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Explosion Rocks Neighborhood Near Eisenhower Middle School In South Everett

January 3, 2021

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Just after 2:30 AM Sunday, Snohomish 911 received multiple calls of an explosion in the area near Eisenhower Middle School in south Everett off 100th SE and 25th SE. A loud flash and boom were reported along with homes shaking. Officers from the Everett Police Department responded to the area but were unable to find […]

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Bad Decisions Abound As Driver Leaves Unlocked Car Running With Rifle In Back Seat

January 1, 2021

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A reminder that while it is tempting to leave your unlocked vehicle running while you dash into the store for “just a snack” that is a bad decision. Also leaving your rifle in plain view in the back seat, another bad decision. Stealing a running vehicle with a rifle in the back seat when you […]

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Everett Police Officers And Families Deliver Christmas Meals To Seniors

December 25, 2020

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Because of COVID-19 the annual Holiday Dinner for Seniors put on by the Everett Police Officers Association was unable to be held this year. That didn’t stop members of the EPOA and their families from finding a way to bring Holiday joy to 100 folks yesterday. Funds raised by members of the Everett Police Officers […]

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Icy Conditions On I-5 In Everett Result In Multiple Crashes, 1 Fatality

December 24, 2020

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Editor’s Update 1:20 PM: The Washington State Patrol issued a memo that the crash on the Snohomish River Bridge involved 4 cars. The driver of one of those vehicles died. He was a 30-year-old man from Everett and was not wearing a seat belt. Here is their summary. VEHICLES ONE THROUGH FOUR WERE NORTHBOUND ON […]

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Complaints Lead Everett Police And City Hall To Clarify Employee Social Media Policy

December 23, 2020

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Editor’s Note: The following story contains links to investigative reports that include examples of content posted on social media accounts that some readers may find objectionable. They are included in order to present the story as it was reviewed by the City of Everett. Redactions to the reports are from the City of Everett. There […]

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Woman Dies After Being Struck By Train Sunday Night In Everett

December 21, 2020

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Not a lot of information available yet as both officers from the Everett Police Department and BNSF look into the circumstances that led to a woman being hit by a train on the tracks east of I-5 near Riverfront Boulevard. The incident was reported a little after 9 PM by BNSF employees. Officers from Everett […]

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