Northwest NEWS

May 13, 2002


Duvall Police Report

Courtesy of the Duvall Police Department
   April 29-Officers responded to Cedarcrest High School to the report of a car versus pedestrian accident. Officers arrived and determined that the accident had occurred on Friday, April 26. Statements from both individuals involved did not indicate either recklessness or negligence.
   April 30- Officers investigated a suspicious vehicle driving through the Taylor Heights neighborhood. Turned out to be a real-estate agent looking for prospects.
   May 1-Officers responded to Cedarcrest High School for a possession of marijuana case.
   May 2-Pursuant to a traffic stop, officers questioned a Snoqualmie man for driving with a suspended license.
   May 3-Pursuant to a traffic stop, officers arrested a Kenmore woman for driving with a suspended license.
   May 4-Officers responded to a commercial alarm on Brown Avenue and investigated a barking dog complaint on Third Ave.
   May 5-Officers contacted a local man hitchhiking along the side of the road. He provided the officers with his name and date of birth. Upon confirming his identity, the officer found that he had a felony warrant out of Snohomish County. The officer placed him into custody without incident. He was released into the custody of the Snohomish County Sheriff.
   May 5-While on routine patrol, a local citizen who contacted officers told the officers that someone had left a water pipe and some green vegetable matter in a shared laundry facility. Officers responded to the apartment complex and confiscated the property.
   May 5-Officers responded to a local business on Main Street for a found property call. A delivery person found a few sacks of personal items dumped in the driveway of the business. Officers canvassed the area but could not find any clues as to the owner of the items.