Edmonds Police Blotter, Aug. 15-21
23600 block Highway 99: A cell phone was cut and stolen from a display at a T-Mobile store by an unidentified suspect.
22600 block 76th Avenue West: A man was arrested for several outstanding warrants during an investigation of suspicious circumstances.
22800 block 100th Avenue West: A woman trespassing was from QFC. One she was identified, she was found to have multiple warrants. She was booked into Snohomish County Jail.
100 block Railroad Avenue: A father assaulted his son. The son also cut the father with a knife.
8500 block 236th Street Southwest: An unknown neighbor turned over two UPS opened packages, one that had contained a ring bought off Overstock.com and another with a shirt from Ebay. When the mailman delivered the packages to the victim, they were empty. The victim never received the items.
900 block Walnut Street: Police received a report of campaign signs stolen from numerous Edmonds locations over the weekend. No suspect information was available.
8500 block 210th Place Southwest: A woman was followed from her Edmonds residence to the Lynnwood Police Department by an unknown man. He was later identified as a private investigator, hired to follow the woman.
22200 block Highway 99: A traffic stop leads to the arrest of a driver for multiple warrants as well as suspected methamphetamine. Charges are pending.
– Report complied by Lily Jaquith