Among the police reports pulled from the Edmonds Police Department files for the past week:
Saturday, Oct. 31:
-Checks were stolen from a mailbox in the 7900 block of 207th Place Southwest. Four of the checks were found forged in other jurisdictions.
-Two people were arrested at an underage drinking party in the 24200 block of Firdale Avenue, and booked into the Snohomish County Jail. Two others were cited for minor in possession.
-Jewelry was stolen during a residential burglary in the 8600 block of 204th Street Southwest.
Sunday, Nov. 1: A man in the 24000 block of 81st Avenue West reported that his car tire was flattened by his current girlfriend’s ex-boyfriend.
Monday, Nov. 2: A man was arrested in the parking lot of a store in the 8100 block of 238th Street Southwest for the intent to deliver drugs.
Tuesday, Nov. 3:
-A Pomeranian mix dog aggressively approached and attacked a leashed dog in the 15800 block of 75th Place West, causing injuries.
-A women reported that her medications were stolen from her purse at an Edmonds school in the 22900 block of 106th Avenue West.
– An unknown suspect stole several guns from a gun safe in the 8600 block of 204th Street Southwest.
Wednesday, Nov. 4:
-Medications were reported stolen after a delivery driver left them on the porch in the 22900 block of 106th Avenue West.
-An Edmonds K-9 unit was dispatched to the 4600 block of 241st Street Southwest in Mountlake Terrace, where three suspects were tracked and captured in the woods. All three were booked into jail for felony theft.