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On Sept. 11, Ferndale Police requested assistance from the Bellingham hazardous Devices Unit in removing and disposing of a possible hand grenade and military ordnance.

On Sept. 12, the Bellingham Police HDU took custody of more potentially hazardous materials.

On Sept. 12, Bellingham Police responded to a threat of yet another bomb-like object at Whatcom Community College. The threat was reportedly called in by an alleged former student. Police did walk-throughs of several buildings but found nothing out of the ordinary. “It may have been a prank telephone call,” police speculated.

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On Sep. 14, a 6-year old told his mother that he’d been beaten up by five 8-year-olds at his school in Bellingham, police reported.

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On Aug. 18, at 7:30pm, a Bellingham Police officer took a report of a loud beer garden at a new local brewery in Sunnyland neighborhood. 

On Aug. 25, at 4:30pm, Bellingham Police responded to a complaint about parking at the new brewery in Sunnyland.

On Aug. 25, at 8:30pm Bellingham Police noted parking problems at the new brewery in Sunnyland.

On Aug. 27, at 7pm, Bellingham Police responded to a complaint about parking at the new brewery.

On Sept. 3, at 6:30pm, Bellingham Police responded to a complaint about parking at the new brewery.

On Sept. 5, at 7:30pm, Bellingham Police responded to a complaint about parking at the new brewery.

On Sept. 7, at 2:30pm, Bellingham Police responded to a complaint about parking at the new brewery.

On Sept. 7, at 8:15pm, Bellingham Police responded to another complaint about parking at the new brewery.

On Sept. 12, at 6:30pm, Bellingham Police responded to a complaint about parking at the new brewery.

On Sept. 13, at 7pm, Bellingham Police responded to a complaint of a parking problem at the new brewery.

On Sept. 14, at 6:15pm, Bellingham Police responded to a parking problem at the new brewery.

On Sept. 15, at 4:20pm, Bellingham Police responded to a parking problem at the new brewery.

On Sept. 15, at 5:45pm, Bellingham Police responded to another complaint of a parking problem at the new brewery.

On Sept. 16, at 4:15pm, Bellingham Police responded to a complaint about parking problems at the new brewery.

Call and response

On Sept. 15, a frequent caller to 911 dispatch called 911 and screamed incoherently. “All was well,” Bellingham Police commented. 

On Sept. 10, a man told Bellingham Police that he believed he saw a woman abducted. “No evidence was found to support this,” police reported

On Sept. 10, a Bellingham man told his housing case manager that he wanted to hang himself and that he would fight anyone who came to his door. “Officers were not able to reach the man by phone,” police noted.

On Sept. 8, a woman contacted Bellingham Police and told them a creature had just crawled through the hatch of her bathroom and that she had armed herself with a handgun. She had a mental problem, police reported.

On Sept. 8, a parent on the Southside reported her son was breaking things in his room. “No crime,” Bellingham Police shrugged.

On Sept. 4, a man complained his neighbor was playing loud music in an effort to annoy him. The choice of music was annoying, Bellingham Police agreed.

On Sept. 16, a drunk was crashing around at 5am in an apartment believing he was in his own apartment. “He was not,” Bellingham Police reported.

Alien skies

On Sept. 9, a skywatcher in Van Zandt observed two very bright lights hovering about 50 to 100 feet over Stewart Mountain. “I yelled at to others to look,” he said, “but then they went out.”

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