A teen was arrested and police are talking to three other young persons in connection with a fire April 13 that destroyed a home east of Lynnwood.
The arson was reported around 1:15 p.m. at a home in the 18400 block of North Road just south of Lynnwood High School, Snohomish County Fire District 1 spokeswoman Leslie Hynes said.
A man had been renting the house and was living there part-time. The renter was away at the time of the fire, she said.
No one was injured and the homeowner has insurance.
An investigator with the Snohomish County Fire Marshal’s office determined the fire was arson. Witnesses told officials several young people were seen running from the scene.
One boy was taken into custody and booked into the Denney Juvenile Justice Center for investigation of arson. Three other young men were being questioned.
Reward offered in firearms burglary
A total of $10,000 reward is offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the individual(s) responsible for the theft of firearms from Lynnwood Gun &Ammunition. The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives Seattle Field Division and the National Shooting Sports Foundation are each offering $5,000 rewards.
The burglary was reported March 26 at the store, located at 20829 Highway 99 Suite A, in Lynnwood. It is believed that sometime overnight an unknown suspect or suspects broke into the store and stole approximately100 handguns consisting mostly of semi-automatics.
Anyone with information on the crime should contact ATF’s toll-free, 24-hour tip line at 1-800-ATF-GUNS (800-283-4867), the ATF Seattle Field Division Office at 206-389-5800 or Detective Anne Miles with the Lynnwood Police Department at 425-670-5669 or 425-670-5600. Callers can remain anonymous.
Suspicious package delays ferry
Discovery of a suspicious package in a trash container at the Kingston Terminal delayed ferry service on the Edmonds/Kingston route about 4:30 p.m. April 15.
State Patrol officers arrived slightly after 6 p.m. to investigate. Ferries were back in service by 6:15 p.m.
New MLT sergeant
The Mountlake Terrace Police Department recently promoted Officer Mike Haynes to the rank of sergeant. Hired in 2001, Sgt. Haynes has served as a patrol officer, detective, field-training officer, acting supervisor and executive board guild member.
He started his public safety career in 1995 with the Auburn Police Department as a corrections officer. From 1994-2001, Sgt. Haynes served Brier as a reserve officer, commissioned officer and patrol sergeant.
April 16: Burglary. 630 block Main St. An insurance office was burglarized overnight.
April 16: Malicious Mischief. 7300 block 215th St. SW. Adult son broke his mother’s glass table top, glass entertainment center door and telephone. He fled the scene and was not located.
April 16: Burglary. 7700 block 202nd Pl. SW. Someone reported a bedroom window being removed. Nothing inside the residence was taken inside.
April 15: AOA. 17000 block 76th Ave. W. Report of abandoned vehicles results in recovery of a stolen vehicle out of Lynnwood.
April 15: Theft. 24100 block Hwy. 99. Officers contacted someone obstructing traffic while crossing Hwy. 99 and ended up arresting them for shoplifting.
April 15: Info. 21600 block 76th Ave. W. A patient was upset over missing an appointment and showed up on wrong day. The patient yelled profanity at an office employee and slapped the back of a receptionist’s hand. The patient was warned not to return or face criminal trespass charges.
April 15: Burglary. 21100 block 77th Pl. W. A large flat screen TV and laptop were stolen from a home.
April 15: UIBC. 9700 block Edmonds Way. A known suspect wrote a bad check at an Edmonds business for $295.49.
April 14: Theft. 22000 block 95th Pl. W. An unlocked car parked in the driveway was entered overnight.
April 13: Theft. 22500 block Hwy. 99. Someone was forging optometrist prescription pads for medications. Suspect was a former employee.
April 13: Found Property. 17200 block 72nd Ave. W. Someone found a firearm in the street while out walking her dog. Firearm entered into evidence for safekeeping.
APRIL 18: BURGLARY. 22300 block 32nd Ave W. A Brier man reported someone entered his garage and removed four full 5 gallon gas cans.
April 18: theft Auto. 6000 block 208th St. SW. A 1998 Mercedes was reported stolen.
APRIL 17: Sex Offense. 5600 186th Pl. SW. A man was outside the victim’s window.
