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December 2, 2022

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Small But Spirited Crowd For Caroling At Clark Park

The weather likely kept some folks away but there was still a spirited group of folks for the Bayside Neighborhood Association’s Wintertide Caroling at Clark Park Friday night. Here are a few photos.



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December 2, 2022

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Everett PD Investigating After Multiple Shots Fired In Vacant South Everett Bank Lot On Evergreen Way

Everett Police walk the bank parking lot looking for evidence.

Officers collected multiple shell casings.

Around 7:30 PM Everett Police were called to reports of multiple shots fired in a vacant bank parking lot just east of Fred Meyer in the 8500 block of Evergreen Way in south Everett.

Arriving officers found multiple shell casings in the lot next to Evergreen Way.

Everett Police patrol officers were sorting things out, speaking with witnesses, gathering shell casings and other evidence.

As of this writing there were no reports of injuries.

In late October, the manager of the Evergreen Way Fred Meyer came before the Everett City Council to ask for help in dealing with what he said was out of control crime and drug dealing around his store. You can see that story here.

Since that time Everett Police have met with the manager of that store as well as the Fred Meyer at Murphy’s Corner and stepped up patrols but problems continue to persist.

We’ll provide more updates as they become available.



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December 2, 2022

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Sheriff’s Office Debuts New Online Crime Data Dashboard

This in today from the Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office in Everett, Washington.

It takes a little bit of time for the data to load. Image provided by SCSO.

The Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office is announcing its first-ever public facing crime data dashboard. The Sheriff’s Office developed an interactive digital dashboard that encompasses crime data, crime trends, domestic violence data, weapons offenses and data from the Snohomish County Jail.

During the past several years, the world has continued to evolve, becoming more digitalized and making information instantly accessible online. The new public facing dashboard is now available on the Sheriff’s Office website and updates each week. Historically, Sheriff’s Office crime data was published at the end of each year.

“In a time when everything is becoming digital, I knew we needed to adapt and create a way to make our crime data available to our community in an easily accessible and timely manner,” said Sheriff Adam Fortney. “I want to thank our crime analysts who have spent endless hours improving our data integrity and developing the crime dashboard. This is one part of a multi-pronged approach using technology advancements to increase transparency and better serve our community.”

The Sheriff’s Office plans to continue expanding the dashboard to include in-depth data from the Snohomish County Jail and the Office of Professional Accountability.



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December 2, 2022

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Four Displaced In Friday Morning House Fire

Firefighters at the back of the home.

Crews enter the front.

Additional crews enter to take care of flames in the attic.

Another look at the back.

Neighbors brought armfuls of coats and blankets to warm the residents.

Rolling up hose on an icy street.

Fire inspectors begin their examination of the house to determine a cause.

Everett Firefighters responded to a house fire Friday morning in the 6500 block of Tyee Road.

Shortly after 8:30 AM Sno911 received multiple calls of smoke and flames coming from the back of the home.

Everett Firefighters were able to quickly get the blaze under control and there were no injuries.

Neighbors brought over armfuls of coats and blankets to comfort the four adults who were displaced.

Inspectors with Everett Fire were on scene working to determine the cause of the fire at this writing.

Here are a few photos. Click to enlarge.



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December 1, 2022

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Legion Park Lights Up With Wintertide Lights, Santa & Everett Firefighters

As the sun set, things got busy at Legion Park.

A few photos of happenings at Legion Park tonight at the Wintertide Lights at Evergreen Arboretum and Gardens kicked off their free event running thru December and Santa rode in on an Everett Firetruck to visit with kids while Everett Firefighters collected donations for VOAWW Food Band and Christmas House. Click photo to enlarge. Click here for upcoming Santa Cruise schedules and more Wintertide information!
 

Enter through the lighted archway into the Arboretum and Gardens.

Volunteers take donations and sign up kids for the book walk.

Kids can complete a map and win a prize.

Lots of folks stopped by the lights before going to see Santa across the park.

Santa was all smiles as he arrived at the park.

When your reindeer need rest this is a good back up ride.

Santa had treats for the kids.

“Rucker” was also on hand to visit with the kids.

Santa and Rucker with another smiling kiddo.



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December 1, 2022

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Santa’s Cruises With Everett Fire Department Begin Tonight

Santa and the crew will be spreading cheer all across Everett again this year!

Santa’s Cruises around various neighborhoods in Everett, Washington start tonight and will continue for the next two Thursdays. Santa will be riding on a big red Everett ire Truck and members of the Everett Fire Department will be along collecting donations for Volunteers of America and Christmas House. Here’s more.

SANTA’S SCHEDULE
Dec. 1, 2022
5 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.
Stop 1: Legion Park
145 Alverson Blvd, Everett, WA 98201

7 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Stop 2: Henry Jackson Park
3302 18th St, Everett, WA 98201
(Santa will enter at 18th and Chesnut)

Dec. 8, 2022
5 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.
Stop 1: Walter E. Hall Park
1226 W Casino Rd, Everett, WA 98204

7 p.m. – 8:30 p.m
Stop 2: Thornton A. Sullivan Park
11405 W, Silver Lake Rd, Everett, WA 98208

Dec. 15, 2022
5 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.
Stop 1: Forest Park
205 Park Rd, Everett, WA 98203

7 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Stop 2: Everett Mall
Outside of Burlington
1402 SE Everett Mall Way, Everett, WA 98208

Santa will be riding on a moving fire engine, please follow these safety guidelines for a fun and safe Wintertide:

While waiting for Santa, be sure to leave space, and stay clear of the fire engine with it arrives and departs.
Santa is a popular dude, so be kind to allow everyone some time with Santa.
Please do not attempt to climb on the fire engine (or Santa for that matter).
Some of the stop locations may be a little dark. We recommend a flashlight for safety.
Bundle up and dress for cold, wet, maybe even snowy weather.
Special thanks to Everett Fire, Everett Mall, and the Claus family.

Want to give back?
Everett Fire is collecting new and unopened toys for Christmas House, and nonperishable food for Volunteers of America. You can drop off your donations at an Everett Fire Station or give them to a firefighter when they roll through your neighborhood with Santa.

Everett Fire Stations accepting donations:

2801 Oakes Ave.
3619 Rucker Ave.
2201 16th St.
1600 Madison
5920 Glenwood Ave.
9520 Evergreen Way
11221 Silver Lake Rd.



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