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The Crime Blotter: Everett undercover police seize drugs, gun, and money from repeat offender

Sep 21, 2022, 2:54 PM | Updated: Oct 19, 2022, 4:33 pm

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Everett Police arrested a man who allegedly had a loaded .40 caliber Smith and Wesson handgun, fentanyl pills, methamphetamine, suboxone, unidentified suspected narcotics, and over $4,400 in cash. (Everett ACT)

(Everett ACT)

Everett Police say a few days ago, members of their Anti-Crime Team (ACT) saw a man that had an active Department of Corrections warrant at a gas station in Everett.

According to Everett Police, the man has multiple convictions for unlawful firearm possession. He left the location on a motorcycle and was followed by undercover officers to Shoreline, where he parked at a Safeway.

Officers say the man attempted to evade arrest but was arrested by ACT and a few members of the Violent Offender Task Force (VOTF) who were in the area and responded to assist.

Police say he had a loaded .40 caliber Smith and Wesson handgun tucked into his waistband. He also had fentanyl pills, methamphetamine, suboxone, unidentified suspected narcotics, and over $4,400 in cash.

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Edmonds police search for assailant, new details of getaway vehicle emerge

Edmonds Police continue investigating an indecent liberties assault – another term for unwanted sexual contact – that occurred at Ranch 99 Market on September 13th. Officers say initial information from witnesses indicated that the suspect left as the passenger in a vehicle.

Further investigation determined the suspect arrived and left in a small, light blue or silver SUV, possibly a Mazda CX-5, and was the driver. The suspect is seen hastily exiting the store, getting into the suspect vehicle, and driving southbound through the parking lot toward 76th Ave W.

Edmonds PD says the suspect is a white man and between 35-45 years old. He is approximately 5-feet-7 inches tall with brown eyebrows and green eyes. He wore a two-tone beanie hat, face mask, white shirt, dark shorts, and light-colored sneakers with dark laces.

If you have any information, please get in touch with Edmonds Police at policetips@edmondswa.gov or 425-771-0212.

Detectives are also asking anyone who believes they may have been the victim of a similar attack to contact their local police and report the incident.

High-risk violent offender arrested for retail theft in Bellevue

Bellevue Police Officers responded to a robbery call at Factoria Mall where a suspect was accused of assaulting a loss prevention officer while stealing clothing.

Officers located the suspect hiding under a truck in the parking lot. The suspect had a felony warrant for unlawful possession of a firearm, a Department of Corrections escape warrant, and has been flagged as a high-risk violent offender.

He was arrested without incident and booked into jail.

Seattle Police look for missing 57-year-old woman

The Seattle Police Department is seeking the public’s help in finding a missing 57-year-old woman.

Kara is 5-feet-4 inches tall, with brown hair and blue eyes. She needs daily medication.

Police said she uses an electric wheelchair, but she left the charger at home.

According to police, Kara lives near Second Avenue and Stewart Street and may have taken a King County Metro bus.

If you see Kara, call 911.

 

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The Crime Blotter: Everett undercover police seize drugs, gun, and money from repeat offender