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Only Minor Injuries in Rollover Crash at Brien Ford in Everett Monday Night

July 28, 2014

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Luckily for those involved this crash looked worse than it was. According to Everett Police on the scene, three people in a sport utility vehicle suffered non-life threatening injuries when their vehicle rolled over in front of Brien Ford at 52nd and Evergreen Way shortly after 10 o’clock Monday night. A city of Everett bus stop was demolished, a light pole collapsed onto a new truck and a hose bib broke off sending water down Evergreen Way. The cause of the accident is still under investigation. Here are some photos taken at the scene. Click photos to enlarge.

Brien Ford Crash

Brien Ford Crash

Brien Ford Crash

Brien Ford Crash

Brien Ford Crash

Brien Ford Crash

Brien Ford Crash

Brien Ford Crash


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Everett Neighborhoods Invited to Participate in National Night Out Against Crime

July 24, 2014

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National Night Out in Everett has evolved from one location into more than 20 across the city.

While nearly two dozen neighborhoods are already planning to participate in Everett’s Night Out Against Crime on August 5th, there’s still room for more. Here are the details from Meghan Pembroke at the City of Everett…

2014 marks the 31st year of National Night Out Against Crime events throughout the country. This year, more than 20 neighborhood and community events are scheduled in Everett for Tuesday, Aug. 5.

 

“We encourage residents to get to know their neighbors at one of these great events,” said Wendy McClure, office of neighborhoods coordinator. “Neighbors who know each other are more likely to look out for each other, prevent crime, and help each other when emergencies or natural disasters strike.”

 

National Night Out is designed to heighten awareness of crime and drug prevention, generate support and participation in local anti-crime efforts, strengthen neighborhood relationships and form police-community partnerships to reduce crime.

 

In 1984, 400 communities in 23 states participated in National Night Out.  This year, more than 37 million people in 15,325 communities from all 50 states, U.S. territories, Canada and military bases worldwide are expected to participate.

 

Mayor Ray Stephanson and Police Chief Dan Templeman, as well as members of the Everett City Council, Everett Police Department, Everett Fire Department, Emergency Management division, Office of Neighborhoods and other city staff will participate in celebrations throughout the city. CLICK HERE for specific neighborhood locations and event details.

 

Interested in hosting a National Night Out event or block party? Events can be as simple as getting together with neighbors for a half hour or inviting the whole neighborhood for a potluck and games. Contact the Office of Neighborhoods with questions and to register an Everett National Night Out event: wmcclure@everettwa.gov or 425-257-8717.


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3 Injured in Crash at 40th and Broadway in Everett Tuesday Night

July 22, 2014

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An Everett firefighter uses the “Jaws of Life” to remove a door from one of the cars in order to remove the driver.

According to initial reports from officers on the scene, a 3 vehicle crash at 40th and Broadway Tuesday evening sent 3 men to the hospital. It did not appear, from the initial observation, that the injuries were life threatening. The northbound off-ramp from I-5 to Broadway at 41st was shut down for about an 45 minutes while medics treated the injured and officers investigated. The Everett Fire Department did have to use the “Jaws of Life” to remove a door to free one of the drivers. The cause of the crash is still under investigation. Here are a few more pictures from the scene…

Everett crash

Two men being treated after getting out of their car.

Everett crash

A door of one car was removed to get access to the driver.

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The I-5 ramp to Broadway was closed while the victims were helped.


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Search For Missing Everett Woman Enters 2nd Week – UPDATE

July 22, 2014

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Ethel O'Neil

A picture of Ethel O’Neil in the last clothing she was seen wearing.

Wednesday July 23rd UPDATE: Everett Police have released the following picture taken showing what Ethel O’Neil was wearing when she was last seen. Please share and continue to keep an eye out for her or her baby blue Chevy Nova. WA license # ADP6803.

Ethel O'Neil

If you see Ethel O’Neil or her call please call 9-1-1.

The State Patrol issued an Amber Alert today for 89-year-old Ethel O’Neil. O’Neil is listed with the Endangered Missing Person Advisory (EMPA) through the Washington State Patrol.

Community tips indicate O’Neil was last seen in the Lake Stevens / Marysville area on Wednesday afternoon where she asked for a map and directions back to Everett. Additional information indicates she was not in Thurston County (Olympia / Lacey) area over the weekend. Detectives are focusing on the Snohomish County area.


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Getting Reports of Slick Roadways in Everett

July 20, 2014

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No injuries after the driver lost control early Sunday morning.

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A visual reminder on the need to slow down after the first rain in a long time.

Just enough rain has fallen to bring up the oil on the streets around Everett to make for some slick spots. No major injury accidents yet. Remember to give yourself extra time when stopping and starting. Shortly after midnight Saturday, this car lost control on Mukilteo Boulevard just west of Harborview Park. Thankfully there were no injuries. Click photos to enlarge.


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No Apparent Victim in Shots Fired Call in North Everett Wednesday Night

July 16, 2014

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An officer examines a shell casing before putting it into an evidence bag.

Everett Police found shell casings, witnesses but no victims in a shots fired call in the 2200 block of Hoyt Avenue in north Everett Wednesday evening. According to Everett Police Spokesman Aaron Snell, around 7:15pm, several people called 9-1-1 to report a person had come out of a house in the 2200 block of Hoyt and fired multiple shots from a handgun at a car driving by. The suspect then went back toward the house and the car sped off. Officers responded, blocked off the street and called the occupants out of the house. They then searched the house to make sure no one there was injured and conducted a K-9 search for the suspect who was not located. While police recovered several shell casings from the street in front of the house, the people in the car that was fired upon have yet to report the incident to police and there haven’t been any reports of injuries. Snell says the case is currently under investigation. Here are a few pictures taken at the scene.

Hoyt shots call

Everett Police officers approach the house on Hoyt where the shooter reportedly had been.

Hoyt shooting call

An officer photographs a shell casing before it is collected.

Hoyt shooting

Everett Police Chief Dan Templeman in the far background speaks with an officer about the call.


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WSP Issues Name and Photo of Attempted Carjacker From I-5 in Everett Monday

July 14, 2014

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William Westmoreland

If you see William Westmoreland, call 9-1-1.

It was a wild scene on southbound Interstate 5 just south of 112th street in Everett Monday afternoon. According to Trooper Mark Francis from the Washington State Patrol, shortly before 3pm a motorcycle was seen driving erratically on southbound I-5 when the rider drove directly into the back of a car. The bike went down and when citizens tried to render assistance to the rider, who appeared to be injured, he fought with them and attempted to carjack a woman’s vehicle with two children inside. She fought him off and he ran away. Francis says the man then stole a Mazda Miata. While they have yet to locate the suspect he apparently left his identification at the scene. Tonight Francis issued a picture of the attempted carjacker he identified as 38-year-old William Westmoreland from Stanwood. He’s possibly driving a silver or black Mazda Miata If you see him you’re asked to call 9-1-1.


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