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Police Blotter: November 13-17, 2022

 

November 23, 2022



Sunday, November 13

1:11 p.m.: Found boat– A 12-foot aluminum boat was found on the side of the road. The information was posted on social media in an attempt to locate the owner. Bay View Edison Rd., Greater La Conner.

Monday, November 14

8:51 a.m.: Fender bender – A vehicle stopped for a school bus letting children off. The other vehicle couldn't stop in time and crashed into the back of it. Both drivers reported minimal damages to their vehicles. Best/Fir Island Rds., Greater La Conner.

Tuesday, November 15

8:38 a.m.: Lost civilian – A suspicious male was located walking in the area. He told law enforcement he was lost and was trying to get back to Bellingham. The man was given a ride to the Mount Vernon Bus Station. Beaver Marsh Rd., Greater La Conner.

3:39 p.m.: Car crash – A Ford truck crashed into the back of a Honda passenger car that was stopped for a vehicle waiting to turn off the road. The occupants of the Honda were transported to the hospital for treatment of injuries from the collision. Maple Ave., La Conner.

Wednesday, November 16

1:26 a.m.: Bar fight – Two patrons got into a physical fight inside the bar. Some furniture in the bar and on the sidewalk was turned over. No injuries were reported to law enforcement. One patron was permanently banned from the tavern. 1st St., La Conner.

3:16 a.m.: Found firearm – A firearm was in a vehicle and collected for safe keeping by law enforcement. 3rd St., La Conner.

8:34 a.m.: Shellfish thieves – A group of people were caught taking shellfish from a privately owned shellfish farm. The people were contacted and told not to return to the property. Similk Bay Rd., Greater La Conner.

Thursday, November 17

8:34 a.m.: Scam attempt – A citizen received a text message with an online link from an individual pretending to be UPS and stated they had the incorrect shipping information. The link went to a website requesting the citizen's credit card information. The citizen recognized the attempt as a scam and didn't give any information. Center St., La Conner.

 

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