Police Blotter: April 14 - 22

Mail theft, a shotgun on Mill Creek Boulevard, and vanishing vacuums are just the beginning.


Last updated 5/1/2020 at 10:55am

April 14

You’ve got (no) mail

A Mill Creek man reported stolen mail in the 1500 block of 148th Place SE.

April 15

Do not enter

Eight Mill Creek transient people trespassed from private property in the 13600 block of Bothell‐Everett Hwy. A 59-year-old male from Mill Creek was arrested and booked into Snohomish County Jail for an outstanding felony warrant. A 53-year-old male from Mill Creek was cited and released for second-degree trespassing. 

April 15

Secure your load

Officers responded to SR527/Mill Creek Blvd for a report of a firearm laying in the roadway. Upon arrival, a 12-gauge shotgun was in fact located lying in the road. The weapon was found unloaded and officers took it in for evidence. A short time later, the owner of the shotgun (a 21-year-old Mill Creek man) called 911 to report his shotgun had fallen off his vehicle. The weapon was entered into the evidence room.

April 17

Bad mechanic

Parts were stolen from a vehicle parked overnight in the 1200 block of 164 St SE. 

April 20

Lock your door

Officers received a report of a cold vehicle prowl which near the 1100 block of 164th St SE. The prowl was reported to have occurred sometime between April 14 and April 20. A 27-year-old Mill Creek woman left her car unlocked and her spare key was taken from the glove box.

April 20

Getaway car

Officers responded to the 3300 block of 132nd St SE for a theft report and were told that four men had stolen a bottle of alcohol and fled in a vehicle. The four juveniles were contacted in Everett.

April 21

Vanishing vacuums

An unknown male suspect stole 2 Dyson vacuums valued at $1000 from a business in the 2000 block 132nd St SE for a theft report.

April 21


Officers responded to a robbery in the 3300 block of 132nd St SE. One female and two males entered and removed items without paying for them, and as one of the males exited he stated that he had a gun.

April 22

Do your homework

An officer took a found property report for a textbook found in the 14200 block of Mill Creek Blvd.


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