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Pedestrian Hit Crossing Evergreen Way in South Everett

October 14, 2014


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Evergreen car-pedEverett Police are still gathering details following a truck vs. pedestrian crash at 118th and Evergreen Way in south Everett. The crash happened about 7:00am when a 69-year-old man was trying to cross 6 lanes of Evergreen Way in front of the Starbucks just south of the Wal-Mart. Two lanes of traffic were able to stop for the pedestrian but he was struck by a small pickup truck in the 3rd lane. That driver stayed on the scene and is cooperating with Everett police. The injuries did not appear to be life-threatening and the investigation is ongoing.

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Everett Police Say Don’t Drop A Dime, Report Your Crime Online…

October 13, 2014


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You can now use your keyboard instead of your phone to report crime in Everett, WA

Okay the following joint press release doesn’t exactly say that, but Everett Police and Snohomish County Sheriff are asking folks who basically just need a police report for insurance purposes to file online instead of calling 9-1-1…

Type and click. That’s how easy it is to submit an online crime report thanks to a new tool being used by two of Snohomish County’s largest law enforcement agencies. In September, the Everett Police Department and Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office, in collaboration with the county’s primary emergency dispatch agency, SNOPAC, launched the new online crime reporting site

“It’s important to report all crimes, even minor ones, but we know it can sometimes be time-consuming,” said Sheriff Ty Trenary.  “The online tool is a faster way for residents to submit their report and get on with their lives.”

The online crime reporting tool — which can be accessed via mobile device — may be especially useful for victims who need a crime report number for insurance purposes but don’t want to wait for an officer or deputy to respond.  The online tool generates a crime report number and sends that number to the victim’s e-mail, typically within 72 business hours. All reports are reviewed by law enforcement personnel.

Another benefit to the online crime report is that it reduces the need for law enforcement to follow-up on every call in person, meaning officers and deputies can spend more time on proactive patrol.  However, crime victims can still request an in-person follow-up, and anyone with questions about a crime and how to report it should still call 911.

“The online reporting program will free up officers and deputies to do patrol work, rather than paperwork,” said Everett Police Chief Dan Templeman.

While the online tool is valuable for reporting minor crimes, there are some reports that must be made by calling 911. Types of crimes that cannot be reported online include felonies, crimes where the suspect is known, where the address of the incident is unknown and/or where the value of something stolen or damaged exceeds $5,000. The minimum requirements for filing a report online are that the reporting party has an e-mail address and that they know the location where the incident occurred.

Examples of crimes recently reported online include:

  • Vandalism – Graffiti on the side of a homeowner’s garage
  • Theft – A stolen cell phone
  • Theft – A bike stolen from school
  • Vehicle damage, prowl – A “smash and grab” of a GPS device from a vehicle

Both agencies stress if you aren’t sure, go ahead and call 9-1-1.

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Woman Killed in I-5 Crash in Everett Friday Afternoon

October 10, 2014


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Photo courtesy WSP Twitter feed

A woman was killed and a 31-year-old man from Everett is at Harborview Hospital after a crash on northbound I-5 across from the Everett Mall Friday. Troopers say the crash occurred shortly before 1:30pm when a Corvette and another vehicle collided. It appears this was a hit and run and troopers are asking anyone who saw the crash to call detectives at 360-654-1141. There was a possibility the corvette was racing a white SUV or pickup with a lone male driver who fled from the scene. More details as we get them.

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6 Kids Sent to Hospital After Daycare Van Crash in South Everett

October 7, 2014

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The van ended up striking a fire hydrant

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6 pre-schoolers were taken to Providence Regional Medical Center for observation after the van they were riding in was involved in a crash at Madison and Beverly Lane Tuesday morning. According to Assistant Everett Fire Marshal Eric Hicks, there were 10 kids in the van when it collided with a smaller vehicle. The van ended up on the sidewalk, striking a fire hydrant. Everett Fire brought out a former command vehicle to keep the four kids not sent to the hospital warm and safe. They were then taken to be reunited with their parents. Everett Police Spokesman Aaron Snell says there did not appear to be any serious injuries and patrol officers are handling the investigation. Here are a few pictures taken at the scene.

