Crime Watch

Here’s a roundup of some of the more interesting recent neighborhood crime news from throughout Snohomish and Island counties, provided by police:


* 18200 block of Champions Drive, May 30. Police recovered some street signs during a traffic stop.

* 19100 block of 63rd Avenue NE, May 28. A dog reportedly jumped a fence and attacked a person and another dog. Police are citing the first dog’s owner for allowing a dog to run at large.

* 17700 block of Gleneagle Boulevard, May 25. Police are investigating a man who is suspected of throwing a rock at a passing vehicle and causing damage.

* 16800 block of Smokey Point Boulevard, May 25. A man reportedly broke a pay phone after a disturbance at a gas station. He was arrested on suspicion of malicious mischief and disorderly conduct.


* 26300 block of 72nd Avenue NW, June 10. A business reported receiving a suspicious letter.

* 27000 block of 92nd Drive NW, June 10. A business reported receiving two counterfeit bills.

* 26600 block of 72nd Avenue NW, June 9. A 47-year-old Stanwood woman was arrested on suspicion of attempting to obtain drugs with a forged prescription.

* 26600 block of 72nd Avenue NW, June 8. A vehicle reported stolen in Everett was discovered in a parking lot. The owner was notified. A stereo was missing from the vehicle.

* 26600 block of 72nd Avenue NW, June 8. A 51-year-old Stanwood woman reported her vehicle had been stolen. It was recovered the following day in Marysville.

* 26600 block of 72nd Avenue NW, June 7. A business reported a suspect passed what appeared to be a fraudulently manufactured check. It was later determined the suspect had allegedly cashed two other checks that also appeared to be bogus in the past at the same location.

* 27000 block of 74th Avenue NW, June 7. Police assisted with capturing a loose, injured horse.

* 9900 block of 270th Street NW, June 5. A 22-year-old Mount Vernon man was arrested for disorderly conduct after getting drunk and picking fights with several people at a wedding reception. Even after being removed, the man allegedly kept trying to force his way back inside.

* 26900 block of 94th Drive NW, June 5. Some paint was stolen from a porch and used to paint graffiti in the road, over some business signs and on a fire hydrant.

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* 33600 block of Highway 20, June 14. Someone reported to police that two pairs of women’s panties were lying on the side of the road.

* 1500 block of NW Second Avenue, June 14. Children who were playing behind a school reported seeing a man hiding in the trees watching them. They described the man as white, between 30 and 40 years old, with dark hair, wearing a black jacket with a white shirt.

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