Blaine Police Department reports, October 8-14, 2020

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September 26, 10:40 a.m.: A Blaine officer responded to an attempted vehicle prowl that occurred Thursday night. The subject did not gain access to the vehicle due to it being locked. The subject did break the driver’s side door handle when trying to gain access to the car. At this time, there is no suspect.

September 26, 12:00 p.m.: A woman called police to report someone smeared a pizza on her vehicle. The woman suggested her ex-boyfriend as a suspect, but did not have any interest in pursuing charges. She requested the incident be documented in case future incidents occur.

September 27, 3:14 p.m.: Blaine officers responded to a domestic dispute at the Peace Arch Park. A woman showed up at the park to confront her soon-to-be ex-husband and his girlfriend. The woman claimed she was assaulted by her husband. Officers determined no crime occurred.

September 27, 8:53 p.m.: Blaine officers responded to a reported suspicious vehicle. Officers were advised of a vehicle which was parked in the woods and the complainant thought it was someone attempting to conceal the vehicle. The vehicle was located and determined not to be stolen, and outside Blaine city limits.

September 28, 12:31 p.m.: A woman came to the Blaine Police Department to report a phone scam. The woman claimed a person with the FBI had a warrant for her arrest from Texas. No money was lost to the phone-scammer.

September 28, 12:53 p.m.: During routine patrols Blaine Police stopped a vehicle when it was believed the driver had a suspended license. The driver’s identity was confirmed and he was taken into custody. The driver was released a short time later with a criminal summons and mandatory court appearance date.

September 28, 6:20 p.m.: Blaine police called a man who wanted to report suspicious activity by his neighbor. The man stated that the neighbor appeared to be video recording his children play and some of the neighbor’s cameras were facing his property. No crimes were determined to have occurred, but the man wanted the incident documented.

September 28, 9:30 p.m.: Blaine Police Department officers responded to a fight reported in the 1300 block of Mitchell Avenue. Officers arrived and located the involved individuals, who were sparring. All confirmed the event was mutual and no one was injured. Officers cleared.

September 29, 8:25 p.m.: An officer conducting radar enforcement stopped a speeding vehicle along Peace Portal Drive. The driver of the vehicle was contacted and found to have no valid driver’s license and was without ID. The man was arrested, cited, and released with a mandatory court date.

September 29, 7:02 p.m.: A Blaine police officer responded to a residence where it was believed an unwanted person may have entered the home. The officer searched the house but did not find anyone or signs of anyone being inside the home.

September 30, 4:22 p.m.: During routine patrols Blaine Police stopped a vehicle when it was believed the driver had a suspended license. The driver’s identity was confirmed and he was taken into custody. The driver was released a short time later with a criminal summons and mandatory court appearance date.

October 1, 4:44 p.m.: A Blaine officer responded to a landlord/tenant problem. The tenant wanted the landlord trespassed from the property. The officer informed the tenant that he could not be trespassed from his own property. The landlord was there to take pictures of the outside of the house because he was going to put it on the market when the tenant moves out.

Reports provided by Blaine Police Department

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