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arch 1, 2000 20O0 age 46 to 18, with faces forced home of a 38- in the 20100 block NE on Super Bowl arrived at 6:54 Was crying and aCCording to the that she had r when one of the door was then grasp and she against the wash- '. first teen put his and told her 16-year- reported that the Went into her and took a speaker safe. The t. Police and a Sheriff's Office Was made of the located. tire print in an that appeared a high rate of tire print and Police officers Who provided believed After looking 1, he provided a erns including a Sys- Speaker box with fire safe that con- ~old chain and a of a car CD and CDs. The $3,000. investi- a report of a Over the past ck of 60th boy assaulted a :44 P.m. in the Street. Both the matter old girl reported was dri- a.m. in the Avenue. a verbal block of N. '~. After investi- that no tePrted that their INANCE that on the ncil of the of the City Por- ~nsen Farm five days is avail- and will be 2000 Fnday, was Odelers Plan- vehicle, which had been parked in their driveway in the 200 block of N. Washington Avenue, was stolen while they were at work during the day. Officers had no suspects. A 13-year-old boy was arrest- ed for sexual assault at 9:19 a.m. in the 1200 block of E. Fifth Street. The case is being referred to juve- nile court. Sat., Feb. 5, 2000 A 15-year-old girl was arrest- ed for drinking alcohol at ]2:18 a.m. in the 100 block of N. Olympic Avenue. She was released to her mother pending charges. A man threatened the owner and employees of a business in the 300 block of N. Olympic Avenue at 10:30 p.m. before fleeing the area. Officers responded to a report at 9:46 p.m. in the 100 block of E. Highland Drive that a family argu- ment had turned physical. The par- ties were separated for the night and the at-fault juvenile is being referred for charges. A burglary complaint was taken at 7:53 p.m. in the 7900 block of 200th Street NE. Nothing was taken or damaged in the inci- dent. An 18-year-old man was arrested for an outstanding war- rant at 7:50 p.m. in the 100 block of E. Highland. A vehicle was reported stolen from the 500 block of N. West Avenue at 8:33 p.m. The vehicle was later recovered by another agency. Sun., Feb. 6, 2000 An 87-year-old woman in the 100 block of W. Marion Street reported at 11:26 p.m. that an unidentified male rang her doorbell multiple times. After investigation, officers determined that this may be related to a boy who exposed himself to a neighbor two weeks before. The owner of a camper in a back yard in the 200 block of N. Lenore Avenue reported that it had been broken into overnight and some items were missing. A 21-year-old man was arrest- ed for two outstanding warrants at 5:03 p.m. in the 20600 block of 64th drive NE. Mon., Feb. 7, 2000 A driver's license was found at 7:07 a.m. in the 7600 block of 204th Street NE. It was turned in to the Arlington Police Department. Thurs., Feb. 10, 2000 A vehicle was stolen from E. Third Street and N. Olympic Avenue at 2:40 p.m. The vehicle was later recovered. 3/19/00. Persons submitting written com- ments will become a PARTY OF RECORD and will be notified by mail of future development actions regarding this project. (Note: Additional comment periods will be available when the threshold determination is made.) CALL FOR MORE INFORMATION by contacting the Case Planner/Project Manager, Scott White, 425-388-3111, ext. 2041, Monday through Friday, 8:00 to 5:00 p.m. REQUIRED PERMITS AND OR STUDIES: Model Hobby Park Permit EXISTING ENVIRONMENTAL DOCUMENTS: SEPA Environmental Checklist. This notice when published in a local weekly newspaper, is a supplemental notice. All comments and timelines will commence as specified in the notice pub- lished in the official county newspaper. Published: March 1,2000 The following information is recorded at the Arlington Municipal Airport by Arlington Public Works staff Date Temperature Rain Hi Low Feb. 7 60 38 .35 Feb. 8 50 38 .32 Feb. 9 54 24 .00 Feb. 10 50 24 .00 Feb. 11 43 29 T Feb. 12 46 26 .08 Feb. 13 54 27 .03 Feb. 14 46 32 .32 Feb. 15 44 26 T Feb. 16 52 22 .00 Feb. 17 51 22 .00 Feb. 18 53 22 .00 Feb. 19 63 23 .00 Feb, 20 61 25 .23 Feb. 21 50 40 .39 Feb. 22 53 37 .18 Feb. 23 54 37 T Feb. 24 52 30 T Feb. 25 50 32 .07 Feb. 26 53 37 .24 Feb. 27 55 40 .02 The Arlington Times o:* A11 I Meeting set for Thursday evening at English Crossing Special to The Arlington Times .......... LAKEWOOD -- The