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Traffic emphasis locations
For the week of June 28 to July 4, Everett Police will conduct traffic emphasis patrols at the following locations: State Route 526 at Seaway Boulevard, Broadway and Pacific Avenue and in the 9100 block of 4th Ave W.
Weekend ‘Yard Sale’ tip leads to stolen appliances
On Saturday, June 20, a tip to 911 about a suspicious weekend yard sale in the 12100 block of Andrew Sater Road southwest of Silver Lake led to the recovery of more than a dozen appliances that investigators believe were stolen from construction
sites in the Bothell area.
The caller with the tip to law enforcement told police he became suspicious of the sale when he noticed that a refrigerator had a cut water hose and noted that the seller’s story about how he came by the items for sale changed several times. Snohomish County Sheriff’s deputies arrived at the scene around 1 p.m. and were able to determine that several appliances at the sale had the same serial numbers as items logged as stolen.
Deputies recovered one dishwasher, three 32-inch bathtubs, three shower kits, two fireplaces, six oven ranges, one microwave, one tankless water heater and one refrigerator. Some of the items have been returned to identified owners, according to police and other items are currently being stored in the evidence unit until they can be claimed.
At the scene, deputies questioned several people, but no arrests were made and the case remains under investigation by property crimes detectives.
On June 18, a theft was reported in the 19600 block of U.S. 2 and in the 21000 block of Calhoun Road and in the 11700 block of Village Way and in the 19100 block of N. Kelsey Street.
On June 19, a theft was reported in the 19100 block of N. Kelsey Street.
On June 19, a theft was reported in the 19300 block of Tjerne Place.
On June 21, a female was arrested for the possession of meth in the 13700 block of Roosevelt Road.
On June 23, police investigated a possible narcotics possession in the 17900 block of W. Main Street.
On June 18, a driver was arrested for driving with a suspended license at a collision scene in the 10000 block of W. Main Street.
On June 20, police investigated a hit-and-run of a parked vehicle in the 13600 block of N. Blakeley Street.
On June 20, a vehicle-versus-deer collision was reported in the 19900 block of U.S. 2 and a vehicle-versus-building collision was reported in the 19900 block of U.S. 2.
On June 21, police investigated a hit-and-run of a parked vehicle in the 17100 block of W. Main Street.
Suspicious death in Ebey Slough
On June 23, Snohomish County Search and Rescue recovered the body of a female from the Ebey Slough near the 630 block of Sunnyside Boulevard.
The team was called out after a 911 caller reported seeing a possible body floating face-down in the river on Monday, June 22. A search began that evening, but was suspended at nightfall and continued at 10:30 a.m. June 23 using the search and rescue helicopter and marine units. The body was found around 7 p.m. by search and rescue via hovercraft, according to sheriff’s office officials.
The victim’s identity, and the cause and manner of her death, are pending release by the county Medical Examiner’s Office.
Sheriff’s Office Major Crimes Unit detectives are investigating the death, and it has been deemed “suspicious.”
Drowning incident on the Stillaguamish River
Patrol personnel responded the evening of Sunday, June 28 to a 911 call of a person underwater in the area of Big Rock Park in Arlington.
When the call came in, at this point the subject had been underwater for about 3 minutes.
The subject, a 21 year old male was swimming in the Stillaguamish River without a flotation device.
The subject’s girlfriend called in the incident. It’s been indicated to law enforcement that someone was drinking alcoholic beverages.
Two bystanders jumped in the water to rescue the 21-year-old. After getting him out of the river, the bystanders started CPR.
By the time the bystanders got him out of the water the subject had been underwater for about 15 minutes.
Aid continued doing CPR and the subject was airlifted to Harborview hospital in Seattle. The man’s condition was unknown as of press time.
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