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Among the disturbing, daring and odd reports pulled from the Edmonds Police Department files in the past week:

Dec. 23:

-An Edmonds nursing home reported that an elderly patient with health problems was missing after he left with his girlfriend.

-22500 block of Highway: Unknown juveniles stole beer from a business.

-600 block of Pine Street: The left tires on two vehicles were reported slashed while parked at a residence.

Dec. 22:

-The Edmonds K-9 unit was called to assist Snohomish County Sheriffs with two out-of-area crimes in the early morning hours: At 3 a.m., the unit tracked and captured an assault suspect in a heavily wooded of unincorporated Bothell following a party. And at 5:40 a.m., the unit found a suspect who had fled on foot following a dentist office burglary.

-1200 block of 12th Avenue North: A wife told police she was worried that her husband would act violently when he discovered that she opened a new bank account and the money that he is expecting to appear in their joint bank account doesn’t show up. The husband is reported to have mental problems, claiming to have 10 rifles and making threats to his wife that he would kill police if they tried to take his guns away.

-20800 block of Hillcrest Place: A woman called to report that she found a GPS tracking device in the engine compartment of her vehicle. She suspects it was placed there by her ex-boyfriend.

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