By Allison Pascoe
Here’s the latest from the Edmonds Police Department files:
March 18, 21100 block of Summit Lane: Two bicycles are stolen out of an unsecured garage and another bicycle left at the scene.
March 20, 22100 block of 76th Avenue: Suspect operates a vehicle “with willful wanton disregard for the safety of person(s) or property,” striking his stepbrother with the vehicle as he attempts to flee.
March 25, 21600 block of 76th Avenue: Victim reports a broken driver’s window of her 2001 Honda Civic while parked in the employee parking lot at Swedish Hospital.
March 26, 21700 block of 80th Avenue: Several subjects are found fighting in the street outside of an Edmonds residence. The males are cited for disorderly conduct and a female is found to have a warrant.
March 31, 21600 block of 76th Avenue: Victim reported that her two right tires were slashed overnight while at work at Swedish Hospital.
April 1, 900 block of Puget Drive: At 6:33 p.m., a woman acting as a nanny is arrested for DUI and booked for reckless endangerment after being stopped with two small children in the car.
April 1, 200 block of Dayton Street: Report of a disturbance at the Washington State Ferry terminal results in the arrest of a DUI driver who was also in possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia.
April 2, 21100 block of Hwy 99: A heavily intoxicated male assaults another male by swinging a hammer at him. The suspect is booked into Snohomish County Jail.
My Edmonds News intern Allison Pascoe is a Marysville native who will graduate from the University of Washington this June with a degree in Communication and English. Allison’s free time is often spent with friends, playing tennis, soccer or waterskiing.