Great Job By Everett Police At Trump Rally

Everett Police

Bicycle units from Seattle and Bellevue were among the agencies helping Everett Police Tuesday.

Everett Police coordinated more than 200 officers from at least a dozen local agencies during Donald Trump’s stop in Everett yesterday.

There were also multiple State and Federal agencies involved in the visit each with their own special set of needs. is still waiting for the final numbers to detail the costs of the Trump event to the City of Everett but here is a brief re-cap of the few incidents that occurred yesterday as provided by Aaron Snell at Everett Police…

-8:07p: Arrest of male for disorderly conduct. Male protester was kicked out of rally then arrested for continued conduct outside. Booked

-8:50p: Arrest of female for assault. Female protester has verbal argument escalate to assault. Booked.

-4:30p outside @ Rockefeller/Wall: Elderly male fell. Aid transported. Rumored to be an assault but wasn’t…
-5:09p outside @ Wetmore/Wall: Medical issue with CPR. Aid transported
-4x incidents inside: 3 medical, 1 possible assault. Aid transported

Civil Disturbance:
Report of 30 protesters trying to disrupt traffic. Group heads northbound on Broadway with minimal traffic issues. Bike unit shadows and group fizzles.

When you consider thousands of people wrapped around downtown streets for hours on end along with both organized and splinter protests in multiple locations it was quite a feat in crowd management. Everett Police made sure anyone who had a message to get out was able to accomplish that while keeping all parties safe.

Also a shout out to the City of Everett in providing a special web page updated with road closure and other important information about the event.

A great job by Everett Police and their public safety partners in Everett yesterday.

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