Snohomish County Sher- iff's Office is holding a community meeting Thursday at English Crossing Elementary School to discuss issues concerning a Level III sex offender who has moved into the 16400 block of Forty Five Road NE in the Lakewood area. Donnie Gene Jackson, 34, pleaded guilty to the third degree rape of a 15-year-old girl on Sept. 18, 1987, and was given one year in jail and one year of community supervision. In 1993, Jackson was found guilty of communicat- ing with a minor for immoral purposes, a gross misdemeanor. The victim in that case was a 13- year-old girl. On April 1, 1997, Jackson pleaded guilty to another third degree rape and was given a term of 34 months. The victim in that case also was a teenage girl, according to Sher- iff's Office spokeswoman Jan Jorgensen. The Community Protection Act of 1990 and several other laws passed by the state and fed- eral government since then require sex offend- ers to register with the sheriff's office after being released from jail. The law also allows the community to be notified when these sex offenders move into a neighborhood if they are believed to be at a medium or high risk to re- offend. Sex offenders who are being released from jail are assigned one of three levels signifying the risk of re-offense. The public notification process varies with each level. Level I offenders have the lowest likelihood for re-offense. Often the victim of their crime is a relative. Local law enforcement officers are notified when the sex offender moves to an area, but that is as far as the information goes without further cause. Level II offenders are believed to be at a moderate risk for re-offending. They also might have known their victim or victims They have additional risk factors, such as not having com- pleted treatment. In addition to law enforce- ment agencies being notified when they find a place to live, schools, neighbors and neighbor- hood groups are informed. A neighborhood meeting is called, providing information about the crime, the offender's treatment, parole restrictions and a photograph. Level III offenders are believed to be the most likely to re-offend. When they move into a neighborhood, all the notification steps out- lined for Level l! offenders are put into place and press releases are sent to newspapers and other media. Jackson, the subject of Thursday's meeting, is listed as a Level II1 sex offender. Law enforcement officers have no control over where sex offenders live, though some offenders have restrictions placed on them by the court when they are released from prison. Those restrictions might include limiting where the person can work and even walk. Parents and interested citizens who would like more information about Jackson or the sex offender laws are encouraged to attend the meeting, which is set for 7 to 8:30 p.m. Thurs., March 2 at the English Crossing Elementary School, 16728 16th Drive NE, Lakewood. by Kay Brooks The Arlington Times NORTH SNOHOMISH COUNTY -- Snohomish County Sheriff's Office Explorers will be gathering canned food donations and collect- ing donations for the Pennies for Puppies campaign throughout north Snohomish County in March. On March 4 and again March 11 Explorers will be out in full-force in Arlington collecting canned food for local food banks and spare change for the Pennies for Puppies campaign. The Explorers will be sponsor- ing the same door-to-door cam- paign March 9 in Darrington. The goal is to collect as much canned food possible and try to collect $39,000 in donations. It takes approximately $39,000 to buy and train a police dog for the Sheriff's Office K-9 Unit. The Explorer program is aimed at youth 14-20 years of age who are interested in law enforcement as a career. For information on the Explorer program or more information for the food drive and Pennies for Puppies campaign call the Sno- homish County Sheriff's Office North Precinct at 360.659:7609. / / / / t / / , i / GET FREE Now you can get everyone in your family a wireless phone, and get a cheaper rate in the process. Here's how the FamilyNet Share Plan-works: just choose a GTE HomeChoice'plan and add family members for just SlOper line. Then you can share from the same pool of wireless minutes. That way, everyone gets their own phone and there's always plenty of minutes to go around. As always, this offer is also available to existing G TE Wireless customers. 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