Edmonds Police Blotter, Aug. 8-15
23600 block Highway 99: A woman was assaulted in front of Safeway by a man who threw a beverage on her. The suspect was not identified.
19900 block 83rd Place West: A victim reported people arriving to his party as he was in the process of passing out. They stole items from him and his girlfriend.
8000 block 234th Street Southwest: A welfare check was done on a subject who was not answering the door for their caregiver. The person was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia, after overdosing on heroin.
20900 block 70th Avenue West: A female at a residential treatment home was taken to the hospital by aid car after ingesting broken pieces of glass.
200 block 6th Avenue North: There was an animal cruelty complaint about the loud music from the Taste of Edmonds that was next to the pony rides.
21400 block 80th Avenue West: Two parents were in a custody dispute over visitation with their children. An investigation revealed that the father has been “threatening” the children and possibly “mentally abusing” them. The case report was forwarded to Child Protective Services.
22200 block Highway 99: 911 reported a man with a gun and then an argument in a room at Andy’s motel.
7900 block 212th Street Southwest: A mother and her son got into an argument. During the argument the son threatened the mother with two knives and the mother picked up a knife to protect herself. The son left the residence and was found the next day at a friend’s house by his mother.
22200 block Highway 99: A male was threatened with knife, assaulted with rock, then had his shoes stolen. The suspect was identified and arrested.
7200 block 212th Street Southwest: Two females were detained for shoplifting. One female falsely used her sister’s name to hide a felony warrant and the other had a warrant out of Everett.
1000 block Alder Street: An adult male assaulted his ex-girlfriend. He fled the scene prior to the police arriving on scene.
20900 block 70th Avenue West: Multiple vehicles were entered and tampered with inside a locked lot of a business. Some fuel as also stolen.
– Compiled by Lily Jaquith