Edmonds police blotter, Oct. 12-23
21500 block Highway 99: A suspected shoplifter was arrested on an outstanding Marysville warrant
547 Dayton Street: An employee at a behavioral health facility reported a stalking patient.
18000 block Olympic View Drive: A 17-year-old, with no history of running away, left his parents’ residence and took their vehicle. Oct. 16
21000 block Highway 99: A male was arrested for shoplifting at Value Village. He did not have any identification and later admitted he was not in the U.S. legally.
16000 block 68 Avenue West: A subject reported being harassed by a childhood acquaintance regarding the phone.
8000 block 220 Street Southwest: A juvenile received minor injuries and was taken to the hospital when he resisted arrest for a suspected “minor in possession.” Later, his father was arrested on an outstanding warrant when he showed up to the hospital to see his son.
22000 block 76th Avenue West: A juvenile, last seen at her guardian’s residence, was reported as a runaway.
21900 block Highway 99: An 18-year-old male was caught shoplifting alcohol at Top Foods.
20000 block 72 Avenue: A driver was reported as making unsafe maneuvers on the road and the police arrested the subject for driving with a suspended license 2nd degree.
300 block 12th Place North: A male reported that his vehicle was stolen from his driveway.
201 5th Avenue South: A hardware store was burglarized.
8600 block 196th St. Southwest: A resident claimed that jewelry was stolen from a locked safe.
22800 100th Avenue West: Juveniles were detained for shoplifting. One assumed his brother’s identity when questioned by a store employee and police.
22300 block 100th Avenue West: After two people were reported as “suspicious” lingering behind Bartell Drugs, they were found in possession of marijuana and a glass bong.
1200 block Olympic Avenue: An unknown suspect stole money from a school’s main office.
8100 block 242 Street Southwest: An unknown person tried to break into a residence by smashing a side window of the entrance door. Two suspects left the scene before the police arrived, but a neighbor spotted a suspicious vehicle departing the scene
– Compiled by Marika Price