Edmonds Police Blotter

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A one-sided food fight, a car thief making his mark in two cities and — in the category of how low can a thief go — a purse stolen during Easter Sunday church service are among the highlights of recent Edmonds Police Department reports:

April 13

20700 block 76th Avenue West: At 8:18 p.m., a suspect in a vehicle theft in Lynnwood is pursued by Lynnwood police. The vehicle is left behind and the suspect steals another vehicle in Edmonds, where he is arrested by Edmonds police and booked into Snohomish County jail.

April 12

19500 block 82nd Place West: A woman reports that her roommate may have stolen her bank card and used it without her permission.

April 7

9400 block 244th Street Southwest: Two people argue after one of them calls the friend of the other one a name. The name caller then throws food at the victim, hitting her in the face, and she calls police at 2:38 a.m.

1200 block Coronado Place: Victim receives a call from a merchant in North Carolina regarding a suspicious attempted purchase that the merchant declined. Upon checking with the bank, victim discovers that unauthorized purchases have been made.

April 6

22800 100th Avenue West: A suspect steals four bottles of wine from a grocery store at 4:48 a.m.

April 4

20400 76th Avenue West: Victim reports her purse is stolen during Sunday Easter church service. The purse is later located across the street and was returned to its owner, minus a couple of credit cards, driver’s license and cash.

April 3

7400 block 212th Street Southwest: Police investigate a report of an intoxicated female refusing to leave her ex-boyfriend’s porch.

April 2

91 Main Street: Parks Department staff report a small arson fire in the restrooms at Brackett’s Landing.

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