Feb. 28

5:28 a.m.: A daycare reported vandalism to one of their vehicles, a suspect was located and admitted to the damage, on the 3700 block of 168th Street NE.

Feb. 29

2:02 p.m.: A laptop computer was stolen from the attendance office on the 4400 block of 172nd Street NE

March 1

1:45 p.m.: An unknown person kicked in the front door of a home for sale, removed the doorknob and real estate lockbox and replaced the knob with another one for which they apparently had a key, on the 6700 block of Bovee Lane.

March 3

3:31 p.m.: An adult female was confronted by store security officers as she left the store without paying for her groceries, suspect fled the scene leaving behind the groceries and miscellaneous personal items, suspect was mailed a citation for theft, on the 20500 block of Olympic Place.

March 5

2:05 a.m.: An adult male was arrested for possession of marijuana, cocaine, driving while license suspended third degree, possession of drug paraphernalia and outstanding warrants on the 16500 block of 42nd Avenue NE.

7:30 a.m.: A driver was mailed an infraction for passing a stopped school bus with red lights flashing after disregarding them and putting children in danger, on the 3700 block of 175th Place NE.

3:13 p.m.: A home was burglarized, video games and televisions stolen, estimated loss of $5,250 on the 18800 block of 46th Avenue NE.

March 7

11:53 p.m.: An adult female reported the theft of her walker which was parked outside her apartment building, estimated loss of $274, on the 18300 block of Smokey Point Boulevard.

March 9

6:47 p.m.: A juvenile male pumped $47 worth of gas and fled without paying, he later reported his vehicle stolen in an attempt to cover up the theft. He later admitted to both crimes and was charged with theft of auto fuel, on the 500 block of North West Avenue.

March 10

5:20 a.m.: A vehicle stolen from Arlington was recovered in Everett in good condition but missing tires, on the 8500 block of 212th Street NE.

11:36 a.m.: A juvenile male was arrested for possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia on the 18800 block of Crown Ridge Boulevard.

March 11

10:45 a.m.: A woman reported receiving a threatening e-mail from an unknown person. After an investigation was conducted it was determined the e-mail was a hoax message sent to multiple people throughout the country, on the 17500 block of 59th Avenue NE.

March 12

5:23 p.m.: A mother let her son take her cell phone to school and someone stole it out of his gym locker on the 600 block of East First Street.

8:17 p.m.: A woman arrested for theft was found to be in possession of birth certificates and other miscellaneous paperwork which was stolen along with a purse from a local athletic facility in November 2007, on the 100 block of East Third Street.

March 13

7:59 a.m.: An unknown person broke into the water/sewer department's locked, fenced yard and punched out several locks on vehicles and stole a gas card and two cameras, on the 100 block of West Cox Street.

March 15

5:29 p.m.: An adult female reported the theft of lawn ornaments from her yard on the 1200 block of East Fifth Street.

March 16

9:31 a.m.: A backpack and a laptop were stolen out of a locked car that was parked in a driveway on the 20000 block of 48th Avenue NE.

March 17

7:22 a.m.: An adult male reported the theft of his car, it was recovered later the same day in unincorporated Snohomish County on the 4700 block of 196th Place NE.

8:59 a.m.: An adult male reported someone entered his vehicle overnight without his permission and stole a toolbox containing approximately $400 worth of tools.

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