Theft. A 26-year-old Everett man tried to take a television valued at $1,000 from Magnolia Audio Video, 725 S. E. Everett Mall Way. Store employees, who had seen...
SUNDAY: Theft. A 26-year-old Everett man tried to take a television valued at $1,000 from Magnolia Audio Video, 725 S.E. Everett Mall Way. Store employees, who had seen the man the previous evening, observed him putting the TV in its box next to an exit. When he tried to haul it outside, a police officer and the store’s security officer were waiting. He was arrested and booked into the Snohomish County Jail.
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SATURDAY: Assault. A 35-year-old Seattle man allegedly attacked a 19-year-old Mukilteo man on an Everett Transit bus near 40th Street and Rucker Avenue. The driver stopped the bus, and the two men continued the fight outside. When a police officer arrived, the bus driver was holding down the 35-year-old. The officer arrested the man, gave him a court date and released him.
FRIDAY: Vehicle break-in. A 34-year-old Arlington man told police someone had broken into his 1987 Honda Accord, which he had parked in the 6000 block of West Magnolia Avenue. Audio equipment valued at $2,200 was stolen.
THURSDAY: Malicious mischief. Police were investigating damage to several mailboxes at the Rivendale Condos, 13400 Dumas Road. Owners found a mailbox structure with several compartments broken open and estimated the damage at $1,000.
SATURDAY: Theft. A $1,500 Dell laptop computer was stolen from a 44-year-old Mill Creek man’s car while it was parked in the 16100 block of 29th Drive.
SATURDAY: Malicious mischief. Two city employees reported separate incidents of vandalism and graffiti at restrooms at Mill Creek Sports Park, 13903 North Creek Drive. City workers estimated damage at more than $200.
THURSDAY: Police chase. An officer responded to a call about a suspicious man hiding in bushes next to an apartment at 1300 Mill Creek Blvd. The officer chased the man until they entered a thicket of blackberry bushes and the officer suffered cuts to his face. He was transported to Stevens Hospital for stitches and released. Other officers found what appeared to be the man’s backpack full of tools for breaking into cars, but he got away.
SUNDAY: Reckless driving. A 19-year-old Snohomish County man was seen doing doughnuts in a parking lot and running a red light. Officers caught him in the 8800 block of Highway 532 and issued a citation.
FRIDAY: Driving under the influence. Witnesses told police that a driver had hit a parked car and fled the scene, but they had been able to write down the license-plate number. Officers spotted the car a short time later and arrested the driver for DUI and hit and run.
Compiled by Seattle Times Snohomish County bureau reporter Rosario Daza.