Mill Creek Police Blotter | Jan. 8 to Jan. 12
Last updated 1/22/2021 at 12:21am
Officers responded to a physical domestic in the 16100 block of 25th Drive S.E. A Mill Creek man was booked for fourth degree assault.
Mill Creek officers responded to a robbery at a local business in the 2000 block of 132nd Street S.E. The suspect struck an employee in the head with a metal flashlight while stealing items from the business. The suspect was located a few blocks from the scene and was arrested and booked into jail.
Police responded to a theft report in the 16200 block of Bothell‐Everett Highway after a Mill Creek boy reported his longboard stolen. A longboard is a type of skateboard that is a little wider than standard skateboards.
Officers responded to an abandoned vehicle in the 13900 block of 41st Street S.E. and found the vehicle had been reported stolen.
A Mill Creek officer responded to the report of a theft in the 14500 block of 27th Drive S.E. A package was stolen from the front step of a home.
A Mill Creek officer responded to the report of a malicious mischief in the 15400 block of 25th Lane S.E. The victim's vehicle had the rear window smashed out.
3 detained, 1 arrested after a theft from a business
Police responded to a theft that had just occurred from a business in the 16300 block of Bothell‐Everett Highway. Subsequent to an area-check, a suspect vehicle was located and three subjects detained. One of those subjects was later booked into the Snohomish County Jail on theft-related charges. The investigation is ongoing.
Officers responded to a report of a verbal argument between a 21-year-old Mill Creek man and a 23-year-old Mill Creek female. No crime occurred.
Domestic violence, arrest
Officers responded to a report of an assault between a male and his father. An investigation resulted in the arrest of a Mill Creek man. He was transported to the Snohomish County Jail and charged with fourth degree assault, domestic violence.
A 41-year-old Mill Creek female called police when an argument with her boyfriend escalated. The male left, and the female did not want to complete a written statement. A report was taken.
An officer assisted the sheriff’s office and responded to a verbal domestic dispute in the 100 block of 128th Street S.E.
Officers responded to an identity theft report in the 15500 block Country Club Drive. A 20-year-old Mill Creek man reported a family member used his personal information to open credit accounts.
Officers responded to a vehicle prowl in the 13500 block of 35th Avenue S.E. A Mukilteo man reported a firearm stolen from his vehicle.
Hit and run
Officers responded to a report of a cold hit-and-run that occurred at the intersection of 164th Street S.E. and 9th Avenue S.E. A 38-year-old Mill Creek female reported her vehicle was struck by a white sedan as she made a left-hand turn onto 9th Avenue S.E. from 164th Street S.E. A report was taken.
Officers responded to a vehicle theft report in the 13500 block of 22nd Avenue S.E. A Mill Creek resident reported a vehicle stolen, sometime overnight.
Driving without a license
Officers stopped a vehicle for expired registration in the 1800 block of 132nd Street S.E. A 42-year-old Arlington male was cited and released for driving with license suspended, third degree, and failure to surrender a suspended license. An Everett man was cited for DWLS as well, in the 2200 block of 132nd Street S.E.
Police arrested a juvenile male on a felony warrant, in Mill Creek, after he called 911 to turn himself in.
Officers responded to the report of a theft in the 15200 block of 20th Circle S.E. Packages were stolen.
Police recovered an unoccupied stolen vehicle in the 12900 block of 19th Avenue S.E. Unsuccessful attempts were made to contact the registered owner before the vehicle was impounded.
A Mill Creek officer responded to the report of a vehicle prowl in the 13600 block of 26th Avenue S.E. and another in the 900 block of 164th Street S.E. In the incident on 164th Street, a Mill Creek woman reported that a subject broke into her car while she was putting her groceries away.