APRIL 16: DRUG VIOLATION. 22200 block Brier Road. A Brier teenager was found in possession of suspected marijuana by school authorities. School will determine discipline. Marijuana seized for destruction.
April 16: Theft. 3000 184th St. SW. A woman was arrested for shoplifting.
April 16: DUI. 3800 block 196th St. SW. Subject was told not to drive, but then he snuck back to his car, got in and drove. Complied with blood draw.
April 16: Accident. 3600 block 188th St. SW. A car struck a pedestrian.
April 16: Theft Auto. 21300 block Hwy. 99. A 2003 BMW was stolen.
April 16: theft Auto. 18100 block 52nd Ave. W. A 1998 Chevy Malibu was stolen.
APRIL 16: VIOLATION OF COURT ORDER. 24000 block 29th Ave W. A Brier teenager was with an 18-year-old man from Clinton in violation of the restrictions outlined in a court order issued by Juvenile Division of Snohomish County Superior Court.
APRIL 16: TRAFFIC COLLISION/RECKLESS DRIVING. 23500 block 35th Ave W. A Brier man lost control of his vehicle when leaving a “burn out” on the roadway. The vehicle jumped a curb and crashed into shrubbery coming to rest in a private yard. No injuries reported.
The city of Mill Creek is no longer providing a police blotter. For a tally and map of where crimes occur, visit www.crimereports.com.
April 14: DV – no assault. 4100 block 236th St. SW. A woman said she locked herself in the bathroom after her female roommate screamed at her and kicked the bedroom door in. Both females claimed the other shoved them.
April 13: Theft from auto. 23300 Cedar Way. A woman said someone entered her unlocked vehicle, opened the trunk and stole a silver box filled with hair cutting equipment worth $1,500.
April 12: Assist other agency. No address provided. While moving from Nevada to Washington, a woman’s shotgun, skis, guitar and amplifier were stolen from a storage space.
April 5: House Fire. The fire crew was dispatched to a house fire in the 18200 block of 56th Ave.W. Upon arrival they found a one-story daylight basement house 50 percent involved. Command requested a second alarm to assist with patient treatment.
April 5: Motor Vehicle Accident. The medical crew responded to a two car T-bone accident with injuries at 168th Street SW and Hwy 99. The driver was transported to Stevens Hospital.
April 5: Motor Vehicle Accident. The medical crew responded to a single car accident in the south bound lane of I-5 at 44th Avenue. W. The driver states a car came into her lane and she swerved to avoid and lost control and spun into the guard rail. The driver was transported to Stevens Hospital.
April 6: motor vehicle/Pedestrian Accident. The medical crew responded to a motor vehicle/pedestrian accident at 168th Street SW and 48th Avenue W. The pedestrian was transported to Harborview hospital.
April 8: Person in Distress. The fire crew responded to assist an uninjured woman from a vehicle in Swamp Creek, at Alderwood Mall Parkway and Maple Road. There were no injuries noted. The vehicle was later towed from the creek.
April 9: Unauthorized Burning. The fire crew was dispatched for burning fire wood in outside fire pit in the neighborhood of 6100 block of 188th St. SW. The resident was advised of the legal restrictions for recreational fires.
April 10: Building Fire. The fire crew was dispatched to 5200 block 212th St. SW for a commercial fire. While en route, dispatch advised that the building was vacant and a possible arson fire.
April 14: COLLISION. A car rolled several times and came to rest on its roof on 128th Street SW near Eighth Avenue W. Firefighters transported one patient to Providence Everett Medical Center.
April 12: motor vehicle/PEDESTRIAN COLLISION. A 10-year-old on a bicycle was hit by a car in Edmonds in the 10100 block of Edmonds Way. Firefighters transported the child to Stevens Hospital.
April 12: FIRE. Firefighters responded to a fence on fire at a home in the 6200 block of 140th Place SE.
April 11: VEHICLE FIRE. Firefighters responded to a fire in a trailer in Edmonds in the 22000 block of 90th Avenue W.
April 9: motor vehicle/PEDESTRIAN COLLISION. A pedestrian was hit by a car at 128th Street SW and I-5. Firefighters transported the pedestrian to Stevens Hospital.
April 8: COLLISION. A car flipped on northbound I-5 north of 128th Street SW. Firefighters transported one patient to Providence Everett Medical Center.