Crime Watch

Here’s a roundup of some of the more interesting recent neighborhood crime news, provided by local police:


* 17700 block of 147th Avenue SE, May 30. A man allegedly tried to run a woman off the road and was booked in the Snohomish County jail on suspicion of domestic violence.

* 16400 block of Currie Road, May 27. A woman reported that her ex-boyfriend sent her an e-mail in violation of a protection order.

* 18400 block of Blueberry Lane, May 28. A subject was arrested for an outstanding warrant with the state Department of Corrections and booked into the Snohomish County Jail.

* 16300 block of 161st Street SE, June 1. A woman reportedly received death threats. A man was arrested and booked into Denney Juvenile Justice Center in Everett.

* 19900 block of Old Owen Road, June 3. A man passed a stolen forged check at a local bank.

* 14700 block of 179th Avenue SE, June 3. A reportedly suicidal man was lying on railroad tracks in front of Valley General Hospital. He was admitted to the hospital for evaluation.

* 18800 block of U.S. 2, June 6. A woman allegedly assaulted a female motorist in a parking lot. The suspect wasn’t located.

* 19500 block of U.S. 2, June 7. Domestic violence between a boyfriend and girlfriend was reported.

* 19800 block of U.S. 2, June 10. A man in a vehicle allegedly tried to lure a woman.

* 15300 block of Heintz Avenue SE, June 10. A woman reported that her daughter had been harassed on the school bus because of her religion.

* 19900 block of U.S. 2, May 23. A woman allegedly was found to be in possession of methamphetamine and booked into the Snohomish County jail.

* 16500 block of Currie Road, May 22. A man gave a ride to a woman from Everett to an apartment building. When he went in to drop something off for her, she drove away with his car. The car was later recovered, and the woman was arrested by the Everett Police Department.


* 200 block of Avenue D, June 4. A hit and run accident was reported.

* 400 block of Avenue E, May 27. Second-degree arson was reported.


* 500 block of Main Street, May 15. A woman assaulted a man while walking down the street. She reportedly punched the man in the back and throat. She was found and booked into the Snohomish County Jail on suspicion of domestic violence. The man stated this was the seventh time he reported this behavior.

* 900 block of U.S. 2, May 18. Police responded to an alleged disturbance between two business owners.

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