Northwest NEWS

January 21, 2002

Events

Duvall Police Report

Courtesy of the Duvall Police Department
   Jan. 1 - A person was reported missing. The individual was later located by the family.
   Officers responded to a reported vehicle prowl in the area of Bird St.
   Police arrested a man for an outstanding warrant. The suspect was booked into the King County Jail.
   Jan. 2 - Officers arrested a man on a local warrant for driving without a license. He was booked into King County Jail.
   Officers responded to two neighbor dispute calls; warnings were issued for creating a public disturbance.
   Officers responded to two reported mail thefts and a vandalism. These investigations are ongoing.
   Police took a report of a missing wallet.
   Jan. 4 - Officers responded to a residential burglary in the area of Cherry St. The investigation is ongoing.
   A lost property report was taken for a missing cell phone.
   Police responded to a verbal domestic disturbance. The parties were separated and counseling was provided.
   Officers responded to a neighbor dispute; warnings were issued for public disturbance.
   Jan. 7 - Police responded to a property damage/non-injury traffic accident at Woodinville-Duvall and Main. St.
   Jan. 8 - Officers responded to reported gunshots in the area of the high school. Police, upon arrival, contacted several juveniles and determined they were shooting off fireworks. One juvenile was charged with minor in consumption of alcohol.
   A report was taken from a local business for unlawful issuance of checks for several hundred dollars. The investigation is ongoing.
   Jan. 9 - Officers contacted a suspicious vehicle with several individuals. Upon investigation, officers found narcotics and drug paraphernalia. All the subjects were arrested and their vehicle was impounded.
   Jan. 12 - Police located a missing person/runaway and the juvenile was returned home safely.
   Jan. 14 - Officers responded to a reported residential burglary in the area of Beadonhall. The investigation is ongoing.