Edmonds Police Blotter, Feb. 4-12
In honor of Valentine’s Day, we noticed that Edmonds police received some less-than-loving police calls during the past week. In fact, they were called to the same home in the 8200 block of Lake Ballinger Way three times in four days — Feb. 9, 11 and 12 — for verbal arguments between a husband and wife.
Also on the unhappy-in-love list:
Feb. 12, 7900 block 236th Street Southwest: Verbal domestic between male and female.
Feb. 9, 7800 block 182nd Place Southwest: Argument between male and female.
Feb. 7 20900 block 83rd Avenue West: Verbal disturbance between husband and wife.
Feb. 7 8200 block Sierra Drive: Argument between male and female.
Here are more highlights:
1000 block Walnut: A father called police to report he was concerned over his son’s threatening text messages and recent check forging.
8600 block 216th Street Southwest: An unknown suspect threw a rock and shattered the front windshield of an unoccupied parked vehicle.
21000 block 83rd Avenue West: An adult male fell down while intoxicated and could not get up on his own.
600 block 5th Avenue South: A vehicle was hit with eggs while parked overnight.
22500 block 76th Avenue West: A man reports that his stolen drivers license was used to rent a storage unit in Edmonds.
19800 block 80th Avenue West: A woman reports her residence was burglarized and her laptop stolen.
23400 block 97th Place West: An man reported his business partner is stealing money from the business.
1000 block Puget Drive: Two white males arrive at Olympic View Deli in a white mid-size four-door passenger car. The car backs up to the front of the store, and the driver exits the car, leaving the car door open. The front-seat passenger then moves over the driver’s seat. The driver grabs three packs of cigarettes, runs to the car and leaves as the front-seat passenger.