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Assault of a public
On Sept. 11, police received a report of a strongarm assault of a police officer at a residence in the 2300 block of Wetmore Avenue.
On Sept. 10, a forced-entry burglary of a store was reported in the 3400 block of 16th Street.
On Sept. 11, a theft was reported from a government building at the intersection of Hoyt and Everett Avenue.
From Sept. 8 to 10, third degree theft, of items equating to $750 or less, were reported from a parking garage in the 1700 block of Broadway Avenue, on the street in the 2700 block of Rockefeller Avenue and a parking lot or garage in the 3200 block of Smith Avenue.
On Sept. 8, second degree theft was reported from a bar or night club in the 2700 block of Hewitt Avenue.
From Sept. 9 to 13, five vehicles were reported stolen from the following areas:
On Sept. 13, in the 2900 block of Victor Place, 2100 block of Walnut Street and 3500 block of Rockefeller Avenue.
On Sept. 10, from a residence in the 4400 block of 4th Avenue.
On Sept. 9, from a parking lot in the 4100 block of Rucker Avenue.
On Sept. 15, disorderly conduct was reported at a store in the 1300 block of Broadway Avenue.
Hit and run
On Sept. 14, an unattended hit and run was reported in the 1400 block of 25th Street.
On Sept. 13, a fourth degree assault was reported in the 1100 block of Hewitt Avenue.
On Sept. 13, a DUI was logged in the 2600 block of Broadway Avenue.
On Sept. 13, drug paraphernalia was reported at a store in the 3700 block of Rockefeller Avenue.
Man sics dogs on people
at his door, who were
officers in uniform
On Sept. 7, a 38-year-old man was charged with attempted third-degree assault after he released two pit bulls in response to police knocking on his door. Three uniformed officers in a police vehicle were responding to a routine noise complaint in the 16700 block of Marmount Street SE.
When they arrived at the door, “they heard a voice say ‘go get ‘em, go get ‘em,’ and out the door came two pit bulls,” said Debbie Willis, a spokeswoman for the Monroe Police Department.
The dogs were brought back inside before police obtained a search warrant to enter the home, where they arrested the male for attempted assault. One other male was in the house.
On Sept. 5, third degree theft was reported from a residence in the 19600 block of Rainier View Road SE.
On Sept. 4, second degree theft was reported from a field in the 100 block of Fremont Street.
Vehicle theft suspect sought
On Sept. 12, Snohomish Police released a surveillence photo on Facebook showing a female who is allegedly a person of interest in an auto theft from Sept. 1. In the photo, she appears to have blonde hair and a slight build, and was wearing a shirt that said, “Stay Chill.”
Police ask the public to contact Detective Grieve at or 425-388-6274 or Brett.Grieve@snoco.org with any assistance in identifying the suspect.
Warrant arrest at
On Sept. 7, a warrant arrested was logged at Hill Park.
On Sept. 11, a DUI involving liquor was reported at the intersection of 10th Street and Avenue D.
Motor vehicle theft
On Sept. 6, a motor vehicle theft was reported in a parking lot near Harvey Field in the 9900 block of Airport Way.
Theft from soccer club
On Sept. 9, Snohomish
Police responded to the Snohomish Youth Soccer Club at 27 Pine Avenue where multiple items were reported stolen including uniforms, jackets and shoes.
The incident is currently under investigation. Anyone with information that may assist police can email Deputy Sandt at Jason.Sandt@snoco.org or contact the Snohomish Police Department at 360-568-0888.
On Aug. 31, after 2 a.m. a disorderly conduct incident was reported from a bar in the 1000 block of First Street. Snohomish Police deputies contacted a 30 year old man who was highly intoxicated and urinating in the street. Deputies attempted to give him a ride but he became combative, and was placed under arrest for disorderly conduct.
Due to his high level of intoxication, he was taken to Providence Medical for clearance to book, to assure his health was not in danger if he were taken to jail without medical treatment, said Courtney O’Keefe, communications specialist for the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office.
While at the hospital, he kicked a Snohomish deputy, adding third degree assault of a police officer to his charges.
On Sept. 1, a motor vehicle was reported stolen from the 100 block of Maple Avenue.
On Sept. 1, third degree theft from a residence was reported in the 400 block of First Street.
On Sept. 5, shoplifting was reported from the 200 block of Pine Avenue.
On Sept. 1, a burglary was reported from the 1600 block of Park Avenue.
On Sept. 2, a forced entry burglary was reported from a restaurant in the 1100 block of First Street.
Snohomish man dies on I-5
On Sept. 8 a 26-year-old Snohomish man died in a car accident on Interstate 5 in Lynnwood. A Washington State Patrol report states that the Snohomish driver was driving in oncoming traffic when he struck the barrier. A second driver, attempting to avoid the crash instead struck the car. The 83-year-old man in the second car was not injured.
Juveniles breach water tower, dip in. Drinking water safe.
On Aug. 29, the Snohomish Police Department was made aware of a YouTube video circulating showing several juveniles accessing a water tower. Detectives had identified all of the involved individuals the same day, and the case is currently under investigation. There is no danger to the public.
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.
Smoke alarms available
Free smoke alarms are available right now for installation by the American Red Cross. Community members are encouraged to reach out and register households that are in need, those that cannot afford to purchase smoke alarms or for those who are physically unable to install them. Having a smoke alarm in your home can cut the risk of death from a fire in half.
Request smoke alarms and installation at www.GetASmokeAlarm.org