Dec 28 2021

Crime stats for Shilshole Bay Marina 12/06/21-12/27/21

Published by at 10:41 am under Liveaboard Topics

Crime stats for Shilshole Bay Marina as reported by Port of Seattle Police Officer Shin via the Monday night VMan Net.

12/06/21-12/27/21
50 Area checks*
60 total calls
12/07- Suspicious vehicle near U dock. Left area
12/11-Suspicious subject- Left voluntarily
12/13- Outside agency assist for vessel taking on water on E dock.
12/14- Person in emotional distress. Female. Left on her own.
12/14- Person in emotional distress. Male. Located near restroom, asked for transport to hospital.
12/15- Agitated transient male. Found sleeping on bench. Eventually packed up and left.
12/18- Commercial burglary attempt at North storage yard. Hole was cut in fence.
12/21-Car prowl: a vehicle was broken into (unknown exact location), the vehicle was damaged and items were stolen out of their vehicle.
12/xx- Citizen assist: originally, an owner of a vessel needed help docking their boat. However, before PD arrived they were able to dock their vessel without assistance.
12/xx- Suicidal subject: a suicidal subject called PD stating they were depressed due to being alone on the holidays. The subject was transported to Swedish Hospital for a mental health evaluation without incident.
12/xx=Exact date unknown

Also worth mentioning is that a boat on F-dock was hit by a projectile late at night on the first weekend of December. The projectile was confirmed bye Port of Seattle Police to be a 9mm bullet which came from the direction of Golden Gardens. No one was injured but there was some property damage.

Officer Shin once again mentioned that with the upcoming holiday season we should all keep our eyes open and refrain from leaving packages in our cars. Historically the holidays tend to bring an increase in activity.

*Area checks are when officers self dispatch to an area to make sure nothing is going on and provide a presence.
Be sure to join in the VMan net on Monday nights at 8pm VHF channel 71. The Port of Seattle Police are once again participating in the net and willing to answer questions. Tenants are encouraged to stay vigilant & report ANY suspicious activity to the Port of Seattle Police.

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