Police Department Reports, November 12-18, 2020

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October 31, 12:46 p.m.: Officers responded to a suspicious circumstance of someone hearing rocks land on their roof. Officers checked the area and did not locate anyone in the area.

October 31, 2:29 p.m.: An officer stopped a vehicle after recognizing the driver as having felony probable cause out of the Whatcom County Sheriff’s Office. The vehicle was stopped and the driver was arrested. A search of the driver’s person revealed he was in possession of a controlled substance, unidentified pills, possession of an unlawful weapon and drug paraphernalia. The Blaine resident was booked into the Whatcom County Jail on several charges.

October 31, 4:55 p.m.: A local storage facility called the Blaine Police to report people using drugs on the property. Officers arrived and determined the suspects had been smoking marijuana. The smoker was of legal age and was given a verbal warning.

October 31, 9:01 p.m.: Officers responded to a shots complaint. It was determined to be fireworks in Canada.

November 1, 12:00 p.m.: A woman called the police to report an incident that occurred the other day while she was walking her dog. A neighbor sped up to her and stopped abruptly. The man then got out of his truck and started yelling at the woman. Based upon the woman’s description of events, no crime is believed to have occurred. The officer suggested the woman pursue a protection order against the man.

November 1, 1:25 p.m.: A person reported someone ran into his boat while it was parked unattended in the Blaine Marina. A police officer arrived and located the driver of the other boat who was not aware he struck another boat while turning around in the marina. The police officer investigated the collision and took down both owners information for a boat collision report. The police cleared with no further incident.

November 2, 9:40 a.m.: A person reported an unknown man came out of a wooded area and walked up to her to give her a pie. The man proceeded to follow her towards her house until the husband came out.  The unknown man quickly left the area. The US Border Patrol found the person and stayed with him until the police arrived. A police officer arrived and contacted the male subject and identified him. The police determined no crime was committed, but ask the person to not return. The person packed up his campsite, and later requested a courtesy ride to the mission.

November 2, 1:00 p.m.: A business called police to report being the victim of a fraudulent shipping transaction. The business was hired by another transportation company to drive a shipment of produce from Bakersfield, CA to Shelbyville, IN. An officer spoke to the local business representative and advised him of the civil nature of the call and what action would need to be taken from this point.

November 2, 6:15 p.m.: Blaine Police responded to the 900 block of Ruby Street for a report of stalking. Officers later arrested and booked a suspect.

November 3, 2:48 p.m.: A business reported a person came into their business bothering customers by touching them and asking for a ride. The business requested the person be trespassed from the business. The police located the subject and issued him a notice of trespass. The person signed the notice and said he would not return. The police advised the person if he did return he could be arrested for trespassing. The person left the area without incident and with a copy of the trespass notice.

November 3, 3:11 p.m.: A woman called the police to report her property was taken while she was away on vacation. The woman confronted her neighbor who admitted to taking the property. She did not want charges pressed against the suspect, only to have her property returned and the suspect trespassed from her property.

Reports provided by the Blaine Police Department.

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