The latest from the Edmonds Police Blotter

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By Allison Pascoe

Reports from the Edmonds Police Department through May 22:

May 7, 21600 block of 80th and 81st Avenue West: Unknown suspect(s) unlawfully entered unoccupied vehicles and a residence, stealing various items from one of the vehicles and the home. A gray pea coat was left in the vehicle.

May 9:

800 block of Caspers Street: Office of a church was burglarized.

21900 block of Highway 99: Unconscious female found in a grocery store restroom overdosing on heroin. A search revealed she was in possession of heroin and she was later booked into the Snohomish County Jail.

18500 block of 73rd Avenue West: Police received a report of a road rage incident and brandishing of a firearm.

19900 block of 89th Place West: A resident complained of a neighbor cutting grass on her property.

May 10, 9900 block of Edmonds Way: Gas station reports a customer who leaves in a vehicle without paying for goods and services. Customer returns later and pays after calls are made.

May 14, 20900 block of 76th Avenue West: Husband is arrested after placing his wife in fear of being shot.

May 15:

21300 block of 76th Avenue West: A bag of syringes is found in backyard.

7900 block of 216th Street Southwest: A juvenile female admitted to smoking her father’s marijuana and as a result she felt that she was experiencing a medical emergency. A complaint of a racing heart was expressed and she was taken to Swedish Hospital.

May 16:

8000 block of 234th Street Southwest: Man reports seeing his ex-girlfriend “key” his car and causing over $2,000 in damage.

9500 block of Edmonds Way: At 8:30 a.m., a vacant property was entered through a window. At 9:46 am, a vacant house was entered.

May 17, 9100 block of 240th Street Southwest: At 4:47 pm, an adult male arrested on two counts of assault against a current roommate and a former roommate.

May 18, 9000 block of 220th Street Southwest: Man calls 911, falsely reporting a man with a gun in order to avoid being arrested for a warrant. Suspect arrested for false reporting; consent search in vehicle resulted in discovery of suspected methamphetamine in a glass pipe under the suspect’s seat. Suspect booked at the Snohomish County Jail.

May 19:

1300 block of Olympic Avenue: Complainant reported 91 missing DVDs and CDs from her deceased father’s residence.

20900 block of 76th Avenue West: Victim reported having two BMX bikes stolen.

May 21, 600 block of Edmonds Way: Traffic stop leads to DUI arrest after police received a 911 call reporting an intoxicated driver on the ferry.

May 22, 23600 block of Highway 99: Citizen found a concealed weapons badge and black flip wallet. Items turned in to Edmonds Police Department.

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.

 

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