Police Department Reports, November 25-December 2, 2020


November 14, 1:26 a.m.: The Blaine police responded to a possible prowler. A citizen’s dogs were barking at something in the backyard. He let the dogs out, and they ran to the back of the yard. He heard something that sounded like someone jumping over his fence but did not see anything. Blaine officers canvased the area and found a ripped open garbage bag in the neighbor’s yard. The officers determined it was an animal in the yard.

November 14, 12:39 p.m.: While on a related traffic stop, officers located suspected drug and drug paraphernalia inside of the vehicle. The individual was arrested, cited and released with a mandatory court date.

November 14, 3:14 p.m.: Officers responded to a local business for an individual who was refusing to wear a mask and was confrontational with employees. An officer arrived and trespassed the individual per the manager’s request.

November 15, 5:14 p.m.: Blaine police assisted a Canadian citizen with a missing person report when her boyfriend failed to meet her at Peace Arch Park at a designated time. It was discovered that the man had accidentally entered Canada and had been detained for several hours by local authorities.

November 16, 1:03 p.m.: A woman called police reporting trespassers on her property. Officers arrived and contacted a construction crew that had been hired by the woman. The workers said they were awaiting payment and would like to retrieve their tools from her property. The woman allowed the work crew to gather some of their tools. The workers advised several of their tools were missing. The woman denied any knowledge of the missing tools and claimed to have paid the crew several thousand dollars for work that was not done. Police advised both parties that the matter was civil and would need to be taken to small claims court.

November 19, 8:00 a.m.: Officers were called for an individual who provided their personal information to a person claiming to be with the Social Security Administration (SSA). Officers obtained the suspect’s information. The victim stated they called SSA and reported to them. The officer also provided them with the FBI IC3.gov website for further assistance.

November 19, 3:55 p.m.: While on a walk, a family located a cell phone on the ground. The cell phone was placed in the Blaine Police Department front office while an attempt was made to locate the owner via Facebook.

November 19, 6:33 p.m.: A Blaine officer responded to an ongoing neighbor dispute. A citizen believed his neighbor backed her vehicle into his car when parking. He did not witness the incident. He went and confronted her about the incident, but she did not want to talk to him. He told the police he did not want to file a police report about the accident. He just wanted to make a report about her not wanting to talk to him about it. She called the police to report her neighbor was harassing her. She said she did not hit his vehicle. Police determined no crime occurred.

November 20, 9:25 a.m.: Officers responded to the 500 block of 11th Street for a report of harassing phone calls. Officers arrived and determined the individual has been receiving harassing phone calls suspected to be her ex-husband. Most recently, several pizzas were delivered to her house that she did not order. Officers explained how to obtain an anti-harassment order, and the individual is going to follow up with their cell phone company in an attempt to obtain the numbers from the blocked calls. Officers cleared with no further incident.


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