Tag: police logs
By Caleb Hutton
Here are some things that won’t make the paper, but have some news value.
According to Whatcom County Undersheriff Jeff Parks:
Kevin Andrew Davis, 27, jail booking number 219004. Davis was drinking with a former girlfriend, 23, at a Maple Place home, in the Glenhaven area. They had dated for almost a year, but broke up in April. They got into an argument, and the girlfriend locked Davis out of the house. She went into another room when she heard him kick through the door. He barged in and choked her. When he realized someone had called 911, he ran out of the house. Sheriff’s deputies caught him within Bellingham city limits and booked him into jail on investigation of first-degree burglary, second-degree assault and malicious mischief.
The next annotation is my note.
Reported: Sep 18 2012 7:33AM
Location: 100 BLK CHUCKANUT DR N
Offense: MALICIOUS MISCHIEF
Case #: 12B34914
Vandals struck again at Fairhaven Park. They were unsuccessful in kicking out windows this time but did break another window and kill a wild bat that lived in the eaves.
Second time that pavilion has been targeted in a couple of weeks.
The following three cases were detailed by Bellingham police spokesman Mark Young.
Reported: Sep 18 2012 4:14PM
Location: 600 BLK W HOLLY ST
Offense: ASSAULT – Felony
Case #: 12B35024
Police responded to a possible assault at the above location. (V1) was found bleeding from cuts to his head and face. (V1) was heavily intoxicated and, at the time of the report, was unable to provide details of what occurred.
Still under investigation. Police are still trying to confirm this was actually an assault. Both people involved were probably very intoxicated. The injured man, 28, knows the other man well, and police know both of them well, too. Officers have not been able to confirm what happened because they have not been able to interview the injured man. Other “parties” involved have been interviewed. Police aren’t seeking help from the public in locating the other man. They know who it is and how to reach him.
Reported: Sep 18 2012 5:41PM
Location: 900 BLK LAKEWAY DR
Offense: ACCIDENT – INJURY
Case #: 12B35038
An accident occured at the above location
The injuries weren’t serious. Nobody was taken to the hospital.
Reported: Sep 18 2012 8:02PM
Location: 1900 BLK KING ST
Offense: DEATH INVESTIGATION
Case #: 12B35058
Officers responded to 1901 King Street on a death investigation.
Possible drug overdose in a gas station bathroom. At the time of the report, cause and manner of death were awaiting confirmation from the county medical examiner.
By Caleb Hutton
From the Bellingham police logs, here’s a list of things found this week around the city.
Sunday, June 17
12:07 p.m. Two kayaks found in the 1500 block of East Maplewood Avenue. It’s just a report. Doesn’t say whether they were impounded or returned to the owner.
3:10 p.m. Cell phone turned in to the Bellingham Police Department, 505 Grand Ave., and returned to owner.
Monday, June 18
10:49 a.m. An employee at a business in the 700 block of Birchwood Avenue reports a gun left in a case in the bathroom. The gun owner returned and said he forgot his gun.
Tuesday, June 19
3:30 p.m. Ammo impounded at the police department to be destroyed.
Wednesday, June 20
1:40 p.m. A purse and “other bags” found near the 4200 block of Wilkin Street, on the northwest side of Lake Padden. Property impounded, and at the time of the report, police were trying to contact the owners.
Thursday, June 21
3:17 p.m. Bike found in the 1600 block of C Street.
8:41 p.m. An officer on bike patrol finds a “full-size samurai sword in the tall grass” at the southwest edge of Civic Field Park, in the 1400 block of Puget Street, near Carl Cozier Elementary School. Sword impounded for safekeeping.
Friday, June 22
6:34 a.m. Police find CDs, a cell phone and a jacket along the roadside in the 800 block of 38th Street. All impounded.
8:04 p.m. Wallet found in the 2100 block of Northshore Drive. Turned in to police.
8:20 p.m.: Someone turns in unused ammunition found in the 2900 block of Yew Street. Listed as a “suspicious circumstance.” (Time is unlisted on the log, but the case number suggests it happened about then.)
9:19 p.m. A man finds a bayonet in the woods beside the 400 block of Westerly Road, near the Cordata Community Food Co-op.
Posted by Caleb Hutton
Text courtesy of the Blaine Police Department, with minor edits for style.
Friday, June 8
6:02 p.m. A student reported a blue 24-inch Roadmaster mountain bike with orange writing had been stolen from the bike rack at the Blaine Elementary School.
Saturday, June 9
11:24 a.m. A girl called the police from Cedar Street and requested transportation to the hospital so she could talk to mental heath staff. The teenager had no transportation and no money for the bus. An officer provided the transport to Bellingham.
2:12 p.m. A knuckle on a southbound freight train broke and left the train blocking the intersection of Bell Road and Peace Portal Drive for more than 70 minutes. Two officers provided traffic control on both sides of the blockage, advising motorists of the situation and providing those not familiar with the area directions for an alternative route.
11:20 p.m. Officers were dispatched to a Blaine business for a report of a disturbance in the bar. Officers arrived and spoke with onsite security who advised they had escorted a man from the bar who was being boisterous and verbally argumentative. It was also reported that the man was unable to pay for his round trip taxi ride from Bellingham back to Blaine. The resident was able to secure funds from an ATM machine to pay for the taxi. The taxi service then took the man to his home, after receiving his money for the trip upfront.
Monday, June 11
9:01 a.m. An officer stopped a vehicle for speeding on H Street. The driver, who was found to be driving with a suspended license, was arrested, cited and released with a mandatory court appearance. The passenger in the vehicle left the traffic stop to attend an appointment. When located a few blocks away waiting for a cab, the passenger was arrested on multiple warrants through multiple agencies, and booked into jail.
Note: Kyle Randall Wheeler was booked by the Blaine Police Department at 11:52 a.m. Monday for failure to appear for several charges, including second-degree assault and second-degree malicious mischief.
2:28 p.m. An officer investigated an assault when a victim reported she had been struck over the past five days by her boyfriend, and had been strangled to the point of unconsciousness. The officer developed probable cause to arrest the suspect for felony assault, and booked him into jail for second-degree assault. He was booked into jail.
Note: Logan Slade Carmona was booked into jail that evening for second-degree domestic violence assault.