Marysville Arrests and Warrants

Lookup Arrest Reports, Warrants and Jail Inmates in the City of Marysville, Washington. Results Include: Arrests, Charges, Mugshot, Type of Crime, Inmate, Warrant Number, Bond Amount, Public Records.

Marysville Police Department

Being the second largest city in Snohomish County, Marysville Police Department is situated at 1635 Grove Street, Marysville WA 98270 and led by Police Chief Rick Smith.  With a population of over 63,000 and counting, people entrust the city in the hands of an organized police department.  The department has divisions that keep it running efficiently; Administrative Division, Operations Division, and Support Division.  

The Administrative Division handles the security of evidence and property, has the records unit open 24/7, and recognizes crime patterns through analysis and trends.  This division also handles those seeking public records and the requests will be attended to if they have the proper forms and documents.  The Operations Division has the major action because it includes the patrol officers, K-9 unit, School Resource Officers, SWAT team, and investigation team.  This division sends out its best for any kind of emergency or alarm in the area.  The Support Division provides essential backup and helps maintain different facilities, such as the Marysville Municipal Jail (57-bed jail) and the Investigations Unit by putting the department forensics detective to work on computers.

Jails in the area include the Marysville Municipal Jail which is more of a local presence and situated at Marysville Detention Center; the address is 1635 Grove Street, Marysville, WA 98270 with a phone number being 360-363-8303.  This jail also has the capability to have Snohomish County Jail inmates and Snohomish County Jail is located at 3025 Oakes Ave., Everett, WA 98201 and their phone number is 425-388-3395.

The crime statistics mainly show disturbances in the peace and thefts in the area, yet there also an urban influence that presents drug violations as well.  VINELink is an online platform that allows victims to view updated reports of people in jail and their current status.  These features allow for constant information and victims can be prepared for they have to face.  

For the Marysville Police Department, their website encourages people to call 911 for emergencies and non-emergencies.  Certain cold cases are also posted on the department website and the public is requested to contact specific detectives if they have any details on the missing person’s whereabouts.  The police website has several links for the identification of suspects and victims that is necessary for helping find the person.  Such links help the entire department move efficiently and with more effectiveness when they have tips and details coming in.  

Thursday, February 21st, 2019 at 12:16pm
These gentlemen were located & detained within 2 minutes of police being called.

Someone's surveillance cameras just paid for themselves.

https://t.co/zP4vdzH1aj
Tuesday, February 19th, 2019 at 7:45pm
@MaxDPD Likewise! Welcome aboard and watch your six down there.
Sunday, February 17th, 2019 at 7:06pm
The pedestrian in last night’s hit & run on 64th Street NE has passed away. This tragedy is now being investigated as a vehicular homicide. If you have any information, please call (425) 407-3999 & ask to speak with an officer. Our hearts go out to the victim’s friends & family.
Saturday, February 16th, 2019 at 10:47pm
At 7:40 PM, a 24-year old man was struck while crossing 64th St NE near 58th Dr NE by a “dark SUV.” Driver fled the scene & hasn’t been located.

Victim hospitalized with life-threatening injuries but is reportedly stable at this time.

Please contact MPD if you have any info.
Monday, February 11th, 2019 at 8:31am
We’ve had a couple cars stolen this morning. Running and unattended.

Just a bad idea, folks.
Saturday, February 9th, 2019 at 2:20pm
Interesting twist related to this post: Msvl Street Dept wants to take advantage of the break in the weather to plow and prep 84th St, but there are too many sledders & tubers using the roadway as their personal playground. Help us help you, please cooperate with the Street Dept. https://t.co/TwFu1XcVI4
Saturday, February 9th, 2019 at 4:03am
@onetire1 Please call the Non-Emergency number when this is occurring. Off Road Vehicles are not allowed on city streets unless properly licensed for street use. We will prioritize our response and determine if we can access your neighborhood safely given the snowy and icy conditions. https://t.co/QenAVmUiES
Friday, February 8th, 2019 at 12:45pm
We get it, playing in the snow is fun. But sledding & tubing on or near roadways can be dangerous. Stay away from streets. Have fun, but let's all be SAFE. https://t.co/Y2qYSk7Qb1
Thursday, February 7th, 2019 at 6:08pm
Since everyone is loving the snow, someone kindly ordered more for tomorrow, Saturday, & possibly Monday. But wait—there’s more! As an added bonus, we also expect wind gusts near 45 MPH & temps below freezing through Monday. Plan accordingly & stay safe! https://t.co/F2CLeKDq7i https://t.co/4kfhVW0Ire