able to get out of the house with minor injuries. Units arrived to find a fully involved house fire that soon vented through the roof. Firefighters were able to get water on the fire quickly but due to the older balloon frame construction full extinguishment was difficult.
The fire appears to have started in the lower portion of the house but quickly ran up the flue space in the wall to engulf the attic. After initial search and report that all occupants were out of the house the fire was fought from outside the structure due to instability of the floors and walls in the house.
On May 8, the Community Outreach Team offered assistance to five males in the 100 block of Hill Street, and helped a female in the 900 block of Columbia Street get to the jail diversion center in Everett.
Officers also encountered an empty encampment in the 500 block of Sky River Parkway and left a pamphlet with resources and a notice to vacate.
Motor vehicle theft
On May 7, a white Honda Accord was stolen from a parking lot in the 100 block of Galaxy Way.
Vehicle prowl attempt
On May 7, it was reported that someone tampered with the ignition of a car in the 14700 block of 179th Avenue SE in attempt to start it, but didn’t steal anything from the car.
On May 7, an assault investigation was started in the 16700 block of 177th Avenue SE.
On May 6, it was reported that diesel fuel was siphoned from a vehicle in the 100
block of Village Court.
Found some drugs
On May 8, a suspicious vehicle was stopped in the vicinity of Fremont and Main streets, and following a search of the car, drugs were found.
On the morning of Monday, May 6, Snohomish deputies followed up on complaints associated with a nuisance house near the corner of First Street and Maple Avenue. Three subjects with outstanding warrants were contacted and taken into custody.
On May 6, a burglary was reported at an auto dealership in the 1800 block of Bickford Avenue.
On May 8, a house fire happened in the 11800 block of 84th Street SE.
The occupants got out of the home. The fire affected the home and the shop.
A nearby fire hydrant was inoperational, and crews had to call in water tender trucks for water. The fire district will reportedly be meeting with the neighborhood to address concerns on the fire hydrant.
84th Street SE is in a neighborhood east of U.S. 2 and west of Dutch Hill.
On May 9, malicious mischief was reported by a business in the 600 block of First Street.
On May 8, the Monroe
Police Department Community Outreach team met with a male in the 900 block of Avenue D.
On May 1, police broke up a manufacturing site for federally illegal hallucinogens in the 7400 block of 144th Place SE in Snohomish.
Theft access device
On May 2, a theft access device was reported in the 900 block of First Street. An example of a theft access device is a fraudulently used credit card.
On April 29, a theft occurred in the 13400 block of Robinhood Lane.
Attempt to ID
Three suspects are suspected of stealing more than $5,000 worth of product and causing more than $800 worth of damage at the Snohomish T-Mobile store on Avenue D. They were in a 1990s black Mitsubishi Galant sedan, license plate WA BOB1507. Police put out the word in late April. If you can identify any of these individuals or provide any information regarding this incident, contact Snohomish Detective Brett Grieve at
On Saturday, April 22, the driver of a current model white Chevrolet pickup truck trailering a tall, wood-sided trailer did a hit and run in the McDaniel’s Do-It Center parking lot in the 500 block of Second Street. The driver sideswiped a blue Ford SUV.
If you have information, contact Deputy Matt Lease at 425-512-6564 or Matt.Lease@snoco.org.
Are you following the
“9 p.m. Routine”?
Snohomish police remind you to follow the “9 p.m. routine”: At 9 p.m. or earlier, lock your vehicle, garage and home doors. Remove all valuables from your vehicle. Make sure your porch light is on.
Also, never leave your car running unattended, even for a few minutes. It’s an easy way to have your vehicle stolen.