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Police Blotter, November 15 - 20, 2014

A shipyard worker who said she was late for work was stopped for speeding on R Ave., and didn’t get to work because she was cited for speeding, driving with a suspended license, and probation violation.

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  • Vanessa Rangel (front) plants a grouping of native plants along the shore of Thomas Creek during a Skagit Fisheries Enhancement Group work party at Jim Kintzele’s property on Saturday, Nov. 15, in Sed

  • MOUNT VERNON — A Burlington woman was sentenced to 14 months in prison after she pleaded guilty Thursday to one count of third-degree child rape.

  • ANACORTES — Each week a group of volunteers collects beach samples from the Fidalgo Bay shoreline. The goal is to help the state identify when and where surf smelt spawning is successful along the rim

  • MOUNT VERNON — A 56-year-old Mount Vernon man has pleaded guilty to crimes stemming from his arrest in an undercover investigation that targeted online child-sex predators.

  • Blue-green algae was found in water samples from Deception Pass State Park’s Pass Lake this week. The Skagit County Health Department announced the algae presence Friday, and warning signs have been p

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