Edmonds Police Blotter, through March 13

As mentioned in this earlier story, employees and volunteers at Edmonds-based Holy Rosary School are among the victims of a database breach reported earlier this week by the Archdiocese of Seattle, resulting in numerous police reports filed in Edmonds during the past week. Other items of interest we spotted:

Several car prowls were reported on March 12, in the 20100 block of 81st Avenue West; on March 8, in the 21800 80th Avenue West, the 21900 of 82nd Place West and the 21900 block of 80th Avenue West and the 7600 block 220th Avenue Southwest.

March 12
22800 block 100th Avenue West — Numerous boxes of mackerel fish were dumped in an alley. The investigation is ongoing.

March 11
16000 block North Meadowdale Road — A woman assaults her mother at home. She was arrested and booked at Snohomish Count Jail.

March 8
9300 block 244th Street Southwest — Wife arrested for assault on husband

March 7
7400 block 212th Street Southwest — an adult male was found intoxicated lying in the bushes.

8400 244th Street Southwest: An adult male and female stayed in the restaurant for hours and left an outstanding bill for food and drinks at $30. Last seen walking northbound on highway 99 toward Shoreline.

March 3
18400 block Homeview Drive: Wife pulled husband’s hair during argument and was arrested.

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