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SPORTS: Marysville Getchell beats Everett. Page 10
MARYSVILLE — More than 60 bicycles, two motorcycles, several firearms and an unspecified amount of narcotics were found at a residence in the 5200 block of 81st Place NE, through an investigation by members of the Marysville Police Department’s N.I.T.E. Team, which Marysville Police Cmdr. Wendy Wade described as the definition of swift response. “We received the first complaints from area residents by email on Wednesday, April 2,” Wade said. “On Thursday, April 3, our officers went out to make contact with the occupants of the residence, and they observed what were later identified as two stolen motorcycles in the front yard.” During that same contact, one of the officers also spotted a bicycle matching the description of a unique and expensive Olympic-style racing bicycle, worth more than $7,000, that had been stolen a couple of weeks prior in a residential burglary in Marysville. When officers obtained a search warrant for the residence later that day, they not only recovered those two motorcycles and the bicycle, but also found an additional 61 bicycles during a search of the backyard SEE POLICE, PAGE 2
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Marysville Police Officer Bill Belleme surveys the more than 60 bicycles that were recovered through a stolen property warrant on April 3.
SPORTS: Lakewood falls to Archbishop Murphy. Page 10
Crews continue work at Oso mudslide
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Rick LaHusen, of the U.S. Geological Survey, explains how mechanical ‘spiders’ are monitoring the site of the Oso slide for further shifting of land.
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OSO — Another week of steady incremental progress in recovery work at the site of the Oso mudslide was highlighted by President Barack Obama confirming reports from Gov. Jay Inslee, U.S. Rep. Suzan DelBene and
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U.S. senators Patty Murray and Maria Cantwell that he will visit the scene of the mudslide on April 22. On April 8, the White House issued the following statement: “On Tuesday, April 22, President Obama will travel to Oso, Washington, to view the devastation from the recent mudslide and meet with the families affected by this disaster, as well as first responders and recovery workers. Further details about the President’s
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