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One Injured At Saturday Morning Roll-Over Crash In Everett’s Lowell Neighborhood

October 4, 2014



The only occupant of the car was the driver


The scene on S. 3rd street Saturday morning


This Jeep was hit in the crash

South 3rd street in Lowell was blocked for about an hour Saturday morning after a Ford Taurus struck a parked Jeep and rolled over. The driver of the Taurus was injured and taken to an Everett hospital. No other injuries and Everett Police say the crash is under investigation. Click photos to enlarge.

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Knife Wielding Robber Slips Away From Everett Police, Arrested in Marysville

October 2, 2014


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It was a busy Thursday evening for police in Everett, WA. Twitter followers tell us it was quite a scene in north Everett as police surrounded a house in the 1000 block of Maple after a report of an assault with a weapon. Everett Police Spokesman Aaron Snell provides the details in this press release…

At about 5:30 p.m., officers were dispatched to a residence in the 1000 block of Maple St. on the report of an assault with a weapon. Arriving officers contacted the victim homeowner who stated that a male came over to his house to collect on a debt. The victim and the male got into an altercation during which the male pulled out a knife and also took a handgun from the victim. The victim was able to get out of the house and called 911.

The victim believed the male was still inside his house and officers contained the area. Commands were given for the male to come out and a robot was used to look inside the home. While Everett officers worked to contact the male, Marysville Police Department found the male at a house in Marysville. He was detained and is expected to be booked into the Snohomish County jail.

The victim suffered minor wounds and was not taken to a hospital.

Snell says a short time after that there was more excitement after a young girl was hit while crossing the street at Pacific and Pine…

Traffic detectives are investigating a collision that injured a juvenile in a crosswalk.

At about 7:45 p.m., a 9 year-old girl and an adult were crossing Pacific Ave in a crosswalk at the intersection with Pine St. A vehicle travelling westbound on Pacific Ave struck the girl who sustained non-life threatening injuries. The girl was transported to Providence Regional Medical Center Everett – Colby Campus.

The driver of the vehicle remained at the scene for the investigation.

At this time, it does not appear that alcohol or drugs were factors in the collision.

The adult was not injured and the girl’s medical status is unknown.

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Everett Police Hiring 15 New Officers For 2015

October 2, 2014


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Officer Meg DiBucci talking with a potential applicant

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Sgt. Ryan Dalberg at a hiring event in Everett today.

The Everett Police Department is stepping up recruitment efforts to hire 15 new officers next year. According to Everett Police Sgt. Ryan Dalberg these aren’t new positions. “We’re just trying to fill our regular allotment of officers, said Dalberg. “These openings are due to retirements and our normal attrition.” Dalberg went on to say that the two biggest challenges the department faces in getting qualified candidates are the ability to pass the physical fitness test and the background check. “We have extremely high standards for who can become an Everett Police officer,” said Dalberg. “It’s one thing to think you can do 30 push-ups, etc. It’s another to actually do it during the pressure of testing.” In order to meet the goal of hiring 15 officers in 2015 Everett Police plan to attend more hiring events, add an additional test next year, assign additional background investigators, continue to work with Naval Station Everett on career transition for Naval personnel and advertise to a wider audience. Click here to find out the requirements for becoming an Everett Police officer. The next testing period is set for early 2015.

Here are a few of the current benefits…

120 hours of vacation in the first year

Sick Leave accrued at 6 hours per pay period and Holiday Pay – 12 paid holidays per year

Medical benefits, including vision and dental coverage for officers and their dependents

Longevity Pay OR College Incentive Pay

Employer match of $150.00/month to a deferred compensation plan

College Reimbursement Program

State Pension Plan (LEOFF)

Entry-Level 1st Year Salary: $60,768 +$1800 deferred compensation = $62,568 total 1st year base pay

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