At N. Sunrise Boulevard, a man in his early 50s with long gray hair, wearing a green T-shirt and black shorts, was pounding on doors and walking through the buildings.
A Shannaron Lane caller reported their gun, a Glock 23, was missing.
An illegal burn was reported on Madrona Beach Road.
A 5-foot, lime green kayak was seen 2 miles from shore.
A Maple Grove Road resident reported that someone cut a tree on their property.
A Chihuahua was attacked by a pit bull at Aspen Drive.
A caller on Sauk Drive said neighbors let dogs out intentionally to bark at them.
A caller on N. Sunset Drive reported a bonfire by the beach.
A campfire was reported at a house on Iverson Road.
Glacier Peak Drive caller requested a call regarding online fraud.
Near Chase Way and Saratoga Hills Drive, someone dumped an old desk and two suitcases at the entrance of a housing area.
A Lowell Point Road caller reported a campfire.
A caller on E. Mountain View Road thought someone was trying to break in. They heard pounding against the residence.
A Journey's End Lane caller said three kids with pellet guns are shooting onto caller’s property.
A caller on Simonson Place said people at Cavalero Park were lighting fireworks.
A peacock was roaming at the end of Island View Drive.
A Swiss Alps Loop caller found mail on the ground while out on walk.
A caller on Country Club Drive found a bunch of mail in a waste bin.
A hiker on a trail near Cavalero Road and Orcas Drive found more than 70 pieces of mail.
A caller on Bella Vista Lane reported two mailboxes had been broken into.
A Bartl Drive caller found mail.
The owner of an electric bike on Arrowhead Road reported it was stolen.
A caller reported two cars racing down S. West Camano Drive.
A driver crashed into a gas station at N. East Camano Drive.
A walker on Highland Drive reported that a loose pit bull barked and charged at them.
N. Sunset Drive caller reported possible online fraud.