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Police Reports

April 1

7:37 a.m.: A vehicle was stolen off the street in the 3300 block of 186th Place NE.

8:09 a.m.: A male and a female were taken to jail on outstanding warrants after a call was made about a disturbance taking place outside of McDonald’s in the 3500 block of 172nd Street NE.

10:22 a.m.: A male was cited for assault for domestic violence and interfering with the reporting of a domestic violence situation in the 200 block of South Olympic Avenue. The male had already left the residence.

3:57 p.m.: An unoccupied vehicle was parked in a parking lot and was struck on the passenger side in the 300 block of South Stillaguamish Avenue. No note was left.

6:40 p.m.: A male was arrested for an outstanding warrant and for failure to transfer title within 45 days in the 7100 block of 204th Street NE.

8 p.m.: Someone stole a bicycle from a residence in the 300 block of East Highland Drive.

April 2

2:55 a.m.: A female was booked into jail for driving under the influence of alcohol and driving without an ignition interlock in the 17700 block of Smokey Point Blvd.

10:59 a.m.: Officers responded to a reported domestic violence assault in the 19200 block of 46th Avenue NE.

8:51 p.m.: A male was given a criminal citation for driving while license was suspended at the intersection of State Route 530 and Island Crossing.

10:28 p.m.: Police responded to a verbal domestic dispute over a cell phone being taken away in the 400 block of East Gilman Avenue.

April 3

3:47 a.m.: A female was booked into jail for assault for domestic violence after hitting her husband along side of his head during a dispute in a vehicle in the 7900 block of 210th Place NE.

11:11 a.m.: A man was cited for trespassing two for going into his neighbors yard and lurking in the 4500 block of 192nd Place NE.

1:01 p.m.: A report was taken for a stolen license plate in the 100 block of East Third Street.

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