Edmonds Police Blotter, Dec. 19-29

Dec. 19

100 block Sunset Avenue: A man was punched at a local bar. He did not want to pursue charges.

Dec. 21

16100 block 75th Place West: A man was arrested for DUI and hit and run after leaving the scene of a collision.

21900 block Highway 99: Several men got into a fistfight inside a local bar.

Dec. 25

71 Main Street: Washington State Ferry employees reported a possible DUI driver on the ferry. The driver was located and taken into custody.

Dec. 26

7700 block 193rd Place Southwest: A daughter was arrested for assaulting her mother.

8500 block Bowdoin Way: Eleven silver forks were reported stolen from an antique silverware set. The forks were valued at $149 each.

22400 block Highway 99: An auto sales business reported that two suspects wrote three bank checks totallying $1,600 as a deposit for a vehicle they purchased, and the checks were returned NSF. The whereabouts of suspects and vehicle are unknown.

Dec. 27

23600 block Highway 99: A suspect shoplifted from Safeway then ran from security.

21200 block Highway 99: Four rims and tires stolen off a white Mercedes Benz parked for sale at a car lot during the night. A jack not belonging to the business was left under the car along with a wood block and rocks used to lift the car for removal of tires.

8700 block 242nd Street Southwest: Collector trading cars valued at $2,592 were stolen from a detached garage, with entry likely by an unlocked side garage door.

Dec. 29

20900 block 76th Avenue West: A juvenile male was arrested for assaulting his father.

23600 block Highway 99: A man was arrested and booked into Snohomish County Jail after assaulting a loss prevention officer while shoplifting.

23800 Highway 99: A woman was arrested on an outstanding warrant and while being searched officers found drug paraphernalia. The suspect then slipped out of her handcuffs and fled on foot, resulting in a short foot pursuit prior to her arrest. She was transported to Lynnwood for booking on the warrant.


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