KendallWatch Eyes & Ears Program
Popular TV shows like "America's Most Wanted" have chronicled the capture of wanted fugitives. The 1,197 fugitives profiled through the show and website have been captured.
A vast majority of fugitives were caught as a result of citizen tips.
The same holds true for local fugitives in Whatcom County. Public tips and confidential information have led to hundreds of arrests.
The Whatcom County Sheriff's Office routinely profiles wanted individuals on the Facebook page.
The KendallWatch Eyes and Ears program provides a valuable resource to the Whatcom County Sheriff's Office and the East County community. KendallWatch Eyes & Ears has profiled over a dozen individuals wanted for crimes against citizens of Whatcom County.
Citizen tips specifically from residents in the Kendall area directly led to the apprehension of a fugitive wanted for felony crimes commited in Idaho. The individual was living locally in the Kendall area.
Citizens calling in tips and information will send the message to criminals indicating the Kendall area is not a good hiding place.
Please encourage your family, friends and neighbors to call in tips.
* Calls can be completely confidential.
Together we can make Kendall a safer place. "See something, Say something!*
Recently several citizens have asked what the process is for reporting properties in violation of the Whatcom County Health Code.
The Whatcom County Codes can be found at:
The codes specifically addressing Solid waste is Title 8 and Title 24. “Solid waste” means: All putrescible and nonputrescible solid and semisolid wastes, including, but not limited to, biomedical waste, garbage, rubbish, ashes, industrial wastes, swill, sewage sludge, demolition and construction wastes, abandoned vehicles or parts thereof, contaminated soils and contaminated dredged material, and recyclable materials.
Solid waste stored on the ground accessible by animals is ...
The weather is heating up and the daylight hours are longer. With warm weather and sun comes gatherings, parties, and increased noise. The Whatcom County Council adopted a noise ordinance to provide guidelines for loud or unusual noise. The ordinance is broken down into two sections in Chapter 9.40: http://www.codepublishing.com/wa/whatcomcounty/
9.40.010 Keeping of a disorderly house prohibited.
It shall be unlawful for any person who owns, leases, operates or is otherwise in control of any premises to wilfully make or continue, or cause to be made or continued, any loud or unusual ...